About Us

Pets enrich our lives with unconditional love and companionship.

Our staff want to help repay that gift, and make your lives easier.

 

Singleton Vet

Julie Girdler (BVSc)

Veterinarian BVSc Hospital Superintendant and Hospital Owner

Julie is an exceptional Companion Animal Singleton Vet with a caring attitude and strong devotion to all of her clients and patients…

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Anthony Girdler

Practice Manager

Anthony works behind the scenes in the office. He maintains the accounts, payroll and website…

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Singleton Vet Nurse

Megan

Veterinary Nurse Techinician

Megan has a fun loving spirit and brings a positive energy to Heights Pet Hospital…

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Singleton Vet Surgeon

Phil

Veterinary Student

Phil has wanted to be a veterinarian since he first cuddled…

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Sophia

Veterinary Nurse Assistant

Sophia helps out after school…

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Natalie

Client Relations and Trainee Veterinary Nurse

Natalie is here to welcome you, listen and find a solution to your needs…

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Paula

Client Relations

Paula is one of the smiling faces you will be greeted with when you phone or come into the hospital…

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Matthew

Veterinary Nurse Assistant

Matt is funny, ambitious and our jack of all trades!…

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Claire

Veterinary Nurse Assistant

Claire is clever, ambitious and easy going. She comes in after school and helps clean up and get ready for the next day…

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Jesse

Veterinary Nurse Assistant

Jesse information pending

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Zali

Veterinary Nurse

Zali information pending

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Hector the Protector – RIP – 2011 – 2018

Head of security

Hector was probably the most important member of the team, we often thought of him as the glue that kept us all together…

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Bravecto Spot On In-stock.
Bravecto kills and prevents fleas and ticks in dogs and cats.
Have you seen the new ads on TV?
Bravecto chews have been around for a while, but now there is a spot-on for cats.....and it claims to last 3 months....which is awesome.
They claim it lasts 6 months in dogs! which would be amazing, but we haven't heard much about it yet.
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How often should you treat for intestinal worms? Adult cats & dogs are generally treated every 3 months. If worms are present then a course of 3 worming tablets should be given 2 weeks apart to break the cycle. ... See MoreSee Less

How often should you treat for intestinal worms? Adult cats & dogs are generally treated every 3 months. If worms are present then a course of 3 worming tablets should be given 2 weeks apart to break the cycle.

When you move we can transfer your pets medical history from your old vet to us/or from us to your new vet. Don't forget to update your pet's microchip details. This can be done at local vet clinic, local council or by logging onto www.petregistry.nsw.gov.au. ... See MoreSee Less

When you move we can transfer your pets medical history from your old vet to us/or from us to your new vet. Dont forget to update your pets microchip details. This can be done at local vet clinic, local council or by logging onto www.petregistry.nsw.gov.au.

We have found a piece of jewelry that has fallen off one of our clients. If you are missing something please give us a call to identify. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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I wondered where my diamond necklace went..

Oh darn I though it was my 10 carot diamond ring

Are your pets treated for intestinal worms? You can buy treatment over the counter. ... See MoreSee Less

Are your pets treated for intestinal worms? You can buy treatment over the counter.
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