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Below are our normal trading hours

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We all love to party and eat lots of yummy food at Christmas time, but did you know that your pet can get very sick from enjoying the left-overs?  At this time of year, we see a lot of dogs coming through the door with a bad tummy ache.  Just a small amount of ham can make your pet sick.  It is very high in salt and fat.

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We know that the loss of a beloved pet can be a very sad time.  We want to let you know about a company that offers pet cremation and funeral services that give you the opportunity to celebrate your pet's life with the grace and dignity they deserve.  Pet Angel are an independent, family owned business and we have found them to be very compassionate and respectful.  Please click here to view their website and to see the many options they have available.  Many of our staff have used this service and we have no hesitation in recommending them as an option if your best friend passes away.

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During October and November, we are offering free Urinalysis at Murwillumbah Vet Clinic.  This pathology service can be useful in highlighting all sorts of medical conditions.  If you think your pet is drinking too much water or has had a change in urination habits, then a urinalysis can show evidence of conditions such as diabetes or kidney issues.  If we discover anything abnormal in the urine test, we will then advise you if we recommend your pet see the Vet for further diagnostics.  Please mention this special and bring in a sample as soon after catching as possible.  A clean takeaway container will do the job.

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Springtime is prime breeding season for cats.  If you own a cat, please consider de-sexing your cat now.  At this time of year, we see many unwanted pregnancies resulting in many kittens being born.  The pound overflows with kittens and sadly they are not always able to find new homes.  Once a cat has given birth, they are ready to mate again.  This results in another wave of kittens being born around Christmas time.  This is when people are on holidays and are not looking to purchase a new pet, so re-homing from the pound becomes nearly impossible.

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