Due to current COVID circumstances we have had to make some alterations to how we work to keep everyone safe and ensure we remain open. We ask that when you arrive at the clinic please remain outside the building , or in your car, and call reception to notify us you have arrived. We are currently not allowing people into the building. A staff member will come out to collect your pet and then a vet will phone you and conduct the consultation over the phone. Please wear masks when attending the practice.
If you have any questions about how we are managing this situation, please call our receptionists. Please call us if you wish to book an appointment, as we have temporarily stopped online bookings. Thank you so much for your patience and understanding in this challenging time.
Unfortunately there is an Australia-wide shortage of the Calicivirus Vaccination. If your rabbit is due please call us and we can place you on the waitlist to be notified as soon as it comes back in stock.
Speying and castrating our dogs and cats has become the norm for many families. And for good reason. There are significant health and behaviour benefits to be had. But did you know desexing can be just as important in our small and squeaky pets?! Female rabbits run a very high risk of developing a range of very nasty uterine and ovary abnormalities as they age. From endometriosis-like changes to cancers of the uterus, these disease are painful and can be life threatening. Unl