Vets On Parker is committed to providing pets and their owners with comprehensive veterinary care services because we believe life is better with a happy pet!­ As an established vet in the East Doncaster community, our services are designed to provide care for your pet at every stage  ­­­of life, from puppy pre-school and kitten adoption services through to senior pet checkups and end of life care.

Onsite veterinary hospital and recovery facilities

We are one of just a few East Doncaster veterinary clinics with an onsite hospital and recovery facilities as well as a pathology lab and imaging technology. Having a hospital and diagnostic facilities onsite enables us to quickly diagnose and treat health problems and takes a lot of the stress associated with undergoing a medical procedure for both owner and pet.

A holistic approach to veterinary care

For over 30 years, we have provided clients with access to a holistic range of pet care and veterinary services designed to help their furry family members live happy, healthy and fulfilling lives. Our services extend beyond the veterinary to include dental and nutritional consultations because we believe that prevention is better than a cure, and that many common health conditions that pets suffer from can be avoided through a healthy lifestyle and regular checkups.

We encourage our clients to bring their pets into the clinic for a checkup once every six months so that we can closely monitor their health and quickly diagnose the cause of any changes. We also offer behavioral consultations for dogs and cats to ensure that their mental as well as physical health is taken care of.

To learn more about the services we provide at our veterinary hospital, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us by calling (03) 9850 1355 or book an appointment online.

Pet Care

  • Two years ago, a couple of days after Christmas, Pepper seven-year-old female Schnauzer was acting quieter than usual. She had left half her breakfast untouched, which for Pepper was highly unusual. Over the next few hours, Pepper became increasingly lethargic and began vomiting. Pepper’s concerned owner, Bec, decided to take her to the vet for …
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  • Did you know that many cases of feline anxiety may sadly go unrecognised?  This is because cats, not being pack animals, won’t always seek social support as a dog would, and instead may mask feelings of stress to avoid appearing “vulnerable”. What are the potential symptoms of anxiety in a cat? In more introverted cats, …
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  • Has your pet been diagnosed with an underlying allergy as the cause of their recurrent ear or skin irritation?  Whilst this can be disappointing news to receive, you and your pet can take comfort in the fact that we are very familiar with the management of allergies! Types of allergies There are four main types …
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