We are starting a regular weekly blog post about the comings and goings at Prahran Vet Hospital. Please feel free to leave a comment here or on facebook to let us know if there’s something you would like to know, something you’ve enjoyed or something we could do better. This has been an exciting week… Read more »
None of us are getting any younger and although some of us age more gracefully than others we can all hope to live healthier for longer than our parents and grandparents did. This is thanks to a better diet, environment and advances in medicine. Dogs also are living longer, healthier lives, for similar reasons and… Read more »
What’s Your Point of View? We often get asked, “How well does my pet see?” That is a difficult question to answer but lets give it a try. To “see” light has to pass into the eye, get to the retina, be converted to an electrical signal, be transmitted to the brain and the brain “process” the… Read more »
Have you noticed your pet doing anything strange recently? As we move towards the end of February, everyone is well and truly back in the routine of work and school. But with all the hustle and bustle of getting back into the swing of things, often your pet can be forgotten. Imagine, after spending all… Read more »
Plan your pet’s year with our 20% off parasite control “Pet-Box” Special. February has arrived and everyone is back to school and work. Hopefully you all have had a lovely break, a joyous Christmas and refreshing new year. At Prahran Vet, most of us have had time off and traveled to various places; New York, Japan, the… Read more »
January 2013 has come around frighteningly fast and I sit here wondering what I will try to accomplish in 2013. Healthy eating and lifestyle balance come foremost to my mind, so I will resolve to make sure I look after myself by eating well, achieve only a moderate intake of the lovely chocolates and home… Read more »
A guide to a “Chilled” New Year Dogs don’t follow the Gregorian calendar, for them each day just rolls into the other. Sometimes it is hot, sometimes cold and then one day their world is rocked by terrifying explosions, bangs and whistles. Not a “Happy New Year” at all.