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Wynnum Manly Veterinary Hospital

Wynnum Manly Veterinary Hospital

What you can expect from Wynnum Manly Veterinary Hospital

Visiting the vet can be an anxious time for both our furry patients and their owners.

We want to provide you with as much information as we can to put you at ease and make your visit as stress-free as possible. Here you will find information on what to do if and when you do need to visit us at Wynnum Manly Vet Hospital.

Great vets and wonderful vet nurses. You all take such good care of my dogs and their owner!

Wynnum Manly Veterinary Hospital

Visiting our veterinary clinic

The best way to see one of our vets is to book an appointment. This cuts down on your wait time and allows our vets to perform a full examination and treatment of your pet. Appointments can be made for a specific vet (especially for follow-up appointments) or on a next available basis.


Visits for your pet in the hospital can be scheduled for times when it will be beneficial to your furry companion. This will be specific to each patient, so please consult the veterinarian in charge of your pet’s case before arranging a visit.

How to bring in your pet

Please have all dogs on a lead and cats secure in a box or basket when visiting the hospital. If you are in need of a lead or carrier, they can be purchased or borrowed from reception. This is for the safety of all pets on premises.

Home visits

If you are unable to visit the hospital itself, a home visit can be arranged. A fee may be charged to cover travel time and expenses.

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07 3396 6488

Great vets and wonderful vet nurses. You all take such good care of my dogs and their owner!

Wynnum Manly Veterinary Hospital

We are here when you need us


We understand that urgent matters do not run to schedule. As such, emergency services are available anytime during business hours. Should you need service out-of-hours, we refer our patients to the Animal Emergency Service on the corner of Lexington and Logan Roads in Underwood.


Non-emergency surgery (for example elective surgery) can be scheduled Monday through Friday. Appointments can be booked several days in advance over the phone.

Your pet is discharged once we are satisfied that sedation or anaesthesia has worn off. This may mean your pet stays the night in one of our comfy kennel beds. Unlike elective surgery, emergency surgeries can be handled during any business hours (including weekends).

General Surgery



Orthopaedic Surgery

Intensive Care


Dental Care


Pathology Tests



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For health questions, enquiries or to set up a consultation for your pet call Wynnum Manly Veterinary Hospital

07 3396 6488

Wynnum Manly Veterinary Hospital

Our service fees and payment

Service fees

Payment is required either at the time of consultation or at discharge from the hospital. An estimate of expenses for procedures and services should be obtained when your pet is admitted. For certain procedures, a deposit may be required at this time.

Making payments

We understand that cost is a major factor in treatment and we do all we can to keep these costs to a minimum. Cash, cheques, bankcard, VISA, MasterCard, and American Express are all acceptable methods of payments. Discounts are also available for pensioners.

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232 Bay Terrace
Wynnum QLD 4178
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07 3396 6488

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