What are suitable rewards/treats for my dog or cat?

Providing rewards and treats to our pets is an important part of any training program, and let’s face it, sometimes we just want to spoil them. Like all things good, they are best given in [...]

I have lost my pet. What should I do?

If you have lost your pet, check the council pound in your area and phone our staff to report the details of your lost pet. In many cases, a pet with a collar, name tag and/or microchip will be [...]

Baldivis Emergency Vet Building Access

When you arrive at the clinic the front door may be locked for security reasons: lift the phone handset which will let a buzzer sound in the clinic. One of our staff will let you in. [...]

How do I know if my pet needs immediate attention?

If you are concerned that your pet may need urgent veterinary care please call us on 9524 1466 or 0499 150 404 or come straight down – no appointments are needed for out of hours emergencies. [...]

Routine Veterinary Services

We do not offer ‘routine’ veterinary services like vaccinations and desexing outside of regular daytime hours.

Can I just turn up on the day?

Yes of cause! You are welcome to visit us with or without a referral. We do however, recommend calling us or making an online booking prior to your visit.

When and why should I have my animal desexed?

We routinely desex dogs and cats between five and six months of age. The RSPCA desexes animals at much younger ages to exclude any chance of any more unwanted litters. While desexing at a younger [...]

Not a client of Baldivis Vet Hospital?

If you are not normally a client of Baldivis Vet Hospital a full report will be sent to your regular vet the following day to allow for continuity when you go back to your vet. If your pet was [...]