Vets on Parker is a veterinary clinic serving the Eltham area dedicated to offering preventative veterinary care to support pets. We care for pets of all sizes and ages, providing a comprehensive range of services from teeth cleaning and dietary advice to surgical procedures. The Vets on Parker team prioritises your pet’s happiness and well-being, shaping how our clinic cares for its Eltham patients.


Onsite Diagnostic and Surgical Facilities

Our onsite surgical and diagnostic facilities set us apart from other animal hospitals in the Eltham area. They enable us to quickly and accurately identify and address your pet’s health issues as they arise. Eltham pet owners have access to diagnostic facilities, such as X-ray, ultrasound equipment, and a pathology lab at our veterinary hospital. Vets on Parker is committed to ensuring the highest standard of care for pets in the Eltham area. 

Booking an appointment at Vets on Parker is a straightforward and hassle-free process. 


Services for dogs

  • Vaccinations against major viral diseases affecting dogs in and around Eltham, such as Canine Cough
  • Parasite control and prevention against fleas, heartworm, intestinal worms, and ticks
  • Programs and advice for weight management 
  • Surgery, ranging from desexing to soft tissue operations
  • Dental care and advice
  • Obedience school for puppies or behavioural consultations for older dogs


Services for cats

  • Vaccinations to prevent major viral diseases affecting cats in and around Eltham, such as cat flu
  • Parasite prevention and control against fleas, ticks, and intestinal worms
  • Weight management advice and programs
  • Surgery, from desexing to orthopaedics and soft tissue operations
  • Dental care and take-home advice
  • Cat boarding services 


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Pet Care

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