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. She [...]

By |2022-12-06T09:26:19+08:00October 13th, 2017|Cats|0 Comments

We’re officially a Gold Standard Cat Friendly Clinic!

We’re so excited to share that we have achieved GOLD level accreditation as a Cat Friendly Clinic!   “Cat Friendly Clinic is a worldwide programme from the International Society of Feline Medicine, the veterinary division of International Cat Care. We recognise that because of their unique nature and needs, taking a cat to a veterinary [...]

By |2022-12-06T09:26:20+08:00August 14th, 2017|Cats|0 Comments

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. First step, [...]

By |2022-12-06T09:26:20+08:00July 6th, 2017|Cats, Centre News|0 Comments

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 [...]

By |2022-12-06T09:26:21+08:00March 1st, 2017|Cats|0 Comments

Our NEW V-Gel airway tubes – A safer anesthetic for Rabbits and Cats

Keeping a patient safe whilst under anaesthesia is a crucial part of surgery for our vet nurses and vets. For our smaller patients like cats and rabbits, it can be a bit trickier and the ET tubes used (similar to what are used in human medicine, that are inserted down the airway) can be too big [...]

2016 Delicious Dental Deal

GIVE YOUR MATE SOMETHING TO DROOL OVER THIS AUTUMN WITH THIS DELICIOUS DENTAL DEAL! This March and April at Midwest Vet Centre, our dental deal is super delicious. So delicious that your furry mate will be drooling over all the goodies included! When was the last time your pet had their teeth cleaned? We wouldn’t [...]

By |2022-12-06T09:26:26+08:00March 8th, 2016|Cats, Diseases, Dogs|0 Comments

Does your cat have Hyperthyroidism?

Is your feline friend behaving oddly? No longer grooming? Drinking like there’s no tomorrow? Constantly pestering you for food but losing weight?  If so then your cat may be suffering from hyperthyroidism. Hyperthyroidism is a relatively common condition of the older cat (ages 7 upwards). As the word may suggest this condition occurs when the [...]

By |2022-12-06T09:26:29+08:00March 26th, 2015|Behavioural Issues, Cats, Diseases, Nutrition|0 Comments


Cats hate cats that trespass on their territory, male or female, young or geriatric. They will do whatever it takes to make that pesky stray get off their to speak. This mostly involves BITING and SCRATCHING. Cat bites can cause abcesses Cat bites are horrible. Cats really do have some of the nastiest mouths [...]

More than just flea treatment…..

Did you know that by applying products such as Advocate or Revolution once monthly, you can protect your cat or dog not only from fleas but from mites as well?Both of these products also have some worming activity including HEARTWORM prevention. Simple and effective – what more could you ask for?!We stock both so feel free to call in [...]

By |2022-12-06T09:26:30+08:00May 26th, 2014|Cats, Dogs, Parasites|0 Comments


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