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Google Maps location for Murwillumbah Veterinary Clinic

Murwillumbah Veterinary Clinic
8-10 Queen St
Murwillumbah
NSW 2484

Phone:
02 6672 1919
Fax:
02 6672 1918

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At Murwillumbah Vet Clinic, we are always striving to improve our service to you.  When you speak to our staff or come in for a visit, we will ask if your contact details are up to date.

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Vaccination is important to protect your pet.  Should your pet become infected, treatment can require frequent visits to your vet and possibly hospitalisation.  However, not all diseases can be cured and disability or death may result.  The only practical means of protection is vaccination.

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Have you wondered who your dog really is?  We can now find out what breed your dogs ancestors were.  We can get DNA testing done and follow the family tree back to great grandparents!!  This information is useful to provide you with knowledge regarding inherited diseases from certain breeds.  It can also just be interesting to find out why your dog looks like they do or why they behave in a certain way.

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This is an important alert for dog owners in the Tweed Valley.  PARVO VIRUS has been detected in our region!!  This is a devastating virus that can be prevented with Vaccination.  Most dog owners are aware that this deadly virus exists, but despite this, we still see the occasional outbreak. 

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Meet Pete!

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We would like you to meet Pete.  He is a great little cat who we saw recently at the clinic.  He had a run in with a snake over at Kingscliff.  It is suspected that it was a Small-Eyed Snake he came across.  His owner was away and he was being looked after by carers.  We were able to contact the owner via email and received consent for diagnostics and treatment.  Initially, the carer noticed Pete coughing and making choking sounds, but then he seemed ok.  After a couple of days, his condition worsened.

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