Phone: (07) 3848 5775 | 17 Railway Road, Fairfield, QLD
Yeronga vet surgery offers routine vaccinations, medical treatments with a fully equipped surgical theatre. Free nutritional and general behavioural advice are also available.
Yeronga vet surgery aims to provide your pet with the happy, healthy life it deserves. We take a holistic approach to your pet's wellness. We offer a range of veterinary services covering routine vaccinations, medical treatments and a fully equipped surgical theatre.
We also offer additional services such as free nutritional and general behavioural advice and our staff has an extensive knowledge on a wide range of pet care products.
Consultations are available by Appointment for all pet health concerns.
At Yeronga Vet Surgery we have a purpose built theatre for sterile surgeries as well as a separate dental suite.
Klaser therapy manages a pain and inflammation while accelerating tissue regeneration. Drug Free, surgery free, Pain Free.
We have a fully equipped dental suite including Dental Radiography.
Radiology and Pathology
We offer Radiography and ultrasonography.
Phone: 0409 794 883 | 1 Norman Street, Fig Tree Pocket, QLD
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It is recommended to get a cat carrier to bring your cat in. This way it will be secure and safe to bring your cat in and out of the Brisbane vet office.
Yes, there are many Brisbane vets who can do home visits.Check with a few vets to find one who can offer home visits.
The usual recommendation is twice yearly for check ups and vaccinations.
Most Brisbane veterinary clinic will offer a F3 or F4 vaccination. The minimum requirement for a cattery stay is usually an F3 vaccine.