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Advanced Medical Facilities

When it comes to the health of your furry family members, we’re sure to offer thorough treatments and only the best service. Pet Medical Centre has a fully equipped medical centre in Dubbo, allowing us to conduct extensive tests and examinations.

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Our qualified vets use leading industry equipment to examine your beloved vet and get to the heart of the issue quickly. Whether your pet has had an unfortunate accident or is experiencing health problems, book in to see our vets in Dubbo. Early diagnosis is often the best chance at a swift recovery, which is why we also offer a range of preventative healthcare services.


At our fully equipped vet hospital in Dubbo, we can take X-rays to examine your pet’s bones and soft tissue structures. This allows us to diagnose conditions that affect the bones such as fractures, osteoarthritis and spinal problems. X-rays are also useful to monitor chest and lung conditions, kidney stones and cancer, and even detect foreign objects in the stomach. With our advanced equipment, we can also take dental X-rays to ensure your furry friend’s teeth are healthy.


At Pet Medical Centre, we take X-rays for pets of all sizes. Our vets will often give your animal a light sedative to help them stay relaxed during the procedure. In some cases, we may need to use a general anaesthetic. For more information, get in touch with our friendly team.

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Staff Performing Ultrasound on a Dog — Vets in Dubbo, NSW


We have a range of state-of-the-art equipment that allows us to thoroughly examine your pet and efficiently detect health conditions. Our vets use ultrasound to non-invasively check internal organs such as the liver, kidneys, bowel and heart. Ultrasound can also be used to diagnose pregnancy.


Our team may shave a small area on your pet to allow the transducer to gather pictures clearly. Then, a coupling jelly will be applied to your pet’s skin. We may need to sedate your animal if they are unable to stay still for long enough. In most instances we can gather comprehensive information with little to no discomfort for your furry friend.


We have a pathology laboratory on-site, allowing our veterinarians to analyse samples from your animal and diagnose specific health conditions. Common laboratory tests include blood tests, urinalysis, faecal tests, and biopsy examination.


Having in-house laboratory facilities also allows us to check your pet’s anaesthetic safety before we commence any surgical procedures. A simple in-house blood test provides information on your pet’s liver and kidney function. This helps us to check if your pet is capable of safely breaking down the anaesthetic drugs.


From checking for infections to diagnosing diabetes, our pathology facilities are critical to providing optimal healthcare for your animals.

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