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Coast Animal Health Lakehaven
231 Wallarah Rd
Kanwal
NSW 2259

Phone:
02 4392 8822
Fax:
02 4392 0146

Heartworm Awareness - Is your Heart Protected?

Coast Animal Health recommends Proheart Heartworm Injection.
Our staff protect their dogs with Proheart heartworm injection because:
1. 100% effective

2. Convenient - most of our staff are busy working mums and  don't have time to remember to give a heartworm tablet e

very month.
Most people forget to give 4 -5 monthly doses, but what they don't realise is that their pets heart is unprotected for those missed doses.

Coast Animal Health is offering a FREE Proheart Injection for all new puppies at their 2nd vaccination.
and a  FREE HEARTWORM TEST with every patient changing over to Proheart heartworm injection from monthly preventives.

Let us take the stress out of heartworm!

 

Central Coast Council subsidy desexing program.
Apply with council for your desexing voucher and then call 43928822 to book your pet in for desexing.

Central Coast Council has introduced a new program to support our community in responsible pet ownership by providing a subsidy for the desexing procedure.

Council will provide eligible residents with a Desexing Voucher, valued up to $180, to assist with the cost of thede-sexing procedure when carried out by Coast Animal Health

The owner must pay the remaining required fee directly to

the Coast Animal Health

To apply, complete the Subsidies Desexing Program

Application Form available online or from your local Council office. Submit your form to one of Council's Customer

Service Centres with proof of current pensioner or low income status .

Applications must be made in the name of the registered owner who meets the eligibility requirements.

For Further information please contact Sara Blanchfield, Wyong Office: 02 4350 5555

To be eligible for a voucher residents must:

Reside in the Central Coast Council local government area

entitlements from Centrelink and/ or the Department of Veterans' Affairs. Concession cards are required to besighted on receipt of application. Owner must be in receipt of a pension or other be the owner of a non de-sexed cat or dog, which is not

registered, but one which you are willing to microchip before the procedure.

Be the owner of a registered, non de-sexed cat or dog.  

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bookings Required

Please call (02) 4392 8822 for more information or to book your pet in. We are located on the main road (Wallarah Road) Kanwal near the Sparks Road roundabout. 

If you are a pensioner you can apply for low cost desexing performed at our clinic thru the Animal Welfare League. Contact:  Helen on 4342 2047 or 4344 6650 9am-3pm.  

BENEFITS OF DESEXING

There are many reasons why pet owners should desex their pets. As well as helping to stop pet overpopulation, the following are some of the other benefits associated with desexing cats and dogs.

Health

  • Reduced risk of getting cancer or other diseases of the reproductive organs, such as testicular cancer, prostate cancer/disorders in males, and cystic ovaries, ovarian tumors, acute uterine infections and breast cancer in females, and also other diseases like mammary cancer, perianal tumors and perianal hamias.
  • Females can suffer from physical and nutritional exhaustion if continually breeding.
  • Pets generally live longer and healthier lives.

Behavioural

  • Pets are less prone to wander, fight, and are less likely to get lost or injured.
  • Reduces territorial behaviour such as spraying indoors.
  • Less likely to suffer from anti-social behaviors. They become more affectionate and become better companions.
  • Eliminates "heat" cycles in female cats and their efforts to get outside in search for a mate.
  • Eliminates male dogs' urge to "mount" people's legs.

Please call (02) 4392 8822 for more information or to book your pet in. We are located on the main road (Wallarah Road) Kanwal near the Sparks Road roundabout.