At Vets in Endeavour Hills, we strongly believe that preventive care and regular health check-ups are essential for pets. We also understand that there may be times when you need support that does not require a vet. Our nurse consultations provide an excellent opportunity to address concerns or questions about your pet’s health or behaviour.

Our team of professional veterinary nurses is skilled in handling a wide range of responsibilities and collaborates with our vets to provide comprehensive care for your pet.

Vets in Endeavour Hills provides a range of vet nurse consultation services, including:

  • Nail trimming for cats, dogs, guinea pigs, rabbits, and birds
  • Anal gland expression
  • Monthly arthritis care injections
  • Administration of parasite control
  • Dietary and weight management advice
  • Monthly allergy treatment injections
  • Post-operative follow-up appointments

To schedule a nurse consultation for your pet, call us at (03) 9700 2264 or book your appointment online. At Vets in Endeavour Hills, we are dedicated to providing the best care and veterinary expertise for your pet.


Veterinary nurses cannot prescribe medications. However, they can dispense prescribed medicines, offer guidance on home medication, and assist with post-treatment care. If your pet needs new prescriptions or changes to existing treatment plans, they must be seen by a vet.

Whether nurse consultations are covered by pet insurance depends on your policy. We advise contacting your insurance provider to find out which services are covered.

Our team can provide detailed invoices and paperwork to assist with insurance claims. For pets insured through GapOnly partners, we can process your claim during your visit, so you only need to pay the gap amount.

If it becomes apparent during the nurse consultation that your pet needs a vet’s intervention, we can usually arrange an appointment on the same day or at your earliest convenience.

Our nurses and vets collaborate closely to ensure your pet receives the necessary care promptly.

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