In the community

Caring for our native wildlife

We care for all native wildlife and provide veterinary treatment free of charge. From basic nursing care, pain relief, fluid therapy and anti-biotic treatment, through to surgical procedures. We work closely together with various wildlife groups such as Wires and Sydney Wildlife Service.

If you find any injured wildlife you can contact WIRES on 13 00 094 737 (13 000 WIRES) or Sydney Wildlife Service on 9413 4300. They will give you advice on what to do until a trained rescuer comes to take the animal to a vet or carer. In circumstances where you cannot get in touch with either WIRES or Sydney Wildlife, you can contact us on 9999 2269 or bring the animal to our hospital.

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Assistance Dogs Australia (ADA) :

ADA is a national charity which trains Labradors and Golden Retrievers to help people with disabilities, providing them with greater freedom and independence.

They provide a free service to people with disabilities such as cerebral palsy and spina bifida, multiple sclerosis and those who have been in tragic accidents and will never walk again. They provide dogs for children with autism, people living with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and people living with dementia.

Each Assistance Dog takes 2 years to train and requires an investment of over $30,000 – however Assistance Dogs are provided to people living with disabilities free of charge throughout Australia.

On Sunday, August 27th 2017, the Mona Vale Vet team sponsered ADA through taking part in the Annual Northern Beaches Pub 2 Pub Fun Run and Walk, a 13km race from Dee Why Beach to Newport Beach. A total of $750 was raised by the MVVH team for this great cause!

The MVVH team on the start line at Dee Why Beach

The MVVH team on the start line at Dee Why Beach

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Celebrating the finish at Newport Beach Surf Club! We even meet "CeeJay' a local Assistance Dog!

Celebrating the finish at Newport Beach Surf Club! We even meet “CeeJay’ a local Assistance Dog!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guide Dogs NSW/ACT:

Mona Vale Veterinary Hospital has a number of clients who use the services of a Guide Dog or raise Guide Dog puppies in their homes before they undergo their training programs.

In 2016, a total of $2293.00 was raised by the Mona Vale Vet team, through taking part in the Annual Northern Beaches Pub 2 Pub Fun Run, raising money for Guide Dogs NSW/ACT. This funds raised went towards providing enrichment and play equipment for all the puppies born at the Guide Dogs centre.

Guide Dogs Kirk, Tilly & Dr Jenny pub to pub

Australian Reptile Park Anti-Venom Program

Australian Reptile ParkWe are affiliated with The Australian Reptile Park, by being a drop off point for Funnel Web Spiders.

These spiders are collected by rangers on a weekly basis and sent to the Reptile Park on the Central Coast for Ranger’s to use as part of the milking program for the production of anti-venom.

Funnel-webs are deadly venomous and extreme caution should be used to safely catch one. Reduce the risk of a bite by wearing gardening gloves and long trousers tucked into socks with sturdy shoes or boots. Find a glass jar with a wide mouth, remove the lid and pierce the top with air holes.

Invert the jar over the spider. When the spider is within the jar, slide a piece of heavy cardboard or solid plastic under the opening to completely cover it. Invert the jar, keeping the top covered. Check the spider is in the bottom, carefully drop a moist cotton bud into the jar with the spider, then put on the lid.

More information on how to safely catch a spider, first aid for spider bites and local drop off points can be found on the Australian Reptile Park Website

Our Team

Our veterinarians are dedicated to providing the best possible healthcare by getting to know you and your pet.

Meet the Veterinarians & Team of Mona Vale Veterinary Hospital in Mona Vale! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!

Please call us at 02 9999 2269 to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!



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Puppy Preschool

Mona Vale Veterinary Hospital’s Puppy Preschool course runs for 4 weeks and is run by our Qualified Dog trainer’s Tara Thomas & Josie Stiddard.

During this time the puppies will meet new friends and owners learn new skills to teach when at home, on walks, around at a friends place or just general living with your newest furry friend.



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Pet Services

At Mona Vale Veterinary Hospital our aim is to keep pets healthy!

Part of this is regular veterinary health checks (wellness checks) in which one of our vets performs a full physical examination to ensure that everything is working how it should be and to tailor a plan to ensure that everything stays that way!What happens at my pet’s Wellness Check?



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