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 2018
Animals come to us with different kinds of medical conditions, some more debilitating than others. Even if our pets are diagnosed with cancer, it is not a death sentence. As a team, we accept the diagnosis, manage pain and provide the medical care required to help our animals maintain a good quality of life.
Click to read => Pleasant Pet News Jan-Mar 2018
- Cancer And Chemotherapy: Osteosarcoma
- Canine Lymphoma
- Septic Peritonitis
- Heartworm Disease And Prevention
- Puppy Socialisation
- Mount Pleasant Gives Back 2017
Apr to Jun 2018
Since we launched our Mount Pleasant Blood Donor Programme in April 2016, we are encouraged by our blood donors and their big-hearted families who have been helping us save lives. We celebrate some of them in this issue. June is our Pet Dental Month. Regular home care and a 6-monthly dental check is the best way to maintain your pet’s dental health. Prevention is always better than cure.
Click to read => Pleasant Pet News Apr-Jun 2018
- Blood Donation Saves Lives
- What Happens On Donation Day
- Meet Our Mount Pleasant Heroes
- Pets Need Dental Care Too
- 4 Steps To Brushing Your Pet’s Teeth
- June Is Pet Dental Month
jul to sep 2018
Like us, senior pets require more medical attention for age-related health issues such as arthritis, dental disease, vision and hearing loss. Early detection of disease, appropriate treatment and pain management is crucial. Preventive veterinary care and regular health screens not only add years to your pet’s life, it also improves quality of life.
Click to read => Pleasant Pet News Jul-Sep 2018
- Caring For Our Senior Pets
- Pain Management For Pets
- Caring for Parrots And Senior Birds
- Cataracts Or Senile Nuclear Sclerosis
- Why Is My Pet Drinking So Much?
- Liver Shunt Surgery
OCT TO DEC 2018
We celebrate Pet Preventive Care in Nov and Dec. Health Screening is not just for senior pets – it is for pets of all life stages. Many animals do not display signs of pain or diseases that may have developed. Early detection and treatment through health screens can prolong the quality of your pet’s life.
Click to read => Pleasant Pet News Oct to Dec 2018
- Annual Health Screen
- Congestive Heart Failure In Dogs
- Diabetes Mellitus In Cats
- Cleaning Your Dog’s Ears
- Neutering And Scrotal Ablation
- Urinary Obstruction And Perineal Urethrostomy
- Hamster Testicular Abscess
- Double-Chambered Right Ventricle