We are very proud to announce that Sydney Pet Dentistry is Now Open
It’s the first dedicated pet dentistry hospital in Australia. All we do is dental and oral surgery in dogs and cats.
With our experienced staff and state-of-the-art facility, we can provide the best dental care for your pet.
Patients with dental and oral disease have different requirements to a typical specialist centre. Having our own hospital means we can focus on these requirements, without the parts of a multi-disciplinary specialist centre that your pet does not need.
This means we can provide your patients and pets with a focused and high standard of care.
Building is coming along nicely and we anticipate opening in mid-November 2023. Fingers crossed!
Please note that our hours and locations until then are variable, so ring our reception on 1300 838 336 for further advice.
What Will The Hospital Look Like?
It’s very easy to spot as you drive along Herbert Street. There is plenty of parking.
The reception area has plenty of room and some amenities to freshen up. Our lovely receptionist, Heidi, is already answering our phones and will greet you in person soon.
Once you and your pet have checked in, our experienced vets will see you in a consulting room. Here we examine your pet and then discuss treatment options.
Once we examine your pet, and if your pet needs surgery, we will take it upstairs. This is where all the treatments and animal care happens. It’s a full hospital the size of many other referral centres… but just for dentistry.
This is where the magic happens. We anaesthetise your pet and perform dental and oral procedures here.
Our experienced vets, Christine and Leah, operate on your pet. They are well assisted by our very well qualified vet technicians and nurses – Lourdes, Jasmin and Vicky.
Once your pet is awake, we have a warm and comfortable recovery area that is closely monitored. Our patients wake up slowly and calmly and we feed them chicken as soon as they are awake!
Note.. where the curved panels are showing is where the cages will be. They are large, warm and comfortable. Computer images don’t show them well.
Once your pet has recovered from surgery, it will be transferred to the cat or dog ward. We separate the cats from the dogs to reduce their stress.
Both wards are warm and sunny and our ward nurse, Henry, will keep them comfortable well fed, and take the dogs out to stretch their legs.
And Plenty More
There is much more to the hospital than the rooms above, but they are not as interesting for you or your pet. Suffice to say, we have everything we need.