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(02) 4955 6670 

 

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reception@fletchervet.com.au

 

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4 Beech Close

Fletcher, NSW 2287 

 

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Contact NAREC on (02) 4957 7106 for emergency care outside of our opening hours.  

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Fletcher Veterinary Practice / Spring Newsletter / 14th October 2019

 

TOILET TRAINING YOUR PUPPY

Toilet training can be one of the most frustrating parts of puppyhood, but fortunately, there are certain tips and tricks to make the process easier and quicker. Click the button below to read about toilet training puppies, or click here to see when our next Puppy Preschool class is to learn more!  [...]

 

Fletcher Veterinary Practice / Spring Newsletter / 10th October 2019

 

ANAESTHETIC AND YOUR PET

There’s a high likelihood that your pet will undergo an anaesthetic in their lifetime, whether its for a routine procedure, such as a desexing, or a more pressing procedure, such as a cancerous lump removal or dentistry work.

What ever the circumstance, it is important that you are aware of what is involved, and the risks posed to your pet’s safety and wellbeing.  [...]

 

Fletcher Veterinary Practice / Spring Newsletter / 13th September 2019

 

FELINE LOWER URINARY TRACK DISEASE

Blocked bladders in cats are common, painful and life threatening. Our latest article details information about Feline Lower Urinary Track disease, including why this condition occurs and which cats are most susceptible. Click the button to read all about it.  [...]

 

 

Fletcher Veterinary Practice / Spring Newsletter / 6th September 2019

 

GUESS WHO'S COMING OUT OF HIBERNATION

Fleas and Ticks are back!  Now that the weather is heating up quickly, we’re seeing an emergence of fleas and tick. These harmful parasites usually stay dormant during the cooler months, and as soon as hot weather begins they begin to breed and feed. [...]

 

Fletcher Veterinary Practice / Winter Newsletter / 11th July 2019

 

MANAGING YOUR PET'S PAIN

Winter can be a difficult time for some of our elderly pets for both dogs and cats. In this article, we would like to share some pain management advice that can help your pet stay healthy and comfortable through the cooler months.  [...]

 

 

Fletcher Veterinary Practice / Winter Newsletter / 6th June 2019

 

BUSTING GRAIN-FREE MYTHS

We see and hear the words ‘Grain-Free’ on many commercial pet foods, but is grain-free all it’s cracked up to be?  [...]

 

 



Fletcher Veterinary Practice / Autumn Newsletter / 16th May 2019

 

BECOMING A FOSTER CARER

There’s no doubt that being a foster carer for animals is a very rewarding job, however it definitely comes with its share of challenges. We sit down with one of Hunter Animal Rescue’s (HAR’s) leading foster carers, Leanne, to ask about her experience as a carer [...]

 

Fletcher Veterinary Practice / Autumn Newsletter / 8th May 2019

 

TICK CASES OVER THE YEARS

Do preventative tick products work? We look at the paralysis tick cases over the years along with the emergence of preventative medications. [...]

 

     

    Fletcher Veterinary Practice / Autumn Newsletter / 24th April 2019

     

    MYXOMATOSIS

    Unfortunately, Easter is an awful time of year for rabbits, as this is commonly when we see Myxomatosis. This disease is painful, fatal and without a cure. It kills over 50% of wild and domesticated rabbits. [...]