Aboriginal Community Veterinary Services

Veterinary services for Aboriginal Communities throughout Australia

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Australia’s leading provider of Veterinary Services to Remote Indigenous Communities throughout Australia. Our staff, based in both Katherine and Alice Springs, visit aboriginal communities throughout Northern Australia ranging from the islands off the tip of Arnhem Land to deep in the heart of Central Australia to the Kimberleys.


  • Surgeries including castrations, speys and minor operations of dogs, cats and pigs.
  • Medications and supplies available for small animals and horses.
  • Tick Injections and Mange Injections, and flea & tick spraying.
  • Euthanasias on request for injured, ill and unwanted animals.
  • Worming of dogs, cats, pigs, horses and donkeys.
  • Vaccinations for puppies for diseases such as parvovirus.
  • Heat Delaying/Libido Reducing (Contraceptive) injections.
  • Available – one year sterilisation injections for male dogs (available on request).
  • Talks to Schools & Community Groups on issues such as animal care, worming and training.
  • Detailed Visit Reports that cover treatments, give detailed population statistics, and identify any emerging issues.
  • Detailed Summary Regional Reports for councils with multiple communities. The reports compare communities, identify issues, and allow better planning for future programs.
  • Now Available – One to Two day workshops on communities specially tailored to your community covering issues of dog health, impacts on human health, dog programs and health and safety. Free handbooks available with workshops.
  • Consultations, Heartworm Tests, and Products available for all animals on request.