Dental diseases in cats

Keeping our pearly whites strong and healthy takes a lot of work. Brushing twice a day, flossing and the list goes on. Who doesn’t love a trip to the dentist twice (if we are really good) a year?

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Meet Big Tony

Big Tony is one of Nurse Gemma’s fur babies. She brought him in for a check-up as she had noticed that he was a little off.

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Our New Puppy Classes!

The team at Twin Towns Vet is happy to announce our new ‘Yappy Hour’ program beginning Tuesday, March 5 from 6:30 to 7:30 pm.  Our commitment at Twin Towns is to keep you and your dog together and enjoying each other for as long as possible – getting off to the right start is important in achieving that goal!  

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Our Time at Love Pets, Love Wildlife

On the 29th of July, some of our wonderful team members attended the Love Pets, Love Wildlife community event in Kingscliff NSW. 

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Introducing Dr Julie Meadows

Dr Julie graduated from the University of California School of Veterinary Medicine, Davis, in 1988 and practiced as a veterinary GP in California for 20 years, including 10 years owning her own practice.

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Introducing Mr Spud - 12 years old and young at heart!

Spud is a Western Highland Terrier Cross and one of our favourites here at the clinic. Spud and his owners introduced themselves to MyVet Twin Towns in July of 2017.

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Meet Hunter

Meet our patient of the month Hunter! Hunter is feeling happy and healthy after her recent dental procedure with us.

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Beware of Rat Bait around the home

Rat bait is unfortunately commonly used to control unwanted mice or rats around the perimeter of our properties.

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Tails and Ales

On Saturday 3rd March the MyVet Twin Towns team went along to Seagulls Club for their “Tails and Ales” event, a fundraiser event for the Animal Welfare League Queensland (AWLQ).

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Getting rid of the pesky flea!

The most common cause of itching, including scratching and biting the rump area, tail and back legs, in dogs and cats is the flea.

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