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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A bit of a heart felt story to help with your Monday blues!

Last week Little Miss Ivy was found at a property in Bulga. She was brought into us so we could scan for a microchip to try and contact the owners.
Thankfully, she was chipped and we were able to look her up on the Pet Registry of NSW.
Ivy's details showed that she had traveled a far way for a small town kitty cat, coming from Cessnock!!

Once we contacted the owner, we were advised that she had actually been missing for a WHOLE YEAR!!!

Ivy was reunited with her owner and as you can see, she will be getting plenty of cuddles.

It is moments like this that should help people understand the importance of microchipping.
Helping loved ones return to their families 🙂
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A bit of a heart felt story to help with your Monday blues!  Last week Little Miss Ivy was found at a property in Bulga. She was brought into us so we could scan for a microchip to try and contact the owners. 
Thankfully, she was chipped and we were able to look her up on the Pet Registry of NSW. 
Ivys details showed that she had traveled a far way for a small town kitty cat, coming from Cessnock!!  Once we contacted the owner, we were advised that she had actually been missing for a WHOLE YEAR!!!  Ivy was reunited with her owner and as you can see, she will be getting plenty of cuddles.  It is moments like this that should help people understand the importance of microchipping. 
Helping loved ones return to their families :)

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What a lovely story ❤️ Microchip your pets people & keep the details up to date!!

That's crazy! Id be keen to know how she ended up in Bulga? Did the family live there a year ago? Or did she hitch a ride by accident...

Nikki Carter

HAHA!

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Liv Stephenson

I love it 🐶

That’s gold 😂😂

Samson Cahill hehe!!!!

Kaila Clarke hahah

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Fun Fact Friday!!

Dogs only sweat from the bottoms of their feet, the only way they can discharge heat is by panting.
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Fun Fact Friday!!  Dogs only sweat from the bottoms of their feet, the only way they can discharge heat is by panting.

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Leah Keegan Brackenrig ! Ive seen Rocky sweat!

We have some discounted stock due to being short dated (BB: end of March 2020).
Pop in if something has caught your eye 🙂
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We have some discounted stock due to being short dated (BB: end of March 2020). 
Pop in if something has caught your eye :)

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Can I get the scratch post stuff please can pick up tomorrow

I'll take the black hawk can I collect tomorrow morning??

These boys are still needing a forever home - please see our previous ad, or ads on Gumtree. ... See MoreSee Less

These boys are still needing a forever home - please see our previous ad, or ads on Gumtree.
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