Your New Puppy

New Puppy - Our Recommendations



We recommend 3 initial vaccinations 4 weeks apart. With the last vaccination after 14 weeks of age.

Normally at 6 10 and 14 weeks of age.

Yearly vaccinations starting one year after last puppy vaccination.



From 2 weeks to 12 weeks of age worm every 2 weeks.

From 12 weeks (3 Months) to 6 months worm every month.

       After 6 months of age, Worm as an adult - every 3 months.



We do believe in de-sexing all pets where there are no plans for breeding.

At 5 to 6 months of age, although a pet of any age can be de-sexed.



Heartworm prevention should be started before 6 months of age.

There are many options from yearly injections spot-ons and tablets.

Contact us and speak to one of our nurses to discuss


Flea and tick preventions

As required - there are many preparations

Contact us to speak to one of our nurses  to choose a product that is best for you and your new puppy.

Lastest News

Hore Eye Ulcer

Here are some pictures of a Hores with a nasty eye ulcer. Caused initially by trauma inbecame infected with bacteria. Later the ulcer became infected with a fungal disease.

There is flushing catheter in place to allow frequent flushing treatment of treatment solutions to the eye