Vets 2U Services

VETS 2U provide an at home service for most routine pet consultations. We are available from Tuesday to Saturday between the hours of 9am – 6pm. After hours and weekend consultations are available by prior arrangement.

Due to the large number of non-emergency after hours calls we no longer offer an emergency after hours service. After hours emergency calls should be directed to the Murdoch Pet Emergency Centre on 1300 652 494.

Prices are comparable to those offered by local clinics and fees are payable at completion of consultation. Consultation rate is set regardless of distance travelled. Clients further away are not charged a higher rate. Consultation fee is per hour or part thereof. We do not charge an extra fee to see an additional pet at same consult. 20% pensioner discount on vaccination and consultation prices only. Discounts also applicable to multi pet vaccinations (20% for 2-3 pets/treatments, 30% for 4 or more pets/treatments).Group discounts may attract a lower rate.

EFTPOS facility available.

Perth Mobile Veterinary Service Areas that we cover

VETS 2U covers areas south of the river from the Perth CBD, servicing areas including Cannington, Kelmscott and as far south east to Armadale and down South Western Highway to Mundijong and out to the coast to Rockingham, as well as back up the coast to Fremantle and we service areas within the above boundaries.

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Vaccinations Dogs

We use Fort Dodge Protech and Fel-O-Vax killed vaccines. Protocol provides completion of vaccination regime by 12 weeks of age, allowing complete socialisation to occur at 13 weeks. Many other vaccine regimes are completed at 16 weeks (4 months) of age, past the optimum time for socialisation to occur.

C3 Annual

Prevention of Distemper, Hepatitis and Parvovirus for period of one year. Initial vaccination of puppies at 6, 9 and 12 weeks of age allowing for complete socialisation at an earlier age. Recommended for dog that do not go to boarding kennels or doggy day care.

C3 Triennial

Prevention of Distemper, Hepatitis and Parvovirus for period of three years. Administered at first annual booster vaccination (15 months of age).

C5 Annual

Prevention of Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvovirus, Parainfluenza and Bordatella bronchiseptica (Kennel Cough) for period of one year. Protocol as for C3 annual vaccine. Required by most boarding kennels or day care.

C5 Triennial

Prevention of Distemper, Hepatitis and Parvovirus for period of three years, Parainfluenza and Bordatella bronchiseptica (Kennel Cough) are only covered for one year. Kennel cough booster still required annually or prior to going into kennels.

Bronchishield

Intranasal vaccine for prevention of Parainfluenza and Bordatella bronchiseptica (Kennel Cough) for one year. Only a single dose of intranasal vaccine required (injectable kennel cough vaccines require two treatments). Recommended for dogs with only C3 vaccination requiring kennel cough cover to enter boarding kennels or day care. Also used in puppies where initial vaccination was C3 and kennel cough cover desired, and as annual kennel cough booster for triennial C5 vaccine. Requires approximately one week for efficacy to develop. This is a live vaccine and there is a risk of dogs developing kennel cough after vaccination.

C7 Annual

Incorporates C5 vaccine with Leptospirosis and Coronavirus vaccine. Largely used by breeding kennels and for export.

Heartworm

Proheart SR12 injection. Dose is calculated on bodyweight of dog, therefore the price will vary according to the size of the dog. Initial vaccination may be given at 12 weeks, booster or initial vaccination at 6 months of age and annual booster at 15 months of age in conjunction with annual C3 or C5 vaccination.

Vaccinations Cats

F3

Prevention of Rhinotracheitis (Cat Flu), Calicivirus and Panleucopaenia (Parvovirus) for period of one year. Initial vaccination of kittens after 8 weeks of age with a booster vaccination 3-4 weeks later. Minimum requirement for boarding catteries.

F5

Prevention of Rhinotracheitis (Cat Flu), Calicivirus, Panleucopaenia (Parvovirus) and Feline Leukaemia for period of one year. Initial vaccination of kittens after 8 weeks of age with a booster vaccination 3-4 weeks later. Recommended for outdoor cats as leukaemia is transmitted through bodily fluids particularly cat bites. Two doses of leukaemia vaccine are required and blood test is required prior to vaccination if cat is more than 6 months of age.

FIV

Prevention of FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus) for period of one year. Initial vaccination of kittens after 8 weeks of age with two booster vaccinations 3-4 weeks later.

Three doses of FIV vaccine are required and blood test is required prior to vaccination if cat is more than 6 months of age.