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. They’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 can’t say how they’re feeling – 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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Miss Meg is the queen of the side eye 🤨 she came in to be her brother's emotional support dog, and spent some time working the reception desk and being paid in treats 🍪🐷

We're back to normal consults this week, but please be advised that as per government guidelines we will require you to check in via our QR code, masks must be worn and only 1 person is allowed per consult. Our reception area is restricted to one client currently, so we may ask you to wait outside during peak times 

Thank you for your patience and understanding 💚
Due to unforeseen circumstances, our clinic is closed today. 

For any emergencies please contact QVS Stafford on 3359 0777

We will be back on Monday at 8am 💚
We are so grateful to all of our clients for being patient and trusting us with their loved ones during lockdown. We may be conducting consults a little differently currently, but your pets are getting just as many cuddles and fuss as always (if not more!)

Gorgeous little Brucey was in for his 2nd puppy vaccination today, and Dr Sophie was more than happy to make sure he had lots of snuggles. Luckily social distancing doesn't apply to pets! 💜
Due to the current government announcement, our clinic is returning to contactless protocols from today 30/06/21. Our team have contacted all clients affected this week, however we ask for your understanding if you are calling to make an appointment over the coming days. 

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. 

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 them out to you along with your pet. 

We apologise for any inconvenience caused while we try to navigate the current evolving situation
Are you noticing some changes in your pet with the cooler (some would say freezing!) weather? 

We have just launched our Winter Health check, to help understand any medical concerns our furry loved ones may be hiding. 

Please contact our clinic on 3268 2688 or jump online to book (link in bio)
Meet Pete 💕 he’s a refined gentleman 🤌
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“Thbpttttt!” 
Boss won the blowing raspberries competition 🤪😄 

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Dr Brooke was super happy to look after little Bonnie Mae today! She delivered our daily dose of puppy cuddles 🐶🥰😁 #puppylove #toycavoodle #patientoftheday 

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Happy Easter from George! 🐰💕 have a safe one everyone 🐾
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Basil gives Nurse Kayla the award for best cuddle skills 😄🤩 #happycat #burmese #workperks 

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Dr Sophie’s kitten Basil was our purriest patient today 😍🥰 He never turns down a cuddle #burmese #snugglebuddy 

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