When it is time to say goodbye.

When it is time to say goodbye.

It is never easy to say goodbye to your beloved pet and the decision to euthanase is always a difficult one.  We are here to listen to you and guide you in this difficult time.  We will first examine your pet and carefully assess their quality of life.  We will explain and help you understand…

Consultations

Consultations

Consultation times are: Monday to Friday9:00am to 5:00pm Saturdays9:00am to 12:00pm Consultations can be made for your pet for a whole range of reasons such as any health problems or concerns, vaccination and preventative treatments, injuries and emergencies, behavioural issues and nutritional advice. We treat smaller companion animals such as dogs, cats, birds, rodents, rabbits,…

Radiology

Radiology

We use x-rays to examine the size, shape and position of organs in the body. Radiology is particularly important in the diagnosis of bone fractures, gastrointestinal disorders, bladder stones, heart disease, lung problems, tumors and other internal abnormalities. We also use x-rays to determine if there is foreign material in the body, such as bladder…

Surgery

Surgery

King Street Veterinary Hospital’s dedicated surgical theatre allows us to perform a wide range of interventions, from elective procedures to intricate soft tissue and orthopaedic surgeries. While routine surgery can be performed by our attending veterinarians, Dr Nina Lorenz from Northern Rivers Veterinary Specialists performs our more complicated surgeries. To maintain normal body temperature, our…

Vaccinations

Vaccinations

At King Street Veterinary Hospital, we provide a range of vaccinations to keep your dog and cat safe.  All of our vaccination protocols are up to date and in accordance with the latest international vaccination guidelines for core vaccines. Vaccination for your dog We routinely recommend vaccination against:             Parvovirus             Hepatitis             Distemper            …

Desexing and microchipping

Desexing and microchipping

Desexing King Street Veterinary Hospital encourages desexing of our domestic pets in order to avoid overpopulation, unwanted litters, undesirable behaviour and unnecessary euthanasia. Desexing females reduces the risks of mammary cancer, ovarian cancer and pyometra, a life-threatening infection of the uterus. Desexing males reduces the risks of benign prostatic hyperplasia and cancer. If you have…

Home visits

Home visits

Travelling to the vet can be a stressful experience for you and your pet. At King Street Veterinary Hospital, our veterinarians and nurses are available for house visits and can perform a wide range of treatments in the comfort of your own home. General health check and full physical examination Vaccination Routine pet care and…

Nutritional advice

Nutritional advice

Our pets nutritional needs change accordingly to different factors such as his or her: Gender Breed Age or lifestyle stage Weight Presence of medical conditions such as bladder stones, pancreatitis, kidney disease, food or skin allergies, heart disease and obesity. Daily activities and lifestyle And more! King Street Veterinary Hospital offers a range or premium…

Ultrasonography

Ultrasonography

Ultrasound imaging is an important addition to our radiographic apparatus. It enables us to have a better picture of what is happening inside your pet. With ultrasound imaging we can identify and diagnose conditions that we otherwise would not be able to. It is also very useful in the management of pregnancy. Ultrasounds can be…

Exotic pets

Exotic pets

A select few of our vets are able to assess and treat exotic pets including rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, mice, rats, birds and reptiles. From preventative medicine, diet, husbandry to basic health issues, our team will help you solve your little friends problems and keep him or her in optimal health! Like dogs and cats,…

Animal dentistry

Animal dentistry

At King Street Veterinary Hospital we are equipped with an iM3 veterinary dental unit and full dental radiology suite. We are able to see what lies below the gum line and perform the dental treatment your pet needs. From delicate extractions to professional scaling and polishing, everything your pet needs for a fresh breath and…

Wildlife treatment

Wildlife treatment

Our wildlife is precious and at King Street Veterinary Hospital we provide any injured or orphaned native wildlife medical attention and nutritional care until they are placed in an appropriate care facility. This is a free service to our community. We provide them the best care as we love and appreciate our wildlife as much…

In house laboratory

In house laboratory

King Street Veterinary Hospital is fully equipped to perform a variety of in-house laboratory testing. This includes: Cytology to identify ear and skin infections. Fine needle aspiration and cytology to identify cancerous lumps. Gram stain for identification of bacteria and fungal organisms. Faecal floatation and smear for the detection of parasites. Complete urine examination. Skin…

Grooming

Grooming

Depending on the breed of your pet they may require regular clipping, brushing, washing, or stripping. Regular grooming is not only important for their appearance but for their general health. Cassey and Hayes from Judy’s pet grooming have been providing an excellent grooming service to King Street vets for the past 10 years to make…

Finance

Finance

At King Street Vets we offer three options to help assist you with your veterinary bills. Often our pets become sick or injured and it is up to you as their parents to come up with the finances to pay for their medical expenses. To help you focus on your pet’s treatment and recovery, we…