Welcome Back to Puckers Pet Corner 

Welcome Back to Puckers Pet Corner 

A bit of background information about myself. I am the proud slave of 2 cats. Gypsy the beautiful brown Burmese & Endora (Dora) the recycled tortoiseshell stray who found her way home with me. Whatever was I thinking??  Recent visitors to the clinic would have...
COVID-19 UPDATE

COVID-19 UPDATE

In light of the current Coronavirus updates, Direct Vet Services want to keep our pet families safe and therefore have made some changes to ensure you and your pet can maintain optimum health practices while receiving quality veterinary care. In order to maintain both...
Keeping Senior Dogs and Cats Comfortable at Home 

Keeping Senior Dogs and Cats Comfortable at Home 

Watching our best mates age can be challenging, we want them to still be those lovable puppies and kittens forever. As extensions of our family, sometimes even so before we had two-legged litters of our own, it can be really difficult to see the signs of ageing appear...
Avoid a Roaming Rover – Tips to Stop Your Dog Getting Lost

Avoid a Roaming Rover – Tips to Stop Your Dog Getting Lost

We invest so much time and energy into our beloved pups – we keep them vaccinated, heartworm and flea treated, we feed them the best food we can get our hands on. And how do they respond? Truth be told, most repay the effort with unconditional love and a lifetime of...
Welcome to Puckers’ Pet Corner 

Welcome to Puckers’ Pet Corner 

Nurse Karen (DVS’ self-confessed crazy cat lady) will be posting regular cat related information here.  If you have a topic you’d like Nurse Karen to cover, any questions or ideas, send us an email at directvetservices@bigpond.com. In homage to our wonderful clinic...