We offer a broad range of specialist veterinary services. Our vets, nurses and administrative staff are here to provide the highest quality diagnostic and treatment options in Sydney.
When an animal has obvious issues that are not easily diagnosed from external examination our internal medicine team may be required to operate to understand the issue better. Common symptoms or conditions include…
NSVSC is at the forefront of surgical technology. Our surgical team offers experienced, specialised surgical care, employing state-of-the-art surgical equipment to provide the best available care for your pet.
NSVSC is a fully staffed emergency, trauma, and critical care facility open 24/7, 365 days a year. Our dedicated team consists of Sydney’s leading emergency veterinarians and nurses, providing peace of mind and the best possible care for your pet.
Our advanced imaging equipment allows us to investigate any area of the body, ranging from simple chest X-rays to detailed analysis of the brain and spinal cord using our MRI and CT scanners. With ultrasound, we can monitor the way blood flows through the heart and are able to view the internal structure of abdominal organs. This also allows us to take samples of abnormal looking tissue, helping us to reach the right diagnosis as promptly as possible.
North Shore has a legacy of excellence in cardiology. Dr Richard Churcher has years of experience in interventional cardiology, pioneering the pacemaker placement in Sydney. The team is highly skilled in echocardiology and able to detect acquired and inherited diseases. We have also worked with human cardiologists for bypass surgeries.
When you refer a pet in need of specialist evaluation or emergency or critical care, you can trust that NSVSC will act as an extension of your care. Following a visit to NSVSC your practice will receive a copy of the patient’s record, and….
Animal dental referrals is run by Dr. Christine Hawke, BVSc(Hons), PhD, MANZCVS (Veterinary Dentistry). Christine is a 1993 University of Sydney graduate who hated surgery and dentistry so much that she even did a PhD in….
Sydney Exotics and Rabbit Vets (Dr David Vella & associates) are Sydney-based small mammal and reptile vets, who exclusively see rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, rats, mice, lizards, snakes, turtles, frogs and axolotls.
Our specialist cancer hospital team work involves diagnosis, management and treatment of cancer in dogs and cats. We understand a cancer diagnosis brings many tough decisions. Our vets will work with you to understand the….
When conducting internal medicine diagnostic or treatment services, dogs and cats require anaesthesia or sedation. There are various anaesthetic techniques suitable for different treatments and your specialist will discuss with….
While birds are often easier to care for than four-legged pet they still have issues where you need specialist diagnosis and treatment. Our avian vets, in addition to completing an undergraduate degree in veterinary science, specialists….
We offer high end veterinary care in the management of pain and improving movement in dogs and cats pre and post surgery. Our rehabilitation vet works closely alongside our specialist surgeons to provide a holistic gold standard of care for our patients.
Our advanced imaging equipment allows us to investigate any area of the body, ranging from simple chest X-rays to detailed analysis of the brain and spinal cord using our MRI and CT scanners. With ultrasound, we can monitor the…..
Looking to reproduce from your companion or champion? Our specialists can help you on the journey from pre-screening to birthing. And remember to contact us well before starting the dog or cat breeding process so we can consider things…
A pet can be a much as a family member as any human. And when the time comes for a companion to leave us we can be feel smothered by feelings that we struggle cope with. This is not wrong not unusual. And you should not feel….
Blood Donor Program
Did you know dogs have more than 12 blood groups? And their red blood cells contain any combination of these since as blood groups are independently inherited. The blood your pet donates is often used for surgery or critical care cases.