MACARTHUR VETERINARY GROUP

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Bradbury
Phone the Bradbury clinic on 024627133302 4627 1333
75 Jacaranda Avenue

Mt Annan
Phone the Mt Annan clinic on 024627772202 4647 7722
Unit 17/2 - 4  Main St

Camden
Phone the Camden clinic on 024655766402 4655 7664
6 Ironbark Avenue

Gregory Hills
Phone the Gregory Hills clinic on 024648358802 4648 3588
2/13 Rodeo Road

 

Feline Nutrition

A high-quality balanced diet is very important particularly during your kitten’s first 12 months. A diet with the correct balance of calcium and protein is vitally important in a growing kitten to ensure optimum muscle development and bone growth... Read More.
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Senior Cat Care

Pets age more quickly than we do. The old saying that one year equals seven dog/cat years is more or less true. We consider your cat to be "senior" at around 7 years of age. After this, they generally age more rapidly... Read More.
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Feline Vaccination

Responsible pet care requires kittens to be taken to the vet for their initial course of vaccinations, but these cannot protect them for the rest of their lives. The immunity weakens over time and your pet can again become susceptible to disease. Read More.

Kitten Care

Owning a kitten is a big responsibility. We are trained in all aspects of caring for kittens, and would like you to think of us as your best source of advice. Read More.
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Kidney Failure in Cats

Kidney failure (or renal failure) is very common in older cats. It is the second biggest killer of cats worldwide, responsible for the premature death of 1 in 3 cats! Read More.

Hyperthyroidism in cats

Hyperthyroidism is a disease of cats that is caused by a mass in the thyroid gland (located in the neck), which causes an overproduction of thyroid hormones. Read More.

Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease

Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) consists of a group of conditions, many of which cause inflammation of the lower urinary tract. Affected cats frequently show signs similar to those of cystitis in humans. In some cats the formation of crystalline material in the lower urinary tract can result in obstruction to the passage of urine. This is more common in male cats, because... Read More.

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