Nowadays, in clinic, it is rare to see an entire (non-desexed) adult aged cat.  This is due to responsible pet ownership with families being more informed of the benefits of desexing. 

Neutering-desexing- has a huge effect on hormone levels in cats and while these changes have many positive outcomes, like more sociable behavioural and longer life expectancy, there is one thing owners may not be aware of.

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As many of our Eukanuba clients are aware, with the change of ownership, Eukanuba is becoming more difficult to purchase. As an equal substitute we can offer Hills foods.  The ‘Advanced Fitness’ range is a maintenance food for everyday use. The same as we previously used Eukanuba. 

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Hill’s Science Diet Professional range of foods has the slogan “Superior nutrition for the life of your pet”.  To make the best food possible, Hills use only high-quality ingredients including real chicken, lamb or salmon protein.  The dry foods boast quality protein as the first ingredient and provide clinically proven antioxidant benefits.  They contain no artificial colours, flavours preservatives or chicken by-product meal.  They are made with natural ingredients plus vitamins, minerals and amino acids.

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Hills Canine T/D – Purchase a 5.5kg or 12kg bag and receive an instant $20 discount plus another voucher for $20 off your next purchase.

Hills Science Diets for Puppy & Kittens – Canine & Feline Healthy Development in 2kg size or greater. Receive instant $20 discount plus another voucher for $20 off your next purchase.

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“Good pet parenting starts with great nutrition”, that’s what Hills are promoting. The slogan for Science Diet is “Superior nutrition for the life of your pet”.  Owners are devoted to their new pets and so Hills have a website devoted to them too.  This site provides owners helpful advice including caring for your new puppy or kitten and choosing the right nutrition. 

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In the Veterinary world we use terminology that is familiar to us but sometimes when we explain conditions to clients and use these words they don’t fully understand.  This is unintentional but they are words we constantly use in conversation and on our patient histories. 

Some of the more common words may be:

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