Small Animal Vet Care


Our hospital is fully equipped to take digital radiographs (X-rays) for your Pet. Radiographs are a very important tool to help us diagnose issues with your pet most commonly involving the bones, chest and abdomen. Often to help with image quality most pets are sedated or have a general anaesthesia and like surgery or desexing will need to be fasted prior to this procedure.

At Greater Whitsunday Vet Services, we currently have the latest ultrasound technology. Ultrasound is used predominantly to look at soft or fluid filled organs, like the liver, kidneys, bladder, heart, intestines, and spleen. Like radiographs our patients are usually sedated and fasted prior to this procedure and is often done in conjunction with radiographs to obtain a full diagnostic picture.

Click the video links below to understand the process and key points of diagnostic imaging at Greater Whitsunday Vet Services.


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Emergency Assistance

Our Vets and nurses are available for afterhours emergencies for our clients 7 days a week. If you believe your animal is having an emergency, please contact us on 07 4786 1010 and follow the prompts. Here you will reach a member of our nursing team to help triage the situation.

Remember Greater Whitsunday Vet Services is a small team and not only do our vets and nurses work during the day but then go on call when they are at home at night. Please be courteous and only call if there is a genuine emergency. We understand it is a stressful time but please be courteous to staff as no aggression, violence or abuse is tolerated at our clinic.