Having a vet visit your home is a convenient and practical way to provide quality health care to your pet. In many instances, it is a less stressful exercise for both you and your pet.
Our housecall is a very popular service, with the housecall running from the Lockyer Valley, Somerset, Ipswich City and western Brisbane regions.
WHAT CAN A HOUSECALL VET DO?
Annual Health checks & Vaccinations as well as other injections such as heartworm & arthritis treatments.
We are able to process diagnostic samples via our In House Laboratory or through our external laboratory service.
Home Euthanasia Service
A dedicated and convenient service where you and your family can say goodbye to your pet in the privacy and comfort of your own home.
Dr. Kym Allen BVSc - UQ Graduate
Founded Snobby Pets Vet in 2016 primarily as a Housecall practice, it wasn't very long before the true limitations of a Housecall service was realised and I decided I really wanted to provide a more comprehensive, quality service to my established & budding client base. By 2018 I was offering surigcal procedures from a registered premises, and in 2019 purchased the more centrally located Bundamba unit which opened in December 2019. I genuinely feel very priveledged to service such a niche market and I am very humbled and grateful of the amazing client base we have and continue to gain. The Housecall Veterinary field is not every Vets cup of tea, but I would not have my life any other way.
My favourite animal is the horse, however I prefer to enjoy them, so I leave my horses Veterinary care to my amazing equine Vet and stick to small animals.
Nurse Caitlin started her time at Snobby Pets Vet in 2017 when the Rescue kitten program was starting to kick off. Caity is the crazy kid in the clinic, she keeps us all grounded when we are having those very trying days and we need a good laugh and a reminder to keep your chin up. There is definitely never a dull moment when Nurse Caity is around.
Maddy is our newest edition to the team, affectionately known as the "Golden Child - Pocket Rocket". Maddy has a degree in Accounting and is back at university this year to finish her pre-requisites so she can apply to study for Veterinary Science. Maddy is aiming for an OP of 1 to secure her position into Veterinary Science for the 2021 enrolment year. We have no doubt Maddy can achieve her goals. Maddy is pictured here with the second love of her life Scooter who was having a preventative dental procedure performed under general anaesthesia. Scooter is no newby to general anaesthsia procedures as he has a love for Macadamia nuts and gastrointestinal surgery.