Species We Treat


  • Health checks, preventatives and pet care
    • Vaccinations and titre testing
    • Parasite treatment: intestinal worms, fleas, ticks & heartworm
    • Microchipping
    • Geriatric health checks
    • New puppy starter pack
    • Puppy Preschool
    • Nutritional advice
    • Behavioural advice
    • Puppy preschool
    • Nail clipping
  • Procedures
    • Routine desexing (spay and neuter)
    • Surgery
    • Dentistry
  • Diagnostics
    • Imaging: digital xrays & ultrasound
    • In-house blood tests and external laboratory testing
    • DNA testing- dog breeds
      Not sure what breed your pooch is? Ask us about DNA testing and find out!
  • Hospitalisation

  • Health checks, preventatives and pet care
    • Vaccinations and titre testing
    • Parasite treatment: intestinal worms, fleas, ticks & heartworm
    • Microchipping
    • Geriatric health checks
    • New kitten starter pack
    • Nutritional advice
    • Behavioural advice
    • Nail clipping
  • Procedures
    • Routine desexing (spay and neuter)
    • Surgery
    • Dentistry
  • Diagnostics
    • Imaging: digital X-rays & ultrasound
    • In-house blood tests and external laboratory testing
  • Hospitalisation

  • Health check
    We provide a comprehensive assessment of your reptile’s husbandry, diet and psychological well-being. As well as this, a thorough physical examination by a veterinarian experienced with reptiles will be completed.

  • Faecal testing & parasite screening

  • Hospitalisation
    With the use of reptile specific terrariums and constant nurse care. Daily veterinary assessment and update of treatment plans.

  • Surgery
    Majority of surgical cases are performed on-site by veterinarians experienced in reptile care, if a referral is required we can also assist with this process.

  • Microchipping

  • Health check
    We provide a comprehensive assessment of your rodent’s husbandry, diet and psychological well-being. As well as this, a thorough physical examination by a veterinarian experienced with rats and mice will be completed.

  • Respiratory disease management
    We offer medical management of all stages of chronic respiratory disease in rats, including bacterial culture and nebulisation therapy.

  • Routine desexing (Spay or neuter)
    Our approach is to put your rodent’s safety first and to take steps to reduce anaesthetic and recovery risk to a minimum. We do this by offering full health checks prior to booking, as well as diagnostic testing such as blood panels prior to surgery. Cage Mates are encouraged to be brought in on the day as emotional support, we do all we can to prevent a feeling of isolation and fear in our rodent patients. All spay or neuter surgeries are monitored by nurses experienced in guinea pig anaesthesia and recovery, with special attention to preventing gut stasis on recovery. Surgery is performed by, or under guidance, by our experienced rabbit vets at all times. We focus on gentle tissue handling and use of local anaesthetic, as well as pre and post-operative opiate pain relief. All guinea pigs will be sent home with ongoing pain relief to help their recovery.

  • Faecal testing and parasite screening

  • Hospitalisation
    With the use of a rodent friendly environment and constant nurse care. Daily veterinary assessment and update of treatment plans.

  • Surgery
    Majority of surgical cases are performed on-site by veterinarians experienced in rodent care, if a referral is required we can also assist with this process.

  • Microchipping

  • Health check
    From finches to parrots, all the way through to chickens, we provide a comprehensive assessment of your bird’s husbandry, diet and psychological well-being. As well as this, a thorough physical examination by a veterinarian experienced with birds will be completed.

  • Avian Behavioural consultation
    From hormonal changes to feather picking, our staff can spend time discussing the causes and formulating a plan for your success

  • Avicultural medicine

  • Nail clipping

  • Wing clipping
    We require a consultation prior to performing this service to discuss if this is the best choice for your bird.

  • DNA Sexing

  • Chlamydia Psittaci (Psittacosis) Antibody and PCR testing
    These tests provide evidence of exposure and/or the presence of the bacteria. This is important in all new birds or those that have been boarding.

  • Psittacine beak and feather disease virus (PBFDV) Antibody, antigen and PCR testing.
    These tests provide a detailed assessment of exposure and the presence of the virus. This is important in all new birds or those that have been in contact with a suspected case.

  • Microchipping

  • Health check
    We provide a comprehensive assessment of your rabbit’s husbandry, diet and psychological well-being. As well as this, a thorough physical examination by a veterinarian experienced with rabbits will be completed.

  • Dental management, grinding, and surgical correction
    A common problem in rabbits, we are able to provide all services needed to correct dental issues that your rabbit may have.

  • Hospitalisation, intensive care, and surgery for gut stasis and ‘not eating’ cases
    From early-stage gut stasis cases through to emergency presentations of bloat, we are able to create a hospitalisation plan for your rabbit. We work in partnership with local after hours/overnight clinics to provide continued high-level care for your rabbit if they need monitoring outside of business hours. Surgical correction of obstruction or similar life-threatening conditions can be done on-site by our skilled surgeons.

  • Routine desexing (Spay or neuter)
    Our approach is to put your rabbit’s safety first and to take steps to reduce anaesthetic and recovery risk to a minimum. We do this by offering full health checks prior to booking, as well as diagnostic testing such as blood panels prior to surgery. All spay or neuter surgeries are monitored by nurses experienced in rabbit anaesthesia and recovery, with special attention to preventing gut stasis on recovery. Surgery is performed by, or under guidance, by our experienced rabbit vets at all times. We focus on gentle tissue handling and use of local anaesthetic, as well as pre and post-operative opiate pain relief. All rabbits will be sent home with ongoing pain relief to help their recovery. In the majority of cases, there are no stitches to remove.

  • Faecal testing and parasite screening

  • E. Cuniculi testing

  • Hospitalisation
    • With the use of a rabbit friendly environment and constant nurse care.
    • Daily veterinary assessment and update of treatment plans.
  • Surgery
    Majority of surgical cases are performed on-site by veterinarians experienced in rabbit care, if a referral is required we can also assist with this process.

  • Microchipping

  • Health check
    We provide a comprehensive assessment of your guinea pig’s husbandry, diet and psychological well-being. As well as this, a thorough physical examination by a veterinarian experienced with rabbits will be completed.

  • Dental management, grinding, and surgical correction
    A common problem in guinea pigs, we are able to provide all services needed to correct dental issues that your guinea pig may have.

  • Hospitalisation, intensive care, and surgery for gut stasis and ‘not eating’ cases
    From early-stage gut stasis cases through to emergency presentations of bloat, we are able to create a hospitalisation plan for your guinea pig. We work in partnership with local after hours/overnight clinics to provide continued high-level care for your guinea pig if they need monitoring outside of business hours Surgical correction of obstruction or similar life-threatening conditions can be done on-site by our skilled surgeons.

  • Routine desexing (Spay or neuter)
    Our approach is to put your guinea pig’s safety first and to take steps to reduce anaesthetic and recovery risk to a minimum. We do this by offering full health checks prior to booking, as well as diagnostic testing such as blood panels prior to surgery. Cage Mates are encouraged to be brought in on the day as emotional support, we do all we can to prevent a feeling of isolation and fear in our guinea pig patients. All spay or neuter surgeries are monitored by nurses experienced in guinea pig anaesthesia and recovery, with special attention to preventing gut stasis on recovery. Surgery is performed by, or under guidance, by our experienced rabbit vets at all times. We focus on gentle tissue handling and use of local anaesthetic, as well as pre and post-operative opiate pain relief. All guinea pigs will be sent home with ongoing pain relief to help their recovery.

  • Faecal testing and parasite screening

  • Hospitalistion
    • With the use of a guinea pig friendly environment and constant nurse care.
    • Daily veterinary assessment and update of treatment plans.
  • Surgery
    Majority of surgical cases are performed on site by veterinarians experienced in guinea pig care, if referral is required we can also assist with this process.

  • Microchipping