Welcome to the Girraween Veterinary Hospital. We are conveniently located just off the Stuart Highway, down Girraween Road, not far from the Coolalinga, Howard Springs, Humpty Doo and Virginia and Palmerston Business Districts. Our veterinary hospital is set on more than two tropical and serene hectares; the relaxed atmosphere makes an ideal setting for a veterinary hospital. We are primarily a small animal practice catering to all breeds and types of dogs, cats and birds and include exotics such as reptiles, rabbits and turtles. Ample off road parking is available as well as wheel chair access.
The proprietor is local veterinarian Dr Laurelle Bates, who has been in the territory for more than 40 years and who opened the doors to the hospital in May 2010. With the support of the community the clinic has grown from a team of 3 to a team of 7 members.
What sets us apart?
We are committed to enhancing the health of your pets.
We guarantee personalised service; you can request to see the same vet every visit.
We value service and strive to provide the best available.
We strive to maintain the utmost in character, honesty and integrity in our everyday business dealings.
It is the mission of Girraween Veterinary Hospital to set the standard of care and excellence in the animal health industry by providing outstanding customer service to all of our clients. We will serve our community by promoting our preventative medical services and the well-being of each individual through quality, personalised, efficient and friendly services.
Girraween Veterinary Hospital is acutely receptive to the needs and expectations of our clients. We recognise and understand the physical and emotional responsibility associated with the animal members of your family, which is why we focus on each patient’s individual needs.
With experience and knowledge, we strive to keep up to date on the latest developments in Veterinary medicine; our goal is to maintain exceptional standards. Your pet’s health is very important to us. Finding conditions before they become serious problems is the basis behind our recommendation for annual examinations/vaccinations. Early intervention when problems are detected is not only better for the long term health of your pet but can also be financially beneficial for you as the owner.