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About Us

AT A GLANCE
  • High Quality Radiographs
  • Wide Variety Of Surgical Procedures
  • We Utilize The Safest Available Anesthetics
  • The Most Modern Equipment
  • Aiding In The Quick Diagnosis Of Many Disorders
We provide a broad spectrum of diagnostic procedures through in-house testing and the use of external laboratories.
Waterworks Road Vet Surgery is a well-established, full-service, small animal veterinary hospital providing comprehensive medical, surgical and dental care.

The facility includes a well-stocked pharmacy, in-hospital surgery suite, in-house x-ray capabilities, a closely supervised hospitalisation area, and indoor kennels with outdoor walking areas.

At Waterworks Road Vet Surgery we strive to offer not only sound advice, but also optimal veterinary care, thus allowing you the enjoyment of your companion for a maximum number of years. Our job is not only to treat your pet when he or she isn't feeling well, but also to help you learn how to keep your best friend happy and healthy.

Our vets and support staff have a special interest in the wellbeing of your pets, be they dogs, cats, birds or pocket pets.

Payment Methods

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Staff
11-20
Established
1988

Products and Services

Animal

Birds, Cats, Cattle, Dogs, Domestic, Exotics, Greyhounds, Guinea Pigs, Lizards, Mammals, Mice, Rats, Reptiles, Turtles, Wildlife

Service

Behaviour Consultations, Dental Checks, Hospitalisation, Obedience Training, Preventive Care, Rehabilitation, Vaccinations

Practice

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

Procedure

Anaesthesia, Chemotherapy, De-sexing, De-worming, Dentistry, Endoscopy, Euthanasia, Microchipping, Ultrasound

Offering

Diet Foods, Puppy Classes, Puppy Pre-school

Concern

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

Facility

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

Service Option

By Appointment, Consultations, Delivery, Drop Off, Emergency Service, Home Visits, Online Services, Pick-up, Same Day Service

Kind

Small Animals

Amenity

Air Conditioned, Heating

Diagnostics

Blood Tests, ECG, Examinations, X-rays

Anatomy

Back, Ears, Eyes, Spine

Ownership

Australian Operated, Australian Owned, Locally Operated, Locally Owned

Payment Concern

Breeder Discounts, Concession Discounts, Group Discounts, Multiple Pet Discounts, Pensioner Discounts, Senior Discounts

Hours of Operation

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

Assurance

Accredited, Licensed, Registered

Keywords

Pet Care Brisbane, Vets Brisbane, Chickens, Poultry Care Brisbane, Animal Surgery Brisbane, Micro Chipping, Stem Cell Therapy, Pet Grooming Brisbane, Vet Brisbane, vet surgery

Additional Locations

Showing 1 locations in 1 states

FAQs

  • Is the anaesthetic for my pet safe?

    Today's modern anaesthetic monitors have made surgery much safer than in the past. Here at Waterworks Road Vet Surgery, we do a thorough physical exam on your pet before administering anaesthetics, to ensure that a fever or other illness won't be a problem. We also adjust the amount and type of anaesthetic used depending on the health of your pet.

  • Will my pet have stitches after surgery?

    For most surgeries, we use skin sutures that require removal 10 to 12 days later. An appointment is required to remove the sutures but this is free of charge. With some surgeries, in sensitive or difficult areas such as eyes or feet, the vet may decide to use dissolvable sutures, which do not require removal. With either type of suture, you will need to keep an eye on the incision for swelling or discharge.

  • Will surgery cause my pet pain?

    Anything that causes pain in people can be expected to cause pain in animals. Pets may not show the same symptoms of pain as people do; they usually don't whine or cry, but you can be sure they feel it. Pain medications needed will depend on the surgery performed. Major procedures require more pain relief than things like minor lacerations.

  • What other decisions do I need to make?

    While your pet is under anaesthesia, it is the ideal time to perform other minor procedures, such as dentistry, ear cleaning or implanting an identification microchip. If you would like an estimate for these extra services, please call ahead of time. This is especially important if the person dropping the pet off for surgery is not the primary decision maker for the pet's care.

  • How much ahead of time should I come for my pets surgery?

    When you bring your pet in for surgery, we will need to 5 to 10 minutes of time to fill out paperwork and make decisions on the blood testing and other options available. When you pick up your pet after surgery you can also plan to spend about 10 minutes to go over your pet's home care needs. We will sms you the night before your scheduled surgery appointment, to confirm the time you will be dropping your pet off and to answer any questions you might have.