Keeping you informed
Newsletter November 2019
Staff News – Nurse Jordyn Ties the Knot!
Nurse Jordyn has recently married the love of her life, Hamilton, in a beautiful ceremony in the Hunter Valley.
The happy couple spent the day surrounded by family, friends, and many lucky members of the Turramurra Vet team.
They embarked on an amazing honeymoon through Europe and then to Thailand, and have now settled back into Sydney life.
Audrey Needs a Furrever Home!
This is beautiful Audrey. She needs a loving home.
Do you know someone who would like the company of a new purry furry friend?
She is looking for a furrever home after her new owner’s son developed a severe allergy to cats.
Audrey is a super affectionate, 2 year old female desexed Domestic Shorthair. She would suit an indoor only lifestyle (risk of sunburn as she has white ears and nose), such as an apartment, ideally with no other pets. She is vaccinated, dewormed and has had flea/tick prevention applied.
Audrey is currently soaking up lots of attention at Turramurra Vet’s Cat Hotel from our cat-loving staff.
Would you like to meet Audrey? Speak to our staff to arrange a visit or speak to Dr. Gretta or Dr. Angus for further information on (02) 9988-0198.
Sacred Heart School Fete
Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School is hosting their annual Family Fun Fair on Sunday November 17th, 10:30am- 3:00pm. There will be rides, food, lots of stalls and lots of activities for all ages.
Turramurra Veterinary Hospital is proud to be a sponsor of this great community event and are providing the following:
– Animal farm with the opportunity for children to feed and cuddle baby animals including a lamb, a goat kid, ducklings and rabbits
– Face painting
– A raffle to win a pet hamper full of yummy goodies and pet products
Please come and say hi at our Turramurra Vet stall – we look forward to seeing you there!
Turramurra Vet Closed Sunday 3rd November
Turramurra Vet Hospital will be closed this coming Sunday, 3rd November 2019. Our staff will be spending some quality time together at our Christmas Party to reflect on a great 2019 at Turramurra Vet and to plan an even better 2020 for our lovely patients and clients.
If you have an emergency on Sunday, please contact Northside Emergency Veterinary Service (NEVS) on 9452 2933. 335 Mona Vale Road, Terrey Hills NSW. Thank you in advance for your understanding and support!
Happy Diwali Festival
Best wishes to all for the Deepavali/Diwali Festival, also known as the Hindu festival of lights. It symbolises the victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.