Vet Coffs Harbour
Veterinary Clinic Coffs Harbour & Woolgoolga
Experienced, Professional & Caring Veterinary Treatment
Established in 2001 in Coffs Harbour, Blue & White Veterinary Clinic is committed to providing quality pet care for dogs, cats, pocket pets and reptiles.
We believe that when we adopt a pet, it’s our responsibility to help them lead full, happy and healthy lives as a special part of our family. This our mission at Blue & White Vet Clinic.
Proud animal enthusiasts, our vets provide an extensive range of treatments and surgical options to help manage your pet’s health and wellbeing.
Yes, we do! Call your local clinic immediately if you need after hours vet assistance for your pet or a found animal.
At Blue & White Veterinary Clinic, we stock nutritious pet food from leading brands including Royal Canin and Hills Science Diet for dogs and cats. For stock specifics, please call ahead.
Absolutely! We work pro bono to help injured animals so you don’t have to worry about the cost to you for doing good. Please call ahead of time and let us know you’re on your way, so we can be ready to receive your unwell friend in need!
Definitely. Our knowledgeable veterinarians treat pocket pets such as guinea pigs as well as cats, dogs and reptiles. Call your local clinic to book your consultation today!
Desexing your pet prevents unwanted pregnancies and can reduce the risk of developing certain types of tumours, cancers and infections. Call our experts for further information when it comes to desexing your pet.
Desexing your pet may reduce their aggression and help make them more relaxed, focused and happy. Not only that, your pet’s metabolism may slow down but weight gain can be avoided by ensuring adequate exercise and a controlled, healthy diet.
As pet owners, we’re responsible for the health and wellbeing of our dogs or cats. Vaccinations stimulate our pet’s antibodies to fight disease.
Although it’s not illegal to not vaccinate your pet, we highly recommend you do.
Some diseases aren’t just fatal to your pets but can risk infecting humans too. Help protect your pet and family against preventable diseases and infections by getting your dog or cat vaccinated.