RSPCA NSW provides veterinary care to both animals in need and pets of private patients.Home What we do Veterinary Services RSPCA Tighes Hills Veterinary HospitalWhat we doAdoptionsDogs and PuppiesCat and KittensPocket PetsBirdsLivestockAdoption feesExceptional OwnersSeniors for Seniors ProgramVeterinary ServicesRSPCA Sydney Veterinary HospitalRSPCA Hunter Veterinary Hospital (Rutherford)RSPCA Tighes Hills Veterinary HospitalRSPCA Broken Hill Veterinary HospitalRescue and RehabilitateAnimal AmbulanceDrives For LivesBehaviourPet Rehabilitation ProgramLost and FoundI’ve lost my petI’ve found a petCare for AnimalsOwning a PetCostsVeterinary CareAdopting a New PetLocating a Lost PetPets and Rental PropertiesDisaster Management PlansEnrichmentThe Chain ExchangeDog CareDog Walking GuidelinesParvovirus in DogsBarkingDog Training Tips and VideosBathing and GroomingIdentificationVeterinary CareHousingBreedsEnrichmentNutritionPuppy CareCat CareKitten CareIdentificationVeterinary CareKeeping Wildlife Safe and Your Cat HappyHousingBreedsBathing and GroomingTrainingNutritionPocket PetsLivestockBirdsHousingIdentificationVeterinary CareNutritionBathing and GroomingTrainingPet HazardsToxic Plants for PetsChristmas SeasonFireworks and StormsHeat StressSnake Bites and PetsBushfires and House FiresDroughtsEducationPrimaryEarly Stage 1Stage 1Stage 2Stage 3SecondaryStage 4Stage 5Stage 6TertiarySchool Holiday ProgramCommunity GroupsAnimal AmbassadorsProfessional Development for TeachersFamily FunTrainingACM20117 Certificate II in Animal StudiesACMMIC401 Implant Microchip in Cats and DogsBasic Animal First AidACMGAS206 Provide Basic First Aid for AnimalsIntroducing Your Pet to a New BabyAnimal WelfareOur InspectoratePrevention of Cruelty to Animals Act (1979)Working in CommunitiesCommunity Aged Care ProgramCommunity Domestic Violence ProgramCommunity Homelessness ProgramVolunteering for Community ProgramsOutreach Animal Assistance ProgramsHuman Services WorkshopsIndigenous Community Companion Animal Health Program (ICCAHP)Youth InitiativesHome Ever AfterCommunity Branches and ProgramsBushfire ResponseDisaster and AlertsHot weatherFireworks and StormsBushfires and House FiresDroughtsRSPCA Pet InsuranceHEA: Home Ever AfterVeterinary ServicesRSPCA Sydney Veterinary HospitalRSPCA Hunter Veterinary Hospital (Rutherford)RSPCA Tighes Hills Veterinary HospitalRSPCA Broken Hill Veterinary HospitalTighes Hills Veterinary HospitalThe Tighes Hills Veterinary Hospital serves the needs of private clients in the community. We provide care for some shelter animals, injured and sick strays, and impounded animals.The hospital offers a range of services, including:advice and support for pet ownerstwo consult roomsan operating theatremonitored recovery areasprivate, sound-proofed facilitiesmicrochipping servicesreferralsveterinary retail productsThe hospital is partnered with a number of organisations, including the University of Sydney and other universities for veterinary training opportunitiesThere are also opportunities available for foster carers and volunteers.After-hours emergencies are shared between the Hunter Veterinary Hospital and Tighes Hill Veterinary Clinic on alternate weeks. In the event of an out-of-hours emergency, please call the main phone number and you will be directed to the appropriate after-hours veterinarian.Where we areContact Details75 Elizabeth Street Tighes Hill, NSW, 2297Phone: (02) 4927 6822 Fax: (02) 4927 6877After hours emergencies: (02) 4957 7106Opening HoursMonday to Friday 8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.Closed Sunday and public holidaysAppointments are necessary.Veterinary Hospital FAQsWhich RSPCA NSW shelters have a veterinary hospital onsite?Our Sydney Shelter, Hunter Shelter and Broken Hill Shelter have veterinary hospitals onsite. In addition, we have a veterinary hospital located at Tighes Hill and a Consult Room available at our Care Centre in Rouse Hill.How much is a consultation? Is RSPCA NSW cheaper than other veterinary hospitals?RSPCA NSW prices are very competitive and we aim to be as affordable as possible. For more information, please contact your local veterinary hospital for more information here. Are all of the profits used to help RSPCA NSW animals in need?Yes, 100 per cent of the profits go back into the organisation to help the animals in our care. They are used to provide enrichment, nutrition, rehabilitation, shelter and veterinary care for the animals who come into RSPCA NSW’s facilities.