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How to Senior Proof Your House!

Taking care of an older pet does require a little more effort and attention. Things that were once easy for your cat or dog, may now be a struggle for them. Changing a few things up in your house to … Read More

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Grooming your Senior Cat

It’s a well-known fact that cats do a pretty good job of keeping themselves clean and well-groomed. However, as cats age, they will need a bit of extra help making sure their coats are in the best condition possible – … Read More

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The Importance of Nail Trims for Older Pets

Dog and cat nails grow continuously, just like ours do. However, Nail Trimming is often an overlooked aspect of pet care, especially for our senior animals. As our animal’s age, pets are much less likely to be able to wear … Read More

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Teaching an Old Dog a New Trick

Your pooch may not want to chase a ball all day, or test the latest equipment at the dog park – but daily exercise is still an important part of your older pups health and wellbeing. You may think that … Read More

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Do you have a Pet Emergency Management Plan?

Acting now to prepare for the Worst. We have encountered many natural disasters in the Canterbury area over the past 10-12 years.  We are a resilient bunch, but it can certainly take a toll on our health and wellbeing and … Read More

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Important Changes for Cat Owners in Selwyn District

It’s recently been announced by the Selwyn District Council they are making microchipping of cats mandatory, with owners facing the prospect of a significant fine if they choose not to. Read the full details here. All cats in the Selwyn … Read More

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Preparing for the Chilly Weather Ahead

This time of year is perfect for preparing your pet for the changeable conditions ahead. In this months newsletter, we talk about all things prevention. Annual health checks and ensuring your cat has a professional groom is important this time … Read More

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Class is now in session!

Our Puppy Training service has been in development for a long time, and we are excited about offering this to our clients. It represents excellent value for money and will provide tremendous gains for your puppy being trained in the comfort of your … Read More

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Health and Maintenance made easy!

Looking for a convenient and affordable way to help keep your pet in the best of Health? Making sure that our animals are in tip-top condition can be hard work, especially with the added pressure of taking an uncooperative pet … Read More

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Newsletter – Eat, Repeat! Our Food Management Program is now open exclusively to clients.

In this newsletter: We talk through a better way to buy your pet food directly through The Mobile Vet Nurse. Introducing The Mobile Vet Nurse Food Management Program There are lots of factors to consider when choosing the right kind … Read More

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Newsletter – Winter 2018: Pet Care Tips

Winter Care for Your Pet Cat Grooming – An Essential Winter Service Dog Registration – Due 31 July 2018 Refer a Friend and Save! Need to Cancel a Booking? Book Us in Advance Hey there! Can you believe that winter … Read More

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Newsletter – November 2017: Christmas Edition

Hey there! This is a hectic time of year, isn’t it? Our pets are experts at picking up on our emotions, especially stress at the weeks leading up to Christmas. Minimise the impact on you and your pets with the … Read More

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These Foods are Dangerous to Cats and Dogs

We know it’s tempting to share all the joys of Christmas with your cats and dogs. However, there are many foods, plants and other items that are poisonous or harmful to your pets. Human foods, drinks, medications and supplements are … Read More

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Newsletter – September 2017

Hey there! This month The Mobile Vet Nurse is celebrating seven years of caring for your pets!! It’s been so much fun serving you and your incredible companions. I know the next seven years are going to be even more … Read More

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The Mobile Vet Nurse Christchurch Mail 6 July 2017

Home visits take hassle out of winter pet care Cats and dogs can be stoical creatures in the winter months, crouched in tight, watchful balls in the cold dawn or eager to get outdoors if they spy a leash. But … Read More

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The Mobile Vet Nurse Christchurch Mail 6 April 2017

Home visits less stress for you and your pet Autumn, for all its fresh breezes and cool days, can be a very uncomfortable time of year for cats. Their coats thicken quickly in preparation for winter, which for shaggier felines … Read More

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