Vaccinations

APPOINTMENT

We are passionate about having our patients enjoy their vet visits and so our whole team take a fear free approach to veterinary care. A fear free approach to veterinary care means we not only address the physical wellbeing of our patients, but also their emotional wellbeing.

We are proactive about reducing the stress around veterinary care and will utilise a combination of pheromones, supplements, medications, gentle handling techniques and co-operative care training to provide excellent health care to our patients. The less stressed our patients are, our physical examination will be more thorough, our test results will be more reliable, and patients and their families will be happier to see us.

Preventative care is an important part of keeping our pets healthy and monitoring their health overtime. It is often easier to prevent illness than treat it once it has taken hold.

Appointments are typically 30 minutes.

 

Dog Vaccinations

Our standard dog vaccination is a C5 vaccination which will provide protection against parvovirus, distemper, hepatitis, bordetella and parainfluenza (kennel cough). For dogs over 12 months old, the C3 component of the vaccination will last for 3 years. The kennel cough component will only last 12 months and so annual boosters will be required. We can advise you on whether or not a leptospirosis vaccination is required for your pet. This vaccination is available at an additional cost.
Price: $99

Cat Vaccinations

Our standard vaccination for cats in an F3 vaccination which will provide protection against panleukopaenia virus (feline enteritis), herpesvirus (cat flu) and calicivirus (cat flu). Depending on your cat’s risk profile we may also recommend vaccination against Feline Aids (FIV vaccination). This vaccination is available at an additional cost.
Price: $99

Rabbit Vaccinations
Rabbits require vaccination for calcivirus at least once a year. At times we may recommend a shorter interval between vaccinations depending on the local risk to your rabbit relating to council calicivirus releases.
Fear Free Vaccinations
Veterinary visit with of our Fear Free Certified Veterinarians, patient history including relevant medical history, physical examination (depending on patient anxiety level), patient assessment, pheromone sprayed bandana, preventative care recommendations, vaccination, vaccination certificate, health check certificate and discussion on ways to help reduce anxiety around veterinary visits and references regarding co-operative care training and local force free dog trainers.

If you pet is too fearful to be vaccinated during this visit, we may recommend that you pet is prescribed a pre-visit pharmaceutical (situational anxiety medication) to help them better cope with their vet visit and the injection. You will be charged for a consultation fee $80 plus any required medication or prescriptions, and then we will reschedule the vaccination visit for another time.

Booking Fear Free Vaccinations

We have two ways to book appointments:

1. You may call or text 02 9086 9130 to request an appointment. If we are unable to answer your call we will get back to you as promptly as we can.
2. Book an appointment online. If you are unable to find a time with our online booking system please give us a call as will do our best to find a time that is suitable.

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Address

10/591 Withers Road,
Rouse Hill NSW 2155

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Opening Hours

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

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