Love Your Pet, Love Your Vet

Love Your Pet, Love Your Vet

On Friday 8th October, we will be celebrating Vet Nurse Day with our wonderful team of capable, competent and quite frankly, sensational Vet Nurses. This annual event marks the day that Veterinarians, and the wider community, recognise the crucial role these wonderful...
February 2021 COVID UPDATE

February 2021 COVID UPDATE

We are free…… well sort of! When visiting Direct Vet Services, you must please do the following ~  For in-clinic visits, masks are mandatory once you step outside the car and into the clinic (unless you have a medical exemption and this must be provided)....
DVS COVID-19 UPDATE – OCT 2020

DVS COVID-19 UPDATE – OCT 2020

DVS COVID-19 UPDATE – EFFECTIVE MONDAY 26TH OCT 2020 In-person consults are being re-introduced at Direct Vet Services! While we will still have to follow a number of rules to ensure we are adhering to social distancing etiquette, we are incredibly excited about...
Keeping Your Cat Stimulated

Keeping Your Cat Stimulated

Keeping your cat stimulated is important now during the current isolation climate, but also during those times you are at work all day or away overnight. Nurse Karen shares some awesome craft activities for the kids to help out with that your four-legged feline will...
Top 5 things you should know about your vet (continued)

Top 5 things you should know about your vet (continued)

  Following on from last month’s article sharing the questions to ask your vet, here we share other considerations when choosing the vet for you and your pet   How quickly can your vet respond in an emergency situation?   No one likes to anticipate an emergency...