Dog Graduates With Honours
Fun and informative puppy training course at Murdoch University
A dog graduating from Murdoch University… Can this be true? Puppies attending Murdoch University Veterinary Hospital’s puppy classes ‘graduate’ as Puppy Good Citizens at the end of the 4 week course. Monique Strombolini, puppy class coordinator from the university’s Small Animal General Practice, says that puppy classes are an ideal opportunity for puppies to socialise with others at a young age, helping them to become well adjusted, well behaved dogs. Puppy classes are conducted in a safe and fun environment where pups are able to romp with each other while their owners learn how to care for and socialise their dogs.
Topics covered during the 4 weeks course include:
Teaching your pup good manners
Learning basic commands sit, stay, come
Nutrition and grooming tips
Communication techniques between owner and puppy
Socialisation with other animals and people
Healthcare – vaccinations, worming, flea treatments
Murdoch University Small Animal General Practice is open to the public for consultations without a referral. The practice provides full veterinary services for the local community and is unique in that it has direct access to the specialist and referral departments of the hospital. The immaculate facilities include an onsite laboratory, diagnostic imaging department (including radiology, ultrasound and CT scanner – all results are interpreted by specialists for the benefit of the GP patients), specialised surgical theatres, state-of-the-art anaesthetic monitoring and brand new pet dentistry rooms with dental X-ray machine.
Pets visiting the Small Animal General Practice will be under the care of very experienced veterinarians, with final year veterinary students observing and administering some extra TLC, so you can rest easy knowing your fur baby is in the very best hands.
Compassionate care for your best friend.
Pets visiting the Small Animal General Practice will be under the direct care of very experienced veterinarians, with final year veterinary students observing and administering some extra TLC.
The Small Animal General Practice has direct access to the following:
Diagnostic imaging department (including radiology, ultrasound and ct scanner – all results are interpreted by specialists for the benefit of the gp patients)
Specialised surgical theatres and State-of-the-art anaesthetic monitoring
Brand new pet dentistry facility with dental x-ray machine
90 South Street, Murdoch
Murdoch University Small Animal General Practice Directions to the Clinic: Turn into the uni at the traffic lights, opposite the St John of God Hospital entrance
The practice is open to the public Monday to Friday from 8am – 6pm for consultations by appointment.