Veterinary services for your dog
We are equipped to handle a wide variety of medical conditions, including emergencies. Our skilled team of vets and vet nurses can perform many diagnostic procedures in-house, we can often give you immediate answers and start treating your pet faster. We don't just look for a quick fix but rather take the next step and investigate what may have caused your dog's problem and things that can be done in the future to prevent any relapses.
Monday's - Friday's:
8am - 6.30pm
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Phone: 9330 1665
More than just vet care for your dog
It is a well-known fact that our doggy companions quickly become family members and best friends. Just like the people we hold dear to our hearts, it pains us to see our furry friends hurting. However, unlike humans, we can’t simply ask what ails them. Thankfully, Booragoon pet owners have a team of veterinarians at Booragoon Vet Clinic who are willing to help.
Over the first few months of his or her life, we hope your puppy will visit Booragoon Clinic regularly, establishing both a strong foundation for their future health, and a great relationship for you and your puppy with our wonderful, caring team.
Each visit includes a thorough physical exam as detailed below, appropriate vaccinations, parasite control, and nutritional, weight and behavioral counseling. You may of course request your choice of veterinarian for each visit.
Just as people should visit their dentist and their doctor regularly, all dogs should see their Veterinarian at least once a year. Often your dog is due for vaccinations, but even if they are not, a pet’s health can change a lot in a year, due to environment, stress, genetic conditions, and routine ageing. By examining your dog and discussing their lifestyle and behaviour with you, your veterinarian can determine if your dog may have any health issues of which you are unaware, and catch emerging health problems before they become serious.
Increasing concerns about vaccinations have caused people to question whether vaccines are safe for their dog or needed at all. Abundant scientific evidence exists supporting the use of vaccinations in our canine friends to prevent outbreaks of life threatening disease such as Parvovirus. We believe wholeheartedly in the safety of vaccination and feel we owe it to our beloved doggy companions to protect them from communicable diseases however we can! We can tailor a vaccination protocol specifically for you!
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