By Dr HELEN BURNS BVSc (Hons) | Dated May 21, 2018 | 0 Comments
What are they and how can you avoid them? While most of us may get through life never needing to think about zoonoses (diseases you can catch from and animal), […]
By Janie Goodyer | Dated December 7, 2017
We all know that it can be a very stressful time for pets in the waiting room of a Vet hospital. Unfortunately, here at Gordon Vet there is still construction work being completed in and around the building. You can follow these simple guidelines to help eliminate stress and ensure safety to all our patients while this is occurring. All dogs should be on a lead and collar/harness that they cannot slip, with the lead held at all times. Small dogs can also be in a secure carrier.
Cats should be in a carrier, with the door closed, until they are safely inside a consult room. Following these simple guidelines will help Gordon Vet become a stress free zone for all our patients and clients.