Pleasant Pet News 2017

Pleasant Pet News is our quarterly newsletter sharing articles on various medical conditions, new programmes, events and updates. Download soft copies below or pick up your free copy at any of our 9 clinics.

jan to mar 2017

The health of our dogs and cats is sometimes compromised by bacteria, viruses and parasites which cause diseases such as kennel cough, tick fever, FIV, FeLV and cat flu. We can help prevent infectious diseases through vaccinations, parasite-control and good hygiene. Early detection and treatment give our animals the best chances of recovery.

Ziggy the Little Warrior recovering from tetanus

Click to read => Pleasant Pet News Jan-Mar 2017

  • Feline Upper Respiratory Tract Infections
  • FIV and FeLV
  • Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)
  • Preventing Tick Fever In Dogs
  • Heartworm Disease In Dogs
  • Canine Infectious Tracheobronchitis (Kennel Cough)
  • Tetanus Or Lockjaw In Cats
  • Feline Parvovirus
  • Puppy Diarrhea
  • Mount Pleasant Gives Back 2016
  • Mount Pleasant Central (Whitley) Is Renovating

Our team at Mount Pleasant Central (Whitley)

apr to jun 2017

It is estimated that 85% of all pets have periodontal disease by the time they are 3 years old. Even with regular brushing, we should be visiting our dentist every 6 months. Same for our beloved pets. Examine your pet’s teeth today and seek veterinary attention early. Prevention is always better than cure!

Click to read => Pleasant Pet News Apr-Jun 2017

  • June is Pet Dental Month
  • 4 Steps To Brushing Your Pet’s Teeth
  • Anaesthesia And Your Pet
  • Is Pre-Anaesthetic Blood Test Necessary?
  • Preventive Care For Our Dogs And Cats
  • Normal Vital Signs In Dogs And Cats
  • Some Super Heroes Don’t Wear Capes
  • Community Outreach And Events

We share advances in interventional radiology which allow vets to perform minimally-invasive procedures such as tracheal stent placement for animals with tracheal collapse. Learn some tips on bonding with our pocket pets as well as the benefits of sterilisation to prevent certain medical and behavioural issues. Sterilisation is a responsible decision to lessen the problem of pet over-population.

Intraluminal tracheal stenting is a palliative, minimally-invasive procedure to restore an obstructed or narrowed tracheal lumen.

Click to read => Pleasant Pet News Jul-Sep 2017

  • Interventional Radiology: Tracheal Stenting
  • Bonding With Pocket Pets
  • Diabetes Mellitus In Cats
  • Flash Glucose Monitoring System
  • Importance Of Sterilisation For Dogs And Cats
  • Pyometra (Uterus Infection)
  • Doing Good Giving Back

We welcome medical stories of your animal friends to educate and inspire others. Email us at and be part of Mount Pleasant community over at our Website and Facebook.