Here are some happy customers enjoying the cupcakes from our RSPCA Cupcake Day last week. It was a huge success and we raised over $750 for the RSPCA thanks to all of our wonderful clients who came in and participated. Our “Puppy Cakes” were a huge hit.More
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DOB: 29th September 1996
Passed away: 27th June 2011
You are THE ONE for me and I will eternally love you. You bought continuous and unconditional LOVE into my life and always gave everything to me. You bought PURPOSE to my life. You created WOOFYS and so many other dogs’ and their parents’ lives were improved and enriched because of you. You are a true SHAMAN. I promise you will live on and we will help others with canine cancers.
DOB: 6th August 1990
Passed away: 20th December 2010
I was so sad to loose my beautiful furry friend Gumnut, more often known as The Nut or Little Nutty a couple of days ago to kidney failure. I remember the day she arrived as a tiny kitten, full of personality and trouble from the start.More
For nearly 17 years, Verb has been a loyal companion. She was hand-picked as a kitten from a small farm in Romeo, Michigan (USA) 16 ½ years ago.More
“to us she was the best dog in the world…. we will miss her forever.”More
Breed: Cross breed
Sex: Female – Speyed
Current Weight: 23kgs
History: Kirra was presented to Wilston Vet Surgery because she was very lethargic and hadn’t eaten in 3 days. She had also been vomiting for 48 hours on and off. Kirra had been taken to the Pet ER, the emergency after-hours center, a week prior as she had been drooling excessively.More
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Sex: Male, desexed
In memory of Apollo.
History: Poor little Apollo had been run over by a car several years ago and ever since then he had been totally blind in both eyes. Apart from that, he had been in very good health. However, for the last few months one of his eyes had become increasingly watery and sore.More
Wilston Vet supports the charity organisation Pets Without Partners by providing discounted desexing procedures to these orphaned and abandoned animals seeking new homes.More
The KBBG is a group of small business owners who meet once a month to network, fundraise and share ideas.More
Wilston Vet donated $1000 to the Victorian Bushfire Appeal via Provet. Provet is a veterinary supply company that provides our surgery with drugs, food and merchandise.More