On January 19, 2023, the City of Whittlesea in partnership with Lort Smith Animal Hospital launches ‘Little paws of the North’, an initiative that supports the community in responsible pet ownership.
Alternating between Hume City Council and City of Whittlesea, every month in 2023, residents with a concession card can book their pets into Lort Smith Animal Hospital Vet Clinic located at 25-35 Berwick Road, Campbellfield to have their pets desexed, microchipped and vaccinated by expert vets at heavily discounted prices.
The project aims to not only reduce the risk of potentially serious hormone-related conditions and unwanted pregnancies, but it will also offer pet owners education sessions that provide tips to help ensure the entire family, including our furry companions, are safe and happy in their forever homes.
The program aims to desex approximately 300 cats over the course of 12 months.
The desexing packages are available to residents of the City of Whittlesea at $50 per cat. The procedure is straight forward and owners can drop off and collect their animals on the same day. Payment is required at the time of booking. The package includes:
Lort Smith will provide each owner with a small information kit to take home including a certificate of proof for desexing their pet, information about microchipping, and post-operative care information.
To be eligible:
All cats must be three months or over AND have a minimum weight of 1kg.
Bookings are accepted 3 weeks before each event and limited bookings are available.
Book at Lort Smith Animal Hospital – Campbellfield
25-35 Berwick Road, Campbellfield. VIC 3046
Phone: 03 9328 3021
Statistics and facts for the City of Whittlesea
For more information and assistance www.whittlesea.vic.gov.au/cats