8-10 Colebrook Street, Lenah Valley, TAS, 7008
Our practice provides care for our community’s pets and wildlife.
We support a number of appeals to assist sick, endangered and homeless animals
Our team of Vet’s, nurses and support staff are all passionate about animal welfare
At the Hobart Community Veterinary Hospital we offer exceptional veterinary care and treatment with the friendly face and personalised customer service that you would expect from your own GP.
A Community Veterinary Hospital is a not for profit veterinary facility with the key focus on reducing euthanasia rates and helping less fortunate animals receive the veterinary attention they deserve.
We are a fully functioning veterinary hospital that is open to all members of the public. We work in a state of the art veterinary hospital with skilled and experienced local staff to ensure your animals are provided with the highest level veterinary care from surgery to consultation, from chemotherapy to orthopaedics, from ultrasound to pathology.
Know that every dollar you spend will help another less fortunate animal.
Please feel free to call or visit us today, or you can make an enquiry online!
“Thank you so much for taking care of our budgie Primrose.”
– Lenah Valley Childcare
“Thank you for showing us around the vets. We thought all the animals were beautiful.”
– New Town Primary Kindergarten
“Gosh…words almost fail me when I see these wonderful acts of kindness; not only to the wildlife, but the domestics and their owners as well……you are my nomination for AUSTRALIANS OF THE YEAR!”
– Darlene via Facebook
“EXCELLENT service… better than any other Veterinarian I have experienced. I will be recommending your team.”
– Nina via Facebook
“I never feel like I’m just a number…it’s like how it used to be.”
8-10 Colebrook Street
Lenah Valley, TAS, 7008
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