Part of being a responsible pet owner is being able to keep your pet under control and well behaved whether they’re at home or out in the world.

We’re well aware that managing pet behaviour can be a challenge and there is a huge spectrum of behavioural issues we can help you address and overcome. Whether you have a puppy with a shoe chewing habit, a terrier who gets anxious around larger dogs, or a stressed-out cat who has decided to stop using the litter box, the team at Vets in Endeavour Hills can help.

Our team has helped Endeavour Hills pet owners manage a diverse range of behavioural issues. Behavioural management depends very much on the individual animal, their current state of health, and the problem at hand. In some instances, your vet may be able to recommend some simple changes in routine to resolve the issue but in some circumstances, it can be beneficial for us to refer you to dog training or a veterinary behaviourist.

If you’re the proud new owner of a puppy and want to get all the training basics down early, consider joining our Puppy Pre-School.

Pet Care

  • Christmas dog hiding under blanket
    We’d like to help make sure your pet stays happy and healthy this silly season so here’s a list we’ve compiled of the ‘Twelve Pet Hazards of Christmas’: Christmas can be a risky time for your pet. There is usually lots of food around as well as plenty of people, parties and changes in routine. …
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  • Vaccination is one of the most powerful tools we utilise to help keep your pet healthy. Vaccinations are safe. They have minimal (if any) side effects and we recommend you vaccinate your pet because, above all, they work. Quick Vaccination Facts: Vaccinations protect against potentially fatal diseases.Many dangerous or life-threatening animal diseases are preventable with the right …
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  • It’s Spring, the season of adorable baby animals, and that means kittens are going to be out in abundance! Already, we have been inundated with requests from kind members of the public to help with small kittens that have been found in sheds and under houses. If you find yourself with a surprise family in …
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