Bringing a pet into your family means companionship and cuddles for years. From the time you bring them home, through adolescence and into their golden years, pets provide warmth and vitality.
Keeping your fur child healthy means regular professional healthcare plus at-home attention to keep them free from pests and disease.
Epsom Avenue Veterinary Clinic are your pet healthcare partners, providing full-service pet care for small animals.
Conveniently located off Great Eastern Highway in Belmont, we offer flea and tick control, cat and dog health checks, pet vaccinations, specialist surgery and a whole range of related services for your pet’s wellbeing.
Choosing the right Perth vet clinic to perform surgery on your furry family member can be tough.
When you choose Epsom Avenue Veterinary Clinic you can rest assured you are in the safest hands. We know how scary it can be to put your pet through surgery.
Our experienced vets, vet nurses and support staff have more than 100 years of combined experience with small animals in all shapes and sizes.
From cat and dog desexing to dental procedures, soft tissue surgery and orthopaedic operations, we use only the safest and most up-to-date methods to care for your pets.
Health and vitality for your furriest (or feathered) family member means more to us than regular check-ups and medical attention when they need it.
At Epsom Avenue Veterinary Clinic, we care about the total wellbeing of your pets. We know it can be quite a responsibility bringing home a new pet; after all, they are normally a part of your family for many years.
That’s why we do more than other vet clinics in Perth.
From specialised nutrition advice to flea and tick control products and everything in between – even microchips and puppy pre-school – we are your one-stop veterinary clinic for expert advice and high-quality pet care products for small animals.
So no matter what you and your pet need, we can help.
Pet Care Services
Pets, on average, age five to eight times faster than humans. By age two, most pets have already reached adulthood. At age four, many are entering middle age. By age seven, many dogs, particularly larger breeds, are entering their senior years.
Because pets age so rapidly, major health changes can occur in a short amount of time. The risk of cancer, diabetes, obesity,arthritis, heart disease and other serious conditions all increase with age.
We recommend that your pets have a once yearly check up, this is usually done at the same time as annual vaccinations. However as your pets go into their senior years or if they have a specific health condition your vet may recommend more frequent checks. Health checks are also a great opportunity to ask us about nutrition, behaviour or any other issues.