Dr Alysha and Dr Kellie offer a wide array of veterinary services in the comfort of your home. You can learn more about the services we offer below.

General Health
Checks

Senior health checks and palliative care

Vaccinations and Microchipping

Euthanasia

Surgery

General Health Checks

Annual check-ups are a great way to ensure your pet is healthy and to instigate preventative or diagnostic health care strategies. Check-ups include a comprehensive physical examination as well as any basic maintenance your pet may require such as nail trims or anal gland expression. Consultations are at least 30 minutes long.

  • Consultation fee $155

  • Additional pets within the same household are $85

  • Consultation fee includes travel within Zone A.

    Zones B and C have an additional travel cost. Learn more.

Vaccinations and Microchipping

Vaccinations are given alongside a consultation and general health check.

For dogs, we provide C3 vaccination which protects against the core viruses (parvovirus, canine hepatitis and distemper) along with a kennel cough vaccine (parainfluenza and bordetella) to make up a C5 vaccination.

For our feline friends, an annual F3 vaccine covers them for feline panleukopenia, herpes virus and calicivirus (the last two are involved in the disease complex “cat flu”).

  • Vaccinations and general health check are $195

  • Additional pet vaccinations within the same household are $125

  • Consultation fee includes travel within Zone A.

    Zones B and C have an additional travel cost. Learn more.

Senior health checks and palliative care

Keeping our older pets comfortable and improving their golden years of life is a passion of ours. Dr Alysha is a certified Animal Hospice and Palliative Care veterinarian having undertaken additional training in this area.

Whether you’ve noticed your senior pet “slowing down”, struggling with their mobility or suffering from cognitive decline we can help with diagnosis and formulation of a care plan that’s tailored to you and your senior pet’s needs.

We can also help with in-home palliative care plans and discussion and support around decision making for end of life care.

  • Senior health check is a 75 minute consult and includes an individual medication plan and one follow up phone consult $230

  • Consultation fee includes travel within Zone A.

    Zones B and C have an additional travel cost. Learn more.

Surgery

We do not perform surgery in the home but have partnered with several clinics around Hobart so that if your pet requires a surgical procedure, we can organise referral to ensure they get surgical care.

Euthanasia

Deciding to say goodbye to your pet and relieve them of their suffering is one of the hardest decisions you can make as a pet owner. Going through this difficult time in the comfort, privacy and familiarity of your own home, means a less stressful experience both for you and your beloved pet in their final moments.

Whether you would like your furry friend buried at home, privately cremated or communally cremated we can help with these options.

Visit our page on “Euthanasia and End of Life Care” where we answer many of the common questions we get asked on this topic. If you have further questions, would like additional support or guidance around the decision-making process, or to discuss palliative care options, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Please be aware that we can have wait times of up to a week so please, where possible, plan ahead, especially for euthanasia’s. Whilst we do our best, on the day appointments are very difficult to accommodate.

  • In- home Euthanasia $290

  • Communal Cremation $80- $290 (depending on weight)

  • Individual Cremation

    • Small (1-10kg) $270
    • Medium (10-24kg) $340
    • Large (25-44kg) $410
    • Extra Large (45-70kg) $530

“Perhaps it is because cats do not live by human patterns, do not fit themselves into prescribed behavior, that they are so united to creative people.”

Lenora Christensen, Veterinary Nurse

“Perhaps it is because cats do not live by human patterns, do not fit themselves into prescribed behavior, that they are so united to creative people.”

Lenora Christensen, Veterinary Nurse

“Perhaps it is because cats do not live by human patterns, do not fit themselves into prescribed behavior, that they are so united to creative people.”

Lenora Christensen, Veterinary Nurse

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