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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
A message from Dr Brian O’Donohoe: After 39 years at the Bundoora Veterinary Group, I will be retiring on Thursday the 28th of June 2018. I have formed many wonderful relationships with clients and patients during this time, and am sad to be leaving them and an organisation which has been such an important part […]
While we enjoy having a dip in the pool or at the beach on a warm summer’s day, the extreme heat is a serious issue for our pets. The number of cases we see of heat stressed animals is increasing despite it being a preventable issue.
In the event that you have a stray animal in your possession, the first place to call is your local council. They provide services for collection of stray animals both during normal business hours and also after hours, every day of the year, so they should ALWAYS be able to help.
However, in the event that your local council are unable to provide assistance, Bundoora Veterinary Clinic will always accept the animal into our facility.