Community Care

Winston Churchill once famously said-

“You make a living by what you get but you make a life by what you give.”

This is a principle which we aspire to at Wilston Vet. We believe in supporting the local community that supports us, as well as supporting those communities further abroad who are less fortunate than ourselves. As a small business we aim to be profitable not only to provide our staff and their families with income, but also to use our profits to help other people and animals. Our clients are thereby supporting the wider community through our philanthropic efforts, whether they know it or not. (see below)

Bush Fire Appeal 2020

Bush Fire Appeal 2020

Thank you to everyone who donated generously to support rehabilitation efforts for wildlife affected by the recent bushfires.

We are happy to report that $442.40 was raised by our recent bushfire relief fundraiser – as Wilston Vet will match this dollar-for-dollar, the total amount raised is $884.80.

These funds will go directly to NSW WIRES (Wildlife Information Rescue and Education Services) to provide immediate assistance to cover the costs associated with the rescue and care of animals affected by the devastating fires.

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RSPCA Cupcake Day 2019

RSPCA Cupcake Day 2019

Well Millie is very happy with her RSPCA Cupcake as are we. Thanks to everyone who came in and donated and ate some cupcakes with us! Thanks also to those who donated on line and a big thank-you to our Wilston Vet chefs. We managed to raise a total of $500 for the RSPCA with our cupcake day. A special thank-you to Dr Karen who was the baker who baked all the pet friendly cupcakes! Millie will agree that they were sensational! Look out for next Cupcake Day in August 2020

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Pet Pep

Pet Pep- (Pets and People Education Program) is a voluntary teaching program initiated by the Australian Veterinary Association.  It involves veterinarians and teachers working together to teach primary school students about responsible pet ownership and to enhance their overall understanding of animals.

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Help us keep everyone safe from COVID-19.

Please do not visit if you have:
  • Fever or symptoms of respiratory infection (cough, sore throat, shortness of breath)
  • Returned from overseas in the last 14 days
  • Been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the last 14 days
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