• Puppy
    Pre-School 

    Next classes starting Saturday the 4th of June at 1.00pm (8-14 weeks Level 1), Saturday the 4th of June at 2.00pm (14-18 weeks Level 2) and Thursday the 23rd of June at 6.30pm (8-14 weeks Level 1).

  • Gold Standard
    Care

    We’ve been caring for Floreat’s four-legged community since 1988. With our newly renovated hospital, we combine experience, community values and state-of-the-art facilities to provide the absolute gold standard in Veterinary medicine.

  • Introducing
    GapOnly

    GapOnly™ reviews and calculates your pet insurance claim while you’re still at the vet. You simply pay the gap (the difference between the vet’s invoice and the claim benefit under your policy) and go.

  • Online Booking
    Now available!

    Book your next appointment through our online booking system, easy and quick

  • Safe & Secure
    Paperless and convenient!

    Digital Vaccination Records, locked to your animal's microchip.

Our Services

COMPASSIONATE AND HIGH QUALITY CARE


Consultations

We work together with you to discuss, diagnose and manage all manner of conditions, with a focus on preventative health.

Vaccinations

At the core of our preventative health philosophy, vaccination helps our pets live longer, healthier lives than ever before.

Puppies

The first months of life are critical for a puppy’s social, physical and immunological development. At The Floreat Vet, we want to give your new puppy the best start possible!

Laboratory Services

Our full suite of in-house laboratory equipment delivers comprehensive haematology, chemistry and electrolyte results, in real time.

Surgery

Our newly renovated clinic features an entirely modernised suite of surgical and anaesthetic equipment.

Dentistry

Our Animals can’t tell us, and it often won’t stop them from eating, but poor dental health can greatly affect your cat or dog.

Pet Products

Wherever possible, we use local suppliers and services, and we’re proud to partner with Western Australian companies like Delicate Care, Mog & Bone and Passing Paws.

Insurance

As a pet parent, when your fur baby gets sick or injured, the last thing you want to be worrying about is whether you can afford treatments.

  • Get To Know
    Our Team

    We have a team of qualified and passionate Veterinary Doctors and Nurses eager to assist you and your pet with a smile.

Our Packages

AFFORDABLE, BUNDLED, ESSENTIAL CARE


Puppy Pre-School

Our puppy class provides the ideal environment for your new puppy to learn the social skills needed to grow into a beautiful dog, in a safe and clean environment.

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What Our Clients Say

Our Testimonials

Our Practice

Professional and Compassionate


We’ve been caring for Floreat’s four-legged community since 1988. With our newly renovated hospital, we combine experience, community values and state-of-the-art facilities to provide the absolute gold standard in Veterinary medicine.

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With the heat waves hitting Perth early, take a minute to read some tips on how to keep your dog happy and safe this Summer: 1. Dogs don’t sweat! The main way they eliminate heat from the body is through panting. They’re susceptible to heat stroke, a potentially fatal condition. Keep your dog in a nice cool environment with access to lots of shade, shelter and drinking water throughout the Summer-season. Some dogs even enjoy having a shallow paddle pool to play in. 2. Take note: Bulldog breeds have narrow airways and so are even more so susceptible to the heat stroke and dangerous upper airway swelling and obstruction. It is essential to keep these dogs in air conditioning throughout the summer. 3. Moderate their activity: Consider a short early morning or evening stroll instead of any vigorous exercise in the heat of the day. As a guide; avoid walking Bulldog breeds when the temperature is above 22 degrees and other breeds above 25 degrees. 4. Check the pavement with your hand before you take your dog for a walk as their little pads can get burn wounds! If it’s too hot for your skin it is too hot for them! 5. Dogs die in hot cars! it’s a message we’ve all heard but sadly each Summer we hear of cases. Never leave your pets in a car or even tied up in the sun unattended. According to RSPCA WA; even on a mild 22 degree day, the interior of a car can rise to dangerous temperatures of over 47 degrees within minutes. #vetsofinstagram #heatwave #dogsofinstagram #hotdog #hotdogsummer #heatstroke #safe
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