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We have a holistic approach towards the treatment of animals in our care.

We look at the whole animal for example its diet, husbandry, environment and not just its presenting symptoms.

The majority of problems are caused by incorrect  diet & husbandry.

At Currumbin Valley Veterinary Surgery we place a great emphasis on the education of our clients to make them more aware of the special needs and requirements of their pets.

Problems caused by leg rings on birds This little conure had some fibre caught around his foot which acted like a tourniquet - however the problem was hidden under the leg ring
Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet added 5 new photos to the album: Problems ...
Pedicure and Nose Job for Ecky, Eclectus Birds' beaks and claws grow like our fingernails. However, normal healthy birds wear their beaks and claws down and keep them in trim through their everyday activities of climbing, chewing, foraging and eating within their environment. That is why it ...
Photos from Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet's post Birds' beaks and claws grow like our finger nails. Normal, healthy birds wear their beaks and claws down and keep them in trim through their every day activities of climbing, chewing, foraging and eating within their environment. Cocky, a sulphur ...
Cyclone Debbie, does her darndest Just thought we would show our face book friends what happened to us during the cyclonic conditions at the end of March and beginning of April
Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet added 7 new photos to the album: ...
We now have the internet back again - and our phones are "sort of" fixed - there are still some teething problems - however - you should all be able to get through on our advertised number 07 55330381
Hello everyone, our landline is still unavailable. However, we now have a mobile number you can call. The phone number is 0439375423. We will keep you updated as to when the landline will be available. Hope everyone is safe and ...
To all of our Facebook friends & clients, we have been cut off from the world!
Flooded creek, no phone, no electricity, no internet from Thursday through to Saturday. We now have electricity & the floods have receded, however we ...
Tongue-tied Barb Bantam Little Barb Bantam was presented, drooling and bleeding from the mouth - examination revealed some cotton thread twisted around her tongue
Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet added 5 new photos to the album: Tongue-tied Barb Bantam.
Timeline Photos Boody, a happy little cockatiel, singing for his supper - saying Ï love the fresh grass seed!
Timeline Photos Sunni and Charli, chilling out in their share accommodation
Timeline Photos Dusty and Trance, two regular visitors to the Currumbin Valley holiday resort - having a little afternoon siesta
Timeline Photos Tawny and Tai, two cheeky cockatiels, posing sweetly for their holiday snap

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Problems caused by leg rings on birds This little conure had some fibre caught around his foot which acted like a tourniquet - however the problem was hidden under the leg ring
Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet added 5 new photos to the album: Problems caused by leg rings on birds.
Pedicure and Nose Job for Ecky, Eclectus Birds' beaks and claws grow like our fingernails. However, normal healthy birds wear their beaks and claws down and keep them in trim through their everyday activities of climbing, chewing, foraging and eating within their environment. That is why it is very important to provide pet birds with plenty of natural leafy branches from Australian native trees to keep their beaks in shape
Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet added 7 new photos to the album: Pedicure and Nose Job for Ecky, Eclectus.
Photos from Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet's post Birds' beaks and claws grow like our finger nails. Normal, healthy birds wear their beaks and claws down and keep them in trim through their every day activities of climbing, chewing, foraging and eating within their environment. Cocky, a sulphur crest cockatoo, has an underlying problem that causes her nails to overgrow - an old injury to her leg doesn't allow her to perch properly - she needs regular checks to keep her keep her claws in shape
Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet added 2 new photos.
Cyclone Debbie, does her darndest Just thought we would show our face book friends what happened to us during the cyclonic conditions at the end of March and beginning of April
Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet added 7 new photos to the album: Cyclone Debbie, does her darndest.
We now have the internet back again - and our phones are "sort of" fixed - there are still some teething problems - however - you should all be able to get through on our advertised number 07 55330381
Hello everyone, our landline is still unavailable. However, we now have a mobile number you can call. The phone number is 0439375423. We will keep you updated as to when the landline will be available. Hope everyone is safe and well.
If you can't get through on the mobile number for any reason and have animals needing attention, just come up to the surgery between the hours of 8am - 6pm.
To all of our Facebook friends & clients, we have been cut off from the world!
Flooded creek, no phone, no electricity, no internet from Thursday through to Saturday. We now have electricity & the floods have receded, however we still do not have phone or internet.
We are open for business Monday the 3rd of April from 8am til 6pm. If any of your birds, reptiles or exotics are in need of attention, or you're needing to collect or drop off your boarding birds, please come up between these hours. The road is still quite hazardous, so please take care. - posted by nurse Casey.
Tongue-tied Barb Bantam Little Barb Bantam was presented, drooling and bleeding from the mouth - examination revealed some cotton thread twisted around her tongue
Currumbin Valley Birds, Reptiles & Exotics Vet added 5 new photos to the album: Tongue-tied Barb Bantam.
Timeline Photos Boody, a happy little cockatiel, singing for his supper - saying Ï love the fresh grass seed!
Timeline Photos Sunni and Charli, chilling out in their share accommodation
Timeline Photos Dusty and Trance, two regular visitors to the Currumbin Valley holiday resort - having a little afternoon siesta
Timeline Photos Tawny and Tai, two cheeky cockatiels, posing sweetly for their holiday snap

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