BIRDS, cats, dogs, reptiles.
You name it, if it's a small animal Nicklin Way Veterinary Surgery will save it, or at least make it feel better.
Yesterday this newborn puppy and its mum were some of the patients feeling the love of surgery owners Doug Gray and Melanie Irvine, who bought the business 10 years ago.
Helping animals is all about trust, Dr Irvine says.
Dr Gray and Dr Irvine pride themselves on getting to know their clients and family members both "human and furry" - personally, she says.
Earlier this month the vet surgery won the Sunshine Coast Business Award for Social Responsibility 2016 - an honour the passionate staff felt was "the icing on the cake", Dr Irvine said.
The business contributes significant resources to not-for-profit groups including subsidised veterinary care for 4 Paws Animal Rescue pets, which receives examination and treatment of every animal before adoption.
4 Paws rescues and adopts out healthy animals as well as providing permanent foster care for geriatric animals and those with serious health conditions.
Guide Dogs Australia dogs and Delta Society dogs, which allow dogs to visit aged care facilities, also receive support.
"Our success is driven by our genuine love of animals and our acknowledgement that pets are furry family members and should be given the same level of medical care as their human family members," Dr Irvine said.
"It was an honour to be nominated by members of the community for an excellence award, but to then go on to win an award is an absolutely incredible feeling.
"To be officially recognised for our contribution to the community is the icing on the cake.
"The team are really proud of the win, and proud to be employed in our business.
"They put so much effort into everything they do, and to be recognised for a job well done is a huge morale booster for them."