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The health and wellbeing of our clients, their pets, our staff and the community is always our top priority.  Please help us by:

  1. Refraining from visiting if you have cold / flu-like symptoms, travelled or been in contact with COVID-19.  Rather call us to see how we can still help you.
  2. Waiting in car when you arrive and calling Reception to advise us of your arrival.
  3. Using hand-sanitiser upon entry and exit of Clinic Reception.
  4. Maintaining social distancing of 1.5m between staff and other clients.
  5. Limiting family members visiting our Clinic with you, where possible.
13 Euphemia St, Jimboomba QLD 4280

Mon – Fri:  8:00am – 6:30pm
Sat: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Sun: 9:00am – 4:00pm

Jimboomba Veterinary Surgery

We value our Clients – Human, Furry and Feathery.  At Jimboomba Veterinary Surgery, our team of Veterinary professionals understand how much you love your pet and have worked hard to keep animals safe and healthy since 2000. We provide quality health care in a warm and friendly environment. At Jimboomba Veterinary Surgery, we adhere to the highest standards for all of the services we provide. Our goal is to make sure your pet is healthy and happy.

Essential Animal Care Services

Health Checks

Pets can age five to eight times faster than humans, so for them time really flies and things can change rapidly.  This also means that any major health changes can occur in a short amount of time.

Annual health checks can help your Veterinarian pick up on any medical problems early and diagnose, treat or even prevent problems before they become life-threatening.


There are many diseases that are fatal to dogs and cats, but thankfully we have the ability to prevent many of these with regular vaccination. In order to be effective, these vaccines must be given as a series of booster injections at the puppy or kitten stage, with annual injections thereafter for life.

Heartworm Prevention

Heartworm disease is more common than is realised by pet owners. Just one bite from an infected mosquito can cause heartworm infection in your dog. Although the incidence of heartworm infection in cats is less frequent than in dogs, only small numbers of heartworms are required to cause severe disease or death in cats.

Intestinal Worming

All kittens and puppies can be infected with intestinal worms before they are born (i.e. when they are in the womb) and through their mother’s milk. Once they are older, they can then become infected from worms in the environment.

Flea Control

In our warm, humid climate fleas can cause irritation and allergies to your pet’s skin and predispose them to bacterial dermatitis, as well as being the common carrier of tapeworm. The Jimboomba Vet Hospital staff can create a flea control program that will work safely and effectively for your pet and that will not rely on strong pesticides in your home.

Tick Prevention

Paralysis ticks are ectoparasites that attach themselves to a host (i.e. your pet) and feed on the host’s blood. As they feed, they inject a neurotoxin into the animal’s bloodstream that causes progressive paralysis and death in most cases, if left untreated.


Having your pet go missing, stray from home or be stolen is devastating. Unfortunately, very few lost or stolen pets are reunited with their rightful owners. This is typically because the owners cannot be located or contacted. By having your pet microchipped at an early age, you can greatly increase the chances of them being returned to you safely and quickly.


Both male and female puppies and kittens begin their reproductive cycles at a young age, and for this reason they can be desexed from the age of 4 months. There are several medical, behavioural and monetary advantages to having your dog desexed.

Quality Expert Care

Fully Equipped Hospital for Surgical Procedures 

Visiting Orthopaedic Specialist

Digital Radiology & Ultrasonography

Dairy Herd Health and Beef Consultancy Services

In-house Blood & Lab Testing

Ultrasonic Teeth Scaling & Polishing

Specialist Referrals

 Wildlife Assessment & Emergency Care

Weight Management Programs

Grooming & Hydrobathing

Our Veterinarians

Dr Paul McMahon

BVSc (Hons)

Dr Ian Gallagher



Dr Kara Holt

BVSc (Hons)

Dr Peter Ko

BVSc (Hons)

Dr Sheridan Luiz

BVSc (Hons)

Dr Elaine Lin

BVSc (Hons)

Dr Sarisha Ramasar

BVSc (Hons)

Our Vet Nurses

Fiona Valintine

Certified Vet Nurse

Gabbie Wilson

Vet Nurse

Codi Roberts


Mandy Tapp

Certified Vet Nurse

Tegan Mulcahy

Registered Vet Nurse

Christina Bulloch

Vet Nurse

Claire Stewart

Certified Vet Nurse

Jasmine Cornish

Vet Nurse

Brittany Hopkins

Certified Vet Nurse

Joanne Wearing

Certified Vet Nurse

Paige Valintine

Vet Nurse

Jesse Bray

Registered Vet Tech


13 Euphemia St, Jimboomba QLD 4280

Mon – Fri:  8:00am – 6:30pm
Sat: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Sun: 9:00am – 4:00pm

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