24 Hour Phone: (02) 4832 1977

Welcome to Crookwell Veterinary Hospital

Crookwell Veterinary Hospital offers some of the most up-to-date veterinary facilities in regional New South Wales. A mixed rural practice, we have serviced the Crookwell, Goulburn and surrounding districts for over 30 years.

We run a 24/7 practice with a veterinarian on duty and available 365 days of the year – whether for emergencies, your furry best friend, a farm animal on your property, or injured wildlife. Our veterinarians have the professional skills, expertise and passion for treating both large and small animals, and our hospital provides the highest quality diagnostic and medical care for pets and production animals. We stock farm animal products, including vaccines and drenches, and a great range of pet accessories and high quality pet food.

Call us on (02) 4832 1977 – we’re located in Crookwell, only 30 minutes from Goulburn and outlying townships including Taralga, Bigga and Gunning.

MOBILE CLINICS

We are now servicing Taralga, Gunning and Bigga with regular mobile clinics for both small animals and livestock calls. Always ring us first on (02) 4832 1977 to make an appointment so our vets are prepared. The mobile clinics are run on the following days:

  • Bigga – 1st Tuesday of every month
  • Gunning – 3rd Tuesday of every month
  • Taralga – 4th Tuesday of every month

 

Business Hours & Location

Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.30pm
Saturday 9am to 12pm
Out of hours Ring (02) 4832 1977 for 24 hour emergency service

Location: 220 Goulburn Street, Crookwell. Look for us on the right hand side as you come into Crookwell (from Goulburn).

 

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News

Paralysis Ticks found in the Crookwell area

We have in the last 3 days had 2 confirmed cases of paralysis ticks found on pets in the Crookwell area. Neither of these to cases have travelled out of the district and the owners have not been to the coast recently. 

Please be vigilant and check your pets for ticks regularly. Signs of paralysis tick include; vomiting, muscle weakness, difficulty standing and sitting, changes in voice/bark, difficulty eating. 

CVH stocks multiple types of tick prevention products. Paralysis ticks can be deadly and the effects hard to treat, remember prevention is easier than cure. 

COVID-19 Please click here to access our current policy. It includes some information on COVID-19, and how we are reducing the risk to our clients and our staff.  We are aiming to provide as normal a service as possible. Please remember to ring to make an appointment. Do not arrive without an appointemnt unless there is no alternative. Otherwise you may be asked to remain outside in your vehicle until we feel that it is appropirate that you can enter the hospital. It difficult for us to manage the number of people in the hospital at any one time, if appointments aren't made prior. Thank you for your understanding.