In Clinic Laboratory
We have a state-of-the-art in-house diagnostic laboratory that provides a range of blood, urine, and faecal tests. Results can be returned within 15-30 minutes when results are required urgently. Our in-house microscope allows for the examination of cytology samples such as ear, skin, and lump tests. For more complicated laboratory tests we use a local laboratory that integrates with your pet’s record and allows for specialist interpretation.
Our fabulous and extremely experienced nurses Casey from Adore The Paw and Brittany are running our puppy preschool. Casey has a Certificate IV in Attainment of Dog training, training with Delta Society, and a certificate in puppy preschoolers instructors course. Brittany has undertaken her AVBS puppy preschool course as well as a certificate in Puppy Preschoolers Instructor course.
Ensuring that your pets are eating a well and balanced diet is extremely important. At Rouse Hill Family Vets our staff has a wide range of knowledge on what nutritional requirements your pet needs from being a tiny puppy or kitten right up until their senior years.
At Rouse Hill Family Vet we use a range of different diets to treat a range of medical conditions ranging from urinary issues, gastrointestinal issues, kidney disease, liver disease, and obesity, etc.
Our nurses have extensive knowledge of maintaining a healthy weight whilst ensuring your pet reaches all their nutritional needs. We offer a free weight management clinic where we can provide you with information and recommendation on how to manage your pet’s weight to keep them healthy
We have visiting specialists who travel to us to aid in your pet’s diagnosis and treatment.
Veterinary Specialists of Sydney are able to provide specialised surgical and medical procedures in our clinic that our veterinarians cannot perform. They bring their state-of-the-art specialist equipment to our hospital to help us better care for our patients. They perform specialist surgical procedures including TPLO (cruciate surgery repair), arthroscopy, and more.
Sydney Animal Pain Clinic helps us to provide the latest advances in chronic pain management to our patients. They are able to provide long-acting nerve blocks and epidurals which greatly improve the quality of life of our patients. In addition, as they are anaesthetists they are able to provide support to our veterinary team and can assist our team in performing high-risk anaesthetic procedures.
Dr Rob Nichol from Veterinary Imaging Association provides our clinic with specialised ultrasounds and radiograph interpretation to help us with a diagnosis. They have studied all over the world and have a wealth of experience and knowledge.
Monday - Thursday: 9am - 6pm
Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: 9am - 1pm
Sunday & Public Holidays Closed
In-home euthanasia services run outside of opening hours by appointment only