After Hours Veterinary Clinic

Providing Professional, Experienced Veterinary Care To Your Door!

Need an After Hours Veterinary Clinic?

The House Call Vet are a team of dedicated, experienced individuals who specialise in the treatment of animals requiring emergency after hours vet care. Our after hours veterinary clinic services mean you can give your pet the quality emergency vet care they need, when they need it. 

We understand the stress that transporting pets can cause- This is why we come to you!

Open 7 Days a Week

In-Home Vet Service

Quick, Quality Care

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Our emergency vet clinic is ideal for pets who are receiving palliative care as this saves them the stress of being transported to the vet clinic.
If you have questions and think your pet might be able to be seen on-site, call us on 1300 838 868, and we can help.

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Does Your Pet Need an After Hours Veterinary Clinic?

If your pet is severely injured or ill and requires emergency service vet care, please contact us to arrange mobile veterinary transportation, or visit our Kenmore or Sunnybank clinics.

Animal emergencies do not require you to make an appointment, but please note that all pets and animals requiring emergency care will be attended to in the order of severity.

When Do You Need An After Hours Veterinary Clinic?

You know your pet better than anyone else! Being your pet’s best friend and care provider means you will notice when your pet is experiencing worrying symptoms of discomfort or illness, allowing us to provide the expert care and medical treatment your pet needs, when they need it. Early diagnosis and treatment can help prevent your pet’s condition from worsening or developing into something more. 

It is always best to be on the safe side, which is why it is important to monitor your pets and call for emergency after hours vet care services if you notice that they are feeling ill or behaving differently. If you are concerned about the health of your pet but aren’t able to bring them to our after hours clinic, you can give us a call and one of our veterinarians may be able to help identify whether your pet requires emergency care or not.

If you suspect your pet is experiencing the following symptoms be sure to visit or contact your local The House Call Vet:

Nausea​

Shy Behaviour

Vomiting

Pain or Discomfort

Diarrhea

Watery Eyes

Nervousness

Itching

After Hours Veterinary Clinic: Why Us?

Affordable consult fee with no travel fees anywhere in Brisbane.

Custom designed Mobile Veterinary Units (MVUs) that bring the clinic to your door so that your pet always has the best possible treatment and care available.

A vet AND nurse at EVERY consult so that your pet is always safely and gently handled.

No more stressful car rides or crowded waiting rooms.

Less exposure to infectious diseases that can be present at veterinary clinics.

We fit into your schedule, not the other way round.

We learn more about your pet by seeing where they live. There may be hidden dangers around your home and garden like toxic plants.

Calm pets mean easier handling and more meaningful examination (heart rate, blood pressure).

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After Hours Veterinary Clinic

After Hours Emergency Vet Clinic

Your pet’s health is our number one priority. At The House Call Vet, we focus on the overall health of your pet, from routine and preventative health consults through to minor procedures.

The House Call Vet after hours veterinary clinic conducts check-ups, vaccinations, de-worming and other minor procedures. We also offer advice on behavioural issues and dietary recommendations. 

We see to all pets requiring emergency vet care as quickly as we can, in priority of the severity of their injury or illness. The most critical patients must be seen as a priority.

After Hours Veterinary Clinic

Our Mobile Clinic

A mobile laboratory with microscope, centrifuge, and multiple in-house tests (e.g. parvovirus, heartworm).

A mobile pharmacy with a complete range of drugs normally stocked in a veterinary clinic.

A safe patient transfer ambulance – complete with oxygen, intravenous fluid pumps, and secure enclosures.

After Hours Veterinary Clinic: Palliative Care

When life has become too painful or old-age is making your pet’s day-to-day existence too difficult, we offer timely, sensitive euthanasia services. We understand the grief that comes with having to euthanise a pet due to old age or illness. 

Our mobile after hours veterinary clinic will come to your home and euthanise your pet in a familiar environment, ensuring that your pet is as comfortable and calm as possible before the procedure, and surrounding them with familiar, friendly faces that love them. 

You can be sure that your pet is being cared for with compassion during their final hours. You and your pet will receive nothing but comprehensive, dedicated care and support when you visit a House Call Vet clinic. Our team aims to provide the quality care your pet needs and work tirelessly to ensure that their experience is as comfortable and convenient for them as possible.

After Hours Veterinary Clinic: Who Are We?

The House Call Vet is a comprehensive and modern veterinary practice in Brisbane that combines traditional veterinary clinics with an advanced house call service. With our fleet of house call vehicles and network of veterinary hospitals, we are able to care for pets across Brisbane.

Our custom-designed Mobile Veterinary Units (MVUs) act as our consult rooms, fanning out from our clinic bases each morning to see pets across Brisbane. Our MVUs are equipped with microscopes, scales, diagnostic equipment, and a fully-stocked pharmacy so that most pets can be treated at home. If in-clinic care is needed, we provide complimentary patient transport to and from our surgeries.

Our state of the art veterinary clinics act as our regional ‘hospitals’, providing comprehensive facilities where pets can be taken when they require in-clinic care such as surgeries, x-rays or dental procedures. Our clinics also perform in-clinic consultations every day for our patients who prefer to come to visit us at the clinic!

This model ensures that no matter what level of care your pets needs, and regardless of whether you prefer in-home or in-clinic appointments, we can be there for you and your pet.

Our After Hours Veterinary Clinic Services

Routine Consults

After Hours House Call

Digital X-Ray

Vaccinations

Dental Procedures

Ultrasound

Minor to Complex Surgeries

Euthanasia

Desexing

Brisbane’s Leading After Hours Veterinary Clinic

FAQs

Emergency after hours vet care is not like routine vet care. An emergency requiring immediate veterinary attention is necessary when your pet is severely injured or extremely ill. If your pet should become dangerously injured or suddenly become very ill, they will need prompt emergency vet care.

If your pet is behaving differently to how they normally behave, or shows signs of being ill or injured, you may want to bring them into our clinic for vet care. However, if your pet is experiencing or showing signs of the following, we would recommend bringing them in for immediate care:

  • trauma, such as being hit by a car
  • difficulty breathing
  • requiring a blood transfusion
  • in shock; signs of shock include weakness, pale gums, cold limbs and an abnormal heart rate
  • trouble urinating or not urinating at all
  • unable to eat on their own
  • life-threatening neurological diseases
  • poor recovery after surgery or minor procedures

If you suspect that your pet requires emergency vet care, you should try to bring them to a House Call Vet clinic as soon as possible. If you are unable to move your pet yourself, you can contact us to make use of our mobile veterinary services. Some emergencies can be attended to at your home and may not require transportation of your pet at all.

If your pet is ill, unwell or injured and in pain, it is likely that it will not behave the way your are used to it behaving. Try to remain calm and provide comfort to your pet. Take note of the following:

  • Pets can behave unpredictably when unwell, but especially when they are in pain. Be very cautious when handling your pet. Wrapping them in a blanket can help them feel more comfortable, warm and safe.
  • In some cases, it is advisable not to feed your pet when you suspect they are unwell or injured. Contact one of our clinics if you are uncertain.
  • If you suspect that your pet has been poisoned, try to bring what may have poisoned them with. This will help treat your pet faster as the veterinarian will know what to give your pet.
  • If your pet is bleeding, be sure to stem the flow with towelling until you can get your pet to the clinic, or until a veterinarian reaches your home.