About Us

Life’s better with pets, so we support loving pet owners as they care for their pets and make them part of the family. We want you to have a long, happy life with your pet, so we prevent illness and fix those bumps and scrapes along the way.

We are the only Vet in Singleton dedicated to companion animals, so we can provide the latest and best medical and surgical care for your furry family.

Life’s better with pets! Here’s the evidence!

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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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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Tash

Client Relations and Veterinary Nurse

Tash is an amazingly versatile nurse and receptionist. Tash started with us in 2018 and…

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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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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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Is your puppy aged between 8-14 weeks & you're wanting them to build socialisation skills and obedience. Call to enquire about our Puppy Classes.

We now have two trainers so will love to run more classes & teach you all there is to know about raising your new puppy
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Is your puppy aged between 8-14 weeks & youre wanting them to build socialisation skills and obedience. Call to enquire about our Puppy Classes.  We now have two trainers so will love to run more classes & teach you all there is to know about raising your new puppy

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Remembering those who served & especially those who fell.

Animals have played a critical role during war times for centuries. They’ve provided comfort and inspiration, been guards and mascots, carried messages and hunted enemies.
April 25th is also an opportunity to remember the loyalty and sacrifice of the service animals who stood alongside their battalions during these times.

On Anzac Day, let’s take our hat’s off to all of the animals, in honour of the important roles they have played and continue to play in our lives and in maintaining our safety.
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Animals have played a critical role during war times for centuries. They’ve provided comfort and inspiration, been guards and mascots, carried messages and hunted enemies.
April 25th is also an opportunity to remember the loyalty and sacrifice of the service animals who stood alongside their battalions during these times.  On Anzac Day, let’s take our hat’s off to all of the animals, in honour of the important roles they have played and continue to play in our lives and in maintaining our safety.

 

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While our son was in Afghanistan in 2010 two soldiers and a dog were blown up on a road. The dog and his handler were killed instantly, the 2nd soldier died in a helicopter on the way to a hospital. These animals are very brave and don’t really know what danger they are actually in. I believe that before soldiers returned back to their countries at the end of WW1, as they couldn’t take their horses back home, they shot them so they wouldn’t fall into enemy hands.

There is a beautiful bronze statue at the war memorial now to honor dogs who fought in wars

So many incredible animals went to war. We are as proud of them as their human counterparts. Lest we forget. Wear a little purple tomorrow for them. 💖💖💖

In Canberra that is

We are now taking enrolments for our adolescent puppy classes. These classes are for the pups who missed out on Puppy Class and are aged between 14 weeks and 5 months
Please contact us during business hours to find out more 🙂
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We are now taking enrolments for our adolescent puppy classes. These classes are for the pups who missed out on Puppy Class and are aged between 14 weeks and 5 months 
Please contact us during business hours to find out more :)

 

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Toni Ward 😂

What about a 7 year old?? 😂

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