Tuggerah Veterinary Clinic - Clinic Team

Our Vision

Tuggerah Veterinary Clinic began in 1999 with a simple goal: to deliver superior veterinary care to the pets of the Central Coast. We provide professional advice and personalised treatment plans in consultation with pet owners.

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About us

Located in Tuggerah on the Central Coast, we are a full-featured veterinary clinic that has been caring for animals since 1999. Our exceptional team of veterinarians and nurses deliver the highest quality care in fully equipped examination rooms, but it's our reputation for warm and compassionate service that makes us the go-to vet in Tuggerah.

We understand that taking your pet to the vet can sometimes be a bit of a stressful time, so whether your pet is visiting for a checkup, a vaccination or a long-term ailment, we'll make sure your four-legged friend is treated with compassion and that you feel confident to make the best healthcare decisions for your dog, cat, bird, rabbit, guinea pig, ferret, or other small pet.

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Trusted Breeding Services

Central Coast Breeders trust Tuggerah Veterinary Clinic to provide the very best service. From determining the optimum time to breed, enhancing the success of pregnancy, ultrasounds and assisting with complicated deliveries, to puppy and kitten care, we have you covered.

Helping Native Wildlife

We proudly assist with the preservation of the Central Coast’s native wildlife by providing emergency care to sick, injured or orphaned native animals. We work closely with WIRES who rehabilitate and release animals back to the wild.

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Monday to Friday – 8:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday – 8:30am to 12:00pm*
*Please note: we will be closed every second Saturday commencing 5th August, 2023

Sunday & Public Holidays – Closed

Please call during opening hours to make an appointment as this will help us to minimise your waiting time, and lessen any stress felt by your pet during their visit.

When visiting the clinic, please ensure your dog is restrained on a leash and all cats (and other pets) are in an appropriate carrier prior to entry. This is for the safety of patients, clients and staff.


Emergency cases are given priority during opening hours and will be attended immediately.

In the event of an emergency outside opening hours, please phone the Animal Emergency Centre Central Coast (AEC) on (02) 4323 3886.

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We proudly serve these areas and beyond