Your Local Bonnet Bay Vets

Our dedicated team of veterinary surgeons and support staff are proud to serve a large range of pets of all shapes and sizes in Bonnet Bay. Whether you and your pet are visiting for simple routine vaccinations or emergency services, you can trust that our team will treat your fur-baby with the utmost care. We care about your pets even after their review, and are always here to help to ensure proper lifelong care.

Our extensive range of services extend to include everything your pet will need, and to us – animal care isn’t just a business. We understand that pain and sickness doesn’t always stick to a schedule, which is why, in the case of emergency, we will try and fit you in for our services as quickly as possible. Alternatively, we have close relationships with a range of emergency animal hospitals who will provide services around the clock.

We’re in the business of providing long and happy lives to your pet – get in touch today to connect with our team.

Looking after your special family member in Bonnet Bay NSW

Our veterinarian practice is open seven days a week and our veterinarians and nurses are happy to provide the best pet care including veterinary surgery, vaccinations, desexing and dentistry. We operate out of two clinics located in the Sutherland Shire at Sutherland and Como. Our animal hospitals in Sutherland Shire and Como are within easy driving distance for our clients in Bonnet Bay, so your pet doesn’t have to be in discomfort or need to wait to receive care. We treat both large and small animals, from dogs and cats to birds and lizards, plus everything in between.

For all bookings and general enquiries contact us today.

Our Services

Blood Testing

Consultations

Dentistry

Cryotherapy

Desexing and Microchipping

Dentistry

Pet Weight Loss Programs

Puppy Preschool

Surgery

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are vets necessary for your pet's health?

You never want to leave a visit too late, making an emergency out of something that is preventable. Regular check ups for your animal are essential to ensure a long, healthy, happy and comfortable life. Routine items such as vaccinations or breed specific check ups will give a great snap shot for the quality of life and health condition of your animal, giving you priceless peace of mind.

How frequently should you take your family pet to the vet?

Annual health checks are the best course of action to allow your local vet to check on any underlying health conditions and prevent problems before they become an emergency. There are certain health quirks and warning signs that only a qualified and experienced vet can read, which is why these check ups can be so important.

Do I need to make an appointment to see a vet or can I just turn up?

Unless it is an emergency, our practices are by appointment only. If your pet is in danger, extreme pain or has become incredibly ill, we will always try to squeeze them in or refer them to one of our partnering emergency hospitals.

Do vets do home visits?

Many of them do. Our handy location means that it is easy to get to us from many suburbs in New South Wales. By visiting our practice in person, we will have all of the right tools, treatments and products on site to give your pet the best care possible.

Consultation Hours & Locations

Sutherland Shire Veterinary Clinic

37 East Parade
Sutherland NSW 2232

Consultations:

Monday-Friday: 9.00 am – 7.00 pm
Saturday: 9.00 am – 12.00 pm
Sunday: 10.30 am – 2.30 pm

Como Veterinary Clinic

62 Wolger Street
Como NSW 2226

Consultations:

Monday-Friday: 9.00 am – 11.30 pm
and 3.00 pm – 7.00 pm
Saturday: 2.00 pm – 3.00 pm
Sunday: Closed

The Team

Dr Darren Cibilic
(BVSc, MVS)
Practice Principal
Dr Abigail Law
(BVSc)

Customer Feedback

“It is difficult to express the depth of our thanks for the world of compassion, knowledge and so much more that is indefinable that you have shown Jess over the years. You are a man who obviously loves his job …”

– Mark and Marianne R.