Lithgow Veterinary Hospital

Ph 02 6351 3269

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Clinic Hours
Lithgow Veterinary Hospital is open 6 days a week and our after hours service provides you with 24/7 assistance in emergencies.

Please call to make an appointment

02 6351 3269.

Fax (02) 6351 3068
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Monday
9am - 6pm
Tuesday
9am - 6pm
Wednesday
9am - 6pm
Thursday
9am - 6pm
Friday
9am - 6pm
Saturday 
8.30am - 12pm
Sunday (Closed)

After Hour Emergencies

(02) 6351 3269 or 0418 689 770

Our dedicated team is always here for your pets

 

At Lithgow Veterinary Hospital, you’ll be fully supported with professional advice about your pets health care. We know that  helping our clients starts with providing a good understanding of health care issues and treatment options. With good advice and professional recommendations, you’ll be well equipped to make the best ongoing health care decisions for your pet.

With fully equipped examination rooms, diagnostic machines and highly trained staff,  we provide on-the-spot assistance for nearly all your pet health and medical needs. Lithgow Veterinary Hospital is equipped to treat both small companion animals as well as horses and livestock and offers a 24 hour emergency service. Our Veterinarians also do monthly vaccination trips to Portland, Wallerawang and Hartley if your are unable to get your pet into the clinic. The "Purr Inn" is our cat boarding facility if you ever need to go away and leave your cat in safe hands. We stock and recommend Hills Science and prescription food.

Take a moment to meet our team and our own pets. We look forward to seeing you and your pet again at the next scheduled visit.

Heartworm in Hartley: Too close to home!

With each new dog infected, the risk of heartworm increases. New research shows that Heartworm is making its way towards us; with infected dogs being found in Bathurst, Orange, Hazelbrook and even in Hartley! Heartworm is spread through mosquitoes and there are 12 species of mosquito known to transmit heartworm. 10 out of those 12 will bite during both day and night. Some studies have shown foxes and other wild dogs contributing to the spread of Heartworm in our area as well. The change in climate conditions is yet another factor.

An infected dog or cat will often not show any signs before major damage is done. It takes three to five years for clinical symptoms to develop. Prevention is the best form of protection for your pet. There are many different products available, from a yearly injection to monthly tablets. 

 

Don’t wait! Protect your dog before it’s too late.

 

 

 

 

 

Download our brand NEW First-Aid for Pets app

You can download our New first Aid app for your iPhone or Android phone.
Just click the links below to download the app for your phone. Its that easy!

 

 

 

 

 

A big part of our local community

Lithgow Veterinary Hospital has been an integral part of our local community for many years. In that time, we’ve helped thousands of our clients cats & dogs, rabbits & guinea pigs, birds, horses and even the occasional goldfish. Being so strongly integrated with our local community is important to us and our clients. Our customers know by experience that they can rely on us for sound advice and treatment options and that their pet is in the very best hands with our team.

 



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