Pet Care Tips

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...

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...

Humans have always been social beings. We crave companionship, love, and affection, not just of other humans, but of animals as well. We have domesticated animals and have depended upon them for various purposes over thousands of years. While initially, humans depended upon their domesticated...

If your pet is itchy, and they are up to date with their good quality flea control and don't have gastrointestinal symptoms regularly, it is safe to say that their immune systems are being triggered by something in the environment - or that they are...

While often thought of as ‘low-maintenance’ pets, rabbits generally are easy to look after, however, vaccinating them is one of those really important parts of their healthcare to make sure they stay healthy  A virus belonging to the ‘calicivirus’ family is circulating around most cities and suburbs...

It’s a new world and the veterinary clinic has responded With the changing world, the family veterinary clinic has also changed, almost in every way for the better At Southern Cross, we think it’s important, however, for your pet’s doctor to be familiar with their history and...

French bulldogs are quickly gaining in popularity all over the world. Their quirky and playful personality make them an ideal pet to keep the children entertained, and their comparatively high level of awareness makes them excellent watchdogs as well. These are some of the reasons...

How much does cruciate ligament dog surgery cost? Well, that depends on a lot of different factors, but the average of cruciate ligament surgery cost for a dog in Australia is $4,000 - $7,000. Cruciate damage is one of the most common orthopaedic injuries in dogs and...