Large animal services

The Clinton Street Veterinary Clinic provides property and farm visits to treat large animals including horses, sheep, cattle, goats and alpacas. A consultation can be booked with the Clinic during business hours. Specific large animal services include:



Our equine patients experience a range of emergencies from a bout of colic (abdominal pain), through to a sore eye or leg injuries from running through a fence. Our veterinarians can provide emergency visits every day of the year for your horse.


Our veterinarians can assist with pregnancy diagnosis in horses with an ultrasound through to atificial insemination, foaling or reproduction manipulation like gelding colts.

Lameness / imaging

When horses become lame or sore in a leg, a diagnosis and treatment plan can be created for each individual animal. In certain circumstances x-rays can be taken to allow our vets to inspect bony structures.

Microchipping, branding and vaccination

Permanent identification with either a microchip or brand can be performed on horses, as well as providing information about appropriate vaccination programs and parasite prevention.

Blood tests

Blood can be collected in a diagnostic work up of your sick horse. Blood tests can test organ function, blood parameters or check for certain diseases like Cushings.

Endoscope examinations

Upper air way structures like the larynx (voice box) or trachea (wind pipe) may need to be inspected by a fibre optic camera if the horse if showing respiratory disease.

Prepurchase examinations

An examination by an experienced equine veterinarian prior to purchase of a new horse can help potential buyers make up their mind about buying a horse. A horse does not pass or fail a vet check, instead the veterinarian will mention what they observed at the time of the examination and provide you with a written report.



Herd management

We can advise about vaccination, worming, feed budgeting and breeding for your cows, sheep or goats.

Emergency visits

We can assist in emergencies be it a difficult calving, a case of bloat or a sick animal or flock.

Pregnancy diagnosis

Pregnancy diagnosis provides producers with information about which animals have fallen pregnant and which animals are not pregnant. This is important as it allows producers to allocate feed, and when to sell certain animals. It also provides an opportunity to ask the vet multiple questions about any issues you may be having on farm.


Castrating calves over 6 months of age can be done by our veterinarians with the help of local anaesthetics and analgesia. We can also castrate alpacas, sheep or goats.

Herd health testing

We can offer Brucellosis testing for stud sheep or Johne's testing for sheep and cattle. There are other tests like CAE we can test in goats or Pestivirus in cattle that can be performed from blood collected by our veterinarians. Additionally we can advise about drench programs based on faecal egg counts.


The Clinton Street Veterinary Clinic stocks a range of prescription medications to use on large animals including horses and livestock. Prescription medication like antibiotics and anti-inflammatories cannot be prescribed over the counter and require our veterinarians to be treating an animal to be prescribed.











Clinton Street Veterinary Clinic is located in Goulburn, NSW. At the Clinton Street Veterinary Clinic we treat small and large animals from your family pet, your riding horse or your farm animals including cattle and sheep. We offer a range of preventative animal health care for dogs and cats including Vaccinations, Desexing (spey and castration), Microchipping, Dentistry (scale, polish and extractions), and parasite prevention including intestinal worms, fleas, ticks and heartworm. We also provide consultations, surgery including orthopaedic surgery, ultrasound, digital radiology, hospitalisation.Additional services to breeders include progesterone testing, Artificial insemination and litter vaccination rates. We can provide veterinary services for horses, cattle, sheep, goats and livestock including geldings, pregnancy diagnosis, lameness evaluation, calvings, herd health monitoring such as brucellosis and Johnes testing. The Clinton Street Veterinary Clinic provided an after hours service for emergencies in either small or large animals. Vets Goulburn, Goulburn Vet, Vets in Goulburn, Vet hospital Goulburn, Farm visits in Goulburn, Equine vet, Vet 2580, Vet Southern Tablelands region, Mixed Practice Vet Goulburn.


Clinic Hours

We’re open 6 days a week, plus our after hours service provides you with 24/7 assistance in emergencies. As of April 2020 we take appointments for small animal consultations. Consulting hours are between 9-11am and 4-6pm (weekday) and 10-12pm (Saturday). All appointments for small animals,  large animal visits and surgeries can be booked by calling the clinic.   You can find us at 7 Clinton Street, Goulburn (next to the Woolworths and Aldi carpark)


9am - 6pm
Consulting from 9 - 11am & 4 - 6pm

9am - 6pm
Consulting from 9-11am & 4 - 6pm
9am - 6pm
Consulting from 9 - 11am & 4 - 6pm
9am - 6pm
Consulting from 9 - 11am &  4 - 6pm
9am - 6pm
Consulting from 9 - 11am & 4 - 6pm
10am - 12pm