Toorak Road Veterinary Clinic
We are a small team of dedicated professionals who love what we do. We will provide an exceptional standard of care for you and your pets. We understand that the best result is due to a team effort involving your pet, you as the owner and our veterinarians. We believe in a personalised service and will create a vet experience unique to you and your furry friends.
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a month ago
Great affordable experience with wonderful vetenarians and reception staff
Local Guide · 22 reviews
3 months ago
We have been visiting this clinic for the last 3 years. The staff here are always professional, friendly and extremely helpful. The owners changed recently but the staff have remained the same. We love this clinic and highly recommend it.
2 months ago
I can’t recommend these guys more. They put my dog first during a very traumatic time for me and her. Regular calls to update me on her situation, allowed me to visit while she was staying with them, and understanding my financial situation ...
Heartworm disease also known as Dirofilaria immitis is endemic in Australia. It is a widely prevalent disease that is found across Australia and it can be a fatal disease for dogs without proper treatment. These worms live inside the lungs, heart and blood vessels of an infected animal and have the potential to grow up
The normal body temperature in humans is 37°C (98.6°F). While the normal body temperature in cats and dogs is 38.3 to 39.2°C (101.0 to 102.5°F). Some pets and people will maintain a temperature baseline that is slightly below or above the average. But when your cat or dog’s temperature has risen above 40.0°C (104°F), or