Your Pet’s Caring Vet Clinic
in Coffs Harbour
All Animals Welcome
At Blue & White Veterinary Clinic, we’ve been providing quality pet care to animals from all walks of life in Coffs Harbour since 2001. As proud animal enthusiasts, we believe it’s our responsibility to look after pets, welcome them in as family and do everything we can to make sure they live happily and healthily.
Our vet clinic is proudly open 6 days a week and we also offer after-hours care for pet emergencies. Call our friendly vets today on (02) 6651 2477.
Treatments & Surgeries
Is your dog scratching more than usual? Is your cat struggling to eat? Or have you noticed unexpected weight loss in your four-legged friend? No matter your concerns, our experienced vets are happy to look after your pet—even if it’s just for a general check-up! At our Coffs Harbour clinic, we provide a huge number of treatments and surgeries:
- Desexing & microchipping
- Flea & tick control
- Pet vaccinations
- Pet grooming
- X-rays & ultrasounds
- Soft tissue & orthopedic surgeries
We also offer a range of specialist treatments for dogs, cats and senior pets. Do you have a puppy? Enrol your latest family member at our puppy school. Do you have a kitten? Drop in and get your feline friend vaccinated against common diseases. Is your pet having difficulty standing up? We can help improve their quality of life with arthritis management treatments.
Frequently Asked Questions
Diarrhea in pets is common. Diarrhea in dogs and cats ranges from being self-limiting to life-threatening. It will depend on the severity of the diarrhea, what is causing it and your pet’s general health status.
The short answer is no; cow milk should not be given to your cat. Cats actually cannot process regular dairy products very efficiently. They lack the enzyme needed to properly digest dairy products called lactase.
If your dog is not cleaning himself as much as he used to, then there may be something wrong. The signs of a sick dog can include an overall lack of energy and loss of appetite. If your pet is vomiting and has diarrhea, this may signal that he has been exposed to some type of disease.