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SENIOR PET SEMINAR - Thursday November 6th, 2014
29 October, 2014
Information Night being held on starting on Thursday, November 6th, 2014
Running between 7:00pm and 8:30pm in-clinic
2/535 Milton Road, Toowong
Pet Owners with animals of ALL ages are encouraged to attend. Help your pet have the best quality of life possible. Relevant to families of yound and old animls to help manage the ageing process.
* Joint and Arthritis problems
* Hormonal Imbalances
* Liver and Kidey Dysfunctions
* Loss of Sight and Hearing
* Behavioural Changes
* Dental Problems
* Diet
We will have lucky door prizes, and each attendee will receive a goodie bag with samples of products discussed and information on topics listed above.
Bookings are essential
Numbers are limited
Please phone the clinic on (07) 3613 9644, register your interest via email (located in the 'Contact Us' section in the menu bar), or via Facebook on:
PET FIRST AID COURSE - November 5th, 2014
29 October, 2014
Next class starting on Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014
$49.00 per person, or $75.00 for two people
Running between 7:00pm and 9:00pm in-clinic
2/535 Milton Road, Toowong
* Learn how to best care for your pet in an emergency
* Knowing what is, or isn't, an emergency and when to seek professional help
* Day to day safety for your pet - common household dangers
* Assessing your pet - checking vitals so you know when something is wrong
Bookings are essential
Numbers are limited
Please phone the clinic on (07) 3613 9644, register your interest via email (located  in the 'Contact Us' section in the menu bar), or follow us on Facebook: to find out more!
Ask the Animal Doctors - Pet and Vet Blog is up and running!
27 October, 2014
Does you pet do any weird and/or wonderful things? Do you ever wonder if they are perhaps a bit 'quirky', or 'odd', or just plain weird? If you have questions that you would like to ask, but don't - or ever just wonder if what they are doing is indeed normal, which really... Haven't we all? - we have heard your (anonymous) cries! 

Introducing: Ask the Animal Doctors - with Dr Kirsty & Dr Tegan - The Toowong Family Vet Blog!

We'll be posting a newbie blog twice weekly for the first few months, covering some of the most commonly asked questions we come across in the daily happenings here at the clinic. Feel free to email us with any questions that you would like answered in the blog, or maybe there's a specific topic that you find interesting and would like a more reliable source than plain ol' Dr Google.
Perhaps you have a breed of pet that is prone to particular issues - think Pugs/Boston Terriers/French Bulldogs and Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome; or Burmese and Diabetes; Schnauzers and Pancreatitis; or Boxers and Cardiomyopathy - and want to best be informed to best look after your pet. Any and all questions are welcomed with open arms - and we'd LOVE to hear from you!

So check it out, have a read through the very first 'Ask the Animal Doctors' Blog - and let us know what you think! 

Happy Monday!
Dr Kirsty, Dr Tegan, Nurse Tahlia, Nurse Marie, Nurse Cliodhna, Norman and Mithy

(Master Gabriel is our male model for the blog. Isn't he just beyond handsome?)
10 October, 2014
Today is Vet Nurse Day - and we want to wish a very special day to our fantastic nurses Tahlia, Marie and Cliodhna.
Any time you've been into the clinic, you would have seen one of these smiling faces greeting you in reception.
If you've had a pet in for a surgery, these girls are the ones closely monitoring your pet, keeping them safe and well, making sure that Dr Kirsty or Dr Tegan can work their surgical magic.
If your pet has been unwell, feeling down and with a wagless tail, or perhaps all out of purrs, these are the people that give them a kiss, a cuddle and work with the vets to ensure they have a speedy recovery and can come home to you as soon as possible.
If your pet has needed a check up, a vaccination, or just a social visit, these are the hands that give them treats, the arms that offer a comforting hug when we need to look them over, or give them a needle, the friendly faces to give a kiss and have a chat.
We love our team here so very much, it's like a home away from our homes. A successful team beats with one heart, and like a family, we are not a team because we work together, we are a team because we respect, trust and care for each other. And this is the team that cares for you and your pets. What a lucky bunch we ALL are.
Happy Vet Nurse Day to our fantastic girls, and all of the other Vet Nurses out there who do their best and give their all to look after, care for and help make better, all of the pets out there. What a great day it is!

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17 August, 2014


4CYTE is an exciting new nutraceutical has been developed specifically to work proactively, helping to maintain the matrix of cartilage and overall joint health. Scientific research has demonstrated that the phophylactic use of 4CYTE may assist in the joints ability to function uder stress, and may help symptoms associated with ageing joints.

4CYTE contains Epitalis - a new super power in cartilage repair, it's a propriety plant extract patented for its ability to:

Stimulate chondrocyte cell profliferation which actively 'tips the balance' back in favour of the production of healthy cartilage instead of degeneration. (Chondrocytes are the cells found in healthy cartilage)

Suppress the chemicals responsible for inflammation

4CYTE also contains Green shell mussel, Abalone and Marine Cartilage. Marind concentrates provide a natural source of glucosaminoglycans, omegas and fatty acids.

This product is also safe to use in conjuction with Hills J/D, a diet specifically tailored for use in animals with, or prone to, osteoarthritis. 

If you'd like to know more regarding 4CYTE, osteoarthritis in our companion animals, or how to help manage the ageing process, please phone the clinic on (07) 3613 9644. You can also check out the Senior Pet Seminar being held on September 4th. This is a FREE information night for all pet owners, and we encourage all pet parents to attend. Places are limited, so bookings are essential - but just contact us for anything you'd like to know!