Mullumbimby Veterinary Clinic

Vets & Veterinary Surgeons - Mullumbimby, NSW

Full Range Of Small & Large Animal Veterinary Service.

124 Dalley St, Mullumbimby NSW 2482

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About Us

Qualified equine dentist.
Animal veterinary service open all hours.

At Mullumbimby Vet Clinic, you'll be fully supported with sound advice first and foremost. We pride ourselves on having a personal relationship with our clients. There are no barriers; our vets will always talk to you because that leads to the best outcomes for your best friend. Helping our clients starts with providing a good understanding of local health care issues and treatment options.

With fully equipped examination rooms, state of the art digital x-ray, ultrasound machines and pharmaceutical stores at our clinic, we provide on-the-spot assistance for nearly all animal health and medical needs.

*Health Checks, *Cat Vaccination, *Dog Vaccination, *Intestinal Worms, *Heartworm, *Flea Control, *Flea Or Tick Control, *Dentistry, *Radiography, *Ultrasonography, *Clinical Pathology, *Specialist Referrals, *Pet Insurance, *Desexing, *Orthopaedic, *Soft Tissue, *Ophthalmic, *Emergency Procedures, *And More.

Payment Methods

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Products and Services


Alpacas, Amphibians, Axolotls, Birds, Cats, Cattle, Dogs, Domestic, Exotics, Ferrets, Fish, Foals, Frogs, Goats, Greyhounds, Guinea Pigs, Horses, Livestock, Lizards, Mammals, Mice, Pigs, Rabbits, Rats, Reptiles, Ruminants, Sheep, Snakes, Turtles, Wildlife


Dental Checks, Hospitalisation, Nutrition Counselling, Vaccinations


Orthopaedics, Pathology, Radiography, Radiology, Surgery, Ultrasonography


Anaesthesia, Chemotherapy, Dentistry, Euthanasia, Haematology, Microchipping, Ultrasound


Diet Foods, Puppy Classes, Puppy Pre-school


Allergies, Arthritis, Behaviour, Diseases, Fleas, Heartworm, Injuries, Itchiness, Pain, Reproduction, Ringworm, Soft Tissue Disorders, Ticks, Trauma, Weight, Worms


Animal Clinics, Animal Hospitals, Blood Bank, Cats' Areas, Intensive Care, Isolation Areas, Kennels, Laboratory, Pools

Service Option

24hr Turnaround, After Hours Service, By Appointment, Delivery, Emergency Service




Small Animals


Air Conditioned, Heating


Blood Tests, ECG, Examinations, X-rays


Back, Ears, Eyes, Spine


Australian Operated

Hours of Operation

24hr Emergency Service, Flexible Hours, Open 24hrs, Open 365 Days, Open Evenings, Open Late, Open Monday - Friday, Open Saturdays, Open Sundays


Accredited, Certified, Guaranteed, Licensed, Registered, Warranties


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  • Will desexing affect my pet's personality?

    Your pet will retain their pre-operation personality, possibly with the added bonus of being calmer and less aggressive.

  • Should my female have one litter first?

    No. It is actually better for her not to have any litters before being spayed.Her risk of developing breast cancer increases if she is allowed to go through her first heat.

  • Will it cause my pet to become fat?

    Your pet's metabolism may be slowed due to hormonal changes after desexing,however this is easily managed with adjusting feeding and ensuring adequate exercise. There is no reason a desexed pet cannot be maintained at a normal weight.

  • Is desexing painful?

    As with all surgery, there is some tenderness immediately after the procedure, but most pets will recover very quickly. We administer pain relief prior to surgery and after surgery too.Your pet will be discharged with a short course of pain relief medication to take at home for the first few days after the surgery. In many cases, your pet will likely need some encouragement to take it easy!

  • "Will my dog lose its "guard dog "instinct?"

    No, your dog will be just as protective of their territory as before the surgery.