Located in Nowra Hills NSW, South Nowra Veterinary Hospital welcomes pets and pet parents from the Nowra region including Falls Creek and Comberton.
Established in 1994, South Nowra Vet Hopsital is a purpose built veterinary clinic that runs entirely on solar power. At South Nowra Vet Hospital, we are committed to providing the highest level of professional service and care for your pet. We recognise the significance of your pets and the place they hold in your family. Our animal health care teams will offer education, advice and care to ensure your pet has the longest, happiest and healthiest life possible. We treat cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, mice and birds. To learn more about us, we welcome you to book a hospital tour or bring your pet to meet our team at anytime.
Daniel studied at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga and worked in a network of clinics servicing Wagga, Junee and Cootamundra for two years after graduation. He worked predominantly with small animals but also saw a small number of large animals. Daniel is passionate about providing high quality care to his patients through preventative health, modern surgical techniques and best practice medicine which is affordable and tailored to suit the needs of each client. Daniel has completed additional training in reptiles, rabbits and rodents to better understand and treat pocket pets and exotic species. Daniel is constantly updating his knowledge with the latest treatment options in all areas to ensure he can provide the best care for your pets. Outside of work he enjoys going on trips with the family in their camping trailer, fishing, kayaking and horse riding. He looks forward to seeing you and your fury (or scaly) friends at the clinic!
Kai is originally from Armidale in Northern NSW. She grew up in an animal loving household with many horses, dogs and cats, and she has been an avid animal lover ever since. Kai initially worked with horses and as a Vet Nurse before realising her dream of becoming a Veterinarian. After gaining First Class Honors at the University of Queensland in 2016, Kai initially moved to the Blue Mountains and worked with small animals, exotics and wildlife. Kai is a big believer in prophylactic veterinary care and really thinks that the best medicine is prevention. Aside from this Kai's special interests are ophthalmology, small animal surgery and holistic veterinary care. She has recently moved to the Shoalhaven area and in her free time she loves hiking, skiing and taking any of her 4 dogs for a walk or run. She is also a keen equestrian rider and currently she has 2 warmblood horses and is pictured with her horse Gazzy.