Our Veterinary Care Services

Consultations by Appointment 6 days a week
Out of Hours service available.
Call (03) 6326 4900.

Health Checks

Weekday Consult $95
Saturday Consult $119
Second Opinion $155

Nail Clipping
By one of our Vets or Experienced Nurses

Dog or Cat Nail Trim w/vet – $55
Dog Nail Trim w/ nurse – $20
Cat Nail Trim w/ nurse – $15

Vaccinations and Microchipping

Cat Vaccinations
F3 – $99
F3 + FIV – $119
(If getting  F3 +FIV vaccination your cat will need 2 more FIV boosters 2 weeks apart)

Dog Vaccinations
C3 – $94
C5 – $105

Rabbit Vaccinations
Filavac – $95

Ferret Vaccinations
C3 – $94

Microchip – $44
Now required for both Dogs and Cats in Tasmania

Castration & Spay

Spay $295
Castration $189

Dog Castration
Under 10kg – $380
10-20kg – $420
21-30kg – $460
31-40kg – $500
41-50kg – $540
51-60kg – $580
61-70kg – $620

Dog Spay
Under 10kg – $490
10-20kg – $530
21-30kg – $570
31-40kg – $610
41-50kg – $660
51-60kg – $710
61-70kg – $760
In season add $55
Pregnant $90 +

Rabbit / Guinea Pig / Ferrett / Rat
Spay – $295
Castration – $245

Exporting Pets Overseas

Moving overseas can be a stressful and emotional time

At Mowbray Veterinary Clinic we can assist in certifying your pets as fit to fly and can ensure your pets have all the necessary vaccinations, treatments, blood tests and certificates to enable travel.

Helpful Checklist

We have created a checklist to help make the process easier and ensure that your pet makes it to their new country when you do.

We are currently hiring vets and vet nurses

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Contact Us

(03) 6326 4900

Mowbray clinic at 9 Pleasant Street, Launceston, Tasmania 7248.