Yankalilla Veterinary Clinic is a dedicated team of professionals always there for your pets

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🐾 🎉 WE are very excited to announe Puppy PreSchool is NOW available at Yankalilla...🎉 🐾

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Yankalilla Veterinary Clinic is a locally family owned veterinary practice of Dr Marcus Stafford and Dr Jodie Spence. They took over the practice towards the end of 2012. Between them they have over 30 years in the veterinary industry.

Yankalilla Veterinary Clinic 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 leading veterinarians are all passionate about pets and avid animal lovers.

At Yankalilla Veterinary Clinic, you’ll be fully supported with sound advice first and foremost. We know that helping our clients starts with providing a good understanding of health care issues and treatment options. With good advice and professional recommendations, you will be well equipped to make the best ongoing health care decisions for your pet.

With fully equipped examination rooms, diagnostic machines and pharmaceutical stores we provide on-the-spot assistance for nearly all pet health and medical needs. Take a moment to meet our team and our own pets. We look forward to seeing you and your pet again at the next scheduled visit.

'Treat every pet as though they are our own'.

Services we offer: Full Consultation, Medical & Surgical Facilities including: Chemotherapy, Dentistry, Desexing, Endoscopy (flexible & rigid), Hospitalisation, Laboratory work, Microchipping, Microscopy, Pharmacy (on-site), Radiology (X-rays), Surgery (general, soft tissue & orthopaedic), Ultrasonography, Vaccinations & Puppy PreSchool.

 November News:

We have a few exciting different Christmas-sy things in the clinic....

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We are once again running a Christmas themed competition via our Facebook page. We have an amazing stocking worth over $170 – the goodies include a bag of the popular Ivory Coat pet food, snuffle mat, KONG, Frisbee and helpful First Aid Guide plus a more fun bits and bobs!

Thankfully - it doesn’t matter how nice or naughty your pet has been this year (we’re sure they’ve all been FABULOUS) it only matters how good a selfie they can take! All the details to enter can be found at our Facebook page @Yankalilla Vet. Winners will be contacted via mobile on the 18th of December – just in time for Christmas

·   This year the clinic will be operating a Christmas donations appeal for the RSPCA Animal Shelter. Sadly, there are many animals who will not have a home to their own this Christmas and we are sending a stocking of goodies to show them a little extra love. We have a stocking in clinic where clients are welcome to donate their second hand or new items - anything that the shelter may find useful. They will gratefully accept any donations however are always in particular demand of: Dry Kitten Food, Wet food of any kind and Peanut butter, cream cheese and vegemite for environmental enrichment. The clinic will be taking the stocking to the shelter at Lonsdale the week before Christmas.

·         We are seeing an increasing amount of pets suffering from behavioral problems and mental illnesses all across the Veterinary world. Did you know that our beloved pets can also suffer from mental illnesses, phobias and anxiety?! In fact, approximately 1 in 5 pets have some form of anxiety! A mental illness is different to a behavioural problem as an animal's brain is actually not functioning normally. Types of mental illnesses include: Separation anxiety, noise phobias, generalised fear, post traumatic stress disorder, compulsive behaviours - eg. tail chasing and house soiling. If you are concerned about a behaviour your pet is exhibiting, please feel more then welcome to have a chat with our staff as you’re most likely not alone!

  • There are now Australia wide in dogs testing positive for Heartworm  40% of whom are on monthly preventative’s (this is as preventative’s need to be given on the EXACT same day of each month and generally not a day later, not due to their ineffectiveness). Dogs contract Heartworm from Mosqutio’s - as there is no possible way to prevent our pets from coming into contact with these nasty bugs, Heartworm prevention is so important! Unfortunately, failing to give your dog heartworm prevention on time can leave them at risk from this deadly disease where the worm grows in the lungs and valves of the dog's heart and can be fatal. We encourage you consider year round heartworm prevention.