During the current COVID-19 restrictions, we are able to offer our full range of services. Please remember to bring and wear your mask when coming into the clinic.
We are fully operational and can welcome owners and pets into our surgery for our full range of vet services. We do however remain Covid aware and wish to clarify our updated details as of January 2021.
We remain operational, but please note some important changes to our procedures.
At AC Vets, we are currently fully operational and continue to offer you and your pets full care while we face this uncertain health crisis.
Spring is the perfect time show off our green-thumbs, by filling our homes and gardens with luscious flowers and plants! As beautiful as they can look, some of these can pose a threat to our furry friends.Cats, dogs, birds and pocket-pets alike can become curious and easily tempted for a nibble of your new plant. …
As the weather warms up, we start to see more parasite problems for all sorts of pets.Here are some of the more common parasites we come across, as well as some information on the problems they cause and how to get rid of them. FleasFleas are relatively easy to spot, and if not, your pet …
Around springtime, we often see an increase in itchy skin (dermatitis) and ear infections in dogs and cats. How to spot itchy skinYou should know almost right away if your cat or dog has dermatitis. Here are a few of the common signs: Constant scratching, licking, or chewing at the skin Flaky, scaly, or greasy …
Albany Creek Veterinary Surgery is now an accredited Veterinary Hospital.
If you couldn’t make it, ask our staff and we will be happy to give you a quick tour on your next visit.
Albany Creek Veterinary Surgery are delighted to announce that we will celebrate our new building with an Open Day on 23rd March 2019 from 1pm to 4pm.