Our Services

Our Services

Basic Veterinary Services

We strive to give our patients the highest quality care we possibly can.
Alongside thorough consultations and clinical examinations, our basic veterinary services include vaccinations, microchipping, spays, castrations and so much more!

Weight Loss Clinic

Our clinic, alongside Hill’s Pet Nutrition, offers a wonderful weight loss programme aimed at keeping pets happy and healthy, allowing us to be able to spend as much time with them as we possibly can!

In-House Laboratory

We have our very own laboratory, which allows us to run the majority of our blood tests in-house, enabling us to give you accurate results almost instantly.

Orthopaedic Surgery

Our experienced surgeons are capable of doing a wide variety of orthopaedic procedures on many different species, big or small.

The Kimberley Vet Clinic Blood Bank

We have our very own blood bank initiative, as well as many spectacular dogs that donate blood on a rotational basis.
If you would like to find out more about the blood bank and what it takes for your dog to become a donor and a hero pup, please contact our clinic.
We would love to hear from you!

Basic Physiotherapy / Rehabilitation

Our passionate veterinary nurse offers physiotherapy/rehabilitation to all our orthopaedic patients after surgery. Physiotherapy is also great for a lot of other musculoskeletal disorders.

Dental Services

We offer basic dentistry services including dental cleaning, tooth extractions, basic radiography and more.

Farm Visits

Our skilled staff are expertly trained in various fields. This allows us to offer mobile services to a wide region around Kimberley. These services include herd health consultations, cattle work, small stock, equine consultations and poultry.

Wildlife Services

We are passionate about the world around us. In an effort to conserve our environment, we offer comprehensive wildlife services that includes, but is not limited to, the darting of wildlife, herd management, occasional research projects and the treatment of endangered species.

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