We offer a full range of professional veterinary services including, but not limited to, routine preventative health care such as vaccinations, desexing, microchipping and dentistry, radiography, internal medicine, surgical procedures and much more.
Complete Physical Exams and Preventative Care
Preventative care such regular check ups, vaccinations, heartworm protection and flea and worming control are all vital to the long term health of your pet. Regular examinations are essential in order to maintain a healthy, happy pet. Our recommended annual vaccinations are a great way to regularly monitor your pet. Our consults are by appointment only.
Is an important procedure and is recommended for all animals (unless planning on being used for breeding) as it affects a number of medical and behavioural components, in addtion to reducing the number of unwanted animals ending up in shelters.
We are well equipped for an extensive range of surgical procedures. Our vets keep up to date with the latest reseach, safest techniques and advances in veterinary surgery. Our surgery cases include: routine desexings, lump removal, dentistry, orthopaedics (cruciate ligament repair, luxating patella, broken bones), intestinal obstructions, laceration repair, amputations, corrective eye surgery (cherry eye, entropion).
A microchip is a permanent method of electronic identification. The chip itself is very small – about the size of a grain of rice – and is implanted just under the skin, between the shoulder blades at the back of your pet's neck. Each chip has a unique number that is detected using a microchip scanner. The microchip number is recorded on a database registry with details about the animal and owner. Should your pet stray or become lost, vets, animal shelters and local councils can scan your pet for a microchip and contact you via the database.
With over 80% of dogs and cats having some form of dental disease after the age of 3 years, this is an important part of pet ownership. Dental disease not only causes smelly breath, discolouration to teeth or reddend gums, it also can affect other vital organs (heart, kidneys, liver). Dental prevention and prophylaxis are very important. We offer a complimentary follow-up appointment following every dental procedure with a veterinarian who will perform a post operative check up and discuss ongoing dental care.
With an in clinic x-ray machine we are able to investigate animal injuries and health problems. This is particularly useful in emergency situations as well as reducing the need for seperate anaesthetics for some orthopaedic procedures.