Getting a new puppy or kitten is an exciting experience.
At VetMed, we recommend visiting a qualified, caring veterinarian during your puppy or kitten’s first few weeks. They can help you understand how to keep your new pet healthy and happy!
Special Vet Care for Puppies and Kittens
You’ll need to consider many factors to provide the best health care for your new cat or dog. In your first puppy or kitten consultation, your VetMed veterinarian will discuss:
- Kitten and puppy vaccinations
- Physical and congenital disease
- Worming, flea and tick prevention
- Puppy and kitten nutrition
- Pet behaviour and anxiety
- Grooming for your pet
- Exercise and environment
- Professional Dog Training
Professional Vet Care in Sydney for Your Pet
The qualified, caring and professional VetMed team offer innovative, skilled veterinarian services for all areas of your puppy or kitten’s needs.
Recent Help & Advice Articles
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Pet FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions
Navigate here to see some of the most common pet advice and FAQs answered.