A proud part of our local community since 1975
ABOUT US AND
The Haberfield Veterinary Hospital is an
- community based
- fully equipped veterinary hospital
Our primary concern is the health and welfare of every animal we are privileged to meet and we pursue sustainable practices to help protect the ongoing future welfare of all animals
CONSULTATION APPOINTMENTS NOT NECESSARY
JUST DROP IN DURING CONSULTATION HOURS
Mon-Fri: 9 am - 12 noon; 5 pm - 8pm
Sat & Sun: 9 am - 1 pm.
Phone us anytime on (02) 9798 0785
For our full list of services, click here.
At the Haberfield Veterinary Hospital we have a keen sense of our connection to the community, both locally and at large. Our support for the local community extends from the service we are so pleased to be able to give to our clients, (some of whom have been with us since we opened our doors in 1975), to various local community groups and institutions such as our schools. We are very honoured by the loyalty of our many clients, who appreciate that all members of staff at the Haberfield Veterinary Hospital are keenly interested in doing their utmost to ensure that all animals receive the best possible level of veterinary care within a supportive community context.
Australian Veterinary Association Animal Welfare Trust (supporting animal welfare research).
Pets in the Park (caring for the pets of people experiencing homelessness)
Kyeema Foundation (working with communities globally to tackle poverty, environmental degradation and building better lives).
Vets Beyond Borders (providing veterinary care and seeking to improve animal welfare in the Asia Pacific region).
Commonwealth Veterinary Association (supporting veterinarians in developing countries and donating veterinary equipment and instruments to veterinarians in these countries).
UNIVERSITY SUPPORT PRACTICE
The Haberfield Veterinary Hospital provides the opportunity for Veterinary Science students from the University of Sydney to train with us.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR DOG AND CAT OWNERS
CATS: Owners of cats not desexed by 4 months of age are required to pay an $80.00 annual permit in addition to their one-off lifetime pet registration fee. Exemptions:
Cats registered by 1 July 2020
Cats kept for breeding purposes by members of recognised breeding bodies.
Cats that cannot be desexed. A veterinary certiﬁcate is required. The vet can update the desexing information and exemption directly onto the NSW Pet Registry. This needs to be done before the cat reaches 4 months of age.
DOGS: Owners of dogs of a restricted breed or declared to be a dangerous dog will be required to pay an annual permit of $195.00 in addition to their one-off pet registration fee with NO exemptions.
By law, lifetime registration for dogs is due by 6 months of age. If you desex your dog before this time you may be eligible for discounted fees at the time of registration. Vets can provide exemptions to desexing. It is not compulsory to desex your dog.
The NSW Govt is in the process of building a new Pet Registry which will allow pet owners to register cats and dogs, update contact details, report missing pets, transfer ownership and pay lifetime registration fees.