Veterinary Consultation

Our Clinic have a team of highly-skilled Vets and Nurses who make sure that the welfare of your pet always comes first. They are responsible for providing the best care to our community’s much loved pets.

The Pets Haven Veterinary team provides the best of care to all animals. Our Clinic has the latest specialised equipment, with in-house radiology, pathology testing facilities and ultrasound services to enhance diagnosis. Our caring Vets and Nursing staff are trained in the latest techniques and have expansive specialised knowledge, including in the areas of orthopaedics, optics and dermatology. We also emphasise and support continuing professional development, so our Vets and Nurses are always at the forefront of advances in knowledge and techniques.
Our Veterinary clinic will cover all your pet’s needs, from emergency care to routine vaccinations, health checks, microchipping and prescription foods.

Why use us?

  • You can request the same vet! We know as a pet owner you want nothing more than your pet to feel comfortable when in a stressful environment, which is why we encourage building relationships between your pet and their preferred veterinarian
  • House calls- Convenience at a clinic or your home, our house call service is another option for those who find it difficult to leave the home or pets that are stressful.
  • A loving environment- We see our clients and patients as our family members, Our regular clients share their lives with us as we slowly get to know you. You can always expect us to remember your name and of course your much loved furry family member!

What is the reason for a Veterinary consultation?

Ideally, your pet should visit a vet once a year, and more frequently as they get older or develop special medical needs, these visits play a huge part in the “prevention is better than cure” approach. Another advantage of these annual check-ups is getting your pet used to visiting the surgery when they’re well. If they only visit when they are hurt or ill, They can become nervous about seeing the vet, associating their trips with bad times or stressful experiences. It’s a good idea to pop into the clinic every so often, even if you don’t have an appointment. The vets and nurses will always appreciate a cuddle and create a positive experience for your furry friend!

When to visit the vet

If your pet is showing any of the below signs or you are not sure, it is best to make an appointment with your veterinarian for a thorough check over to identify the possible cause of the symptom and assess the best treatment plan.

  • Vomiting and Diarrhea
  • Lumps and Bumps
  • Limping
  • Bad breath
  • Coughing
  • Appetite and drinking changes
  • Urine or Defecation changes
  • Eye or ear problems
  • Itching/skin irritation
  • Lethargy/ Change in demeanor or activity levels