At Vets on Parker we know that life is better with a happy pet. However, keeping them healthy is not our only job, our loved family pets need to be well behaved too!

We know that owning a pet can come with some challenges and we have the experience and resources to help you manage them. Whether you have a puppy that jumps on young family members, a dog reactive terrier, a poodle that pulls on the lead, a cute kitten that plays too rough or an older cat that has stopped using the litter tray, we are here to help!

Our team members will chat and listen to you and provide you with some great advice to help manage the behavioural problem you are facing. In some circumstances, we may direct you to an external dog training or veterinary behaviourist. These professionals will often come out and visit your home and provide you with a training plan.

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Pet Care

  • Good dental health is important for dogs at every age. Unfortunately, around 80% of dogs over the age of three years old suffer from tooth and gum disease. If your dog has untreated tartar build-up from such a young age, by the time they reach their senior years (dogs aged 7 and over are considered …
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  • Many children love animals and can develop close bonds with their pets. This, in turn, can help the child learn important social skills such as empathy, respect for others and patience. However, if an animal feels trapped, frightened or threatened, even the most docile pets will do everything they can to make a perceived threat …
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  • Pet surgery can understandably be a stressful time for owners. If your pet is due for surgery, you might be feeling nervous or worried, but don’t stress: at our Narre Warren North veterinary hospital, we often get surgery-related questions from nervous pet-owners. In this blog, we are taking you through some of the most commonly …
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