Windaroo Vet is moving to Bahrs Scrub

Progress Update One Welcome to the Windaroo Vet Surgery blog, where we will be sharing our latest and greatest project - our bran spankin' new purpose built premises just down the road at Bahrs Scrub.

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Progress Update One

Welcome to the Windaroo Vet Surgery blog, where we will be sharing our latest and greatest project – our bran spankin’ new purpose built premises just down the road at Bahrs Scrub.

The new Vet Hospital is currently being constructed on the front lawn of Lisa and Dave’s premises at 1 Janine Drive, and is scheduled to open it’s doors to our existing clients and teh public in April 2016.

The two storey home with residential living quarters upstairs has been architectually designed by Lisa herself, fit with three consultation rooms and a purpose built catry waiting room and consult area – perfect for your fury feline friends.

Outside the property will feature a very large grassed and enclosed dog area, so sick animals are able to get amongst the sunshine with owners.

We will be using this blog as a platform to share the build progress and would love your commentary along the way.

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Windaroo Animal Hospital continues to practice social distancing, keeping you and our Team safe.

You have 3 options: We are now allowing ONE client into the Hospital for consultations. If your dog is vaccinated we can have an outdoor consultation in the garden. We can continue to communicate through the window.

Please call on arrival for your appointment. No-one is waiting inside.

We will continue to bring food and medications out to your car, so please phone ahead for convenience.

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