Cat Nail Trimming and Ear Cleaning

Many cats do not require ear cleaning. It is recommended that you clean your cat’s ears only if recommended by your Veterinarian. Nail trimming can be done monthly however if they are provided with adequate scratching posts etc. nails typically do not need to be trimmed as frequently. If you find that your cat is destroying your furniture we can help to modify this unwanted behaviour by applying “soft paws” to minimize the damage created by unwanted scratching.

What grooming services does the clinic provide?

Grooming services are provided at a few of our sister clinics. Please contact us for further details.

What is our clinic booking and cancellation policy?

All appointments need to be pre-booked with our Client Care Specialists. We would appreciate that you contact us as soon as you are aware that you will be unable to keep your appointment. At that time, we will make every effort to rebook an appointment that is convenient for you.

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