Brisbane Bird Vet

For in-clinic and on-location veterinary care, we are a local avian vet in Brisbane

Local Bird Vet in Brisbane

Caring For Birds Of Every Feather

Just like any other pet, birds can get sick and require veterinary care. At The House Call Vet, we offer comprehensive veterinary services for bird owners across Brisbane.

Our bird vets have the expertise and experience to treat all types of feathered friends, from parrots and finches to chickens and ducks. We understand that your bird is an important part of your family, and we treat every pet with the utmost care and respect.

Choose The House Call Vet for all your bird care needs, and have peace of mind knowing that your feathered friend is in trusted, knowledgeable hands. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or learn more about our services.

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Mobile Bird Vet

With our house call services, we bring the vet to your doorstep! Our fully equipped mobile units enable us to provide superior care for your feathered friend, without the stress of leaving your home.

Emergency Care

As a pet owner, you don’t want to think about having to rush your pet to the emergency vet. Our avian vets are experienced in dealing with a wide range of emergencies and are equipped to handle everything from minor injuries to more serious illnesses.

Flexible Booking Benefits

With the ability to choose a day and time for your pet's non-urgent procedure, we are able to improve cost efficiency by booking similar procedures on the same day.

This allows us to pass on the savings to you, making our services more affordable.

Quality Bird Care, Where You Need It.

Keep Your Bird Chirping

At The House Call Vet, we love birds just as much as you do! Our team of highly trained and experienced professionals are dedicated to providing outstanding veterinary care tailored to meet your bird’s unique needs.

We understand that every bird is unique, which is why we take the time to get to know you and your feathered friend. Whether you need routine check-ups, vaccinations, or emergency care, we are here to provide personalised attention and the highest quality of care.

We believe that open communication and transparency are essential to building trust, so we are always available to answer any questions or concerns you may have about your bird’s health.

Trust The House Call Vet for all your bird care needs. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or learn more about our services.


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A Healthy Bird Is A Happy Bird

It’s not always easy to tell when your bird is feeling under the weather. That’s why our dedicated team of avian doctors is here to help!

If you notice your bird refusing to eat, acting lethargic, or displaying unusual behaviour, it may be time for a check-up with your local bird vet. During the consultation, we will take the time to understand your pet’s behaviour and determine the best course of treatment to restore their health and happiness.


Birds are normally active and alert creatures. If your bird seems to lack energy, isn't moving around much, or is sleeping more than usual, it could be a sign of illness.

Constant Fluffing

Birds fluff their feathers to keep themselves warm, so if your bird is fluffing constantly even in warm conditions, it could indicate that they are trying to compensate for an underlying issue.

Change In Droppings

Changes in the color, consistency, or frequency of your bird's droppings could indicate a health problem. Normal droppings for birds should be well-formed and consistent in color and texture.


If your bird is unusually nervous, skittish, or agitated, it could be a sign of illness or distress. Birds can be sensitive creatures and may become nervous or agitated if they are in pain or uncomfortable.

Shy Behaviour

Birds are social creatures and enjoy interacting with their owners, so if your bird is suddenly avoiding interaction, it could indicate that they are feeling unwell.

Pain or Discomfort

Signs of pain or discomfort in birds can be subtle, but can include changes in posture, breathing, or vocalizations. Birds may also become less active or refuse to move around if they are in pain.

Watery Eyes

If your bird's eyes are watery or discharge is present, it could be a sign of an eye infection or other health issue. Any issues with their eyes can significantly impact their quality of life.

Change in diet

Birds need a balanced diet to maintain their health and any changes in their eating habits should be taken seriously. If your bird suddenly loses interest in food or starts eating less than usual, be sure to let your vet know.

Two Convenient Clinics Across Brisbane

Find Your Nearest House Call Vet

Finding good quality, experienced care for your feathered friends in Brisbane can be a challenge. We are proud to provide the best possible care for your pet!

For your convenience, we offer both house call services and in-clinic care at our Sunnybank and Kenmore clinics. We are equipped with comprehensive facilities for in-clinic care and are staffed by a team of highly trained professionals.

Whether you need routine check-ups or emergency care, you can trust that your bird is in good hands with us.Contact us today to schedule an appointment or learn more about our exceptional veterinary care services.

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