We have some exciting offers for dog owners looking to give their furry friends the best possible care. If you want to take advantage of these limited-time deals, get in touch with our team!
Offer 1: 20% off Dental Scale and Polish + Free Bag of Royal Canin Dental Dog Food
Does your pooch have bad breath or other dental concerns? If so, Highfields Vet Surgery is offering a 20% discount on Dental Scale and Polish procedures this month. Additionally, you'll receive a free bag of ...
On March 26th, Highfields Vet Surgery officially celebrated their first birthday in their new location at 22 Highfields Road with a Family Fun Day event! Hosted on behalf of the entire community, the event saw a number of pet owners and market stalls come together to celebrate the first year of Highfields Vet Surgery in their new location.
It was a great day with lots of furry friends, yummy treats and entertainment for the whole family.
"We're passionate about the Highfi...
With the summer heat upon us, it’s important that we help our pets stay cool and hydrated too! Read on to learn about some common hot weather hazards for dogs, and how to keep your pet safe.
The floor is lava: Hot pavement
Under the hot summer sun, pavement can rapidly reach scorching temperatures and will retain heat for several hours. Walking your dog on this hot surface can cause discomfort and potentially serious burns to their paw pads.
How can I safely walk my dog in th...
19 December 2022Read More
Whilst our feline friends might insist that every month is National Cat Lovers month, this month it’s official! In celebration of all our wonderful feline patients, the Highfields Veterinary team has put together a list of quality environmental enrichment suggestions for cats.
What is environmental enrichment?
Environmental enrichment involves offering your cat various feline-friendly items, foods, or situations to interact with in order to encourage exploration and the expression of ...
16 November 2022Read More
Hot Spots are among the most common skin conditions affecting Australian dogs, particularly in the summer months. Hot Spots can cause your dog a lot of pain and discomfort.
What are hot spots?
Hot spots are acute moist dermatitis. They’re localised areas of inflammation and bacterial infection that are most commonly caused or worsened by a dog licking or chewing at an area of agitation, such as a small cut or insect bite.
Hot spots may start as small red spots but when le...