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We offer a mobile service to a vareity of large animals such as horses, cows, pigs, sheep, goats, donkeys & alpacas. Please call the hospital for further information.  


We see all animals small from dogs to cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, rats and mice.


We also offer our services to other critters such as birds, snakes, lizards, possums, bandicoots & kangaroos. We have an experienced veterinarian and wildlife carer to attend to their needs. 
Our fully equipped hospital enables us to perform many types of services:
Routine check ups
Regular check ups are important in monitoring your pets health. While your here, you can take the opportunity to ask plenty of questions and get advice on how to keep your pet healthy. We can also ensure your pet is up to date with vaccinations, worming and flea treatments.
Non-routine check ups
It is important to have your pet checked when you notice a problem or change in health. The vet may perform additional tests for diagnosis or prescribe medication.  
It is important you vaccinate your pets against harmful virus's. Puppies and kittens should initally have 3 vaccinations 4 weeks apart starting from 6 to 8 weeks, then yearly boosters there after. We have vaccines available for dogs, cats, rabbits and ferrets.
Proheart is a once-a-year injection for the prevention of heartworm disease in dogs. We also offer once-a-month applications for heartworm prevention over the counter. 
Microchipping is a permanent form of identification for your pet. Inserting a microchip is like a vaccination, it only takes a few seconds. The procedure is very safe and your pet will feel little pain. Once done, your pet's details, your contact address and phone numbers are entered on a national database. In western Australia, it is mandatory to have your dog and cat microchipped. .
We offer a grooming service under sedation or general anaesthetic for those pets who get quite destressed when having their hair cut. We can also clip nails, pluck ears and express anal glands.
Routine surgeries
Routine surgeries include sterilisation of dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets and rats. Please call the hospital for further information if your pet is inseason or both testicles have not descended.
Non-routine surgeries
We can perform non-routine procedures such as ear cleans, aural haematomas, lump removals, umbilical hernias, cat bite abscess, pyometras and caesarians. We require all non-routine surgeries to be seen by a veterinarian before the procedure can be booked. This will ensure your pet is in good general health and the procedure has been discussed between vet and owner.
We offer ultasonic scaling, polishing and extractions if necessary. The most obvious sign of dental disease is bad breath, plaque and tartar build up, red gums or ginigivitis, excessive salvation and difficulty chewing food. If you see any of these signs in your pet please call the hospital for an appointment.
Laboratory tests
Samples such as blood, urine, lumps, swabs and scrapings can be taken from your pet and sent to vetpath for further diagnosis. Glucometer tests can be performed inhouse for those pets with diabetes.
Digital x-rays
We have a digital x-ray for diagnostic images of fractures, joints, hips, knees, lungs, heart, gastrointestional obstructions and faecal compactions.
We understand that saying goodbye your beloved pet is a difficult experience. We aim to keep your pet comfortable and offer a private consult to you and your pet. In some cases we can offer a mobile service to your home. If you can not bury your pet at home we can organise your pet to be cremated or buried on a beautiful property in Serpentine. Please call the hospital for more information or to make an appointment.