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Narre Warren Veterinary Clinic
459 Princes Hwy,
Narre Warren VIC 3805
July Edition

Dental Months: July & August 2020

Skin Disease in Your Pets: September 2020 

All Things Behaviour: November 2020

Annual Christmas Sale: Date TBC



Levi presented to the NWVC last week when her family noticed a facial swelling just below her eye - can you guess the "root" of the problem?! 

An astounding 80% of cats and dogs over the age of three suffer from dental disease. Unlike us, your pet can't speak up if they have an achy mouth, so it is up to you to ensure your pet is not suffering from dental disease. Don't wait until your pet's teeth are bad enough to stop them from eating, take steps now with our exclusive dental offer.
From July 1st to August 31st we are offering these delectable dental deals! Book now to ensure you do not miss out!
  • 20% off dental procedures
  • 10% off over the counter dental products 
  • Free dental checks with a nurse
  • Hills T/D (dental diet) vouchers

1. Feed your pet a balanced, vet approved diet that consists of all the types of food your pet would forage for in the wild. Think chewy, tough and perfect for tearing apart with strong teeth. Ask us about our Hills T/D discount vouchers!

2. Flip their lip! Lift your pet's lip up regularly to check for any yellowness of teeth, bad breath or redness of gums. These are signs to be very wary of and could signify dental disease. 

3. Brushing of the teeth. Although it sounds a little odd, daily toothbrushing is the best way to help prevent your pet from dangerous dental conditions. Make sure you ask us for advice on the best teeth-cleaning products for your pet, as regular human toothpaste is toxic to animals.

4. And most importantly! Ensure yearly dental vet check-ups are scheduled in your calendar. As part of our examination, we will take Screening Dental Radiographs which can detect problems early and allow treatment to prevent more extensive tooth damage and dental problems in general. 

Completing these steps will provide your pet with the best opportunity possible for the quality of life they deserve. Has it been awhile since your pet had a dental check? Don't wait until teeth are broken or loose to have them treated, make a booking now. 


Did you know we offer Radioactive Iodine Therapy for the treatment of Hyperthyroidism in cats? ��

✨ Hyperthyroidism is a disease of older cats caused by excessive secretion of thyroid hormone by abnormal thyroid cells.

✨Elevated thyroid hormone levels cause increased metabolism and the other common clinical signs of Hyperthyroidism:
✅Weight loss
✅Appetite changes
✅Increased water consumption
✅Rapid heart rate
✅Heart murmur
✅Elevated blood pressure
✅Increased vocalisation
✅Muscle weakness
✅Poor hair coat

✨Hyperthyroidism tends to be a gradual onset disorder, with many cats losing weight slowly over several months or a few years. It's important to note that not all cats will experience all of these symptoms.

✨If left untreated, the increased metabolism will eventually cause organ failure (heart, kidney, blindness due to retinal detachment) and premature death.

✨There are a number of methods available for treating this condition. However, the only permanent method which does not involve surgery is with the use of radioactive iodine.

✨Treatment with radioactive iodine is a very safe procedure for your cat, is not at all painful and has no serious side effects. It is well recognised as the best way to treat this disease and is used by veterinarians world-wide. It is the same treatment that is often used for people suffering from Hyperthyroidism.

For more information, or to find out if your feline friend is a suitable candidate, head over to our website or have a chat with one of our team ��


Danielle joined the Narre Warren Vet Clinic in 2018 and has since completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. She has always had a passion for animals, their welfare, behaviour and conservation and has previously completed a Bachelor of Science (Zoology major) at The University of Melbourne.

At home, she adores her pets: Ollie the cavoodle, Tarzan the Jungle Carpet Python and her three cats - Jasper, Monty & Crash.

In her spare time, Danielle enjoys travelling the world and spending time with family and friends.


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