Caring for your best friend
At Greenvale Animal Hospital, we aim to provide modern, professional and compassionate health care for your beloved pets. We place the utmost importance on making you and your pet feel comfortable and welcome within our clinic, with a caring and gentle approach to treatment and consultations. Our dedicated team of caring nurses and leading veterinarians are all passionate about pets and avid animal lovers. Click here to see their pets.
With fully equipped examination rooms, surgical facilities, diagnostic equipment and an extensive pharmacy, our veterinary hospital provides prompt assistance for many pet health, medical and surgical needs. We look forward to seeing you and your pet again at your next visit.
Our vet practice services Greenvale, Attwood & Mickleham, as well as Yuroke, Craigieburn, Meadow Heights, Westmeadows, Roxburgh Park, Gladstone Park & Tullamarine.
FREE Dental Checks!
Saliva, bacteria and food particles combine to form plaque every day. Plaque begins to turn into tartar, a hard yellowish deposit on the teeth. Plaque also causes gingivitis – an infection of the gums - that is the first stage of periodontal disease. Book your FREE dental check up – and we can help keep plaque away.
Come in for a FREE Dental Check and we can show you the plaque that is on your pet’s teeth. Plaque begins to turn into tartar, a hard yellowish deposit on the teeth. Plaque also causes gingivitis – an infection of the gums Book your FREE dental check up – and we can help keep plaque away.
Don’t want to get too close to your pet? That bad breath might be a sign of dental disease. Call us to arrange for a FREE dental check up and we can help prevent bad breath.
There are 3 parts to taking care of your pets teeth:
1) Regular tooth brushing
2) A special food that works like a toothbrush
3) Regular check-ups with your vet – every 6 months or AT LEAST once a year
If you notice any of these signs in your pet Come in for a Dental Health Check – it’s FREE!
Bad breath – bad breath is not normal!
Yellow and brown tartar deposits on the teeth – normal teeth should always be white
A red line along the gum line (gingivitis)
Focus on Identification
A special reminder to all our valued clients of the importance of having your pets identification details up to date. We reccommend your pet is fitted with a correctly fitting flat collar with an ID tag printed with your current details. And remember to ensure that your pets microchip details are up to date.
Find out how to change your details and learn more about microchips here.
Puppy School Classes are re-commencing in September. Contact us to secure your spot today!
Young puppies benefit from early socialisation and training
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