BUY ONLINE – Pre Paid Sterilisation Vouchers
for Pet Owners & Breeders
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Pre Paid Sterilisation Vouchers available from Hanly Vets centrally located to everywhere in Perth Western Australia. Breeders located in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, NSW, Darwin, ACT, Queensland, Tasmania, Perth, or New Zealand. perhaps a Breeders located in a remote...
To the staff of Hanly Veterinary Clinic Thank you for taking such good care of me over the last 15+ years. After a period of trying to find a home I was fortunate to be adopted by a wonderful family with four boys who made me a member of the family. Thank you for not...
The Hanly Veterinary Team says a sincere thank you for this beautiful handmade gift given to us by one of our lovely clients. You know who you are, We all wish you much love. Hanly Veterinary Team thanks you A very sincere than you form all of us here at Hanly Vet....
Dog Toy Sale Dog Toys available in Clinic whilst Stock lasts, Selected Dog Toys $10, Including the popular Tweeter Ball whistling Dog Toy
Winter Warmers Dapper Dog coats in the Clinic at Hanly Vets This Winter, Hanly Vets have the lovely quality Dapper Dog coats and jackets as usual, All styles can be machine washed. We put them to the test on our own dogs and asked the question? Are they warm, cozy and...
Create Bling Name Collars for Pets
Slide on Letters 30mm for Dog Collars$4.95
Slide on Letters 20mm for Dog Collars$3.95
Slide on Letters 10mm for Dog Collars$2.95
Slide on Letters 10mm for Cat Collars$2.95
Dog Collar Large Dogs 30mm wide$21.50
Intelligent Pets Bumper Sticker$0.00
Dog Collar Medium Dogs 20mm wide$15.95
Dog Collar Small Dogs 10mm wide$14.95
Cat Collar Purple 10mm$11.95
Pet Recovery QR Coded Collar Tag PET REQOVER$15.00
Cat Collar Blue 10mm$11.95
Cat Collar Pink 10mm$11.95
Is Your Rabbit Vaccinated?
Rabbit Vaccinations are Important here's why?
Protection for Pet Rabbits
The RHDV1 strain of the rabbit haemorrhagic disease know as Calicivirus, which was first released in Australia by the Australian Government in 1996 was to control the population of wild rabbits.
To boost the RHDV1 virus strain’s effectiveness to further control Rabbit populations, both state and territory governments around Australia released another virus in March 2017 known as K5