Cats and dogs might be Australia’s most popular pet choices, but at Vets in Endeavour Hills we offer quality care for all types of domestic animals including rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, mice and birds. Just like cats and dogs, these little guys require regular veterinary care to monitor and maintain their health.

Our pocket pet services include:

  • Annual wellness examinations
  • Nail trimming
  • Dental care
  • Blood tests, x-rays, skin scrapings, and biopsy of lumps
  • Surgeries for de-sexing, lump removals and other problems
  • Nutrition and environmental counselling

The Importance of Annual Exams for Your Pocket Pet

Smaller animals are masters when it comes to concealing symptoms of pain or illness, so whilst your pet might look and behave perfectly normally, there could be something else going on. For this reason, it’s important to bring small pets in for a regular check up with the vet to ensure any health issues are diagnosed and treated before they start to take a toll on your pet’s quality of life.

Our veterinary staff have plenty of experience caring for pocket pets and are always available to provide you with advice and support to ensure your pet remains happy and healthy.

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