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Welcome to Killarney Vale Veterinary Clinic
Your Pet’s Health is in Good Hands
At Killarney Vale Veterinary Clinic we pride ourselves on being a team of confident, ethical and warm-hearted veterinary professionals.
We encourage open and honest communication enabling our clients to make informed and responsible decisions concerning their pet’s health and well-being.
To ensure both our clients and patients feel safe and respected we deliver quality pet healthcare for all life stages with the highest levels of compassion.
As pet owners, we understand the human/animal bond and how important that connection is.
This alone motivates us for continual improvement through learning and sharing, never losing sight of our patients’ and clients’ changing needs.
Dear Clients, you have been so wonderful in helping us keep Killarney Vale Vets a safe environment for all of us and we greatly thank you!
From June 1st we've extended our trading hours to M-F 8am - 630pm, and Saturday 9am-12noon.
On arrival please stay in your car and call the clinic o 4334 2002 and a team member will advise you when to enter the clinic.
We are allowing one client in with their pets for a consultation. If this is not possible please let us know prior to arrival and different arrangements can be made.
Please also continue to call us first to order any medications, foods or prescriptions (you have been doing a great job at this) and notify us when you arrive for pick up.
Please let us know if you are suffering any flu like symptoms so suitable arrangements can be made, and when entering the clinic we ask you to use hand sanitizer.
THANK YOU again for continuing to work with us so we can keep working for you and your pets.
S T A Y W E L L!!!
Mon - Fri: 8am - 6:30pm
Sat: 9am - 12 noon
(02) 4334 2002
152 Wyong Road
Killarney Vale NSW 2261
Services We Provide
How We Provide Care
Vaccination has allowed us to control many infectious diseases in our pets. By keeping your pet’s vaccinations up to date, you not only protect your pet from disease but also help to reduce the incidence of these diseases in the wider pet population...
There are multitudes of flea control products on the market and they all treat fleas in slightly different ways. They all work within their limitations but they don’t all suit all animals...
The purpose of microchips is to enable us to get in touch with you should your pet go missing. For this reason it is vital to ensure that your details are correct and up-to-date on the microchip register...
The Paralysis Tick is common along the eastern coast of Australia and they are present on the Central Coast. We can see cases of tick paralysis at any time of year but they are most common during spring and early summer...
Did you know 8 out every 10 pets have some form of dental disease! This is an outstanding number and if treated in the early stages we can greatly reduce the risks of permanent damage and other health problems related to poor oral health...
Regular worming for intestinal parasites is essential to keep these nasties away. We recommend every three months. A great way to remember is the start of each season and don’t worry if you forget, our reminder system will send you a text. Puppies and kittens have a different schedule for the first 6 months...
Along with regular exercise and veterinary care, careful nutrition is the best way you can contribute to your pet's prolonged good health. These are the basic nutrients every pet needs...
Our sense of responsibility doesn't end just because you've taken your pet to a specialist. If you find yourself faced with difficult decisions regarding the recommended treatment, we'll be pleased to help you evaluate your options...
Every pet that comes to visit will be given a thorough medical examination from head to tail. One of our dedicated vets will make sure that your pet receives the best care possible and is ready to answer all your concerns...
The ultrasound is a great piece of equipment that allows our vets to take a look inside your pets body to really see what’s going on. It’s pain free and we get to the answers quick...
Digital radiography can tell us a lot of things that the naked eye can’t. Our vets are fantastic but do lack superman’s x-ray vision! The imaging allows the vets to get quick results...
Making sure your pet receives the best medical treatment starts with the right diagnosis. We run many in house and external tests because your pet’s health is our priority and fast and accurate results means we can get your pet feeling better sooner...
Have you ever had family debates over the breed of your dog? We can take the guess work out for you. A non-invasive test will uncover the family tree of your dog, how good is that! You will receive, in as little as four weeks, a comprehensive report on your dog’s genealogy…no more family disputes!
Euthanasia & Aftercare
Saying goodbye to a pet is one of the hardest goodbyes you will ever say. At Killarney Vale Vets, we want this to be an experience that is both dignified and meaningful to both you and your beloved pet. Each one of us is a pet owner and know too well the absolute heartache felt when we say goodbye. We have many options for aftercare and we are more than happy to discuss these further...
Heartworm Testing & Medication
Not to be confused with intestinal worms, heartworm is a worm that targets the heart and is spread by infected mosquitos. This is a preventable disease by giving either oral or topicalmedication or better still, a yearly injection. If your pet hasn’t been on any treatment then a quick test is required first, results are given in 10 minutes...
Just like us, our pets suffer from painful arthritis. We can help alleviate this pain through a course of injections and adding some supplements to their diets. An x-ray is a great way to determine the extent of the arthritic changes in your pet...
Have you got an over excited or maybe a very timid puppy? Puppy pre-school is a fantastic introductory course in creating well-mannered and confident dogs. You’ll be proud showing off your pooch at the beach or café. Courses run one evening a week for four weeks. Pups will be able to sit, stay and come, and you will receive a wealth of knowledge on how best to train your dog...
While bringing your pet into the clinic is more ideal, we do understand sometimes it can be difficult with transportation. In these circumstances, we can accommodate you with a house call. Please call a few days prior so arrangements can be made...