Leading Mittagong Vet Hospital & Clinic

109 Main Street Mittagong 2575 P:4872 2028

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E. vets@mittagongvet.com.au
P. 02 4872 2028
Monday to Friday: 8.30am - 5.30pm
Saturday 9am - 12 noon
Sunday: Closed
109 Main Street,
Mittagong NSW 2575


Welcome to Mittagong Vet Hospital and Clinic!

Our country practice - Hospital and Clinic (Location), has run continuously since 1976. We look after the pets and wildlife of Mittagong and the Southern Highlands. As a Veterinarian of over 40 years, Dr Keith (McKellar Stewart) and experienced team, understand the special place pets hold in people’s lives. That's why at our small animal hospital and clinic, our staff always endeavour to provide the very best health and clinical care for your companion pets (See our services Pages drop down Menu).

We look forward to meeting you and your pets at Mittagong Vet Hospital soon!

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Why choose Mittagong Veterinary Hospital?

As a 'country town' type of business, that has been providing excellent care for pets since 1976, you can count on Dr Keith and our team to treat you and your pet like family. We provide great 'country town' personalised service. (We are not part of a huge corporate practice with lots of staff changes.)  We are known for our excellent care, friendly team and affordable prices. Visit Mittagong Vet Hospital for expert service and a positive experience.

What services do you offer?

From emergency procedures to regular health checks, nail clipping and everything in between, we can take care of your pet’s every need. For a full list of our services, hover over our services drop-down menu at the top of the page. We are also more than happy to provide expert advice regarding any issues your pet may be having, from behavioural problems to best feeding practices. Visit us in person or call us on 02 4872 2028 today.

What are your clinic and hospital hours?

We are open Monday to Friday, 8:30AM to 5:30PM and Saturday 9:00AM to 12:00PM.  Consultations are by appointment. Book online here or phone to make a booking. We are closed on Sunday.

Where is your veterinary clinic located?

Right in the heart of Mittagong, located at 109 Main Street, our clinic and veterinary hospital is easily accessible to anyone in the Southern Highlands. If you’re coming by car, you’ll easily find a parking spot in our reserved area at the rear of our veterinary hospital.

Do you offer after-hours emergency care?

Yes, we do. For after-hours emergencies, you can get in touch with us on 02 4872 2028 and follow our simple directives. Please note that after-hour fees will apply and are payable at your consultation.

Do you perform surgeries?

Yes, we perform a complete range of surgeries at Mittagong Vet Hospital and clinic. Dr Keith has a fully equipped surgical suite at his disposal where procedures such as desexing, exploratory laparotomies, caesareans, wound stitch-ups and many other soft tissue and orthopaedic procedures are performed. If your pet has a problem that requires specialised expertise, we can refer you to a specialist that we trust and have full confidence will provide the best care to your pet. Dr Neil Hannan as a fully qualified expert surgeon can provide his services here at the Mittagong Veterinary Hospital, or we have a select group of specialists we can advise you to use.

Can I get my pet desexed at Mittagong Vet clinic?

Absolutely. Neutering is the most common surgery we perform at Mittagong Vet Hospital clinic. Desexing your pet offers many advantages and is normally done between their 4 and 6 months of age. Drop-in or call us on 02 4872 2028 to discuss your options — we are always happy to provide expert advice that applies to your situation.

Do you board animals at your clinic?

We do not offer boarding during holidays or extended leave. We are, however, very well-equipped to take care of your pet overnight or over a few days when necessary for their care.

Covid Protocols:


When you arrive for your appointment please phone us on 02 4872 2028, so we can let you into the waiting room or advise you to wait in the car till there is room in the waiting room. PLEASE DO NOT JUST WALK INTO THE BUILDING, IN FACT YOU MIGHT FIND IT LOCKED. There have to be restrictions still to keep everyone safe, and we kindly ask the following:

  • Consultations are by appointment ONLY.  
  • Upon arrival at our carpark please telephone us, so we may advise you when to enter our hospital. All QR code rule or contact tracing forms MUST be adhered to.
  • Face masks are mandatory. We will not accept entry without you wearing a face mask.
  • Firstly of course, do not enter the building if you are at all unwell or showing any flu-like symptoms.
  • Only one owner and one animal into the waiting room/building (max of 2 owners and animals at any one time). You may notice that the waiting room looks empty, but we have to enforce this rule so that when people exit the consult room there are not too many people in an enclosed space
  • Please use the hand sanitiser provided on entry into the waiting room.
  • The vet will come out and first speak to you in the waiting room to get as much information as possible before entering the consult room together – the aim is to minimise close contact time in a small enclosed space.
  • You and your pet will then enter the consult room with the vet for examination together and discussion. (only one owner in with each pet).
  • If your animal requires any blood work, or nurse help to get any samples or give any treatments, then to maintain the appropriate distancing either your pet will be taken out to the treatment room to be done with a nurse, or you may be asked to leave the consult room while a nurse enters — THIS IS A GOVT. RESTRICTION, PLEASE DO NOT ASK US TO MAKE EXCEPTIONS.
  • We will try to limit owner time in the consult rooms to 10 minutes or less, so please do not be offended if we ask you to step outside if things are taking a while.
  • Payment and future bookings will be made at the front desk (Cashless payments are preferred whenever possible.)
  • Please keep the 1.5m social distancing by staying in marked spots and staying behind the red tape when approaching the front desk.
  • We ask clients to please not touch the products on shelves, but ask for assistance if you would like to discuss or purchase any products (this will allow us to clean and disinfect properly).
  • Please use hand sanitiser on exit.
  • Online bookings are available but may be adjusted if there are close clashes with in person phone bookings.

The Mittagong Veterinary Hospital acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which the Mittagong Veterinary Hospital now stands. We would also like to pay our respect to Elders past and present, and future of the Gundungarra land.