Best Vets in Wellington NSW

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Vets in Wellington

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Dubbo Equine Hospital

Complete horse care

9L Rawsonville Bridge Rd Dubbo NSW 2830 | 46.9 km away
3 Reviews

Pet Medical Centre

Pet care in Dubbo

27 Cobra St Dubbo NSW 2830 | 46.9 km away
5 Reviews

Duncan McGinness Veterinary Surgeon

The Dubbo Vets providing compassionate care for your pets

34 Bourke St Dubbo NSW 2830 | 46.9 km away
1 Review

Wellington Veterinary Hospital

7086 Mudgee Rd Wellington NSW 2820 | 1.3 km away

Dubbo Veterinary Hospital

355 Macquarie St Dubbo NSW 2830 | 45.4 km away

Featured reviews for vets in Wellington.

Marlene left a review for Dubbo Equine Hospital

We found Ross great. Very good vet!

Brenda left a review for Duncan McGinness Veterinary Surgeon
Thank you!

Duncan and his staff have been our highly valued veterinary team for our three dogs. Duncan has been most caring and helpful in providing our dogs with the best treatments. He has provided services above and beyond any other vet we have encountered. I highly recommend Duncan and his team to treat/care for anyone's pet. Thank you!

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Common questions about vets

My pet needs to see a vet, but I can't afford the bill. Now what?

Talk to your vet - they may offer payment plans with a deposit in some circumstances.

How do I know if my dog is pregnant?

There are physical and behavioural signs to look for—however only a professional diagnosis can give you a definitive answer.

How can I tell if my cat is sick?

Changes in behaviour, eating and drinking habits, urine and defecation output, vomiting and coughing may be common signs of illness.

How can I tell if my pet has fleas?

Fleas are small and fast, and can sometimes be hard to detect. They commonly hide under armpit and groin areas.

My cat keeps vomiting. What should I do?

Occasional vomiting might not be cause for concern – if the problem persists, a vet check may be necessary.

Why does my pet pace at night?

Old age can cause dementia-like behaviours in pets. Anxiety, pain, or another underlying medical issue may also find it difficult to settle.

My dog ate chocolate - now what?

Call your vet for advice - depending on the amount eaten, they may need to be seen immediately. Minor cases can sometimes be monitored from home.

Can a vet help with my dog constantly barking?

Maybe. It is a good idea to see a vet for a check-up for any medical issues, as well as tips that may manage barking.

I think my dog has anxiety. What do I do?

Behaviour therapy and medications may be of assistance. Discuss with your vet.

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