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Feline Vaccine Shortage
Feline Vaccine Shortage
in General , All About Cats
Due to complicated supply problems post-COVID, there is currently a shortage of feline vaccines in Australia, and this is expected to continue until early 2024. This has already had a major impact on shelters, with some having to close their doors to new cat and kitten admissions. Due to the supply issue we expect we […]

May 2022 COVID-19 Update
May 2022 COVID-19 Update
in General
As the pandemic and its devastation come slowly under control we have moved closer to our pre-pandemic ways. While we learn to live with the virus we continue to follow all government regulations and guidance. We have relaxed our previous strict limits on person to person contact. Face to face consultations are becoming more common. […]

September 2021 COVID-19 Update
September 2021 COVID-19 Update
in General
As the pandemic and its devastation drag on we continue to follow all government regulations and guidance. With Victoria again under Stay at Home Directions from the Chief Health Officer we have had to revert to very strict limits on person to person contact. We are most commonly doing “contactless consultations”, are limiting the number […]

May COVID-19 Update
May COVID-19 Update
in General
As the pandemic and its devastation drag on we continue to follow all government regulations and guidance. Whilst we have been able to relax some of the restrictions and changes we introduced at the height of Melbourne’s second wave we have not been able to return to normal as yet. We are still having to […]

July COVID-19 Update Including Current Opening Hours
July COVID-19 Update Including Current Opening Hours
in General
Unfortunately in recent times we have seen further outbreaks of COVID-19 across Melbourne which has led to the application of Stay at Home restrictions to Metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire. At the beginning of the crisis we implemented a number of protocols to help protect our clients and staff. We understand that some of these […]

Novel Corona Virus
Novel Corona Virus
in General
    Corona Virus and Bundoora Veterinary Group. What is it? The corona virus is a new virus first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. As this discovery is only months old, we are still learning a great deal about it. Information and recommendations about how to respond to it at an individual, team, organisational […]
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