Ask the Vet Greater Geelong and Surf Coasts - Mobile Vet

Ask the Vet Greater Geelong and Surf Coasts - Mobile Vet

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Who agrees wholeheartedly with this poster? Then - Put up your hands and dance like you've won the lotto ...something has got to keep us all sane during lockdown! 😀🐾❤❤
As you all probably know I’m a right pork chop when it comes to going to the vet! I shake, I pant, the folks can’t get me outta the car, I work myself into a frenzy! Mum and Dad have decided it’s time the vet comes to me. Introducing Dr Ivor Ask the Vet Torquay - Mobile Vet 🐶I had the best vet appointment today ever! Even slept through some of it. Check them out if you are down in the Surfcoast or Geelong area and if you’re a pork chop like me (or even if you’re not). 😂🐶🐶❤️ #andtheyhavetreatstoo
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I get instant thanks from my patients and it really makes my day. Sunny Rose - another wonderful darling dog from Jan Juc.
We were very fortunate to have Dr Ivor in the outer Melbourne Eastern Suburbs and miss him and his lovely staff a lot. You are very fortunate to have his services in my favourite place of Torquay. Love from Maximus.
Hi, please also check out my blogs for lots of handy info for your pets

Mobile Vet for Greater Geelong and the Surf Coast, offering both conventional and natural Veterinary medicine

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Can people infect pets with the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2)? 18/10/2021

Can people infect pets with the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2)?

Can People infect Pets with COVID
https://www.askthevet.com.au/post/can-people-infect-pets-with-the-novel-coronavirus-that-causes-covid-19-sars-cov-2

Can people infect pets with the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2)? There is some evidence that cats, dogs, hamsters and ferrets are vulnerable to being infected with SARS-CoV-2 from close contact with infected people, although this does not seem common [1–2]. Therefore, we recommend some precautions to keep people, pets and the community safe [3]. The human-anima...

Winter cometh 18/06/2021

Winter cometh

Winter Tips for your pet https://www.askthevet.com.au/post/winter-cometh

Winter cometh As with us humans, our pets can suffer detrimental effects from the cold and wet weather but also enjoy the perks that we do of being indoors in a warm environment. Keeping your pet warm with a cosy and comfortable place to sleep is a priority. Hypothermia (abnormally low body temperature) can be li...

Winter cometh 17/06/2021

Winter cometh

Winter Tips for your Pet
https://www.askthevet.com.au/post/winter-cometh

Winter cometh As with us humans, our pets can suffer detrimental effects from the cold and wet weather but also enjoy the perks that we do of being indoors in a warm environment. Keeping your pet warm with a cosy and comfortable place to sleep is a priority. Hypothermia (abnormally low body temperature) can be li...

17/06/2021

Weird But True - An orange tabby became mayor of a small Alaskan town called Talkeetna after running uncontested. Mayor Stubbs (named so because he doesn’t have a tail) held the office for 20 years! And while he didn’t wield any real governmental power, his approval ratings were high among locals and tourists alike. Following this logic - could the next mayor of Surf Coast be 4-legged? 😀

15/06/2021

Winter tips for keeping your pet - cosy, healthy and happy

15/06/2021
Timeline photos 31/05/2021

Timeline photos

29/05/2021

Love for Pets - Real Food for Pets - is currently Sold Out. We will keep you informed when our next batch is available. Thank you for your support of our local project.

Do domestic animals spread novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19)? 29/05/2021

Do domestic animals spread novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19)?

Do domestic animals spread novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19)?
https://www.askthevet.com.au/post/do-domestic-animals-spread-novel-coronavirus-disease-covid-19

Do domestic animals spread novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19)? There is no evidence that domestic animals can transmit the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) to people or that they are involved in the spread of COVID-19. The current spread of the disease called COVID-19 is a result of human-to-human transmission of a novel coronavirus known as....

Timeline photos 29/05/2021

Timeline photos

Timeline photos 29/05/2021

Timeline photos

27/05/2021
Tips - how to safely exercise your dog 25/05/2021

Tips - how to safely exercise your dog

Did you know that in Victoria it is illegal to have a pet on your lap while driving? So - here are few tips on how to safely exercise your pet. https://www.askthevet.com.au/post/tips-how-to-safely-exercise-your-dog

Tips - how to safely exercise your dog If you have a dog or puppy, or plan to get one, it’s important that you let them exercise on a regular basis. Exercising is not only good for their physical and mental health, but also helps them to socialise with other dogs and puppies, which is crucial to their behavioural development. What’s ...

14/05/2021

Fun Fact - Your dog's sense of smell is 10,000 times stronger than yours...and a Wombat's sense of smell is 10,000 times better than a dogs'

09/05/2021

To all those amazing Mums who look after four leg babies.....

06/05/2021

Give your pet a stress free vet visit... Call Dr Ivor on M:0407 446 901.

04/05/2021

Just because...

Handy Map - Off Lead Parks for Dogs in the Surf Coast 30/04/2021

Handy Map - Off Lead Parks for Dogs in the Surf Coast

Here's a handy thing to have : a map of all the off lead areas for dogs in the Surf Coast Region...
https://www.askthevet.com.au/post/handy-map-off-lead-parks-for-dogs-in-the-surf-coast

Handy Map - Off Lead Parks for Dogs in the Surf Coast Hi, Do you ever get bored walking your dog in the same area all the time? Well - I have a solution - have a look at all the off lead dog areas in the Surf Coast Region and why not visit them this weekend with your dog! Yes - somewhere new to walk for you and your dog!! This brochure is produced by t...

30/04/2021

I call this the dirty dozen of the plant world - the 12 most toxic plants for pets. A lot are very common household plants. Good to know https://www.askthevet.com.au/post/top-12-most-toxic-plants-for-pets

26/04/2021
A is for Animals | Australian War Memorial 21/04/2021

A is for Animals | Australian War Memorial

Thinking of Anzac Day coming up very soon...Did you know the Australian War Memorial has a section called A is for Animals. It tells the story of animals who were in war zones with our armed forces. Take a look...https://www.awm.gov.au/visit/exhibitions/animals

A is for Animals | Australian War Memorial A is for Animals A is for Animals offers an A to Z of animals in war, from mascots and messengers to creepy-crawlies. Animals are put to many uses in war. Sometimes they have jobs to do: the horses, camels, mules, and donkeys used to transport soldiers and equipment, as well as carrier pigeons and t...

Top 12 Most Dangerous Foods for Dogs 20/04/2021

Top 12 Most Dangerous Foods for Dogs

I call this the Dirty Dozen - the 12 most toxic things your pet can eat. Good to know...https://www.askthevet.com.au/post/top-12-most-dangerous-foods-for-dogs

Top 12 Most Dangerous Foods for Dogs Hopefully you will never have to face the situation where your dog has ingested any of the following, but it is good to know what they are. · Chocolate · Grapes · Raisins · Fruit stones · Onions · Garlic bulbs · Xylitol (Artificial sweetener often found in many food including chewing gum) · ...

Why is Socialising so important? 16/04/2021

Why is Socialising so important?

Socialising has so many benefits - not just for us, but for puppies too. Check out all the info on how you can do super simple things to socialise your puppy....https://www.askthevet.com.au/post/why-is-socialising-so-important

Why is Socialising so important? Puppy socialisation is not only great for your pup it’s great for you too. A socialised puppy will find it easier to engage with all that is around them because they will understand the “rules of engagement”. The benefit is you’ll be able to take them confidently along with you, knowing that...

13/04/2021
Can your dog identify you just by your smell? 12/04/2021

Can your dog identify you just by your smell?

Could your dog identify you just by your smell? The answer's here...https://www.askthevet.com.au/post/can-your-dog-identify-you-just-by-your-smell

Can your dog identify you just by your smell? Dogs cannot only identify us by smell, they seem to like the smell of their human best – so there you have it. You are their MOST favourite smelly thing. While we humans identify people by their appearance, dogs rely more on their sense of smell. In an early fMRI study, dogs were presented with fi...

How often should I wash my dog? 08/04/2021

How often should I wash my dog?

How often do you wash your dog? Weekly? Monthly? Yearly? The answer is surprising.... https://www.askthevet.com.au/post/how-often-should-i-wash-my-dog

How often should I wash my dog? How often should you wash your dog? Once a week? Once every 6-8 weeks? Once a year? Skin is the largest organ in the body. It's a window for what is going on internally as well as externally. A very common question I get asked is "Why is my puppy itchy?. I have washed him each week in the puppy sham...

01/04/2021
31/03/2021

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Easter Egg Hunts are FUN! If you have pets:
* Please don't let them join in!
* Keep Pets well away from the area.
* Chocolate is really toxic for dogs and cats.
* M:0407 446 901 Dr. Ivor - Torquay's Local Mobile Vet

30/03/2021

Thinking of a Yummy Treat for Easter....for your pets... Shop Local....
https://www.loveforpets.com.au/shop

Easter Fun 2021 29/03/2021

Easter Fun 2021

Easter is only a few days away. A few tips for a Happy one:

Easter Fun 2021 Ah - the list is probably long for this coming Easter! Food for Easter lunch? Yep, done. Chocolate bunnies for the family? Yep - got 'em. Now how about adding a treat for your pet on that list? That way, they can enjoy a delicious and enriching Easter feast just like you and your human family member...

29/03/2021

Here for you... Easy online booking https://www.askthevet.com.au/book-online

Dog conflict toolkit 28/03/2021

Dog conflict toolkit

Just in case you need this, some info at your fingertips... how to handle a situation that could save your dog's life. https://www.askthevet.com.au/post/dog-conflict-toolkit

Dog conflict toolkit General advice for a situation in which conflict cannot be avoided: Stay calm and try not to panic. If you panic, this is likely to make the situation worse as it can make the dogs even more stressed and reactive. It is important that you do not try to physically separate dogs who are fighting. Pu...

Dr Ivors Friday Video.mp4 25/03/2021

Dr Ivors Friday Video.mp4

Because it's Friday....

Dr Ivors Friday Video.mp4

25/03/2021

Because it's Friday....

25/03/2021

Shhh...let her sleep...

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Torquay Animal House Torquay Animal House
120 Geelong Rd
Torquay, 3228

Torquay and Surfcoast Veterinary Clinics Torquay and Surfcoast Veterinary Clinics
29 Surfcoast Highway
Torquay, 3228

The Torquay and Surfcoast Veterinary Clinics are a multi-vet small animal practice and have been caring for pets along the Surfcoast since 1985. ph (03)5261 4137