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Pet Care - Expert Advice

It is important to keep your pet's health in check. There are many aspects to keep in mind. These include vaccinations, deworming, flea treatment, diet and desexing. You also need to be aware of your pet's behaviour and hygiene which is especially important if you own a dog. Monash Veterinary Clinic has an extensive range of products to help you along the way – such as flea treatments, intestinal worming products, pregnant and lactating bitch care, neonate special care, important dietary needs, grooming items, medication and behavioural information.

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Please see the below topics for Pet Care that will provide further specific information.

Dental Care for Dogs and Cats

What is dental disease?

Dental disease refers to any condition affecting the teeth of your pet and it is one of the most common problems affecting dogs and cats. In general, dental disease is usually broken down into plaque, tartar (cal...

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An increased awareness in pet diet has developed in the last few years and is now a fundamental part of veterinary checks that are done each year. The vets and nurses at Monash Veterinary Clinic believe that great diet starts from day one and c...

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Flea Control Advice

Fleas are a common external parasite of mammalian animals such as cats and dogs which maintain their existence by biting and sucking the blood of animals. This inevitably leads to an allergic reaction in the animal which causes them to become i...

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FIV - Feline Immunodeficiency Virus

Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) is the cat equivalent of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). Like HIV in humans, cats infected with FIV will eventually be affected by a reduced ability to fight off infections due to an impaired immune syste...

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Health Care for your Kitten and Cat


Vaccinations are necessary to protect your cat against major feline diseases, some of which can be fatal. The main diseases we vaccinate against at Monash Veterinary clinic are:

1. Feline Herpes Virus...

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Health Care for your Puppy and Dog


Vaccinations are necessary to protect your dog against major canine diseases, some of which can be fatal. The main diseases we vaccinate against are:

1. Canine Distemper

2. Canine Infect...

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Heartworm Advice

Heartworms are white thread-like worms which grow to 12-30cm long. They live in the heart and the large arteries in the lungs.

Heartworm is spread by mosquitoes. A mosquito bites an infected dog drawing up immature heartworms (microfilari...

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Levels of Care

At Monash Veterinary Clinic we offer special levels of care for routine dentals and desexings. Below is an explanation of why we recommend them and what is involved.

Levels of care available

Level 1: Includes Pre-...

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Microchipping is an important practice to help identify animals and help to reunite them with their owners if they ever go missing. The microchip is the size of a grain of rice and is injected under the skin of your pet over the shoulder blades...

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Puppy Preschool

We invite you to bring your puppy to our Puppy Pre-school Course at Monash Veterinary Clinic. It is an enjoyable way to encourage early socialization with both other dogs and humans, introduce basic training, and h...

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