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Our veterinary hospitals provide veterinary care for both pets and animals in need.

Sydney Veterinary Hospital

Due to an increase in cases of the Feline panleukopenia virus in groups of kittens, our Sydney Veterinary Hospital is not in a position to take in any kittens over the next 7 days. We are closely monitoring all felines currently in our care for symptoms.

Since December 2015, our dedicated and experienced Veterinary Team have provided medical care, services and products to privately-owned pets, as well as to abandoned, homeless, injured and sick shelter animals.

Best of all, when you use any of our services, all profits go straight back to helping animals in need and delivers medical treatment to animals in our care.

The veterinary hospital is well-equipped with state-of-the-art veterinary equipment. Our skilled Veterinary Team offers a wide range of surgical expertise, from routine to complicated desexing, non-routine orthopaedic and soft tissue surgeries. The Sydney team provide quality advice and complete care from diagnosis to discharge, seven days a week.

Our Sydney Veterinary Hospital has been awarded Silver Level Cat Friendly Clinic accreditation. As one of only 12 veterinary hospitals in Sydney with Cat Friendly Clinic accreditation, our Sydney Veterinary Hospital is dedicated to our commitment of a higher welfare standard for our feline friends.

Where we are

Contact Details

201 Rookwood Road
Yagoona, NSW, 2199

Phone: (02) 9770 7575
Desexing Hotline: (02) 9770 7541 
Fax: (
02)8331 1935

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday, 9:30am -6:30pm 

Saturday , 9:30am – 12:30pm 

Closed Sunday and public holidays.

Emergency Hours

Mon – Fri 9am – 6pm

Sat – Sun 9am – 12pm

Appointments are necessary

Veterinary Hospital FAQs

Our Sydney, Hunter and Broken Hill Shelters have veterinary hospitals onsite. In addition, we have a veterinary hospital located at Tighes Hill.

Our prices vary, but we aim to make them as affordable as possible. If you hold a health care card or pensioner card, we may be able to still help you provide the best care for your pet. Please contact your local veterinary location for more information here.

Absolutely 100 per cent of profits go back into the organisation to help animals in need. It provides veterinary care, nutrition, shelter, rehabilitation and enrichment to every animal that comes through our doors.