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About Matraville Vet
A large team of caring & experienced vets
Working in the Matraville area since 1994. There has been a vet at 525 Bunnerong Road for as long as people can remember. The site is synonymous with veterinary health care services in Matraville.
Over the months of February and March 2020, 525 Bunnerong Road underwent major renovations. The car park and clinic have been dramatically transformed into a modern, welcoming environment for both clients and their furry friends alike.
The Matraville Veterinary Practice team is very proud to be able to offer high quality veterinary care from this new facility. We invite you to call in and see our new hospital and the wide range of services we are able to perform in-house.
Our vets and nurses are animal lovers themselves and are part of the local pet loving community.
We are the local vets who know your pets.
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Like people, our pets can suffer in the winter if they’re not properly prepared. The key is finding the right balance between keeping your pets warm without overdoing it and ensuring they still get plenty of exercise.
Here are a few tips to help the many pet parents keep their furry friends happy
As your pet begins to age, you may find that they need a little more help than before. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to make sure your elderly pet is as comfortable and happy as possible. In this post, we’ll discuss some of the common issues faced by senior pets and we’ll be sharing
If you’re a pet owner, you know animals can sometimes display signs of anxiety. While some people may think all dogs bark and growl, the reality is many dogs display anxious behaviours in different ways. If you’re interested in recognising the symptoms of anxiety in your dog and helping them to feel better