412 – 414 Middle Road
Greenbank, QLD 4124

07 3802 1155Book Now

WELCOME TO GREENBANK VET HOSPITAL

Where we are dedicated to providing exceptional and compassionate care to your beloved pets.

With years of experience and a genuine love for animals, our team of skilled veterinarians, nurses and support staff is committed to the health and wellbeing of your furry family members.

At Greenbank Veterinary Hospital, we understand that your pets are cherished members of your family, and we strive to create a warm and welcoming environment where they feel safe and comfortable. Whether your pet needs routine vaccinations, preventive care, or specialised treatments, our facility is equipped with the latest medical technology to ensure that they receive the highest quality of care.

We offer a wide range of services, including vaccinations, general wellness exams, dental care, surgical procedures, diagnostic imaging, and reproductive services. Our team takes the time to listen to your concerns and develop personalised treatment plans tailored to your pet’s specific needs.

When you entrust your pet’s care Greenbank Veterinary Hospital, you can have peace of mind knowing that they are in capable hands.

Contact Greenbank Veterinary Hospital today to schedule an appointment. We look forward to serving you and your pets with the utmost care and compassion.

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Our services

  • SOFT TISSUE SURGERY

    Soft tissue surgery targets the needs of cats and dogs who have conditions related to cardiothoracic, gastrointestinal, respiratory and urogenital systems and disorders involving the ear, nose and throat. Surgeries include splenectomy, Stenotic Nares and elongated soft palates, prophylactic gastropexy, entropion and ectropion repair, tumor removal, Intestinal foreign body removal and Urinary tract surgery including stone removal.

  • DENTAL CARE

    Dental disease is common in pets and is the leading cause of early tooth loss in cats and dogs. We offer routine check-ups and interventions to ensure optimal well being for your pet. If your pet has dental disease or a toothache, you may not notice it. So call us today to arrange a Dental check.

  • IN-HOUSE ORTHOPEDIC

    Our veterinarians will assess each case individually and provide the best advice and treatment options for surgeries including cruciate ligament repairs, luxating patella repairs, fracture bone repairs and amputation for severe injuries and bone cancers. Some complex cases such as spinal surgery, will need to be referred to a specialist.

  • DESEXING

    Desexing your pet prevents unwanted pregnancies, reduces sex-exacerbated aggression problems and other undesirable behaviours. Desexing your pets limits the risk of your pet developing associated diseases including pyometra and some cancers.

  • REPRODUCTION

    The reproductive team are ready to advise and support you to maximize pregnancy rate, litter size and puppy vitality by providing a range a services. Arrange an appointment with a Reproduction team member today.

  • OPHTHALMOLOGY

    Ophthalmic surgery is the specific treatment of animal’s eyes. We are fully equipped to offer a range of surgeries including enucleation (removal) of the eye, entropion/ectropion surgery, eyelid rumour removal, cherry eye surgery and surgery to repair corneal ulcers. Our veterinarians can also refer your pet to a specialist for procedures such as eye ultrasounds.

  • VACCINATIONS

    From newborn puppies to elderly cats, every pet needs vaccinations. We also provide litter vaccination, Microchips and DNA. Ask today to arrange an appointment.

  • EMERGENCY CARE

    If you suspect your pet needs emergency attention, call us immediately on
    07 3802 1155.
    We offer emergency services for critical illness, injuries and reproduction. Please contact us to discuss our after-hour arrangements.

  • HIP & ELBOW X-RAYS

    Some breeds are prone to heritable orthopaedic diseases such as hip dysplasia and elbow disease. It is recommend to have hip and elbow scoring done prior to breeding to ensure that these traits are not passed on to the next generation. This is done by radio graphing the hip and elbows under general anaesthetic. The x-rays are then forwarded on to a recognised evaluator for scoring.