Festive Season Hours

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Hall Veterinary Surgery will be have the following schedule over this Christmas/New Year festive season: Thu Dec 24 Early close 2pm for Christmas Eve Fri Dec 25 Closed Christmas Day Sat Dec 26 Closed Boxing Day Sun Dec 27 Closed Sunday Mon Dec 28 Closed Boxing Day Public Holiday Tue Dec 29 Open 8.30-6.30pm Wed Dec 30 Open 8.30-6.30pm Thu Dec 31 Early close 2pm for New Years Eve Fri Jan 1 Closed ...

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Our Spring newsletter is now available

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Our Spring newsletter is now available online. Spring 2015 Newsletter, Demodex, fleas, ticks and mites; cat safety; mast cell tumours; pet obesity. (700 kB) The printed version has been available for a while, and we still have plenty of copies, so why not pop in?  

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Catoberfest at Canberra Cat Vet

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You are invited to Catoberfest at Canberra Cat Vet, Hall Vet Surgery's sister clinic, on Friday 23rd October 5.30-7.30pm. Look behind the scenes at a veterinary practice. Check out Canberra's premier pet ambulance and a cat enclosure mock-up. Win lucky door prizes. Peruse cat-specific toys and products and chat with our vets and nurses about your ...

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New strain of Rabbit Calicivirus found in the ACT

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There have been two recent cases of a new strain of Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus - RHDV2 - reported in the ACT. The current vaccine available in Australia - Cylap - has partial protection against this strain. Recommendations from the ACT and NSW Chief Veterinary Officers are: vaccinate all rabbits in your household vaccinate breeding animals before the ...

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Our Winter newsletter is now available

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Our Winter newsletter is now available online. Winter 2015 Newsletter, Behaviour advice, harmful pet treats, Wildlife Care, Pain Relief, Million Paws, Staff News (1MB) If you'd prefer the printed version, why not pop in?

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Hall Vet Surgery will be closed on ANZAC Day

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Hall Veterinary Surgery will be closed on Saturday 25 April due to the ANZAC Day Public Holiday. We will be open on Monday 27 April.  

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Easter Trading Hours

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As usual, we are closed on Easter Friday, Sunday and Monday. We're trying something new with Easter Saturday this year... We will be running only a single vet (Dr Lesa) and nurse, and only from 8.30am to 12noon This will allow pets who have more urgent needs to come and see us on the Saturday morning, whilst allowing ...

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Happy Canberra Day!

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Happy Canberra Day on Monday 9th March. Hall Veterinary Surgery will be closed for the Public Holiday, and open again on Tuesday 10th. If your pet has an emergency on Sunday or Monday, please call the Animal Emergency Centre Canberra on 6280 6344.

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Position Vacant – Full-time vet

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Position: Full Time Experienced Veterinary Surgeon Would you like to live your life surrounded by people who are fun, friendly, supportive and vibrant? We need someone to contribute to this atmosphere in a workplace that has awesome nurses and receptionists. We have purpose built veterinary facilities with all the technology you could desire. If you love being immersed ...

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Our Summer 2015 Newsletter is now uploaded to our website.

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In this newsletter we discuss helping the anxious pet overcome phobias, there's a story about Jake after having his leg amputated due to bone cancer, there is information about preventing heat stroke, grass seeds, skin infections, our new ultrasound machine, injured wildlife, crate training and advice if you are thinking about pets as presents.  

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