Welcome to your family veterinary practice…

Full Range of Veterinary Medical and Surgical Services for Dogs and Cats

Health Checks & Vaccinations

Annual health checks can help us diagnose, treat or even prevent problems before they become life-threatening. Theyโ€™re also a great opportunity to ask us about nutrition, behaviour or any other issues.

Surgery

We perform a variety of general practice surgeries, including desexing procedures. Click here to learn more about how to best prepare your pet for surgery.

Dentistry

Teeth and gum problems are some of the most common conditions we see in dogs and cats with over 80% of animals over 4 years of age affected to some degree.

In-House Laboratory/Blood tests

Pets canโ€™t say how theyโ€™re feeling โ€“ its usually how they look or act that tells you something is wrong. Blood testing goes a step further, showing us the earliest signs of illness, often before your pet even seems to be sick.

X-Rays

Our Surgery is fully equipped to take X-Rays (often called Radiographs) of your pets. X Rays are a very important tool to help us diagnose diseases in animals particularly for conditions involving bones, the chest or abdomen.

Pet Care Products

We offer a range of premium pet food, treats, food and water bowls, shampoos, leads, collars and harnesses.

Puppy Preschool

Puppy Preschool is a program designed to encourage new dog owners to become aware of the needs of their new fury friends. It gives an opportunity to discover what is involved and what to expect as a new puppy owner.

Pet Export

One of the services we offer at Ascot Veterinary Surgery is the preparation of animals (dogs and cats) for export overseas, allowing you to take them almost anywhere in the world.

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๐Ÿฐ Easter Weekend Update ๐Ÿฐ

Our team will be taking a well deserved break over the long weekend. The clinic will close at 5pm on Thursday, and reopen Tuesday morning. Some of our team are away over the short week between Easter and Anzac Day, so please bear with us when booking appointments. 

If you need any food or medications for your pets over the long weekend, please contact us by 9am Thursday - and please note that we can't hold cold food orders over the weekend due to space constraints
This week we farewelled a very familiar face to you all - our wonderful nurse Casey has taken on a new adventure away from clinic life 

Casey has been an absolute superstar for the four years she has been in clinic, and we know has been a great support to our clients throughout her journey with us

Best of luck with everything Casey, you (and receptionist Sadie!) will be very missed ๐Ÿ’š
We're all feeling a little water logged right now! 

Thankfully our clinic is safe and dry, but unfortunately our team haven't fared so well. We will be out of action tomorrow 28/02/22 whilst we regroup, and hope to be back in clinic from Tuesday if this all settles down. 

We hope you are all staying safe, and as dry as possible. Our support team will be available via email - info@ascotvetsurgery.com.au - for any routine enquiries however for any pressing issues or emergencies please contact BVSC Albany Creek on 32649400
We are well and truly in the midst of a heat wave in Brisbane today ๐Ÿฅต๐ŸŒž 

With sudden rises in temperature, our furry friends have a greater risk of heat stroke - particularly when it is excessively hot and humid like it is today! 

If you are needing to exercise your pets over the next few days, we would recommend doing it early morning or late evening, in the coolest parts of the day. Dr Scott's dog Piper is a big fan of a shady swim to cool down and let off some steam at the same time! 

For more information on the signs of heat stroke and what to do if you think your pet may be affected, please click on the link in our bio ๐Ÿ’š
Our support team are hard at work, with the assistance of some very cute side kicks ๐Ÿถ๐Ÿ’š

Please remember to have all medication and food requests in tonight so that our team can try to source anything required for a final delivery tomorrow afternoon. This will be our last delivery before closing for Christmas, so if you will need supplies over the public holidays this is your last chance! โŒ›

If you require vaccination certificates for the kennels, we will need these requests in by tomorrow so that we can have them signed by our vets and sent back. 

We will be closed for the public holidays, so any additional requests will be actioned on our return.
With the change in mask requirements across Queensland last week, we can confirm that we are required to return to masks being essential. 

To avoid a return to contactless consulting, all clients MUST wear a mask to the clinic, regardless of their vaccination status. Masks must remain on correctly for the entire visit to the clinic. 

Thank you for your understanding, and for your assistance in ensuring we do everything we can to continue consulting during these ever changing circumstances ๐Ÿ’š
Christmas is nearly here! Please take note of our adjusted trading hours over the festive period ๐ŸŽ„

We would like to ask all clients to have their medication refill requests and any other orders in by the 17th of December so we ensure everyone has what they need to be happy and well over the break ๐Ÿ’š
If you've attended the clinic over the last two weeks, you may have had the pleasure of meeting Courtney our wonderful visiting vet student. 

Courtney travelled down from FNQ to complete her final practical placement with us, and has been an absolute superstar! She is starting her career in Mackay next year, and we can not wait for updates on her adventures. 

Congratulations on a successful final placement Courtney, it was an absolute pleasure having you (and the snacks really sealed the deal!). When we said come back any time, we meant it ๐Ÿ’š
Our version of lockdown ๐Ÿถ๐Ÿฅฐ 

#lockdown #stayhome #essential #essentialworkers #patientoftheday #vetlife #patientcuddles #ascotvet #ascot #hamilton #hendra #clayfield #racecourserd #racecourseroad #ascotvetsurgery
In the announcement you have all been expecting... 

Due to the current government announcement, our clinic is returning to contactless protocols when we re-open tomorrow morning, Monday the 2nd of August. 

At this time, we will be prioritising essential veterinary services, including alleviating conditions causing animals pain, distress or illness. All currently booked appointments will go ahead, however if you would like to reschedule due to the lockdown please do give us a call on 3268 2688 

We ask that you phone ahead for all visits to the clinic so that our team can assess your situation and secure you an appointment time if necessary. For any food or medication purchases, we will bring your items out to the front of the building. 

If you are coming to the clinic for an appointment, our door will be locked. We ask that you remain outside or in your vehicle in the back carpark and call the clinic when you arrive. We will also ask you to check in using our QR code, and that you wear a mask as per current government requirements. 

One of our team members will come out to bring your pet inside, and your appointment will be conducted over the phone with the Veterinarian. If medication is needed, the nurse will bring this out to you with your pet after their appointment. 

We apologise for any inconvenience caused, however it is important that we abide by all government requirements and keep our team safe so that we can continue to care for your pets ๐Ÿ’š
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