Macquarie Veterinary Clinic Windsor

Vets & Veterinary Surgeons - Windsor, NSW

Quality Care, Personal Service, Qualified staff, Modern equipment

24 Hawkesbury Valley Way, Windsor NSW 2756

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  1. About Us

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About Us

AT A GLANCE
  • Personalised, individual care, high quality
  • High level of veterinary care, very experienced
  • healthcheck, surgery,dental, spay, castrate
  • Microchipping and scanning, all types of surgery
  • Soft tissue, surgery, cruciate, knee reconstuction
All major surgery performed. We are available all day for over the counter sales and general advice via phone or in person.
Macquarie Veterinary clinic has been servicing the Hawkesbury area for the last 40 years. Our wonderful clients have provided us a lot of support and we have been able to equip our selves with the best equipment. Their faith in us keeps us motivated to do the best for our furry friends. We service Windsor,South Windsor, Bligh park,Richmond,Oakville,freemans reach,wilberforce,Londonderry.

Looking after your pets is our passion. We excel at what we do.

We continue to excel at what we do as we are very passionate about looking after your pets. We realise that pets are a part of the family and provide them the best possible care and treatment possbile. You can rest assured that no animal in our hospital will ever suffer due to lack of care from our side. Our staff is very well trained,empathatic and dedicated to the care of animals.

Over the years we have been nominated finalists and winners of local business awards for our excellent service.

Modern equipment, anaesthetics,routine care, major surgeries

Services:

  • Medical Consultations
  • Vaccinations
  • Desexing
  • xray
  • ECG
  • Pharmacy
  • Pathology
  • Ultrasound
  • Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Dentistry
  • Complete Flea, Heartworm and Worming Treatments
  • Puppy Pre-School
  • Microchipping and Scanning
  • Cardiology
  • Allergy testing and treatment
  • A1 Medical and Surgical Facilities
  • Behavioural Training

Payment Methods

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Staff
6
Also trades as
Petalia

Products and Services

Animal

Birds, Cats, Cattle, Dogs, Domestic, Ferrets, Fish, Foals, Greyhounds, Guinea Pigs, Horses, Lizards, Mammals, Mice, Rabbits, Rats, Reptiles, Sheep, Snakes, Turtles, Wildlife

Service

Hospitalisation, Inpatients, Vaccinations

Practice

Behaviour Management, Cardiology, Dermatology, Geriatrics, Internal Medicine, Neurology, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Pathology, Radiography, Radiology, Surgery, Ultrasonography

Procedure

Anaesthesia, De-sexing, De-worming, Dentistry, Euthanasia, Haematology, Massage, Microchipping, Ultrasound

Offering

Puppy Classes, Puppy Pre-school

Concern

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

Facility

Animal Clinics, Animal Hospitals, Cats' Areas, Intensive Care, Kennels, Laboratory

Service Option

After Hours Service, By Appointment, Consultations, Delivery, Drop Off, Home Visits, Pick-up

Kind

Small Animals

Diagnostics

Blood Tests, ECG, Examinations, X-rays

Anatomy

Back, Ears, Eyes, Spine

Hours of Operation

Open Evenings, Open Late, Open Monday - Friday, Open Saturdays, Open Sundays

Assurance

Accredited, Guaranteed, Registered, Warranties

Keywords

windsor, blighpark,Mcgrathshill,Pitttown,richmond, pets-dogs,cats,rabbit,mice,guineapigs,birds, Desexing-castrate,spay, Vaccination-C3,C5,proheart injection, Xray-fractures, hips, dog-all breeds, cat-all breeds, Dental-dental tartar,periodontal disease, Heartworm-annual heartworm injection, dog training-training schools,puppy preschool, kennel cough-for boarding, loud cough, worming-worm every 3 months, kittens-adoption from animal welfare, pancreatitis-vomiting, sick, fatty foods, Feline Aids-outdoor cats, affects immune system, cat flu- nasal discharge, runny eyes, sneezing, Parvo virus-bloody diarrhoea,vomiting, sick puppy, Aspiration pneumonia-coughing, nasal discharge, Diabetes-drinking more, loosing weight, Pet insurance-, Cruciate ligament injury- surgery, active dogs, Castration-calm down, spey-helps mammary tumors, Medial ptella luxation- lame on one or both legs, Gastric dilatation-large breed dogs, large meals, cushings disease- eating and drinking more, Analglands- scooting, dragging bottom, Bladder stones-blood in urine, frequent urination, Arthritis-older dogs and cats, lame, winter, snake antivenom-redbelly black, brown,tiger snake, Blood test-inhouse blood test, Allergy testing- skin problems, Grass seed- abcess from grass seed, ratsac poisoning-rat sac, mice,dogs, Londonderry,berkshire park,oakville, maraylya,, ebenezer,wilberforce,sacville,wisemans ferry, booster needles, booster shots, windsor Vet hospital, caesarian, emergency vet, Microchipping, knee reconstruction, Hotspot-rashes, grass allergy, flea allergy, dog training

FAQs

  • What should I feed my pet? How many times should I feed my dog?

    Any main brand of food it good. You should feed puppy or kitten food for at least 6 months to cats and small breed dogs and upto one year for large breed dogs and then switch to Adult food. Feed at least three times a day till they are 4 months old and then twice daily. The amount of food to be fed depends upon the type of food and pet. Each pet is different so use the instructions on the food bag as a guide. An active pet would need more food as compared to a pet who is not too active.

  • when should I vaccinate my puppy?

    Vaccination protects your best friend against fatal diseases. Puppies should receive 3 vaccinations 3-4 weeks apart. 1st vaccination is done at 6-8 weeks of age. Then two boosters every month. After that an annual booster is recommended. Vaccination can protect against: Parvo Virus- It is a highly contagious and can be spread by contaminated foot wear and your puppy can get the disease even if it does not leave the house. Canine hepatitis, canine distemper, kennel cough and leptospirosis.

  • What is Heartworm? and how do pets get it? How can I prevent heartworm?

    Heartworm is a serious and potentially deadly disease and large parasitic worms are found in the heart of a dog and as a result heart is forced to pump extra hard to keep the blood flowing,which can lead to heart failure. Heart worm is spread by mosquitoes. Just one bite could infect your pet. 60 species of mosquitoes transmit heartworm disease. Your pet can get heartworm tablets or Heartworm injection as a puppy. The injection is given annually with their vaccinations so easy to remember.

  • What age should kittens be vaccinated? Why should I vaccinate my cat? what vaccinations should my cat get?

    Kittens should receive 3 vaccinations,3-4 weeks apart. 1st vaccination is done at 6-8 weeks then two boosters four weeks apart. After that an annual vaccination is recommended. Cats are vaccinated to protect them from highly contagious and infectious diseases. Diseases that you can protect againt with vaccination are: Cat Flu- Caused by calici virus or Feline Rhinotracheitis virus, higly common and contagious. Feline Panleucopenia- causes persistant diarrhoea Feline leukaemia Feline Aids

  • What is the best age for desexing male and female dogs? Why should I desex my pet?

    Ideally 6 months is a good age to get them neutered if you are not going to breed them. They are able to handle the anaesthetic quite well even though with modern anaesthesia it can be done earlier as well . Research shows desexed animals can actually live longer. Desexed animals are less likely to get diseases and certain illnesses such s mammary cancer and uterine infections in females and prostate problems in males. Desexing reduces the desire to roam and reduces the risk of accidents.

  • Why does my pet have a bad breath? . Dental tartar? what are the signs of dental disease? How to prevent bad breath?

    Dental disease is the most common disease in veterinary medicine and affects 80 % of dogs and 70% of cats over 3 years of age. unfortunately there are no symptoms at first. By the time the owners have noticed it the pet has eroded gums and missing teeth and is in chronic pain. some common symptoms are : Problems picking up food, bleeding gums, loose teeth, bad breath, not wanting head touched. Regular vet checks are advised to make sure your pet is not suffering silently.

  • How often should I worm my dog or cat ? Which worming tablets should I use?

    Puppies and kittens should be wormed every two weeks till they are 3 months old. After that they can be wormed every month till they are 6 months old. After the age of 6 months they are wormed every 3 months ie at the start of every season is a good way to remember them. Any good worming product is good as long as it covers all worms including the tapeworm. Heartworm treatment is separate if the dog is getting proheart injections every year then they only need all wormer every 3 months.

  • Why should I vaccinate my dog?

    Vaccination is the only way to protect your dog against certain viral diseases that are highly contagious, and can be fatal. Because viruses cause them, there is no cure and treatment can be expensive, distressing for both you and your dog, and not always successful. The major viral diseases in Australia that affect dogs are Canine Parvovirus, Canine Distemper and Canine Hepatitis. Canine Cough (Kennel Cough) is another disease that has a viral component.

  • Why should I have private Pet insurance? Which insurance is best for my Pet?

    Pet insurance is becoming more and more popular in Australia as the benefits of covering pets against illnesses and accidents are recognized. Pet Insurance offers you peace of mind. If your pet is involved in an accident or suffers a sudden illness the medical costs can be several hundreds to thousands of dollars. There are several companies that offer pet insurance and with the emergence of new schemes, your veterinarian can help you find one that relates to your pets and your requirements.

  • Teaching rabbits to use litter tray

    Like cats, rabbits can be easily trained to use a litter tray. They will almost certainly use a tray that has the smell of droppings or urine in it already. Choose a place away from their food and water bowls, preferably in a corner. If however, your rabbit chooses his own location, then you will probably have to put the litter tray there. An argument with your rabbit over location probably won't achieve anything, except an agitated rabbit and soiled floor coverings.