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  • Welcome!

    For more than 20 years, the caring, compassionate and highly skilled staff at Arundel Veterinary Surgery has been providing high quality veterinary care and exceptional service. Our clients come and are referred from all over the northern end of the Gold Coast including, Hope Island, Paradise Point, Hollywell, Coombabah, Runaway Bay, Biggera Waters, Helensvale, Labrador, Parkwood and Southport, as well as Arundel.

    We are a full service veterinary medical facility offering a broad range of comprehensive animal health care services designed to assist our patients through every life stage. The companion animals we serve include dogs, cats, pocket pets, birds, reptiles and exotics. At Arundel Veterinary Surgery, we understand the important role your pet plays in your family and we look forward to serving you for many years to come!

    Arundel Veterinary Surgery is now associated with Companion Care Veterinary Surgery – Ormeau and our staff work between the two surgeries. We aim to provide the same high level of care to pets and the owners throughout the Northern Gold Coast at both Arundel and Ormeau surgeries.

    Companion Care Veterinary Surgery – Ormeau
    Shop 8/29 Peachey Road
    Ormeau, QLD 4208
    PH 07 5546 6205
    Fax 07 5546 6404
    Website: www.companioncarevets.com.au

    Arundel Veterinary Surgery also provides workshop training facilities, performed by Dr Robert and utilized by vets from all over Australia, in Veterinary ultrasound. RW Veterinary Consultancy.


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