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We're thrilled to announce an upcoming expansion at our Surry Hills practice! This expansion is a testament to our commitment to providing your beloved pets with top-notch care and ensuring your experience with us continues to be exceptional.  What's Happening? Our Surry Hills clinic will be undergoing...

Leptospirosis is continuing to pose a significant threat to our companion animals in Sydney. This illness, commonly affecting dogs, is contracted from contaminated water sources carrying urine from infected wildlife. The bacteria infiltrate a dog’s body by penetrating the skin, potentially leading to a severe...

Pug breathing problems Pugs are adorable and lovable companions, but they are also prone to certain health conditions due to their unique physical characteristics. One of the most common health concerns that affect pugs is Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (BOAS). BOAS, also known as BAS (Brachycephalic...

Are you a pet parent in Greater Sydney, looking for a hassle-free way to ensure your beloved pet receives top-quality veterinary care? Say hello to Southern Cross Veterinary Clinic's Pet Concierge Service - it's like having a personal Uber for your pets! Here’s everything you...

The adrenal gland sits above both kidneys and is responsible for making many vital hormones essential for life. One of those is cortisol. Cortisol is the body’s natural version of the chemical many of us are familiar with – cortisone or steroids.  When the adrenal glands...

Friendly, loving, and outgoing, Cavoodles are one of the most sought-after breeds in Australia. Being originally a cross between Cavalier King Charles Spaniels and Poodles, most cavoodles these days are mae from a cavoodle mother and cavoodle father. This breed is a popular choice for...

Dogs are loyal and social creatures that love to please their masters. In addition to providing companionship, dogs also actively help in reducing stress and anxiety and give us a reason to be physically active. However, owning a dog is not just fun and play....

What is BAS (BOAS) and how can it help Frenchies breathe? Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome (BAS), also known as Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (BOAS), is a respiratory condition affecting animals with flat, squashed faces. This breathing problem is more common in dogs than in cats, and because...

Are Rabbits Good Pets? Pets can add a lot to your life. No matter which type you get, they offer affection, fun, and companionship. There are many different pets available, but one of the most overlooked is the humble rabbit. Bunnies might just be the cutest...