Torquay Animal House Veterinary Clinic & Hospital

Torquay Vets are open during the current Stage 3 Lockdown.

Business Hours are Monday – Friday: 7.30am – 6.00pm & Saturday: 8:30am – 2.00pm

Call us on (03) 5261 6486

120 Geelong Road, Torquay, VICTORIA 3228

Opposite Subway & McDonald’s – the yellow place – check out our acclaimed wall murals!

Torquay Animal House Veterinary Clinic & Hospital​

Our Vet Practice

Our practice has 6 vets with multiple interests and experience. We service Torquay, the Surf Coast & indeed have clients who come to us from Geelong & Melbourne – because they love the service and ethos of our practice.

The vets constantly stay up to date with veterinary advances by attending continuing education courses and conferences, as well as daily online study.

We have many vet specific & specialist resources available to us and pride ourselves on being able to access the knowledge we need to help with difficult problems across our field.

We have a range of modern equipment and a great hospital to help us do the job well. At the end of the day the pet loving clients we attract drive the vet service we strive to deliver.

Contact Info

120 Geelong Road, Torquay, VICTORIA 3228

Opposite Subway & McDonald’s – the yellow place – check out our acclaimed wall murals!

Business Hours

Monday - Friday: 7.30am - 6.00pm

Saturday: 8:30am - 2.00pm

Torquay Vets - exterior image of Torquay Animal House

About the Clinic

Our vets are dedicated to providing excellent care for your pet. We have a hospital full of the kind of equipment we need to achieve our goals. As well as the standard surgery, X-ray, laboratory & usual hospital facilities one would expect in a vet practice, we also have special interest in ultrasonography.

Emergencies

If possible it is best to call before coming in so that a staff member can advise you on your particular emergency. If you feel you have an emergency with your pet, please call us on 52 616 486 or come to the hospital immediately.

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Insurance

Owning a pet can be expensive. We are all aware of regular expenses such as feeding, flea and worm control, neutering, annual health checks and vaccinations. But what happens if your pet is injured or becomes seriously ill?

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