The Booval Veterinary Hospital has been caring for the pets of Ipswich since 1967 and over the years has grown to become the largest and longest-serving clinic in the area.

Booval Veterinary Hospital: Your local Ipswich Vet, providing Vet care to Ipswich, Booval, and all surrounding areas

Our Vet Hospital is situated at Booval, Ipswich and offers nothing but the best care for each and every pet.

We offer after hours emergency service carried out by our own local Vets until 8:00pm week nights. Ipswich’s leading after hour vet service offers care for pets that require after hours vet attention. For your local after hours Vet Ipswich please call 3282 6722.

We’re not just here for emergencies, we are here to help you care for your pet throughout their life and we have a range of products and services to help you keep them in optimum health. Our local Vet clinic is serviced by the most experienced Vets and trusted by pet owners looking for a Vet in Ipswich, a Vet in Booval, a Vet in Bundamba and for all surrounding Ipswich areas.

Thank you for choosing Booval Veterinary Hospital with caring for your pet.

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Snake Season – Be Prepared

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Dental Diets – They Really Work!

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Grain Free Diets and the Possible Link to Heart Disease

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Does your pet have bad breath?

Dental disease or periodontal disease is caused by an infection called plaque. Plaque is made up of food particles, saliva and bacteria. It sticks to the tooth surface and if not removed will calcify into tartar (or calculus).

This takes place above and below the gum line and over time can lead to the destruction of the supportive tissues and jawbone, resulting in bad breath and eventual loss of teeth. Even the early stages of plaque, tartar and gingivitis can be painful for our pets. If these problems develop into low-grade, long-term bacterial shedding from a chronically infected mouth, it will eventually find its way into the blood stream and then into essential organs like the heart and kidneys

More than 85% of dogs and cats over four years old have some form of periodontal disease. There are various signs you can look out for such as bad breath, discoloured or loose teeth, excessive drooling, inflamed or receding gums, pain when handled around the mouth and/or change is behaviour.

In the majority of pet’s lives, there comes a time when their teeth may require veterinary treatment over and above their regular examinations. A dental treatment involves a general anaesthetic and a full dental examination, including scaling, both ultrasonically and by hand, and then finishing with a polish. A very similar procedure used by your own dentist.

Call us today to enquire about a dental health check at one of our three convenient locations. Let our friendly Vets give you a no obligation estimate on your pet’s next dental procedure.

Our Facilities

All our vets and nurses are trained to a very high standard and are supported by excellent, modern facilities and state-of-the-art equipment and technology. Our operating theatre is equipped to handle all types of surgery, from desexing to more complex orthopaedic cases.

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Our Team

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    Elisha

    Veterinary Nurse

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    Kat

    Veterinary Nurse

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    Rhiannon

    Qualified Vet Nurse

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    Candice

    Veterinary Nurse

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    Hannah

    Veterinary Nurse

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    Brittany

    Qualified Vet Nurse

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    Avril

    Qualified Vet Nurse

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    Emily

    Senior Vet Nurse

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    Jacqui

    Senior Vet Nurse

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    Dr. Adrian Young BVSc (Hons)

    Veterinarian

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    Dr. Jordan Zec BVSc

    Veterinarian

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    Dr. Ellana Sue “Elsa” Winter BVSc (Hons)

    Veterinarian

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    Dr Amy Menendez BVSc (Hons)

    Veterinarian

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    Dr Alanna Harth BVSc (Hons)

    Senior Veterinarian

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    Andrea

    Accounts and Payroll Head Nurse

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    Courtney

    Head Nurse – Ipswich Vet Group

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    Louise

    Nurse Supervisor / Marketing and Media

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    Jodi

    Inventory & Accounts Coordinator

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    Samantha

    Nurse Operations Manager – Ipswich Vet Group

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    Dr Hannah Van Wunnik BVSc (Hons)

    Head Veterinarian

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    Teejay Hani

    Practice Manager – Ipswich Vet Group

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    Dr Scott Campbell BVSc (Hons) M.A.C.V.Sc, D.A.C.V.N

    Partner

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    Dr Jason Wendt BVSc

    Partner

News

We are happy to share our recent cases and provide information to help you take care of your pet. Read about our recent cases and find information to help care for your pet.

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Community

We have strong relationships with a network of excellent wildlife carers who do an excellent job of rehabilitating & releasing a wide variety of native mammals, birds and reptiles.

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