THE WILD VET ANIMAL HOSPITAL
One vet for ALL pets within the family
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why choose us?
Here at The Wild Vet your pets are part of our family. We offer exceptional veterinary care in a warm, welcoming environment. Fear-free handling, tailored treatment plans, full transparency, and, most importantly, lots of love.
Unlike many other veterinary clinics, we operate similarly to human hospitals, with nurses collecting a full history before seeing the vet. This helps to ensure no detail is missed during your visit, and ensures that the time spent with your chosen veterinarian is spent focusing on the examination and any necessary diagnostics.
We are vastly experienced in treating ALL pets within the family. This includes dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, reptiles, ferrets, rodents, amphibians, fish, wildlife and more. At the Wild Vet we work with state of the art diagnostic, laboratory, surgical and clinical settings to provide the highest standard of care for your pet.
Glebe Light Rail: 150 meters (2 minute walk)
- Drop-off service: phone 1300 945 383 upon arrival and meet one of our nurses outside the loading dock on Darling Street (opposite Reece plumbing).
- Ample unpaid two-hour street parking
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"The clinic offers a range of services for animals big and small with animal wellbeing and comfort being their number one priority. The Wild Vet clinic is set up a little differently to your regular vet practice. They have restructured their hospital to mimic that of human hospitals, streamlining the consultation process and allowing your pet to be seen with minimal waiting time."
"With Sydney’s inner west becoming more urbanised, apartment-living is on the rise and as a result, there’s been a spike in the popularity of exotic pets. Dr Emma Hall from The Wild Vet Animal Hospital in Glebe shares her wisdom about weird and wonderful creatures in the home."
“[Emma] had approached us previously after visiting our facility, offering her assistance. Residing in Sydney, she showed dedication driving up here with her team to assess Ally,”; "To ensure there were no bone infections or breaks, Ally received an X-ray with the assistance of veterinarian Dr Emma Hall, who is known as The Wild Vet."