As part of Ipswich Vet Group, Karalee Village Vet Clinic believes that you and your pet deserve the highest standards of Veterinary care and customer service and consistently strive to deliver both, treating every pet as if it were our own.

Karalee Village Vet Clinic: Your local Ipswich Vet, providing Vet care to Ipswich and all surrounding areas

A part of the Ipswich Vet Group, Ipswich’s most trusted Vets since 1967, the local team at Karalee Village Vet Clinic is committed to offering high quality Vet pet care, together with excellent client service in a professional, friendly environment.

We are animal lovers and know that your pets are a part of your family. Our local Vet team understand that you want the very best in care for your pets, and subsequently care for your pets as if they were our own. In addition to treating your pet when they are sick or injured, we would also like to help you care for them throughout their life and we have an extensive range of products & services to help you keep them in optimum health.

As local vets caring for local pets, we are proud of our reputation for excellence in patient care and outstanding customer service.

Our local Vet clinic is serviced by the most experienced Vets and trusted by pet owners looking for a Vet in Karalee, a Vet in Chuwar, a Vet in Karana Downs and for all surrounding Ipswich and Karalee areas.

As part of the Ipswich Vet Group we also offer an after hours emergency service carried out by our own local Vets until 8:00pm week nights. This service is provided at our Booval Vet Hospital, (07) 3282 6722,  Ipswich’s leading after hour vet service for pets that require after hours vet attention.

Thank you for choosing Karalee Village Veterinary Clinic to care for your pet.

Desexing is an effective strategy to prevent unwanted pregnancies. The RSPCA receives over 125,000 animals every year and many of these unwanted animals are the result of unplanned breeding.

Research shows that desexed animals can actually live longer! Speyed and neutered animals are generally less likely to get certain illnesses such as infections, diseases and cancers.

Desexing commonly reduces behaviour problems such as roaming, aggression and urine marking in males, and in females prevents mating behaviour and false pregnancy. Reducing the desire to roam reduces the risk of being in fights or traumatic accidents such as being hit by a car.

Talk to your vet about desexing, it is an important part of being a responsible pet owner and will ensure your best friend stays healthy and happy!

Ipswich Vet Group prides itself in providing the best patient care. We provide a complete desexing package, with free post operative checks and suture removal, with no hidden extras or costs.

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Our Facilities

All our vets and nurses are trained to a very high standard and are supported by excellent, modern facilities and state-of-the-art equipment and technology. Our operating theatre is equipped to handle all types of surgery, from desexing to more complex orthopaedic cases.

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Our Team

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    Rhiannon

    Qualified Vet Nurse

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    Candice

    Veterinary Nurse

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    Brittany

    Qualified Vet Nurse

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    Avril

    Qualified Vet Nurse

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    Emily

    Senior Vet Nurse

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    Kate

    Karalee Senior Vet Nurse

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    Dr. Adrian Young BVSc (Hons)

    Veterinarian

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    Dr. Jordan Zec BVSc

    Veterinarian

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    Dr. Ellana Sue “Elsa” Winter BVSc

    Veterinarian

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    Dr Amy Menendez BVSc (Hons)

    Veterinarian

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    Dr Alanna Harth BVSc (Hons)

    Senior Veterinarian

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    Jodie

    Head Nurse – Karalee Village Vet Clinic

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    Louise

    Nurse Supervisor / Marketing and Media

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    Jodi

    Inventory & Accounts Coordinator

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    Samantha

    Nurse Operations Manager – Ipswich Vet Group

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    Dr Hannah Van Wunnik BVSc (Hons)

    Head Veterinarian

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    Teejay Hani

    Practice Manager – Ipswich Vet Group

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    Dr Scott Campbell BVSc (Hons) M.A.C.V.Sc, D.A.C.V.N

    Partner

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    Dr Jason Wendt BVSc

    Partner

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We are happy to share our recent cases and provide information to help you take care of your pet. Read about our recent cases and find information to help care for your pet.

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Community

We have strong relationships with a network of excellent wildlife carers who do an excellent job of rehabilitating & releasing a wide variety of native mammals, birds and reptiles.

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