It’s East Bentleigh Animal Care’s 13th birthday paw-ty, and we’d like to invite you all to come and help us celebrate!
There will be kids activities such as face painting, a jumping castle, various games and raffles, as well as other fun and interesting things for the whole family…And did we mention there’s FREE lunch and birthday cake!
Howl could you say no?!?!
This is also a great chance for you to meet our whole team who will be there on the day, and check out some of the interesting things that go on in a veterinary clinic!
So make sure to save the date on your calendars, and bring your family, friends, and pets along for a purr-fect afternoon out at East Bentleigh Animal Care!
For catering purposes, please RSVP for the event via calling, emailing or coming into the clinic.
Get your pet some great dental month discounts on Hills T/D food! $10 OFF Hills Feline T/D food* and $10 or $20 OFF Hills Canine T/D food* But get in quick before they’re all gone! *Limited amount of offer vouchers, only available in clinic and discount depends on size food bag purchased as denoted on voucher. Hill’s T&C’s apply.
We are providing FREE dental health checks for cats and dogs to support our local community from now until the end of August. To book your pet in give us a call on (03) 9579 5858, book online, or come in and visit our friendly staff at 581 Warrigal Road East Bentleigh.
This month is Dental Month so we have a few promotions going on, the client can download the form from the website and then bring it in to us to redeem the offer. To download the form , please click below link . Dental Month Cat Combo Vouchers
We are involved in the National Desexing Network’s Desexing month, so prices for desexing only are 50% off. This includes the desexing surgery, pain relief and the follow up consultation to check the animals health and healing, and take the stitches out. With desexing procedures we highly recommend preanaesthetic blood profiles and intravenous fluids to reduce the risk of the surgery and speed up the recovery of the animal, and also a buster collar to make sure the animal doesn’t lick or bite at the wound so it heals faster. These last 3 things are not included in the reduced pricing, any extra medications are also not included.
Sweet Snowy is a 12 year old Maltese princess, she had been very unwell, eating less and losing weight over the last couple of months.On examination it was found that her gum colour was pale and her abdomen distended. Blood testing revealed anaemia and inflammation. An Ultrasound revealed a mass in her abdomen very close to the spleen. Surgery was in order, so we operated and had to remove the ulcerated spleen and the attached mass. Poor little Snowy! So we sent the spleen and mass off to the lab for testing and result came back as cancer of the spleen. Not so great news as the pathologist indicated a survival time of only one month with this kind of cancer if it had not spread anywhere else in the body. So far Snowy is doing well, her recent blood tests showed values all in the normal range, so thankfully Snowy and her Owner can continue going for little walks in that snazzy little harnass!
As many of you know we love hosting fun events at EBAC to engage with our community and as a thank-you to our clients. Our first fun free event for 2016 will be just before Easter on Saturday March the 19th from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Yes, Easter is coming early this year and we thought there would be no better way to celebrate it than with our free Easter Family Event the week before Easter. Come along and we’ll have: an Easter egg hunt for the kids free sausage sizzle animal farm and animal petting face painting show bags for the kids and a raffle for the grown ups Just so we can plan for the number of people coming, please click on this registration link (click here) to register your details and we will send you a reminder a couple of days before the event.
Nicki is a 3.5 year old Beagle. Worried owners Trevor and Trish brought Nicki in to the clinic as she had been limping on her left hind leg for a few days and it had gotten worse. Nicki showed signs of pain at the left knee joint when examined. Dr Singh suspected cruciate ligament rupture so she was quickly booked in for x-rays and exmination under general anaesthetic. The examination and x-ray revealed rupture of the cranial cruciate ligament. Just like with a human cranial cruciate rupture can be caused by trauma (like an athlete) or degenerative joint disease (with older age). Surgery was performed in early February and Nicki is recovering and doing well. Obesity can increase the impact on the joint and can predispose to the damage of joint and ligament. Without corrective surgery, knee problems in dogs can develop into very painful degenerative wear on the menisci of the knee and arthritis.
It’s almost Christmas !!! At East Bentleigh Animal Care(EBAC) we love taking photos of our clients and their pets. Bring your pet in for a consult with Dr Singh or a grooming session with Jenny and get a Christmas themed photo of your pet. You can be in the photos too – so they make a great stocking filler for mum, dad or the kids. Get a photo of the kids holding your pets – mum or dad will love it. You can even frame it, to make it a special gift. Make an appointment today by calling 9579 5858.
Have you heard about our upcoming FOOTBALL event? 15th AUGUST 10AM – 1PM Lots of entertainment for the whole family! Bring along your pooch dressed in his best footy team colours, for a game of doggy football on our special field….. We hope to see you at our Latest Event.