Veterinary Healthcare

Our professional staff, coupled with excellent in-house facilities ensures we are able to provide a full range of standard and specialist veterinary care services, with the very best of qualified care.
Expert Veterinary Care for Your Beloved PetsPrioritize your pet's well-being with our thorough preventive care services.
Comprehensive Pet Healthcare: Nurturing a Lifetime of Well-being

Caring for pets and animals in Sydney's West

Our veterinarians and nurses at Greystanes Vet Clinic have many years of hands-on experience in working with all types of animals all over Sydney. No matter what pet you have, we know they are your precious and much-loved friend and companion and that you want the right treatment and approach for their good health and wellbeing.
We are here to make sure your pet receives the very best service and veterinary care available, at an affordable price.
At Greystanes Vet clinic, we provide expert pet healthcare services to ensure the health and happiness of your beloved companion.

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At Greystanes Vet clinic, we provide top-notch veterinary services with a caring touch.

With our professional staff and in-house facilities, we provide a full range of standard and specialist veterinary services, with the very best of qualified care.

Our clinic is open for appointments during normal business hours, but we understand that an animal in pain or distress does not live by the clock! So, we’re also available for emergency and after-hours consultations we are especially your Rooty Hill Vet, Fairfield Vet, and Kellyville.
We’re committed to delivering quality healthcare for all our animal patients and bringing the benefit of our experience to each of them, with a good-sized dose of our natural warmth, love, care and compassion for all animals.

Health check-ups

We take care of many general pet health matters, including vaccinations and parasite control.

Many people wish they could communicate with their animals, to know how better to help them. We take away a lot of the guesswork. With our in-house diagnostic imaging and laboratory testing facilities, we are able to look in on your pet’s blood pressure, check on the health of their heart, teeth, eyes, thyroid and skin, and even detect signs of possible osteoarthritis.
Once you are well informed, and satisfied with your pet’s bill of health, it helps to ease the strain of any lingering concerns, knowing they are getting all the help and support they need in their various stages of life. We are here to serve with care and compassion, and help your pet live its happiest and best life!
Comprehensive Pet Health Check-ups: Ensuring Longevity and Well-being


Pet vaccination is one of the most effective ways to protect your pet from a range of diseases that can be both debilitating and potentially fatal. Every pet is unique, and their vaccination needs may vary based on factors like age, lifestyle, and location. We'll walk you through the process of creating a personalised vaccination schedule tailored to your pet's specific requirements.

For dogs

  1. Canine Parvovirus (CPV)
  2. Canine Distemper Virus (CDV)
  3. Canine Adenovirus (CAV)
  4. Rabies

For cats

  1. Feline Herpesvirus 1 (FHV1)
  2. Eline Calicivirus (FCV),
  3. Feline Panleukopenia Virus (FPV)
  4. Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV – kittens)
  5. Rabies

As each animal has its own unique constitution, with different lifestyle factors to take into account, we regard the dosage and regularity of vaccinations as individual in each case, rather than just taking a standard ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to your pet’s health. Ask us about a personalised recommended schedule suitable for your pet

Ensuring Pet Safety: The Importance of Microchipping


Pet microchips are about the size of a grain of rice and do not cause any pain or discomfort to the pet when implanted beneath its skin.

In NSW, all non-exempt cats and dogs are required by local councils to be microchipped by 12 weeks of age or before being sold or given away, and all cats and dogs are listed on the NSW Companion Animals Register.
Our clinic is an Authorised Identifier, approved to implant pet microchips. Once this is done, we enter the identification information on the Register and the owner is issued with a Certificate of Identification. Personal information is not stored on the microchip, only the unique identification number, which assists to locate the owner if the animal should become lost.

Surgical procedures

We conduct simple surgical procedures in-house at our clinic, including de-sexing for dogs, cats, rabbits and rats.

If your pet has sustained an injury, we will take special care to clean, treat, surgically close and dress any wounds safely, and administer antibiotics or other post-operative follow-up medications or treatments, including stents, or drains for cysts. Relax, your pet is in the best of hands at Greystanes Vet Clinic.
Expert Pet Surgery: Restoring Health and Vitality

Advanced surgeries

We offer procedures to treat these (and other) conditions:

01 Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (BOAS)

BOAS is sometimes found in short-nosed breeds of dogs or cats. Abnormalities in the width of the nose and length of the soft palate can be addressed to relieve the obstructions and avoid any secondary problems. We conduct surgeries for stenotic nares, soft palate resection, laryngeal saccules, and enlarged tonsils.

02 Chronic pain management

Medicinal cannabis has proven beneficial in treating certain medical conditions in humans and animals – especially pain and/or anxiety-related conditions. In collaboration with CBD Vets Australia, we are pleased to be able to prescribe CBD oil for chronic pain management in animals, especially for those with Arthritis or Cancer. We do all we can to ease their pain and discomfort, and we see great results and relief with this form of pain management.

03 Greyhounds

With close to a decade of specialised practise as a Greyhound vet, our Dr. Huynh is available for consultation on Greyhound health issues. Surgical corn removals and flexor tenotomy procedures can be performed in our clinic, to treat painful corn conditions.

04 Cutaneous skin flaps and lump removals.

Surgical treatments are carried out in-house at our clinic for the correction or removal of subcutaneous lumps and skin disorders.

05 Ocular diseases

Cherry Eye:
Cherry eye is sometimes found in cats, but most commonly dogs. A protruding gland in the eye forms a fleshy red mass. This sensitive tissue can dry out and potentially become inflamed, swollen, or infected if not treated.

Distichiasis is caused when one or more eyelashes grow from an abnormal part of the eyelid in dogs, causing irritation. We have surgical options to deal with entropion or ectropion in eyelids, and cancer removal.

06 Cruciate Ligament Repair

De Angelis Technique:
We carry out procedures to repair ruptured cruciate ligaments with the De Angelis Technique. We surgically place an artificial ligament around the outside of the affected joint. This technique is especially successful in small dogs weighing less than 10kgs.
Tibial Plateau Levelling Osteotomy (TPLO):
For dogs over 20kg, reshaping the proximal tibia is the recommended option to correct a ruptured cruciate ligament. surgery is performed on the shin bone to adjust the standing biomechanics of the hindlimb , in the case of a cruciate ligament deficient knee, resulting in better flexibility and movement.

07 Caesarean Sections

Caesarean sections are available for dogs and cats, with an afterhours call out available by arrangement with our clinic

In-house diagnostic imaging and laboratory testing

At Greystanes Vet Clinic we are very proud to have our own in-house diagnostic and testing capacity. That means we can assess and respond to your pet’s condition without frustrating delays, and nurse them back to good health sooner!
With in-house imaging facilities we can do radiographs and ultrasounds, so we are able to pin-point issues clearly and quickly, for a well-informed diagnosis and timely treatment.
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At Greystanes Vet clinic, we provide top-notch veterinary services with a caring touch.

Make an appointment or get in touch to discuss your needs or concerns. We’re as close as a phone call or email away and we can arrange emergency and home visits, where practicable.

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