Looking For A Mobile Bird Vet?
We understand how stressful trips to the Vet can often be for owners and their birds. Our Mobile Bird Vet, which operates Brisbane wide is designed to solve this problem.
Looking for a mobile bird vet? Our mobile vet comes to your home and during the coronavirus outbreak, you can leave your bird in a cage or secured near the front of your property. No matter where you live in Brisbane our mobile team of veterinarians is available to help. Our consult fee starts from just $79.50.
When you need a mobile bird vet you can rely on us to arrive on time and with everything we need to give your bird the best care in Brisbane. Mobile vet care is about accessibility and trust. And we’ve been investing in research and hiring the best people in the industry for the last 10-15 years.
Our mobile vet units (MVUs) act as our consult rooms, fanning out from our clinic bases each morning to see cats across Brisbane. Our mobile bird vet units are equipped with the latest technology, used by a team passionate about veterinary care.
Our state-of-the-art vet act as our regional ‘hospitals’, providing comprehensive facilities where cat can be taken when they require in-clinic care such as surgeries, x-rays or dental procedures. No matter what level of care your bird needs, we can be there for you and your feathered friend.
Mobile Bird Vet Services
- Routine Consults
- After Hours House Call
- Digital X-Ray
- Dental Procedures
- Minor to Complex Surgeries
When you call the House Call Vet you can know that we bring with us the full weight of all modern science and the latest developments in veterinary care.
Mobile Bird Vet – Day Service
For some birds, trips to the Vet can be extremely stressful. Say goodbye to painful vet trips and book your next appointment in the comfort of your own home!
Our Mobile Vet Units are equipped with microscopes, scales, diagnostic equipment, and a fully-stocked pharmacy so that most cats can be treated at home. If in-clinic care is needed, we provide complimentary patient transport to and from our surgeries.
Mobile Bird Vet Practice
Our mobile vet teams are equipped with microscopes, scales, diagnostic equipment, and a fully-stocked pharmacy. This means your pet gets the same level of care is they would in our clinics.
- No travel fees anywhere in Brisbane.
- Mobile Veterinary Units that bring the clinic to your door.
- A vet AND nurse at EVERY consultation.
- Your pet is always handled safely and gently.
- No more stressful car rides or crowded waiting rooms.
- We fit into your schedule.
- We learn more about your pet by seeing where they live.
- Calmer pets mean easier handling and more meaningful examination (heart rate, blood pressure).
- A mobile laboratory with microscope, centrifuge, and multiple in-house tests (e.g. parvovirus, heartworm).
- A mobile pet 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.
- A mobile office with laptops, printers, and credit card facilities.
- At every consultation, we also bring advanced medical equipment for assessing blood pressure, oxygen saturation, heart electrical activity, eyes and ears
Mobile Bird Vet - Night Service
If you need to call on us for emergency veterinary care, we are available from 7 am until midnight. Our mobile vet service is ready anywhere in the Brisbane area. This means you ‘baby’ can get in-home care for pets with illnesses that do not require in-hospital emergency care.
Any conditions that usually can be dealt with at home include – coughing, sore eyes, itchy skin and ears, limping, vomiting and diarrhea, and urinary issues.
We are also able to offer after-hours palliative care and home euthanasia.
If you are unsure if your cat should be seen by our after-hours team call us on 1300 838 868, and we can help you to decide.
When Should You Contact A Bird Vet?
Many species of pet birds have a long life span, and most people who have a companion bird expect a long-term, fulfilling relationship with their bird. A bird vet, tracking the health of your bird, may play a vital role in this goal.
Your bird vet can advise you on the characteristics of a number of pet bird species to help you decide which one would be most appropriate for you. An avian veterinarian will also teach you to recognise specific signs of disease that will help you select a healthy pet. Bird health is difficult to determine, and knowledge of how to identify a healthy bird is a valuable tool.
The appearance of symptoms of disease in a bird is often referred to as “sick-bird syndrome.” This is because many diseases in birds cause the same symptoms, and when a bird shows signs of sickness, the bird is very sick.
Avian birds, like other prey species, conceal symptoms of disease. Predators are searching for signs of sickness or weakness when choosing their prey, so a prey animal needs to appear well, or it would be a sure target. By the time they show symptoms of illness, in certain cases, birds have become too frail to be able to cover up. At this point, small birds, in particular, have little reserve, and even handling them can put them in shock. That is why it is extremely important for bird owners to know how to recognise a sick bird and to check their birds at least twice a day for the presence of these signs.
If you find any of the signs of a sick bird in the list below, please contact your veterinarian.
Symptoms Of Illness In Birds
Sitting low on the perch
Sitting on the bottom of the cage
Hanging onto the side of the cage with his beak instead of sitting on a perch
Head tucked under wing and standing on two feet
Ruffled feathers (consistently)
Losing balance, teetering, or falling off of perch
Lumps or swelling of any portion of the body
Picking at his feathers or body
Harassed by other birds
Eyes dull, sunken, or abnormal color
Walking in circles
Unusual smell to bird or droppings
Drooped or elevated wings