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Our Purpose - Our Values - Our Belief:

We are your caring professionals dedicated to excellence in professional care.

Our Veterinary Practice provides modern, professional and affordable health care for your pets. We aim to make your pet feel at ease in our clinic with a caring and gentle approach to treatment and consultations. Our dedicated staff and veterinarians are all passionate about your pets and avid animal lovers.

At our Veterinary Hospital, you will be fully supported with sound advice first and foremost. With fully equipped examination rooms, diagnostic machines and pharmaceutical stores we provide on-the-spot assistance for nearly all your pet's health and medical needs. Please take a moment to meet our team and our own pets. We look forward to seeing you and your pet again at your next scheduled visit.

Are you following us on Facebook?

If you are part of Facebook and would like to keep up to date with any animal-related information, as well as enjoying cute photos, please join our Facebook community.  Each of our clinics has their own Facebook page, so we can make sure the information you get is relevant to you and your pets.  We use these pages to put out health alerts that may affect your pets, keep in touch with what you and your pets are up to, run competitions, and let you know what life in a vet clinic involves.

So please visit your clinic's page and become part of our growing community today.

Gawler Clinic
Smithfield Clinic
Tanunda Clinic

Beware Rat Bait Poisoning:

As Autumn begins, there is often an increase in mice and rat populations around the suburbs.  However, if you are putting mouse and rat bait down to try to control these populations, please be very careful as your pets can be poisoned and killed by this bait.

Please click here for important information about rat bait poisoning in your pets.

New Look Website:

Although our website is constantly updated, occassionally it is time for a complete overhaul of the entire site.  We are currently in the process of changing the look of our website, so please check back soon to see the fresh new look.  But everything will still be easy to find and access, so please explore the site to learn about our clinic and what we can offer you and your pets.

Heat Waves:

Hot summer days are here again, and we are all seeking to stay cool during these heat spikes.  Our pets can also suffer in the hot weather, and heat stroke can be life-threatening, so please remember to look after your pets on hot days as well.

Please click here for tips and tricks to keep your pet cool in summer.

Snakes are out again...

With the warm spring weather, snakes are out and about again, sunbaking and coming out of hibernation.  Since the most common snakes you will see are highly venomous, if you see your pet with any snake, please have them checked by your veterinarian immediately.  Snake bites are often fatal for pets, but antivenom is available if we see your pet early enough.

Please click here for more information about snake bites and how you can protect your pets this summer.

Is your cat scared to visit their vet?

Cats are true creatures of habit, so any change to their routine is scary.  This includes visits to the vet.  However, for their best health, they do need to see their veterinarian regularly.  So we want to help you make these visits as easy and stress-free as possible, for both you and your cat.

Click here for some tricks to reduce your cat's stress at the vet clinic.

Have we seen your cat recently?

About 35% of cats aren't seen by a veterinarian each year for a health check.  Is your cat one of these?

Cats are great at hiding illness, often not showing signs until a disease is quite advanced.  However, yearly health checks can pick up early signs and will ensure that your cat is kept in the best health possible.

So if it has been a while since your cat has visited the vet, please make an appointment today.

Are your pets microchipped?

New laws are coming into effect that mean that by July 2018 all dogs and cats will need to be microchipped.  To help you get ready for this change, Gawler Veterinary Services is currently offering half-price microchipping with any other services.

To take advantage of this special offer, please call (08) 8522 2055.

For more information about microchips, click here to visit our microchipping page.

First Aid for Pets App:

If you have a pet, you also need to know what to do in an emergency.  With the free First Aid for Pets App, you can have this information at your fingertips for any time of the day or night when you need it most.

Click on the link for your App store:


Did you know Australia has one of the highest rates of FIV (Feline AIDS) infection in the world?

About 18% of cats in South Australia are positive for FIV, the Feline Immunodeficiency Virus responsible for Feline AIDS infection.

Is your cat one of them?

Feline AIDS is an incurable disease spread through fight wounds.  Hence, if your cat goes outside, it is at risk of becoming infected with the virus.  Fortunately, there is a vaccination available that can protect your precious pet from this deadly disease.

For more information on FIV, please click here to visit our cat vaccination page.

Could your cat be at risk?  Click here for an FIV risk assessment form.

If you are concerned your cat may be at risk, or for more information on Feline AIDS and the vaccine available, please contact your clinic.


Gawler Veterinary Clinic

3 Bright St, Willaston, SA

Monday to Friday: 8am until 7pm

Saturday: 8am until 12 Midday


Smithfield Veterinary Clinic

Cnr Queen St & Anderson Walk, Smithfield, SA

Monday to Friday: 9am until 5pm

Saturday: 9am until 12 Midday

Phone: 8254 1000


Tanunda Veterinary Clinic

21 Murray St, Tanunda, SA

Monday to Friday: 9am until 5pm

Saturday: 9am until 12 Midday

Phone: 8563 0235


Consultations at all clinics by appointment

All clinics are closed on public holidays