After Hours Emergency 0419 806 392 vet@whyallavet.com.au

Open 7 Days

(excluding holidays)
After Hours Emergencies: 0419 806 392

Business Hours

Monday to Friday – 8am to 6pm
Saturday – 9am to 5pm
Sunday – 9am to 5pm

For Appointments

Phone: 86459926
Email: vet@whyallavet.com.au

Dog Wash March

On Saturday 13 March 2021 the Whyalla Veterinary Clinic will hold a dog wash with all proceeds going to the Rotary Club of Whyalla Bring your dog along to the ‘Scrubb A Dubb’ Dog Wash (In memory of Paul and Donna) March 13, 10 am-1 pm, at the Whyalla Veterinary...

Canine (Dog) Ehrlichiosis unlikely in Whyalla.

  Ehrlichosis is caused by an infection with the bacteria Ehrlichia canis which occurs when a dog is bitten by an infected tick. The main tick responsible for this is the brown dog tick (Rhipicephalus sanguineus) which is found mainly in the far north of South...

Great start for cat adoption in 2021

2021 has started well with lots of unwanted cats finding forever homes in Whyalla. Each year the Whyalla Veterinary Clinic rescues lots of cats and finds them a new home. All the rescued cats are health checked and temperament tested, vaccinated against cat flu,...

Community dog wash success

The January “Scub-A-Dub for our clubs” dog wash was a resounding success, with the highest turn out yet for this charity dog wash, run by the Whyalla Veterinary Clinic, with 100% of the proceeds going to Whyalla’s clubs. This month, it was for the Mens Shed, raising...

New surgery completed at Whyalla Veterinary Clinic

The veterinary clinic has new surgery, which went into operation on the 18th of December 2020.  With five vets on staff and a visiting veterinary surgeon doing orthopaedic surgery, the clinic had insufficient operating space.  The new theatre will greatly increase the...

Open as usual but you have to check in

Following the South Australia government guidelines, our doors are open. When you arrive,  you have to check in, either with the QR code using the mySA GOV.app on your phone or filling in the SA Government paper contact tracing record. Please do not come to the clinic...

Isolation ward full as vets battle parvo outbreak

  The new isolation ward at the Whyalla Veterinary Clinic, which was completed this year, is now full of dogs with vomiting and diarrhoea as the vets and nurses battle the latest parvo outbreak in Whyalla. The new isolation area means that...

“Thank you to all the staff who do such a great job with Whyalla’s animals and their human carers…you should all be very proud”

Anthea Mur
 

“I can’t thank you enough for everything you’ve done for my Mylo. Amazing staff! Andrew explains everything so clearly and takes away my stress and everyone goes above and beyond! Thank you so much.”

Lauren Pearce

“Kind, caring and professional. Wouldn’t take my dogs anywhere else, and that is a quality endorsement as my dogs are my everything “

Virginia Giles