Sydney Veterinary Hospital
201 Rookwood Road
Yagoona, NSW, 2199
Monday to Friday
9:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday
Consultations: 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Emergencies only: 12:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Sydney veterinary hospital
Our new, state-of-the-art veterinary hospital, located at the Sydney Shelter in Yagonna, officially opened its doors in December 2015. Our team of dedicated, experienced and qualified veterinarians and nurses provide medical care, services and products to local-owned pets, as well as to abandoned, homeless, injured and sick shelter animals. Best of all, when you use any of the RSPCA's services, the money goes straight back into the organisation. This helps deliver medical treatment to animals who are in RSPCA NSW's care. Paying a veterinary bill should always feel so good!
The veterinary hospital is well equipped with an extensive range of modern veterinary equipment. Our skilled Veterinary Team offers a wide range of surgical expertise, from routine desexing to complicated, non-routine orthopaedic and soft tissue surgeries. We are able to provide quality advice and complete care from diagnosis to discharge, and are open to the public every day.
Consultations by appointment are available between:
Monday to Friday: 9:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Phone: (02) 9770 7555 and follow the prompts to the veterinary hospital or key ahead by pressing 6, then 1.
Facilities and Services
Sydney Veterinary Hospital facilities:
- Four state-of-the-art operating theatres, including one dedicated to soft tissue surgery and one specifically for orthopaedic surgery, specialising in cruciate disease, fracture repair and patella surgery
- A dental suite set up for a wide range of procedures for cats and dogs, as well as minor procedures for ferrets, guinea pigs and rabbits
- Ultrasound and X-ray suites, with imaging capabilities that include digital radiography, dental radiology, ECG and endoscopy
- An intensive care unit ward
- Onsite blood works at our in-house pathology lab, allowing for accurate, comprehensive and quick results
- Seperate wards for private patients and shelter animals
- Seperate wards for cats and dogs
- A dedicated ward for pocket pets
- Dedicated veterinary care for cats and dogs, including desexing and vaccination services, and diet advice for animals who need to shed a few kilos
The Veterinary Team
The Sydney Veterinary Hospital has a team of 16 skilled veterinarians and 30 experienced nurses, each with their own special area of interest. This includes:
- A consultant ophthalmologist
- An imaging specialist for radiology and ultrasound
- A surgical specialist for complicated orthopaedic and soft tissue surgeries
- A veterinary dental consultant
After hours services
If your animal is injured or becomes extremely ill outside of our normal operating hours, please contact the Animal Referral Hospital at either Homebush or Baulkham Hills. Details are on their website.
Puppy Preschool and barking consultations:
- Give you and your puppy the best start together. Our Delta-affiliated Puppy Preschool classes run for four weeks on Mondays or Wednesdays 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Our qualified and highly-experienced instructor delivers the most up-to-date advice for training and socialisation. Phone us on 9770 7555 to confirm your place in the next class.
- Barking consultations with our dog training staff. If your dog is barking excessively or showing signs of boredom when left at home alone, make an appointment to discuss and concerns your dog. A boredom busting and modification program can be worked out to fit in with your environment and lifestyle.
- Free dental checks for cats and dogs running throughout the year and subject to availability. August is our dental month, when anyone can book an appointment for their pet to have a free dental check with an RSPCA veterinary nurse.
- Free consultations for your new puppy or kitten with our qualified nursing staff. This will help you with all you need to keep your new pet healthy and happy, including information about desexing, immunisation, nutrition, parasite control and training.
- Boarding facilities for pets who require ongoing care or medication and whose owners aren't able to tend to their pets themselves