As they age, 80% of pets experience dental disease and we are equipped to provide scale and polishes of teeth through to extractions guided by the use of dental digital x-rays that can allow our vets to inspect the tooth health below the gum line.
A microchip is a small transponder that is inserted under the skin of your pet and allows the pet to be reunited with its owner if it goes missing and does not have any other form of identification like a collar and tag.
One of the hardest decisions will be to know when it is the right time to say goodbye to your pet. Working with our veterinarians, we can help you say goodbye to your pet in the clinic or at your home. We offer cremation and ashes, or can assist with disposal if you do not wish to take your pet home.
Our clinic is stocked with a range of medications for both small and large animals. This includes prescription medications like antibiotics, pain killers and chronic illness medication. We also have an extensive supply of parasite prevention products, shampoos, supplements and prescription diets.
Sometimes our pets need extensive treatment to make them feel better. This may include intravenous fluids, repeated medication or monitoring in our hospital facility.
Tailoring the safest anaesthetic to each individual pet is our priority including monitoring them from induction, during the anaesthetic and while they recover. Pain relief and sedation are provided to relax your animal prior to anaesthesia.
Nail clipping and Grooming
There are many excellent pet groomers in the Goulburn area however not all animals are happy about being clipped, especially cats, and they require some sedation to relax them during the clipping. We can also clip nails in consults or while animals are in hospital and we are happy to teach owners about how to clip their pet's nails.
We provide treatment to all Australian wildlife. If you find injured wildlife then bring it to the clinic during business hours and our Veterinarians well triage patients and move animals onto local registered wildlife carers to continue rehabilitation before they can be released back where they were initially found.
As the field of veterinary medicine grows, more procedures and testing can be offered to our pets. Additional testing like Computerised Tomography(CT) or Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scans or specialist surgeries can be organised with a referral. A specialist ophthalmologist visits Goulburn once a month for tricky eye cases.