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Ikhala Veterinary Clinic

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic17 hours ago

BILIARY ALERT!!

Recently, we have seen a massive increase of biliary in dogs and cats. It is a myth that your pets should not be covered for ticks during winter. Please make sure that your pets are covered for ticks all year round. During winter is when we see the most biliary cases!

Symptoms of biliary to look out for are:
Lethargy
Pale gums
Loss of appetite
Fever
Dark or red coloured urine

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic1 week ago

NEWS FLASH!
Recently, we have seen a lot of dogs coming in for treatment with Kennel Cough. Kennel cough is a contagious respiratory disease that can be caused by various bacteria and viruses.
It causes the following symptoms:
Loud and chronic honking cough,
Nasal or eye discharge,
Fever,
Loss of appetite.
Kennel cough is highly contagious and spreads rapidly through suburban areas such as Grahamstown / Makhanda.
It is a myth that only dogs in kennels can catch Kennel cough in fact dogs can get it from contact with any other dog even through a gate.
Vaccination against the common causes for Kennel Cough is available and is only R275!
Call the clinic today to make your appointment!
#kennelcough #vaccinateyourpets

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic1 week ago

Contact Ikhala today! Spaces are filling fast!
#puppyclasses #puppytraining #newtricks

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic3 weeks ago

NEW STOCK HAS ARRIVED!

We are excited to announce that we stock MONTEGO CLASSIC!!

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic3 weeks ago

Have you met?
Today we would like to introduce Dr Emily Baxter!
Emily will be spending more time in the clinic for the rest of the year and helping ensure your fur babies are happy and healthy!
Emily has been part of the Ikhala team since 2016, focusing on wildlife and conservation, she graduated from the University of Bristol (UK) in 2013. She was drawn to Africa by its incredible wildlife and spent 9 months volunteering for Ikhala Wildlife and Amakhala Game Reserve. She returned to the UK to work in a mixed animal practice for 18 months, treating everything from mice and snakes to cows and horses. After working in the UK for a while, she decided to join the Ikhala family permanently in 2016 and settle in the Eastern Cape!
We hope you're as excited to meet Emily as she is to meet you!
#HaveYouMet #veterinarian

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic

Ikhala Veterinary Clinic3 weeks ago

Puppy Training starting next month! Call or email the clinic or message us on Facebook to book your spot. 🐾

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