Our companion animal services include medicine and surgery, vaccinations, desexing, microchipping, behaviour advice, pathology, radiology, dentistry, cat and dog boarding and grooming.
We mainly see dogs and cats at Blayney Veterinary Hospital, but we also regularly treat ferrets, rabbits, guinea pigs, rats and mice, as well as wildlife including birds and kangaroos. House calls are provided for clients of Blayney Veterinary Hospital.
Our vets are experienced in companion animal surgery, including orthopaedics and surgical desexing.Orthopeadics is our particular interset area and that team is led by Dr Howard Thompson
We have a range of pet products available for sale and our qualified nurses can give you professional advice on various products and their usage.
Keeping our pets well is important
Although many visits to the vet are due to illness, we can assist with behavioural advice, puppy training consultations, heartworm prevention, body condition management and dental check-ups, as well as vaccinations of companion animals including cats, dogs and rabbits. We are also an AVA Accredited Microchip Practice.
Diagnostics and specialists
Our radiology equipment includes a large human-style machine as well as a mobile veterinary unit. The absolute latest technology in digital radiology enables fantastic quality radiographs to be developed and viewed by vets and owners in seconds (and sent around the world as fast as an email if required).
We have an ultrasound machine for dedicated small animal use.
Our state of art ECG (Electrocardiograph) machine assists in the detection of some complicated heart diseases.
Veterinary pathology services are also available. We are equipped to carry out extensive testing “in-house” in our laboratory, which was purpose built in May 2015 to demonstrate our continued and ongoing development.
While we have the latest digital radiology equipment and extensive in-house laboratory testing, specialist pathologist services and radiology opinions are available overnight if required. Specialist veterinary ophthalmologists visit Blayney Vets in person every 4 weeks.