The team boasts a long-held reputation for high quality service, and looks forward to keeping abreast of the latest technology in the industry, to provide the local community with the best veterinary care possible.
Canine reproduction is a fast growing aspect of veterinary medicine, and informed breeders often choose to use assisted reproductive techniques to maximise success.
To provide a better service for their valued clients, Herriot House Veterinary Surgery has purchased a new Mini Vidas Progesterone Analyser.
With the help of this machine, they can now provide fast results critical for the accurate timing of artificial insemination and caesarean sections.
This machine has enabled Herriot House to be the only veterinary surgery in Toowoomba and the surrounding area to offer this specialised service.
Herriot House now offers complete in-house diagnostic blood testing, with the recent addition of a new veterinary haematology machine to support their existing biochemistry machine.
Blood test results are now available within hours, daily. Digital x-rays and ultrasound imaging are also part of the convenient in-house service.
The Herriot House team prides itself on good, old-fashioned customer service.
Peter Lyons and Peter Noble continue to offer their exceptional ophthalmic and surgical expertise, and are very familiar faces to all of their clients.
Veterinarians from near and far have been welcomed to the team, including Dr Chris Smith from South Africa, Dr Ellie Burnett and Dr David Swan from Queensland, and Dr Alex McClelland from New South Wales, all bringing their unique expertise and skills to benefit the community.
Herriot House is open for consultations from 7.30am to 7.30pm Monday to Friday, 7.30am to 6pm Saturdays, and 8.30am to 5.30pm Sundays. Herriot House also offers an emergency service from 6am to 10pm daily.
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