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Full service veterinary hospital

We can help with all your Veterinary Needs

In House Digital X-rays

High speed no waiting, best quality for the health of your pets.

Diagnosis and Treatment

Expert high quality treatement of all medical conditions.

High quality surgical solutions

eg orthopedic surgery, cancer etc

Referral Service

The very best general practice service possible, with close liaison with appropriate specialists when required

Dental care

Routine clean and polish, surgical treatments.

Preventative health

eg vaccinations, worming and nutritional advice

Special needs of older pets

Because getting old is not a disease

Rabbits and pocket pets welcome

Our vets are happy and confident to treat them

Dr. Ashleigh Long and her 'little supermodel' fur baby Monty!

DR ASHLEIGH LONG

Dr. Ashleigh Long graduated from The University of Melbourne. Ashleigh brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to The Thornbury Veterinary Hospital, and has a special passion for caring for senior pets.

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DR SEINA CAPP

Dr Seina graduated from Melbourne University in 1993 with honours. With 20 years of experience in Veterinary medicine, Seina’s passion is in helping your pets to live longer, happier and healthier lives and aims to treat every pet with the same care and compassion she would give to her own pets. Initially working in rural Victoria Seina saw many different species -any day  working with horses, ostriches, pigs, sheep, cows and of course pets (dogs, cats rabbits, small rodents) this was also where she gained a love and a great deal of experience in surgery.

Seina has also volunteers her skills to pets less fortunate than our own, helping wildlife after the black Saturday bushfires and most recently with Darwin Animal Doctors (DAD) in the Galapagos Islands.

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