Dora’s Big Dental Day

Every year Dora the Clinic Cat has her yearly dental check with one of our Vet Nurses. This is to check the health of her teeth and gums, and to see if she requires a professional scale and polish under anaesthetic. Just like with any anaesthetic procedure, Dora had to be fasted for 12 hours prior. […]

Continue Reading 0
Dx Upgrades

Diagnostic Equipment Upgrades

We’ve been very busy in the clinic over the last couple of months upgrading some of our diagnostic equipment. Call us nerds, but we are super excited to share these new tech toys with you and your pets. At Midwest Vets we think it’s really important to keep up with the times and regularly update […]

Continue Reading 0
Our New Cat Ward

Introducing Our New Cat Ward!

      The Cat Advocates in our team have taken over the back room and have introduced some awesome new Cat Friendly changes to Midwest Veterinary Centre. In the interests of reducing stress for our cat (and dog!) patients, we have created a separate Cat-Only ward. Follow our photo journey below of the exciting process. […]

Continue Reading 1
Speak Dog & Cat

How to Speak Dog & Cat – Public Seminar presented by Australian Veterinary Behaviour Services

Midwest Vet Centre are proud to invite Australian Veterinary Behaviour Services to Geraldton, to be able to present this topic to our community. Does your dog: – Bark excessively for no obvious reason? – Act aggressively towards other animals? – Destroy their bed or other items? – Lick, spin or chase their tail excessively? Is […]

Continue Reading 0

It’s Meowy March at Midwest Vets!

To welcome Dr Tara to our wonderful team,  Midwest Vet Centre is providing some very special deals to our little feline companions. Dr Tara is passionate about feline health, and has completed her post graduate training in feline medicine. Dr Tara has two cats herself, Kwazii the Tonkinese and Willow the Domestic Long Hair. Dr […]

Continue Reading 0
Spread the word, NOT the disease

A reminder to vaccinate your pet rabbit

Rabbit owners are urged to take precautions to protect their pets. A new strain of Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease is being released and can be spread very easily by direct contact (bunny-to-bunny) or indirect contact via insects. Click here for the full Media Release: ‘Reminder for Pet Rabbit Owners’ from the Department of Agriculture and Food […]

Continue Reading 0