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  43 North Terrace, Littlehampton SA 5250  

Pet Enrichment

22 Jan Littlehampton Vet Uncategorized

Our pets can be left to their own devices for hours each day due to our busy lifestyles, but can we still have happy and healthy pets and maintain our busy schedules? Most pets are highly intelligent and social animals who need to have quality daily interaction with their humans

Kittens For Adoption

22 Mar Littlehampton Vet Uncategorized ,

These three kitten came to us cowering and completely petrified of people. After observing them, Catherine was determined that they were horribly mistreated. Their first contact and socialization with people was traumatic and it is likely they were kept in a cage that was kicked around. After our staff worked


5 Dec Littlehampton Vet Uncategorized

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Christmas 2018 Opening Hours

4 Dec Littlehampton Vet Uncategorized

The clinic will close on the 24th of December and re-open on the 4th of January 2019.   Opening Hours for 2019- 8:00am – 6:00pm Monday to Friday 8:30am- 2:00pm Saturday Closed- Sunday The Staff at Littlehampton Veterinary Clinic wish you a safe and happy holidays.

Three More KFC Kittens at Littlehampton Vet!!

19 Oct Littlehampton Vet Uncategorized

We just received three more KFC Stray Kittens!  They are in rough shape compared to the two we got yesterday. Their mother was hit by car Monday so 48 hours without food! Will write more later with photos!

Mould Toxicity in Dogs

9 Oct Littlehampton Vet Uncategorized

Many people believe that dogs have cast iron stomachs and therefore can eat foods that are we humans would not tolerate, like mouldy food. This is unfortunately not true; mould toxicity is the cause of many agonizing canine deaths and in the worst case scenario closely resembles strychnine poisoning. Mycotoxins

First Dog Snake Bite of the Season

18 Sep Littlehampton Vet Uncategorized

So last Tuesday, September 13, it was freezing cold and raining cats and dogs. That day we saw our first dog snake bite of the season. Snakes come out when median temperature reaches 15 degrees C., on the weekend Spring looked close, close enough to get Brown snakes moving. Our patient

Jasper’s last call for Help

25 Jul Littlehampton Vet Uncategorized

Jasper is a very handsome tabby who needs your help. He came to the clinic over 3 months ago as his owner could no longer keep him. It became our mission to find him a new home as we certainly do not like ‘putting to sleep’ healthy animals.  He is

A Cat’s Sixth Sense – Hermione’s Story

6 Jul Littlehampton Vet Uncategorized

Five years ago a very special litter of kittens arrived at our door, they were only three weeks of age and would require special care. One of the kittens was a third of the size of the others and was so outgoing, always at the front of the cage demanding

Case History – A Canine Facelift

25 Mar Littlehampton Vet News, Uncategorized

Dogs that have excessive skinfolds around the face can suffer a variety of health problems such as eye ulcers and breathing problems. Breeds most affected by this problem include: Shar Peis, Pugs, Cocker Spaniels and Boxers. Dogs with excessive skin folds can greatly benefit by surgical removal of the extra skin,

Veterinary Consultations are by Appointment Only

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Our Consultation hours are Monday to Friday 10:00am to 12:30pm and 4:00pm to 6:00pm and Saturday 9:00am to 1:00pm.
Please telephone us to make an appointment. You can also email via our contact page if you have a general enquiry.

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