Mira Mar Veterinary Hospital

Your local vet in Albany

Latest newsletter out now!

Latest newsletter out now!

Please click here to view our latest monthly newsletter!  We hope you enjoy it. May 2024 - Emergency essentials: Is your pet prepared? Don't forget to sign up using the form below, if you want this great newsletter in your mailbox every month! [firedrum_form...

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Newsletter Archive

Newsletter Archive

Are you looking for an older edition of our monthly newsletter? Please choose from our newsletter archive to view previous editions: May 2024 - Emergency essentials: Is your pet prepared? April 2024 - Care tips for your unique pets March 2024 - Decoding pet behaviour:...

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Festive Season cheer from Mira Mar Vets!

Festive Season cheer from Mira Mar Vets!

Well, the "silly season" is upon us again! This is the time each year when we reflect on the events of the past 12 months and remain ever thankful to the wonderful clients who continue to trust us with giving their pets the best possible care that we can. We wish...

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Christmas Opening Hours

Christmas Opening Hours

Please be advised that the clinic will be CLOSED over the public holiday periods of the festive season. As much as we hope all of our furry friends remain safe and well over the Christmas break, we know that emergencies can arise after hours.  You can be assured...

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Christmas foods that could upset your dog

Christmas foods that could upset your dog

When you think about Christmas foods that might upset you, you’re probably thinking about being left with all the “dodgy” leftovers in a box of Cadbury Favourites (although some of us maintain that Turkish Delight is a valid and enjoyable flavour!). However, when we...

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Our guide to poisonous plants

Our guide to poisonous plants

With many of us spending more time outdoors in the warmer weather, it’s sensible to ensure that your pet doesn’t have access to any poisonous plants, either in your garden or whilst out on walks. Here are a few common toxic plants to be aware of, and what to do if you...

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Harry’s feeling the heat

Harry’s feeling the heat

Harry, the one-year-old Weimaraner, was having the time of his life at the beach on a gorgeous summer’s day. He and his equally energetic owner Sarah were loving the sun and sand (although after being dumped by a wave when he swam out too far, Harry was now not so...

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Four steps to a cool, calm and collected canine

Four steps to a cool, calm and collected canine

Is your dog a gold star canine citizen? Check out these four tips for helping your dog to feel cool, calm and collected in and out of the house! Early socialisation and regular training You can set your dog up for success early on by ensuring they are well-socialised....

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That’s a tick for tick prevention

That’s a tick for tick prevention

Ticks can be a problem for dogs and cats year-round, but particularly during the warmer seasons when our pets are likely spending lots of time outdoors and ticks are more active. What symptoms do ticks cause? Pets can be affected by several different species of tick....

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Why you should adopt an older pet

Why you should adopt an older pet

If you've been thinking about getting a new pet, have you considered adopting an older animal? There are plenty of positives when it comes to giving an older pet a home and a great companion is just one of them! Here are three good reasons why an older pet can be a...

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