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working for animals in our community and our environment


Alstonville Veterinary Hospital offers the highest standard of medical and surgical care for small animals, pets and wildlife in Alstonville, Ballina, Lismore, Wollongbar and the Northern Rivers.

Our veterinary hospital has been operating since 1985. We are a dedicated team of vets and veterinary nurses, who are passionate animal lovers. Local knowledge makes a difference! The human-companion animal bond is something we respect and value deeply and whether your companion has fur, feathers, scales or spines, our team will strive to offer the best of veterinary care. We are also proud of our wonderful natural environment and please to offer pro bono care for sick and injured wildlife. Over many years we have treated hundreds of different species: from stranded whales to tiny feather-tailed gliders and a very long list of species in-between.

Our veterinary surgeons can quickly and accurately diagnose your pets and animals' health concerns, with onsite digital radiology and pathology facilities. We also have a fully equipped surgery where we perform sedation, general anaesthesia for elective and emergency surgical procedures.
Vet services we offer include:
Animal surgery
Tick treatment
Bathing & Grooming
Preventive medicine and health checks
Prescription medication
Diet & nutrition
Pet foods and prescription diets
Pet accessories
Book an appointment now on 02 6628 5262 for general, medical or surgical vet services. We provide care for all residential and commercial requirements.

Our hospital is equipped for all types of medical and surgical procedures, as well as general pet and animal care.

We offer surgical treatment for everything from desexing and caesareans to tumour and lump removals.

Our vets will ensure animals are sedated safely and effectively before surgical treatment is administered.

We offer radiology, digital x-ray and pathology services onsite, for faster diagnosis of your pets' health concerns.

Our veterinary hospital has a particular interest in dental checks and care, to avoid oral problems such as dental disease.

We provide pro bono medical, surgical and emergency care for local wildlife in the Northern Rivers.