Penrith Veterinary Hospital
Veterinary and Pet Services - Penrith, NSW
Penrith Veterinary Hospital located in Penrith specialises in emergency care, puppy preschool, surgical procedures, pet insurance, microchipping, dental care and many more.
For over 40 years Penrith Veterinary Hospital has been caring for Penrith’s pets and their owners, providing high quality veterinary care to control and prevent illness. From helping farm and companion animals originally when Penrith was more rural to becoming a highly focussed and advanced companion animal hospital in more recent years, the staff at Penrith Veterinary Hospital have always tried to provide a friendly, comprehensive and affordable service to allow people to care for their pets as best as they can.
September 2013 marked the completion of the largest and most significant upgrade to Penrith Veterinary Hospital. Two years of planning, specialist designers and outright hard work have culminated in the creation of our new purpose built hospital facility, whose entire purpose is to make our clients and patients stay with us more comfortable. Cageless and spacious pet accommodation, separate cat, dog, bird and small animal areas, reduced waiting times, separate waiting areas, extended parking and a kids creche have all been created to reduce stress and make your visit to us as easy and simple as possible.
We have seven veterinarians that will provide you not only with their individual experience and knowledge, but collectively, with over 50 years combined experience, the best, safest and quickest means to maintain and restore your pets health. Matthew and Sally Churchill have been at Penrith Vets for over 16 years, bringing new and advanced technologies and techniques to better care for our companions. Our nurses and receptionists are not only caring, dedicated and skilled in providing nursing and veterinary care, they also bring a wealth of experience, combining with over 100 years of veterinary expertise. If you need advice on any component of pet health care, there is no substitute for experience combined with current and up-to-date knowledge. If there is something we can’t provide ourselves, we have access to vast resources to be able to provide whatever care is required.