Crookwell Veterinary Hospital

Vets & Veterinary Surgeons - Crookwell, NSW

24 Hour Emergency Veterinary Hospital

220 Goulburn St, Crookwell NSW 2583

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About Us

About Crookwell Veterinary Hospital

  • High quality pet food
  • 24 hour emergency service
  • Experienced nursing staff
  • Wide range of parasite control products
  • Providing highest quality diagnostic and care
CVH services a wide area and we provide veterinary care for large and small animal's right across the Crookwell & Goulburn distric
Crookwell Veterinary Hospital offers some of the most up-to-date veterinary facilities in regional New South Wales. A mixed rural practice, we have serviced the Crookwell, Goulburn and surrounding districts for over 30 years.

We run a 24/7 practice with a veterinarian on duty & available 365 days of the year - whether for emergencies, your furry best friend, a farm animal on your property, or injured wildlife. Our veterinarians have the professional skills, expertise & passion for treating both large & small animals & our hospital provides the highest quality diagnostic & medical care for pets & production animals.

We stock farm animal products, including vaccines and drenches, and a great range of pet accessories and high quality pet food.

Crookwell Veterinary Hospital operates from a contemporary, architect-designed building. Our facilities are superbly equipped, and have been purpose-built to deliver high standards of veterinary care for all animals, large and small.

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96 605 993 235
Also trades as
R C & J L Churchill
Also listed under
Veterinary Animal Clinics & Hospitals

Products and Services


Alpacas, Amphibians, Birds, Cats, Cattle, Dogs, Domestic, Ferrets, Foals, Goats, Guinea Pigs, Horses, Livestock, Mammals, Mice, Pigs, Rabbits, Rats, Reptiles, Sheep, Snakes, Wildlife


Nursing Care, Obedience Training, Quarantine Services, Rehabilitation, Vaccinations


Pathology, Radiography, Radiology, Surgery, Ultrasonography


Anaesthesia, Artificial Insemination, Chemotherapy, De-sexing, Dentistry, Endoscopy, Euthanasia, Microchipping, Ultrasound


Diet Foods, Puppy Classes, Puppy Pre-school


Arthritis, Behaviour, Diseases, Fleas, Heartworm, Injuries, Itchiness, Pain, Reproduction, Ticks, Weight, Worms


Intensive Care, Kennels, Laboratory

Service Option

By Appointment, Consultations, Delivery, Drop Off, Emergency Service




Small Animals


Air Conditioned, Heating


Blood Tests, Examinations, X-rays


Back, Ears, Eyes

Hours of Operation

24hr Emergency Service, Open Monday - Friday, Open Saturdays


Accredited, Certified, Registered, Warranties


  • How can we help?

    Our vets will design control programs that minimise chemical use and that are specific to your individual farm situation. Call us to discuss how our combination of our laboratory facilities and farm animal product can assist with your flock and herd management.

  • Why is CVH different?

    We differ from other rural merchandise outlets by directly linking preventative health medicine to the correct diagnosis of herd and flock diseases. This is critical to our merchandising of large animal product, and we do this through our own laboratory services.

  • How does CVH undertake an FEC?

    Our staffs process the droppings and count the worm eggs under a microscope for each individual sample. Results are normally available the same day samples are presented (please book in your samples before delivery). We may suggest further testing such as faecal cultures in some situations to identify the specific worm species causing problems - FECs don't distinguish between common worm species. Faecal culture results take 10 days.

  • What is a faecal egg count?

    FECs represent the number of worm eggs in a sample of dung at a given time. The count is then expressed as 'eggs per gram' of dung. An FEC > 500 is considered highly significant, requiring treatment, and an FEC >250 is significant and may warrant treatment and further investigation.