Pet of the week – I Love Lucy

By |12:30 pm|

Lucy is our oldest patient. She is a full 18 years old! That’s an adult, in human years. She has a son, Boney, who turned 16 recently.

Lucy comes with a set of problems. Halitosis (that’s dog breath to you), arthritis, cataracts and skin issues. But this pooch is clearly loved […]

Pet of the week – Gay Paris!

By |10:07 am|

Little Paris is the much loved pooch of her family. We call her ‘Our Beloved Smoosh Face’ at Olive’s Pet Clinic. She knows she’s boss, and she won’t let you forget it. She has a loud, high pitched squeak which does not fail to get you attention. She knows she […]

Male Cockatiels

By |3:00 pm|

Male cockatiels are better at talking and whistling than female cockatiels. In the wild the male cockatiel use sounds to attract females.

 

 

Housing Cockatiels

By |6:00 pm|

Cockatiels are generally kept in a cage and allowed to exercise and socialise with their owners outside of the cage for a few hours a day. As a social bird, cockatiels prefer areas with a lot of activity during the waking hours, and will return to a secluded area when […]

Parvo in Puppies

By |10:56 am|

Canine Parvo virus is a fatal disease that typically infects puppies and mortality can go as high as 91% if untreated.

The good news is that a simple vaccination protocol at around two months age can avoid this nemesis altogether. You can get the same administered by your local vet. Read […]

Sterilizing/Spaying your pet-When and How?

By |7:06 am|

Dog_in_elizabethan_collar_smallIn an earlier article, we had talked about the need for sterilization surgery. Here we will talk about the procedure and aftercare for your pet’s spaying.
We will answer some important questions like

  • When can my pet be sterilized?
  • Is sterilization painful?
  • How long will my pet be in the hospital?
  • What happens before the surgery?
  • What is the aftercare for spaying?

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