Hurlstone Park Veterinary Hospital

We love caring for your pets
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Pet Care Advice

Have a pet care question or concern? Our team of veterinarians and nurses are happy to offer free advice over the phone. Take the guess work out of pet care by calling our friendly team.

(02) 95584181

Our Services

We offer everything you need to keep your pet healthy and happy, including clinical examinations, wellbeing, surgical and diagnostic services. We can also assist with accessing specialist service providers where needed.

Pet Products

We stock a wide range of products to aid in the health and well being of your pets including flea & tick control, intestinal wormers, heartworm prevention, shampoos, high-quality pet food, oral hygiene aids, nail clippers and more! 


What Our Clients Say

“Great local vet hospital; lovely, attentive and knowledgeable staff – we would be lost without them.”
Keith Dawson

“Michael Kidd and his team are the kindest and friendliest bunch of vets and nurses I’ve ever had to deal with. I wouldn’t take my dogs anywhere else.”
Valeria Ballantyne

“By far the most experienced and nicest vets and nurses in Sydney.”
Robin Haidar

Our Location and Opening Hours


739 New Canterbury Road, Dulwich Hill, NSW 2203

Parking is available on Clargo and Kroombit Streets as well as opposite the clinic on Duntroon Street. 

Consulting Hours

Monday - Friday
9:30am - 12noon &
4:00pm- 7:00pm

Saturday - Sunday
9:30am - 12noon

Counter Sales

Monday - Friday
8:00am - 7:00pm

Saturday - Sunday
9:30am - 12:00noon

Contact Us

(02) 9558 4181

Monday - Friday
8:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday - Sunday 9:30am - 12pm

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Have a Question? We Can Help

    Common Questions

    Common questions we get asked at Hurlstone Park Veterinary Hospital.

    Do I have to make an appointment?
    There is no need to make an appointment with us, we have open consulting times for you to bring your pet in. Please see our hours
    What days are you open?

    Consulting Hours

    Monday – Friday
    9:30am – 12 noon
    4:00pm – 7:00pm

    Saturday – Sunday
    9:30am – 12 noon

    Counter Sales

    Monday – Friday
    8:00am – 7:00pm

    Saturday – Sunday
    9:30am – 12:00 noon

    Please call us for our public holiday opening times.

    Does it matter if my dog or cat is overdue for vaccinations?
    Vaccinations protect animals from a wide ranges of serious diseases. So it is important to keep them up to date.
    Does my dog/cat need any further vaccinations after completing the puppy/kitten course?
    Yes. They require annual vaccinations after completing the puppy/kitten course. Please go to our vaccination section (under Services) for more information.
    My dog's heartworm prevention is overdue, what do I need to do now?
    Heartworm is easy to prevent but hard and even dangerous to try and treat. So we recommend that all dogs are on heartworm prevention. If your dog is late for its heartworm prevention it will require a heartworm blood test. We run these tests in our hospital and can give you an answer quickly. Call us and we will advise you of the best approach for your dog.
    Do you offer puppy school classes?
    Puppy classes for pups 8-18 weeks old are held here at Hurlstone Park Veterinary Hospital through Doglogic.

    It is preferable that they do not come to class until at least one week after their first vaccination.

    Please contact Julie Adams or Trudi Thorpe at

    Should I get pet insurance for my pet?
    Pet insurance is recommended to offer peace of mind when pets get sick and need expensive treatment.

    We have information pamphlets on various companies who offer insurance. There are many different policies available. Please consider which pet insurance company and policy is best for you. You should confirm the details of the products directly with the company and carefully read their product disclosure statement.

    I have found a baby bird on the road, what should I do?
    If the bird is injured please bring it to your local vet.

    If the bird appears uninjured please leave it alone. Birds may appear orphaned but are actually learning to fly. Their parents almost always are nearby watching their babies.

    If you have doubts monitor it for a couple of hours. If it is still there then perhaps something has happened to the parents and you can pick it up and bring it to the vet clinic or contact WIRES (see our Useful Contacts on our Contacts page.)