Veterinary Services

A passion for animal care along with a devoted work ethic has seen our surgery’s veterinary staff build strong and valuable relationships with many customers over the years. This devotion and care continues today through our staff’s experience and special interests in various animal species. It is our mission to provide friendly service and prompt high quality veterinary care to you and your pets. We are committed to a pro-active approach to animal healthcare, preferring to prevent ill health rather than waiting to treat your pet when it becomes sick or injured. Key elements of this include vaccinations, neutering, worming and treatment for other external parasites such as fleas and ticks. We also recommend regular dental check as dental disease can cause unseen internal problems for your pet. At the Central New Farm Veterinary Surgery we all love animals and will treat your pets as if they were our own.
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    At the Central New Farm Veterinary Surgery, we believe in helping animals enjoy a long and healthy life.

    Because cats and dogs age three to seven times faster than humans and they can’t tell us when they’re uncomfortable or in pain, medical conditions often develop quickly and may also go undetected until it is too late. Remember, prevention is better than cure.

     

    Puppies and Kittens


    The first few weeks of your puppy's or kitten's life are critical in terms of disease prevention and adapting to your household. Spending time with our nursing staff and vets now will pay off as your pet moves through to the next life-stage.

    They need vaccinations, de-worming, health check-ups, and behaviour consultation provided in a series of simple examinations at four-week intervals.

     

    Age/Frequency

    For puppy & kitten

    • C3 or F3 vaccine at 6~8 weeks of age
    • C5 or F3 vaccine at 12 weeks of age
    • C5 or F3 vaccine at 16 weeks of age

     

     

     

     

     

    Vaccine

    Dogs need C5 vaccine (= C3 vaccine + KC vaccine)

    • C3vaccine(Core vaccine) against: can be 3 yearly or yearly
      1. Parvovirus: fatal bloody diarrhoea
      2. Distemper: coughing, diarrhoea, seizure, loss of balance, blindness
      3. Hepatitis: vomiting, diarrhoea, abdominal pain, liver failure
    •  KCvaccine(Noncore vaccine) against: yearly only
      1. Bordetella bronchiseptica: kennel cough
      2. Parainfluenza: kennel cough

     Cats need F3 vaccine +/- FIV or FeLV vaccine

    • F3vaccine(Core vaccine) against:
      1. Feline panleukopaenia: gastroenteritis,  fever, vomiting, diarrhoea, liver failure or sudden death
      2. Feline Calici virus: cat flu sneezing, conjunctivitis, mouth ulcer
      3. Feline Herpes virus: cat flu sneezing, depression, conjunctivitis, inappetence or nasal & sinus infection
    • FIV & FeLVvaccines(Noncore vaccines):
      1. Feline Immunodeficiency virus(FIV): It causes an AIDS-like syndrome, but FIV is not typically fatal for cats, as they can live relatively healthily as carriers and transmitters of the disease for many years
      2. Feline leukaemia virus(FeLV): inappetance, lymphadenopathy, fever, gingivitis, anaemia, jaundice, diarrhoea

     

    Adults (1 to 7 years of age)


    It's easy to take the health of your dog or cat for granted during their active years, when they appear to ‘look after themselves’ and need very little additional care.

    However this is the stage where preventative care is most critical and the financial gains, that come in the form of savings in the next life stage (the senior years).

    They need regular vaccination, parasite prevention, dental & skin care & healthy check-up. All of them can be simply done on yearly vaccination at Cleveland Vet Clinic.

     

    Seniors (Over 7 years of age)


    The ageing of your pet is a natural process and is irreversible.  As cats and dogs grow older, their bodies undergo significant changes and their need for care and attention increases. Many diseases associated with advanced age can be prevented or successfully treated.

    Some common health problems found in senior pets include:

    • Obesity

    • Arthritis

    • Gum / Tooth disease

    • Tumours

    • Impaired Senses

    • Kidney disease

    • Heart disease

    • Liver disease

    • Behavioural changes

    Although some age related diseases in your pet cannot be treated, the onset of many can be delayed or treated successfully if they are detected early.

     

    Reminders


    Central New Farm Vet Surgery sends vaccination, heartworm injection, worming & follow-up  reminders 3 times via SMS before your pets are due. If you would like to receive reminders, please ring us on 3358 4154 to up to date your mobile number.

     

  2. If you can't bring your pet to us, we will come to you in New Farm & Teneriffe to reduce stress of transport & difficulty of moving old or big animals. If you want us to come to your place to look after your pets, please ring us on 3358 4154 to organise convenient time & day for you.

     

  3. This page is under construction and will be updated shortly.  Please phone or email us if you have any queries.  Phone 07 3358 4154 or click here to email us.

  4. This page is under construction and will be updated shortly.  Please phone or email us if you have any queries.  Phone 07 3358 4154 or click here to email us.

  5. This page is under construction and will be updated shortly.  Please phone or email us if you have any queries.  Phone 07 3358 4154 or click here to email us.

Contact Central New Farm Veterinary Clinic

At the Central New Farm Veterinary Surgery we all love animals and will treat your pets as if they were our own.

Phone:   07 3358 4154
764 Brunswick Street, New Farm QLD 4005

Open Hours
Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Sunday: CLOSED

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