Tahmoor Clinic

02 4683 1918

Caring Country Vets

Thirlmere Clinic

02 4681 8470

Common Questions






Do I need to make an appointment?

Yes, by making an appointment we can ensure that the veterinarian is available and that delays in the waiting room are minimised. Emergencies however can be seen with priority. In addition to consulting, our veterinarians carry out surgery and house calls.


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How often does my pet need a vaccination?

Puppies and kittens require 3 boosters initially and an annual booster thereafter to maintain protective immunity. An annual check up is always important as any health issues with your pets can be detected earlier.

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Do you have kittens up for adoption?

Please contact Wollondilly Lost Found and Injured Pets on Facebook or via their website for more information about kittens for adoption.

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Do you run a Puppy Pre-School?

We recommend you contact Wollondilly All Breeds Kennel Club for dog training advice. Go to Dog Training on Our Services page for details.


Should I desex my pet?

Yes. Desexing prevents many health problems (prostatitis, uterus infections, reproductive cancers) as well as undesirable behaviour (roaming, dominant aggression,urine spraying). Unless you plan to breed please discuss desexing with our vets.

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Can I book the vet to do a house call?

Yes. We understand that clients may need a mobile service when they are without transport or perhaps your pet stresses at the vet clinic. We can also transport your pet to hospital if needed!

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Is the vet experienced with horses and farm animals?

Yes. Our veterinarians are all experienced with farm animals. Dr Matthew Walker is a competitive endurance rider and ride veterinarian and currently sits on the national EQUESTRIAN FEI and NSW Endurance Committees.

Equine Services page      Farm Animals page


Do you offer cat boarding?

We no longer provide cat boarding at the Thirlmere Clinic. Contact local catteries via Google.


Are dental checks free of charge?

Yes. Our dental checks for dogs and cats are FREE at our clinics year round by appointment. If you wish to discuss other health problems or if your pet needs a broader examination our standard consultation fee will apply.

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In an emergency what should I do?

During business hours or after hours always phone first our clinics for advice and so we can ensure that a vet is available to assist. At times your pet may need to proceed to a 24hr Emergency Centre located in Ingleburn, Sydney or Wollongong where there is a vet is on site 24hrs a day. 




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