What we offer for your pets
All aspects of small animal medicine and surgery,
- For dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, rats and mice
- Radiographic imaging
- Diagnostic ultrasound
- Hospitalisation facilities
- In-house pathology and blood analysis facilities
Preventative Health Care Programs, including
- Senior pet care programs
- Weight Management Programs
- Heartworm prevention
- Internal worming
- External parasite control
- Preparation of pets for export overseas
Our new purpose built cattery provides accommodation for up to 12 cats.
Old age is not a disease! Many age related conditions can be cured or managed, with early detection and intervention giving the best results.
Weight issues in pets are a growing problem, with obesity being the most common form of malnutrition we see.
Finding ourselves not uncommonly presented with stray dogs and cats, we are always extremely relieved when we can scan them and find a microchip.
How much do you know about your pet’s dental health? Sadly, many pet owners don’t think about their pet’s teeth often enough.
As your dog walks, runs and plays, opposing forces are created when their body weight pushes down against the ground.
Heartworm, as the name suggests, is a parasite in which the adult stage lives in the heart and lungs of dogs and, less commonly, cats.
Pet Exportation – the preparation of pets for overseas travel and AQIS Accreditation.
We are proud to be able to provide the latest technology in in-house laboratory diagnostics.
The word, euthanasia, of Greek derivation, means good death. It is the practice of intentionally ending a life to relieve pain or suffering.