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Grooming and Bathing of Small dogs
CVVS has all the facilities to pamper your pet

Warm Baths for small/medium dogs
Shampoo and condition
Skilled grooming staff to cater to your requirements

 

 

 

 

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Humane traps for hire

Problems with feral cats or possums? We have two traps for hire. Call Liz at CVVS on (08) 8842 2822. 

 

  CONTACT CLARE

55 Victoria Road
Clare SA 5453
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Ph  08 88422822
E-mail: clare@cvvs.com.au

Consulting Hours:
Monday to Friday
9am-5pm
Saturday
9am-11am
 

  CONTACT JAMESTOWN

4 Vohr Street
Jamestown SA 5491
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Ph  08 86640923
E-mail: jamestown@cvvs.com.au

Consulting Hours
Tuesday and Thursday
9am-5pm

  Clare Clinic

 
   
Clare Valley Veterinary Services

Clare 8842 2822     Jamestown 8664 0923     Emergency 0408 422 822
  Dog Vaccination Program

 

Responsible pet care requires dogs to be taken to the vet for their initial course of vaccinations, but these cannot protect them for the rest of their lives. The immunity weakens over time and your pet can again become susceptible to disease.
Should your pet become infected, treatment can require frequent visits to your vet and possibly hospitalisation. Not all diseases can be cured and disability or death often results.

VACCINATION IS THE ONLY MEANS OF PROTECTION

OUR VACCINATION REGIME IS

6-8 WEEKS OF AGE – C3

10 WEEKS OF AGE – C3 PLUS Intranasal Canine Cough

1 year - Duramune C3 (3yr) +/- Canine cough
2nd year - Canine cough only
3rd year - Canine cough only
4th year- Duramune C3 (3yr) +/- Canine cough

What a C3 Vaccination Covers For

PARVOVIRUS:
A virus which attacks the lining of the intestine. Young pups and older dogs are most susceptible. It is a highly contagious disease and is transmitted via the fecal-oral route. There are still many outbreaks of this disease in unvaccinated populations.
Symptoms: lethargy, loss of appetite, uncontrollable bloody vomiting and diarrhea. Death is usually imminent as treatment is often difficult.
The virus can persist in the soil allowing infection of other pets later.
Vaccination is the best option. Dogs that come into contact with large amounts of the virus may still become infected but the vaccination will reduce the severity and allow the dog to have a good chance of survival.

DISTEMPER:
A  high contagious virus which affects dogs at any age, but young pups are at highest risk. Although not common in this area the disease is still found in the eastern states.
Symptoms: fever, coughing, sneezing, nasal discharge, vomiting, diarrhoea, loss of appetite and depression. Muscle tremors, fits and paralysis occur later in the disease. Treatment is usually ineffective and recover rate is low. Those which recover usually have permanent brain damage.

CANINE HEPATITIS (adenovirus):
Highly contagious and fatal viral disease. Affects dogs of any age, but more common in dogs under 2 yrs.
Symptoms: high fever, depression, loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhoea, and acute abdominal pain. Dogs which recover usually have liver and kidney problems and act as carriers spreading the disease to other dogs for many months.

 
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