Kwinana Vets are available for consultations 7 days a week. Appointments are preferred although walk-ins will be seen as soon as possible depending on urgency. Opening hours are Monday to Fridays 8:00am to 7:00pm, Saturday 8:00am to 4:00pm and Sundays 8:00am to 12:00 noon.
Consultations are available 9:00am to midday and 3pm to 7pm weekdays, 9am to 4pm Saturdays and 9am to Midday on Sundays.
We offer vaccinations and annual check ups for dogs, cats and exotic pets. A vaccination consultation will include a full physical examination, dental check, weight check and discussion regarding any issues the pet may have. For more information on our current vaccination protocols please click here (link to handout).
In-house specialist services are available for some surgical and medical cases. For all other veterinary specialist assistance our vets will refer you to an appropriate specialist across Perth. Please speak to our vets if you are interested in referral for your pet.
Our Kwinana Vets performs a wide range of routine surgical procedures including desexings, lump removals and dentistry. Our skilled team also perform more advanced orthopaedic procedures, including TTA’s, fracture repairs, major abdominal, soft tissue and ocular surgeries.
A free dental check is available year-round and cost estimates can be provided where dental work is recommended. Comprehensive dental procedures are performed within the hospital, and free dental checks can also be performed on admission for other surgical procedures.
All injured or homeless wildlife are welcome at the Kwinana Veterinary Hospital and will be treated at no cost. If you find injured wildlife, the animal should be placed in a warm dark environment, such as on a towel inside a cardboard box, to keep it warm and safe before bringing it to the hospital. It is important to note the location of where the animal was found (as the goal will be to release in this same spot if possible). Once we have cleared the animal of any health issues they will be passed on to a certified wildlife carer who will prepare and assess them for release back into their natural environment.
These services are all available as a nurse consult anytime within our opening hours. Bookings preferable.
As our hospital is closed overnight and patients are unsupervised, we will often refer patients to Western Australian Veterinary Emergency & Specialty (WAVES) for afterhours monitoring. Occasionally stable patients may remain within the hospital and their level of care and supervision will be carefully explained prior to their stay. For all afterhours emergencies please call WAVES on (08) 9412 5700.
Puppy Preschool classes are run regularly and are appropriate after puppies have had their first vaccination. We recommend classes for puppies from eight weeks of age. Learn more.