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Brave Pet of the Month

Cymry manages immune mediated haemolytic anaemia

Cymry is an adorable 10 year old male Corgi, who had previously always been happy and healthy. He came to visist us as he wasn’t his usual self and hadn’t been eating as well as usual. Being a typical Corgi, he usually loves his food!

Brave Pet of the Month

Possum’s near death encounter with an Eastern Brown Snake

Possum is a one year old female Ragdoll who has a permanent, endearing cross eyed look! Her very concerned fur-parents called the Windaroo Veterinary Surgery Animal Hospital to say they were bringing her down, as she had been scratching at her neck, drooling, and was cranky; certainly not her usual self!

Brave Pet of the Month

Loola’s car accident resulting in a tail amputation

Loola is a five and a half year old Border Collie who came to the Windaroo Veterinary Surgery Animal Hospital to see Dr Lisa Roberts, as one afternoon after she had accidently been run over by a four-wheel-drive.

New Build

Check out our new premises and state-of-the-art equipment

Happy New Year! If you haven’t yet had the opportunity to view our brand new Animal Hospital, we wanted to share our latest interior and exterior pictures. The landscaping has made an impact to the exterior appearance, while the handmade cabinetry and custom equipment looks right at home. Thank you to all our valued and new clients for making us feel right at home here in Bahrs Scrub.

Brave Pet of the Month

Molly’s bladder stone recovery

Molly is a 9 year old Shih Tzu presented to the WVS Animal Hospital just before Christmas with blood in her urine. Her urine test showed that she had a significant urinary tract infection and Molly was given a two week course of antibiotics.

Weight Loss

Does your pet need a New Years Resolution?

Post Christmas obesity blues
Did your pet over-indulge this festive season and is looking a little rounder around the middle?

Studies have shown that between 33% to 44% of pets are overweight and this scary statistic is continuing to increase!

Blog Posts

Spring allergies in dogs

How to know if your pet is allergic?
One of the most common reasons for a pet to go to a vet is for skin complaints. Spring and Summer are the worst times. Skin problems can be recurring and one of the most frustrating diseases for both owners and their pets!

New Build

The Offical Opening of WVS Animal Hospital

What a great day we had!
The official opening of WVS Animal Hospital with Mayor Luke Smith and Councilor Laurie Koranski was a success. We had an excellent turn out of 150 people from the local community, despite the rain.

Brave Pet of the Month

Emergency surgery for ‘Toffee’

‘Toffee’ is an 8 year old female Lhasa Apso x Shih Tzu that was entire when presented late August after becoming lethargic and going off her food. She had recently gone on heat but there was a lot more fluid discharging from her vulva then normal.

Blog Posts

Dreaded mosquitos transferring Heartworm to your pet

When you are bitten by a mosquito, your skin will form a red bump that becomes extremely itchy. But did you know that a mosquito bite can make you really sick, and in severe cases can cause death?

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Covid-19 Update

Our community has done an amazing job so far. The Team at Windaroo Animal Hospital are working hard to continue to maintain social distancing, keeping you and our Team safe. This is a team effort.

Please phone ahead for Food, Product and medications or an appointment for the Vet to see your pet. Phone us when you arrive at the Hospital. We will come to you.

We can communicate with you through our windows or if your dog is vaccinated, you can have an outdoor consultation in our beautiful garden . We can arrange home delivery of preventatives and medications.

Debit and credit cards are preferred.

Thank you for your support.