02 4474 2532
02 4474 4186

86-88 Queen St
Moruya, NSW 2537

Emergency 24 Hours
Call our mobile after hours to reach our on-call vet.

A/H Mobile:

0408 429 681


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8.00am - 6 pm
9.00am - 12noon
9.00am - 11.00am
(by appointment)
24 hours


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Welcome to Moruya Veterinary Hospital


Moruya Veterinary Hospital is a mixed rural practice that operates a modern facility with up-to-date veterinary care. The modern architecturally designed state of the art veterinary facility is dedicated to serving the needs of the owners and animals of Moruya, the Eurobodalla Shire and South Coast NSW. The Hospital has provided veterinary care to domestic pets, production farm animals, and horses for 40 years.

Our service is available 24/7 with a veterinarian on call 365 days of the year. Our animal hospital offers both routine and emergency services in the clinic or on property. We also stock a great range of high quality pet food, drenches and pet accessories.

Reminder to all clients

If a visit to the vet is needed please phone 4474 2532 for a suitable appointment time. We try our best to be available when appointments have been made, however emergency treatments will take preference.

Clients coming into the hospital with cats are required for safety reasons to have their cat securely contained within a cage or similar device. Also, all dogs must be on a leash and under control by an adult. If possible, take your dog for a short walk before entering the waiting room to avoid those embarrassing moments which require the use of a mop.

We also ask that leads and unnecessary accessories and blankets are not left with animals that are admitted to the hospital. We have quite a large lost property box full of items that have not gone home with patients.

Latest News and Events

What's happening at Moruya Veterinary Hospital

Attention - Rabbit owners

Rabbit Haemorrhagic disease

virus 1 K5 release

Rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus (RHDV) 1 K5 will be released nationally in the first week of March 2017.  This virus is being released as a biocontrol measure to manage wild European rabbits.   RHDV1 K5 is not a new virus, it is a Korean variant of the existing virus already widespread in Australia that was released in 1996.  RHDV1s, including RHDV1 K5 are strongly species specific viruses, affecting only lagomorphs, and in particular the European rabbit.  They are not known to cause disease in any other Australian animal species.

A study completed by the NSW Department of Primary Industries showed that the currently available vaccine is effective against RHDV1 K5.

It is recommended all healthy domestic rabbits are vaccinated against RHVD1.

The Australian Veterinary Association recommends that rabbits are vaccinated against RHDV1 as follows:

* Kittens: 4, 8, 12 weeks of age, then 6 monthly for life

*  Adults: 2 vaccinations 1 month apart, then 6 monthly for life.

Biosecurity Measures

- Prevent direct and indirect contact between domestic and wild rabbits.

- Avoid cutting grass and feeding it to rabbits if there is the risk of contamination from wild rabbits.

- Wash hands, with warm soapy water between handling rabbits.

- Good insect control is also important and will help reduce the risks of introduction of both RHDV and myxomatosis.  Insect control could include insect proofing the hutch or keeping the rabbits indoors.

- Infected rabbits should be isolated and disposed of in a manner that will minimise environmental contamination.

- All cages and equipment should be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected.  Disinfectants that can be used to decontaminate  any equipment include 10% bleach, 10% sodium hydroxide, or parvocide disinfectants . 

Clinical signs of RHDV1 K5

In most adults rabbits the disease progresses rapidly from fever and lethargy to sudden death within 48-72 hours of infection.  The incubation period for the RHDV is between one to three days.  Most rabbits will show nosigns of external symptoms of RHD.

The disease causes acute liver damage with resultant blood clotting abnormalities.  Death occurs due to obstruction of blood supply in vital orangs and/or internal haemorrhages.  RHD has a mortality rate of 70 to 90% in susceptible rabbits


School's in

 Denise and Karen have years of experience and a wealth of knowledge to share with pup's family and coupled with the socialisation the pup receives from other pups and their owners these classes are a great start to your pup becoming a happy well-behaved family member.  We have a new puppy preschool class starting approximately every four weeks numbers permitting.

Call the clinic on 02 4474 2532 to organise a position in the class.

Classes are at 5:45pm on Tuesday Evenings, with Vet Nurse Denise Thomas or Dog Trainer Karen Gould

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        Summer is in full swing and so are the ticks, a little rain followed by warm humid days is the perfect weather  for ticks.


 There are some really good products for tick prevention on the market now, so pop on in and we can help you to get the right product for your pet.

Moruya Vet Hospital is now open on Sundays

We are now open on Sundays!

We are open for consults on Sundays between 9am - 11am.   Consults are by appointment only.

Call the clinic  during the week to organise an appointment or call the vet on call on  0408 429 681.

Tuross Head Veterinary Centre

The Tuross Head Veterinary Centre has been welcoming new clients all the time. If you are from Tuross and have not seen the premises come on down and visit Tuesday and Thursday between 9am and 3pm.

Case of the Month

Check out the case of the month - this month it is a lovely Border Collie with a foreign body obstruction!

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Watch our TV ad!

We have a television ad on channel WIN (press Play on the video above). Look out for these local faces:

  • Claude and Delilah
  • Gordon and Bronson
  • Louie the french bulldog from Tilba
  • Cletus and his cattle
  • Gracie Geard one of the clinic dogs
  • Mogo Zoo locals
  • Farren and her trusty steed
  • Janelle's foal
  • and NEW Tuross locals - Stacey and her pack of labradors!


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