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13
Jul

Ensuring pet safety during a natural disaster

You may think having a pet disaster plan sounds like a strange idea. But with super storms, flooding and bushfire risk part of living in Wahroonga, Turramurra and the upper North Shore of Sydney, it’s important to have a plan. Looking after your family and your family pets during...
29
Oct

How choosing the right vet clinic saves you time

Location shouldn’t always be the only thing you consider when you’re picking a vet clinic. Take Fox Valley vets for example. We’re not a Normanhurst vet clinic, but we do attract patients from Normanhurst. It’s what we offer as a pet healthcare provider...
15
Oct

More tips to spring clean your pet’s welfare

You don;t have to be a Turramurra vet clinic to know Spring is a great time for everyone. We get more active and we enjoy the outdoors more. That’s why it’s important to ensure the following aspects of your family pet’s welfare are taken care of. Here’s our guide to spring...
20
Aug

Out and about with your pet in Wahroonga, Turramurra and Thornleigh

We’re all about loving the local life at Fox Valley Animal Hospital. That’s why we’d like to take the opportunity to share some of our favourite pet friendly businesses in the local area. Here in no particular order are the pet friendly places in Wahroonga, Turramurra and...
Pet healthcare services, pet minding and dog walking in in Wahroonga, Turramurra and Thornleigh.
23
Jul

Pet healthcare and supporting services in Wahroonga and beyond

Fox Valley Animal Hospital may be proudly independent, but that doesn’t mean we don’t work with the local Wahroonga community. In fact, we get by with a lot of goodwill and great word of mouth from local pet related businesses in the area. We’re as proudly local as we are...