Dundas Veterinary Hospital

The Dundas Veterinary Hospital is open 7 days a week12 Station Street, Dundas NSW 2117 Phone: (02) 9638 7766

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Dundas Veterinary Hospital


  • Consultations
  • Surgery
  • Cancer treatment
  • Arthritis treatment
  • Microchips
  • Vaccinations
  • Heartworm prevention
  • Skin checks
  • Radiographs
  • Ultrasound
  • Opthalmology
  • Ecg
  • In house pathology



Dental health is vitally important to todays very long lived pets, and we encourage regular dental checkups as part of our once a year general health check. Teeth that are allowed to to accumulate plaque, dental calculus and erosions become damaged, and can inflame the surrounding tissue. We have state of the art IM3 ultrasonic scaler and drill set.


Surgery is performed onsite every weekday. Desexings, lapatoromies, eye surgeries, abscesses and fight wounds are the most common. More advanced surgeries including caesarians, cancer removal are also frequently performed at our clinic. 


Anaesthetics are a field on increasing technological advances. Our patients are monitored continuously during anaesthesia, using apnoea monitors, and the Cardell monitor which monitors ecg, et and ins CO2,  respiration, temperature, blood pressure, oxygen tension and heart rate continuously throughout. Pre-anaesthetic blood profiles can be done prior to surgery and IV fluids administered throughout if required. All pets are given pre-anaesthetic pain relief routinely.

In house Laboratory

Laboratory work is done on site for rapid results, including parvovirus, canine pancreatic lipase, giradia, heartworm and FIV testing. We have the IDEXX machine which can deliever blood test results in 15 minutes while you wait. Some blood tests are sent to outside laboratories where complimentary specialist input is given to asssit our vets.  


Rabbits are frequently seen by our vets for vaccinations, castrations, ovariohiohysterectomies which have now become routine for this species. 

Animal Reproduction Services

Reproduction is a field where the ultrasound is frequently used to check for pregnancy diagnosis and to check the viability of foetuses.


Radiology can be done in house and is a quick way to confirm a diagnosis. We have digital radiography for rapid and easily transferrable results.


Ultrasound is great for an immediate non-invasive way to determine- are those puppies still alive, is that fluid or a tumour? On site ultrasound is offered for routine cases- We are able to get in a specialist for more complex cases.

Blood pressure monitoring

Blood pressure monitoring is an essential tool in feline medicine. As our feline friends get older and slip into renal insufficiency blood pressure monitoring is essential in preventing high blood pressure, and the retinal detachments, bleeds and cerebrovascular accidents that go with it. We have both the Doppler and Cardell methods.


Opthalmology is a crucial part of pet care and a very frequent reason for patients to present. We are able to monitor intraocular pressure for pets with inflamed eyes, in order to prevent glaucoma, and in glaucoma management. We have extra instrumentation for monitoring IOP.

Genetic testing

Genetic testing is now being done for inherited diseases, which along with radiology for screening elbows and hips is a wonderful way to eliminate some of the worst breed defects of the past eg hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, collie eye abnormality.


Boarding for cats and small dogs is available all year round, with vets available to keep an eye on them even on public holidays.


Grooming is available by appointment, and Karen out groomer does style cuts, and well as comfy summer cuts and tidy up's.


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