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"Caring to prevent"

  • Bligh Park Veterinary Hospital
    693 George St,
    South Windsor, NSW 2756
    Australia see MAP
    Phone: 02 4587 7177

no appointment necessary.
Monday to Friday: 9.00 am to 11.00 am and 5 pm to 7.00 pm
Saturday: 9.00 am to 11.00 am
Sunday: 9.00 am to 10.00 am
Public Holidays: No consultations and office closed,
however we offer boarding facilities.
See Contact Page for AFTER HOURS alternative.

for over the counter purchases and admissions and discharging boarders

Monday to Friday: 9am to 7pm
Saturday: 9am to 11am
Sunday: 9am to 10am

TERMS OF TRADING: Unfortunately we are unable to extend account facilities.
We demand full payment after consultation or discharge from hospital.
We accept payment by cash, cheque or eftpos.
Credit cards accepted are Visa, Mastercard and Bankcard.
Bartercard and BBX Cards accepted if by prior arrangement.

Christie, Kylie and Alan with friends

Bronte Charlotte


Dr Alan W BENNET qualified from Glasgow University in 1980 and has practised in Ireland and Australia.

He has also worked as a Veterinary Officer responsible for disease control with the Dept of Agriculture in Northern Ireland.

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Dr Chris Dowey

Chris is born and raised in the Hawkesbury. He graduated from Sydney University in 1989.

He has practised companion animal medicine and surgery in the UK, Central Coast and locally over the past 20 years. He also vets at cat shows and at horse endurance events.
He is married to Linda with two school-age children. He lives in the local area and owns horses, cats, dogs and chooks.


Hi, I'm Daisy, I'm a cocker spaniel and I am always full of fun and love and ...

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My name is Brandy and I am an English Staffordshire Bull Terrier. In this ...

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Barry & Freki Harris

Freki is named after one of the mythological wolves created ...

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Had to send you this photo of Julius drunk at Christmas. He never misses ...

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Feeling better now?

Chloe is one of the practice cats! She is a grubby little thing. she doesn't look after ...

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First and foremost, good diet is the keystone to maintaining optimum health and the prevention of disease.

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Please consider carefully before breeding from your pet. Desexing at 6 months of age is the best way to avoid the hassles of seasons, and unwanted litters.

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Vaccinations are an essential component of infectious disease prevention. We recommend a complete course of puppy and kitten vaccinations and examinations commencing at 6 weeks of age.

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