Emergency Vet Care

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Unfortunately, emergencies and accidents can happen to animals, just as they can with humans. In the case of an emergency, such as a traffic accident, illness or seizure, it’s important to get the very best care for your pet as soon as possible.

At VetMed, we have a team of qualified and fully trained emergency vets and nurses ready to provide your pet with emergency treatment should it be required.

For Immediate and Compassionate Emergency Vet Care

Emergency cases will be treated as a first priority and dealt with immediately during clinic opening hours.

We understand that a beloved pet is just like a family member and your time apart can be difficult. With VetMed, you can rest assured that your pet will receive the best care and be treated as if they were our own. Our team is as compassionate and caring as we are skilled.

We also have a dedicated, trained nursing team on hand to assist all boarded pets.

Three Convenient Emergency Locations

We have VetMed clinics at 3 convenient locations in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, to make emergency vet care easier for you and your pets. You can find us in Randwick, Northbridge, and Lindfield.

24-Hour Referral Service for Pets

For an emergency vet clinic outside of ours hours, we will refer you to a 24-hour specialist animal emergency facility.

If you ring our phone numbers after hours, we have an easy phone menu which will direct your call to Sydney’s SASH emergency animal hospital.

High-Quality Emergency Vet Clinic in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs

Our knowledgeable and caring VetMed teams truly care about both pets and their owners.

We continually invest in ongoing staff education to make sure everyone at VetMed is up-to-date on industry-leading techniques and that our clinics use the most advanced technology available.

For a professional, qualified emergency vet clinic in Sydney, call VetMed today.




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