Vaccinating dogs, cats, rabbits and ferrets protects them from potentially fatal diseases.
Rabbits are very common as pets and we see a lot of them. They tend to be anxious when handled and can scratch and be awkward to handle, but generally make good pets.
Zoonoses are those diseases common to both animals and humans (often but not necessarily transmitted from animals to people).
Interesting facts about rabbits and some common health problems to be aware of.
Rabbit Calicivirus Disease (RCD) progresses very quickly and usually by the time you realise your rabbit is ill, death is imminent. The only practical and reliable way to protect your rabbit against RCD is by vaccination. Where did RCD come from? Rabbit Calicivirus Disease (RCD) known in Europe as haemorrhagic viral disease (HVD) did not […]
The only practical and reliable way to protect your rabbit against Rabbit Calicivirus Disease is by vaccination.
Getting organised to go away on holidays can sometimes be a stressful time. Here are some tips that may help.
The short answer is probably yes. However this depends on a number of factors including the species, sex and age of your pet.
The terms “desexing” or “neutering” describe the surgical procedures performed on animals to stop them from breeding.
We can desex dogs, cats, rabbits and ferrets at Macarthur Veterinary Group.
Flea and tick control and worming advice to protect your pet from parasites.