We are a Silver Cat Friendly Clinic

As all our cat owners know, cats are not small dogs and they have very specific needs. This is why we have worked hard to achieve the ISFM Silver Cat Friendly Clinic accreditation.

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Fledgling season

It is well and truly spring now here in Woodend which means it is fledgling season! This is a great time to remind yourself of what to do if you’re worried about a bird in your garden or by the side of the road. 

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Our Wildlife Xposure Session

Last month we had some very unusual guests in the waiting room... A ringtail possum, a blue-tongued lizard, a lace monitor, a turtle, an olive python, a tawny frogmouth and even a four-year-old saltwater crocodile!

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Introducing our Practice Manager Sarah

This month we would like to introduce you to our Practice Manager, Sarah Millis. She has been running the place since the start of 2018, so you've probably seen her and her two dogs Hurley and Leroy around the clinic! 

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Introducing Dr Joss

This month we would like to introduce our new Head Vet, Dr Jocelyn Hoogstraten. Dr Joss has been a vet for seven years and loves working with small animals, horses and cows. 

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Macedon Ranges Shire Council

In our work with the Macedon Ranges Shire Council as their feline pound, we often see cats reunited with their owners after several days or even months missing.

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Sandy's babies are all grown up

As many of you may know we have operated the shire cat pound for some time. This means that all the local stray cats are brought to us and usually make their way through our shelter program if an owner cannot be found.

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A Decade at Woodend Veterinary Centre

In the last ten years, Woodend Veterinary Centre has moved premises, changed names and changed owners. One of the few things that has remained constant is our nurse Rhea Maloney.

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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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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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