Welcome to Turramurra Veterinary Hospital

Our family owned and independent practice provides your pets with outstanding veterinary care. Your pets will be cared for as though they were our own.

The North Shore’s only accredited Hospital of Excellence.

Our Services

Your family pet will receive outstanding veterinary care at Turramurra Veterinary Hospital so they can lead a long, happy and healthy life. We provide a full range of health services for your cat, dog, bird or other family pet. Our services include preventative care along with comprehensive medical, hospital, diagnostic and surgical services that have been recognised with multiple awards including the prestigious Australian Veterinary Association Practice of Excellence Award. The hospital offers diagnostic services including ultrasound, blood testing (pathology), X-ray (radiology), dentistry and surgery all on-site. If you are new to the area, we are happy to offer advice on serious local health risks like paralysis ticks and to set reminders for vaccinations or annual health checks so a letter is sent when they are due. Please don’t hesitate to call us on 9988-0198 with any questions.

new puppy

New Puppy

Help your new puppy lead a long healthy life.

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new kitten

New Kitten

Help your new kitten lead a long healthy life.

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vaccinations

Vaccinations

Your family pet should be vaccinated against potentially fatal, but preventable, diseases.

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de-sexing

De-sexing

De-sexing of dogs and cats is strongly recommended.

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tick paralysis

Tick Paralysis

Tick paralysis is an emergency. Act now.

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dentistry

Dentistry

Your pet will live a longer and happier life with healthy teeth and gums.

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preventative care

Preventative Care

The healthiest pets are pets that are actively cared for.

pet behaviour

Pet Behaviour

Do you want a well-behaved pet?

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vet pathology

Diagnostics

Complete pathology lab testing equipment available on the premises

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Top 5 Early Signs of Tick Toxicity

The North Shore and Northern Beaches of Sydney are home to the deadly paralysis tick. Turramurra Veterinary Hospital remind all out client that peak tick season runs from September to February though can even occur in winter.

Pets may show some or all of the following signs:

  • Vomiting (mainly dogs)
  • A change in the meow or bark (laryngeal paralysis)
  • Incoordination
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Paralysis

Signs of tick toxicity usually occur within 3 days of tick attachment.

If your pet shows some of these signs and you are suspicious of a tick, bring him or her in immediately for assessment. The earlier the tick is located and removed and treatment started, the better the prognosis.

Dog Scratching Ticks

Canine Leptospirosis: Sydney Outbreak Update

Many of our pet owners may be aware of a recent case of Leptospirosis in Elanora on the Northern Beaches. The majority of canine leptospirosis cases since 2019 have been from dogs living in or visiting the Inner City and Inner West areas of Sydney.
Canine Leptospirosis

Can my Pet Get Coronavirus?

Should we be concerned about exposing our pets to a COVID positive human? Can humans catch COVID-19 from pets?
Pets and Coronavirus

Dangers for your Pet in Rainy Weather

Rainy weather is inconvenient for humans, cats generally hate water and dogs don’t get walked as often in the rain. However there are other aspects to rainy weather to be aware of – an increase in parasites including leechessnails and slugs, which are potentially life-threatening if eaten, and leeches and microscopic protozoal parasites, such as Giardia, found in soil.

Dog in Rainy Weather
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