New Year, New Vaccinations!

January is the month of motivation; we are getting everything in order to prepare for a prosperous and positive year. This new beginning is usually a reminder for most pet parents to get all their pet’s vaccines updated...

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Holiday hazards

As they say at this time of year, it really is beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Let’s not forget about our furry family members during this time, as there are some hazards that we should be aware of.

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The World of Parasites

With spring upon us, here are some things to look out for which are common to your pets including ticks, fleas and worms.

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Introducing our new lead Vet Dr Nikki

The team at Coral Sea Vet Care would like to introduce Dr Nikki Tapp, our newest member and full time veterinarian. 

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Vital Vaccinations for your furry friend

The life of a pet parent can be summed up in three simple words: messy, stressful and (above all) rewarding. We would do absolutely anything to keep our furry child safe...

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Problems with the litter box

When your cat has the same mentality towards the litter box that you do when you have to clean it, it is time to help your furry pal out.

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Why do cats groom

The classic battle with the hairball explains how meticulous and clean cats are. It can seem like cats spend all their time sleeping and grooming.

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Make brushing your pet's teeth fun!

Imagine if you had never brushed your teeth before. Horrible isn’t it? Well the same goes for our furry family members, they need their pearly whites feeling fresh and clean just like humans do.

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Keeping away the Winter Blues in Pets

Hibernation season is upon us! As the temperature outside is dropping, all we can think about is getting cosy with our favourite winter blanket, a nice cup of tea and staying as close to the heater as possible.

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Ellen's Upcoming European Holiday!

After an exciting and action-packed start to the year, our vet Dr Ellen needs a rest! To let her have some time to recuperate, she will be taking some leave in the coming week.

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