- Please ring!
1st October 2020
But don’t use Messenger! We are sorry to say that the Hospital does not have access to Facebook Messenger at the moment. This is thanks to the changes Facebook are making to all business pages, and sadly means that if you communicate with us on Messenger, we are not able to see your queries. Apologies if you have not received a reply to a previous message, we are doing all we can to get things up and running again. Meanwhile you can email us on email@example.com or phone Reception on 6360 3071. Thank you!
- Spring holiday!
29th September 2020
The Hospital will be closed on Monday 5th October for the Spring holiday! If you are an established client, then emergency help is available for your pet, even if we are closed. You will find the emergency phone number in your new client folder or on the MLVH fridge magnet. Enjoy your long weekend!
- OnLine booking now at Mulberry Lane!
17th August 2020
Its good to be able to tell you that you can now book appointments for your pet online. Our new booking system is available 24/7 and provides access to most appointment types, as well as the Special offer of the month! If you prefer, you can still phone in for an appointment or for advice – there will always be a friendly human to talk to from 8am til 6pm.
- Responsible pet ownership – a special offer for July!
July 6th 2020
Responsible pet owners make sure their pets are desexed, microchipped, vaccinated, wormed and have good nutrition. This very special offer for July only, will help! Ring 6360 3071 for more information and to make an appointment.
- Welcome back!
1st June 2020
Its good to let you know that from 1st June, humans are welcome to accompany their pets back inside Mulberry Lane Vet Hospital for appointments. Due to Covid19 protocols, we will still keep the front door locked and have to ask you to keep to one person per pet – don’t bring anyone else or children to the appointment. Please park at the front of the Hospital on Lords Place, phone reception to let us know you have arrived, and we will call you inside when its time to see the Vet. Please sanitise your hands on entering and remember to keep your distance, as we keep the team and each other safe! Thank you.