As proud members of the Endeavour Hills business community, our clinic is committed to supporting local events and causes such as sporting clubs, school events, and organisations. Some of our current community support activities include:

  • Sporting club sponsorship
  • Pensioner discounts
  • School fundraising hampers
  • Local fete and fair sponsorship and participation
  • Student work experience

We are always looking for new ways to foster community spirit, so if you are an Endeavour Hills based community organisation in need of support, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

Wildlife Care

As a leafy suburb with many parks, gardens, trees and birdlife, Endeavour Hills attracts a lot of wildlife and these animals need our care too. Our clinic has extensive experience caring for injured native wildlife and the facilities to ensure the animal is properly taken care of. If you come across injured wildlife, call our clinic immediately. One of our veterinary staff will advise you on how to provide immediate first aid to the animal and the safest, least distressing way to transport the animal to our clinic.

Pet Care

  • De-sexing your dog or cat isn’t just about avoiding unwanted pregnancies. They are often healthier as they are less likely to develop certain diseases over the course of their lives. It can also help with certain behavioural problems. If you are a new dog or cat owner and you are unsure about the whole process, …
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  • Training a new dog takes a lot of time and dedication, especially if you have a puppy. In the beginning, it can seem like an overwhelming amount of work. Just remember to be patient with your dog and take things step by step. In this blog, we are sharing basic tips to get you started. …
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  • This summer, we saw lots of warm weather and heavy rains, making ideal breeding grounds for hoards of mosquitos. In turn, this has caused a spike in cases of myxomatosis. In today’s blog, we are discussing what exactly myxomatosis is, and why you should be active in trying to prevent your rabbit from contracting it. …
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