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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.

OUR VETERINARY SERVICES

The best services for your pets

 general care services
blood analysis services

General Care

A general care consultation will check your pet for any signs of injury or disease, and any conditions common to your pet’s breed and age. We’ll give them a thorough examination to make sure that we detect any problems or abnormalities.

Blood Analysis

Getting a clear picture of your pet’s health is crucial to diagnosis. Our blood testing facilities ensure that we have the right insights to determine what treatment is required.

vaccinations services
x-rays & ultrasound services

Vaccinations

Vaccinations are important to the health of your pet, especially for young animals, or pets that are travelling or staying at boarding establishments. We’ll give your pet a thorough check-up and let you know what vaccinations they may require.

X-Rays & Ultrasound

Our on-site testing facilities mean that we can quickly check your pet for trauma, pregnancy and other conditions. Fast results mean we can advise you on diagnosis and swiftly commence treatment where necessary.

general care services

General Care

A general care consultation will check your pet for any signs of injury or disease, and any conditions common to your pet’s breed and age. We’ll give them a thorough examination to make sure that we detect any problems or abnormalities.

blood analysis services

Blood Analysis

Getting a clear picture of your pet’s health is crucial to diagnosis. Our blood testing facilities ensure that we have the right insights to determine what treatment is required.

vaccinations services

Vaccinations

Vaccinations are important to the health of your pet, especially for young animals, or pets that are travelling or staying at boarding establishments. We’ll give your pet a thorough check-up and let you know what vaccinations they may require.

x-rays & ultrasound services

X-Rays & Ultrasound

Our on-site testing facilities mean that we can quickly check your pet for trauma, pregnancy and other conditions. Fast results mean we can advise you on diagnosis and commence swift treatment where necessary.

Meet our Vets

Dr Karen Harkin

Senior Veterinarian & Superintendent

Dr Christianne Gilbert

Senior Veterinarian

Dr Sharmila Kumaran

Veterinarian

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5 signs of dental diseases in pets

5 signs of dental diseases in pets

Did you know around 80% of dogs and cats over the age of three suffer from dental disease? Dental disease is an inflammatory disease that affects the teeth’s supporting structures like the gums and bone, due to a build-up of plaque.

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Are bones safe for my dog?

Are bones safe for my dog?

“Give a dog a bone” – a common saying worldwide, but in reality, this is a controversial topic for vets as well as owners. While Google searches and social media may advocate for bone consumption (nutritional and dental benefits) and many dogs enjoy bones, there are still a small percentage of dogs that will suffer from serious injuries.

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What is heartworm disease in pets?

What is heartworm disease in pets?

Heartworm is a parasitic worm that resides in the heart chambers and in the arteries of the lungs of dogs and cats. This disease was previously widespread around Sydney. As owners have diligently used heartworm prevention over the years, the disease has been largely reduced in the area. However, some wild dogs and foxes may carry a heartworm burden and as such, pet dogs unprotected by heartworm preventatives are still at risk of the disease.

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