10% off standard dog and cat de-sexing procedures.
Puppies and kittens can be desexed at around 6 months old, depending on their breed / size.
Responsible pet ownership includes the de-sexing of pets that are not intended for breeding.
Desexing reduces unwanted litters — most unwanted healthy puppies & kittens end up euthanised in Qld.
Desexing reduces certain behavioural and health problems as well as the cost of registration.
Waiting until after it has had its first heat or litter is not recognised as a benefit to the animal.
It is never too late to desex an adult cat or dog. In fact, the risk of certain diseases increases with age, so desexing is even more important for older dogs.
Ask our friendly staff for more information and make an appointment today!
... are recruiting for their
2022 Graduate Program
Open Day and Information Session:
Sunday 8 August 2021 at 2pm
Tropical Vets, North Shore Clinic
Suite 10, 50 North Shore Blvd, Burdell
If you want to work in North Queensland for a large network of family-owned clinics with generous salary and work conditions, modern equipment and great staff, please join the Directors and Managers to find out what opportunities are available to you.
RSVP by Wednesday 4 August 2021
firstname.lastname@example.org or 0491 202 898
Drinks and nibbles will be provided
Tropical Vets is excited to announce the purchase of Ready Vet in Atherton from Matt and Cat Robinson. As of the 1st of April 2021, we have taken over the day to day running of the clinic in Atherton. And do not worry, all the staff you are used to seeing are still there to offer you the same friendly service that they always have.
Over the coming months we are planning on enhancing the Veterinary equipment within the practice. We will be upgrading the radiography system, the in-house blood laboratory and the dental equipment. The practice computer system will be integrated with our other clinics and will have added functions like SMS reminders for appointments, vaccinations and important preventative medications.
Dr Graham Lauridsen, a senior vet and one of the Directors of Tropical Vets, is relocating to Atherton to help oversee that transition and to work within the clinic in Atherton. He and his wife are in the process of purchasing a house in Atherton and making the move from Tully.
Graham is a true mixed-animal vet, having experience in treating all manner of animals, both large and small. He looks forward to moving into the community of the Atherton Tablelands and meeting the Ready Vet clients.
Tropical Vets Atherton
21 Louise Street, Atherton Qld 4883
Ph 07 4091 7556
For best health, animals in the Tropical North need to be vaccinated...
Do you sometimes wonder if there’s an easier way to remember the timing of your pet’s vaccinations, worming treatment and tick / flea prevention?
Free up your mind for more exciting things by being in the Tropical Vets database!
We’ll send out reminders for your upcoming appointments and all of their ongoing health care needs, in the way that you prefer… text? Easy! Email? No worries!
Have a chat with us at your next appointment, or call us today, to make sure your animal and contact details are current... and that they are fully vaccination-protected for their age and situation.
...An important message about COVID-19...
Your local vet, Tropical Vets, has always taken the health of our clients (and naturally, their animals!), employees, visitors and community seriously.
We understand this is a very difficult and stressful time for everybody but for Tropical Vets to continue our care for your animals; for their regular or emergency surgery, to be available after-hours as well as our professional care day to day at each clinic, we need to take care of our veterinarian and nurse staff, too!
The risk: if a staff member is diagnosed with COVID-19 then our clinic would be put into quarantine and this would prevent us from providing any care to our patients from this clinic.
In the interest of public health, we ask that you please do not enter our clinic if:
- You have returned from an interstate hotspot or overseas within the last 14 days.
- You have knowingly been in contact with someone who has been diagnosed with Coronavirus (COVID-19) or has returned from an interstate hotspot or overseas within the last 14 days; or
- You have a fever or flu-like symptoms.
If you are feeling unwell or want to better protect your health, and do not wish to enter our clinic, PLEASE let us know over the phone as you make your appointment, so we can make arrangements to meet you at your car / in the car park.
We still want to see, treat and care for your pet; it just means we need to take some extra precautions.
We can also discuss consultation options for any existing clients that have been quarantined or are high risk.
By all working together we WILL be able to continue to offer you the top quality care you are accustomed to from our family-run business.
Thank you for your support and understanding.
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Make an appointment at your closest Tropical Vets Clinic today to see us for all of your situation-specific pet care and animal care advice:
Atherton, Babinda (Wednesday), Innisfail, Mission Beach (Monday & Friday),
Tully, Cardwell (Thursday), Ingham,
North Shore Townsville and Ayr.
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