De-worming - Recommended every month for puppies and kittens until they are six months old, and every three to six months for pets over six months of age.
Herd health programmes - Increased productivity in livestock through the use of good management techniques.
Spay and neuter clinics - Surgical sterilisation of dogs and cats to control dog and cat populations as well as prevention of certain disease conditions.
Pet vaccinations - Vaccines include rabies, cat flu and a 5 in 1 vaccine which protects your pets against canine distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parvo, kennel cough and corona.
Pet travel - Organising cages, travel documents and flights for import and export of pets.
Pet grooming - Fur cut, shampooing, nail clipping, anal glands cleaning and teeth cleaning.
Pet owners are encouraged to be responsible for animals and ensure that the welfare needs of their animals are met. The vast majority of pet owners take proper care of their animals. The duty of care also means that people will need to ensure that their animals are given an adequate and appropriate diet.
If you are responsible for the care of an animal you must provide for its basic needs. These needs include:
Bayhealth Veterinary Services take care of your pet travel needs, from the processing of paperwork to ensuring that your pet is well taken care of when they leave and arrive at their destination. Their pet travel package includes organising of import and export papers, booking of flights for your pets and giving advice on the type of cage that is suitable for your pet. And, depending on the requirements of the country of destination, they facilitate the necessary tests that your pet needs before travelling.