Hearing from clients, past and present!

Hearing from clients, past and present!

It’s no secret that at Direct Vet Services, we are family. From the staff who work tirelessly, to the clients who bring us smiles and their pets who fill our hearts, we’ve become so much more than a little, local Veterinary clinic. We care about each other, we check...
Socialising your new puppy… from a distance 

Socialising your new puppy… from a distance 

Many a Victorian family has adopted a precious puppy in 2020 in the hopes that the pitter patter of four tiny feet will counteract the Covid-induced slump of isolation. Others are looking to expand their family over the Christmas season, with a puppy a favourite...
Euthanasia ~ Helping children to say goodbye

Euthanasia ~ Helping children to say goodbye

Every day in the life of a vet is different ~ some days bring the excitement of new litters or successful surgery; others bring the worry and exhaustion of around the clock care or complicated diagnoses. It is a job we do because we love our patients and their...
Nutrients and Supplements For Arthritis 

Nutrients and Supplements For Arthritis 

Degenerative joint disease, or osteoarthritis is something that most dog and cat owners are going to come across at any age associated with developmental problems, after injury or as they approach their twilight years.  Usually, but not always associated with age,...
New Covid-19 Guidelines from Minister for Agriculture and AVA

New Covid-19 Guidelines from Minister for Agriculture and AVA

New Covid-19 Guidelines from Minister for Agriculture and AVA (disclaimer – clarity still being sought by AVA, and updated daily so who knows how long this will be current for) 1. Can I take my pet to the vet? a. YES you can if there is a genuine animal welfare issue....