Sarina Veterinary Surgery

Caring for your pets because they are part of our family too. Call in and see our friendly staff for all of your fluffy and feathered family needs. A comprehensive range of horse and cattle services are also available.

Our Services

Office Hours

  • Mon-Fri 9:00am – 6:00pm
  • Sat 9:00am – 11:00am

Consultation Hours

  • Mon-Fri 9:00am – 11:00am
      3:00pm – 6:00pm
  • Sat 9:00am – 11:00am

When we moved to the Sarina area we wanted the convenience of a local vet to service our commercial cattle herd, horses and family pets and have been very pleased with the level of service we have received.  The entire team, including vets, nurses and admin staff have always displayed a high degree of professionalism and have often exceeded our expectations. We would highly recommend Sarina Veterinary Surgery to anyone.


Member of Australian Veterinary Association

Latest Blog Posts

  • Chocolate Toxicity

    It’s Easter! For most people that means CHOCOLATE! Unfortunately our canine companions also like the taste of chocolate which can make them very sick and even be deadly for them. Signs of chocolate toxicity can include the following symptoms: Vomiting Diarrhoea Hyperexcitability Tremors Rigid muscles Rapid breathing Increased heart rate Seizures Weakness Coma If you […]

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  • Hookworm

    With the wet weather around at the moment we have seen an increase in the amount of dogs affected by intestinal worms. In particular hookworms are taking their toll with quite a few fatalities in young puppies.   Signs of Hookworms The life cycle of hookworms is relatively short meaning a puppy can start to […]

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  • Heat Stroke

    Heat Stroke Heat stroke or heat stress is not something to be taken lightly, this can be a life threatening condition and unfortunately in our tropical climate it is something we see too often. When your pets core body temperature becomes too high it can cause massive damage and even lead to organ failure in […]

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    There are so many myths floating around social media about parvo virus at the moment, we thought we would try and dispel a few. 1.  Parvo is in the soil for 10 years – wrong. Parvo is inactivated by sunlight if contaminated items are left in direct sunlight for 24 hours.  This will not be […]

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  • Paralysis Ticks

    With the colder weather comes paralysis tick season.  These ticks are carried into our yards by native animals, which are not really affected by them.  However, our dogs and cats are. Signs Of Paralysis Tick Envenomation wobbly back legs/unable to get up retching/vomiting trouble breathing What To Do If You Find A Tick either remove […]

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  • Comfortis For Cats

        Exciting News!!!! We have been recommending the use of Comfortis for flea control in dogs for a couple of years now. It is a once monthly, palatable tablet, that kills fleas within 3 hours of being bitten. We have had great success with it, and all members of staff use it on their […]

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