• Vet Clinic Hope Valley

    When your furry friend is unwell, you sure do notice it. Your dog normally runs down the hallway to greet you after you’ve been out all day, but he (or she) hasn’t done that for a few days. If you’ve noticed a change in their behaviour, bring your dog (or any other pet you have) in to see us, Holden Hill Vet Clinic. Fran, our vet surgeon has over 24 years experience, and Kristian has 20 years. So, you know you’re going to get a high-quality veterinary practice.

    Come and say hi to us at 728 North East Road or call 8261 9948.

    If you’re a Hope Valley 5090 resident, then our Holden Hill Vet is your local veterinarian.

    Just five minutes down the road from Hope Valley, you don’t have to drive far to see us. 

  • Your local veterinary clinic

    We’ve got some great complimentary and discounted services at the moment. Designed to make sure your animal is as healthy as can be, we’re offering a complimentary health check/urinalysis and half price wellness blood test to all pets over eight years of age. Detecting and treating disease and maintaining optimal health, especially in elderly pets is critical. August is also veterinary dental month, so we’re offering free dental checks on dogs, cats and rabbits. Get in touch with us today. 

  • About Holden Hill Vet Clinic

    For 15 years, South Australians living in Hope Valley and its surrounding suburbs have used us as their local vet. With our combined four decades of experience and personalised, family-owned service, we’ll continue serving South Australian pets.

    We offer a complete range of treatments including routine check-ups, surgeries and specialist services. They include:

    • Vaccinations
    • Desexing
    • Microchipping
    • Pet dentistry
    • Grooming
    • Soft tissue and bone surgery
    • Minor and major surgery
    • Lump and tumour removals
    • Radiology
    • Behavioural consulting
    • Skin and dermatology
    • Small animal medicine
    • Stem cell therapy.

    Talk to us about our emergency and critical care services for dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, chickens and roosters, and exotics, in a state-of-the-art facility.  

  • Microchip your pet

    If you ever lose your dog and he (or she) has been microchipped, all the council need to do is scan the chip to bring up your details. The chip is tiny and we implant it in the scruff of your dog’s neck. It doesn’t cause any pain, so you don’t need to be concerned about that. Chat to us today about our microchip service.