All dogs and cats need to be vaccinated against life threatening diseases. It is important to remember that some vaccinations need to be repeated regularly in order to maintain their effectiveness. Vaccinations should be given according to the schedule given by your veterinarian and should become part of your dog and cat’s annual veterinary checkup.
Our services include dog grooming, cat clipping, puppy preschool, and behaviour consultations. Grooming and clipping are an important part of your pet’s health. Weekly brushing and 8 weekly grooming prevents the coat from becoming matted, and starting to brush your pet before the knots occur means that your puppy will learn to love being brushed.
We offer radiology, as well as in-house and external pathology. These technologies help us learn more about your pet’s condition, so we can develop a targeted treatment plan.
Dr. Kath is our in-house acupuncture specialist, offering veterinary acupuncture to pets with joint issues or inflammation. We also have a visiting chiropractor on Tuesdays.
Coorparoo Veterinary Clinic offers an array of surgical services to treat a variety of issues.
Avoid unwanted litters by ensuring that your pet is desexed. This is a day surgical procedure done Mon-Fri at the clinic.
Visiting veterinary specialists perform ultrasounds and orthopedic surgery.
We offer dental prophy (akin to a teeth cleaning for humans) as well as dental extractions.
We accept Visa and Mastercard, EFTPOS, American Express, OpenPay, and cash. Payment in full is due after each visit – we do not run accounts.
Yes, we do local house calls by prior arrangement for an additional fee. Please call 07 3397 1181 to make a booking.
Yes, in light of the Covid-19 pandemic we are offering phone and Skype consultations for our clients. Normal consultation fees apply.
Obviously we will need to examine some animals for a diagnosis, and there are legal restrictions on what we can prescribe for animals that we have not recently examined, so this will take some tweaking for new patients or those we have not seen in several months. However, an initial remote consultation will mean we can minimise the time we humans spend in close contact, and work out the best and safest way for us to proceed.
Pets can act as fomites (that is, carry particles of virus from droplets on their bodies) but this is still much reduced risk than close contact in a consultation room for 15-30 minutes.
Yes, we can microchip your pet during a routine consultation.
Yes, please call 3397 1181 for details.
Yes, we carry a wide range of products, both medical and dietary.
Yes, we are able to provide straightforward care for these special pets.
But there is an excellent veterinary clinic dedicated to birds and exotic pets just down the road: Brisbane Birds and Exotics Veterinary Services.