Dana Bay Veterinary Clinic

Caring for your animals

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Consulting Hours

Mondays - Fridays 08:00 - 11:00 and 15:00 - 18:00
Saturdays 08:00 - 11:00
Sundays 09:00 - 10:00 (Emergencies Only)

Contact Us

Telephone number 044 698 1815 / 044 698 1785
Fax number 044 698 1858
Email address dbayvets@gmail.com 
Emergencies 084 021 2427

Pet Articles

Here is a collection of interesting pet - related articles that were written for our local paper. They get published monthly with the aim of creating awareness and educating our pet owners.

Dental care

Bad Breath in our pets

Bad breath is often joked about in our favourite pets but dental disease affects about 80% of our pets over the age of 3.

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Benefits of dog training

Benefits of dog training

Training your dog ( or cat .. ) is a team effort and by doing this, a bond and close relationship gets built that could end up saving your life. We keep pets for various reasons – whether guarding, companionship or assistance, but the basic principal remains : the better trained they are, the more pleasant they are to work with and the more enjoyment they bring to all who come in contact with them.

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Cancer in animals

Cancer in animals

November in CANSA month – a month where awareness is made of cancer – not just the disease but also the victory in treatment. In animals, we have also seen a huge surge in cancers – both in the incidence and diagnosis but also in the successful treatments and cure.

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Before buying a cat

Katte en hulle dinge 

1.Thought to consider before buying a cat ?

  • A cat’s life span is normally 15-18 years – are you and your family willing to commit to such a time span ?
  • Have all the family members agreed to having a cat ?

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Biliary in dogs and cats

Understanding Biliary in dogs and cats

We live in a lovely moderate climatic area where things never really get too hot or too cold. It is not only us that appreciate this lovely weather. Ticks too show real appreciation and this is done by transmitting biliary ( bosluiskoors / babesiosis / tick bite fever ) to our animals.

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Animals in distress

Handling an animal in distress :

All of us will occasionally come across an animal in distress. They are either lost , have been hit by a car , are scared of thunder or have been scared by people trying to restrain it. Either way – they are distressed , adrenaline levels are high and it will be almost impossible to judge their normal temperament as they are trying to flee.

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