How do I book?
Simply call the Launceston clinic on (03) 6330 2189 or Kings Meadows clinic on (03) 6344 5366, or drop in and see us to make an appointment. Please note that walk-in appointments are not available. Our veterinarians are booked throughout their day and this means that advance booking is required in order to complete our daily work.
Where are you located?
Launceston, Tasmania. We are based at 7 Canal Street, Launceston (opposite Harvey Norman) and at 207 Hobart Road, Kings Meadows. FREE CAR PARKING IS AVAILABLE FOR CLIENTS.
Do you offer emergency after hours services?
For any genuine emergency we are here to help. Please call the usual business number (03) 6330 2189 and you will directed to the duty emergency veterinarian.
Why should I choose Pets Life Veterinary Care?
At Pets Life, we are devoted to ensuring your pets get the highest quality care. Your pet will get all the time and effort required to find the most suitable outcome and health solution, along with the love and attention your pets need to help make the trip to the vet a happy one. We value communication highly, and have the ability to tailor care solutions suitable to both the animal and the client. For those with concerns about bringing your pet to the clinic we also offer house calls.
What hours are you open?
We are open 8:30am - 5:30pm Monday - Friday and 9:00am - 11:00am on alternate Saturdays from the Canal St clinic. Public holidays and after hours - emergency service only.
What animals do you take care of?
We care for all small animals, furry and feathered! - birds, dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets, rodents, you name it we can do it!
What services do you offer?
Pets Life offers consultations daily at your convenience so call now if you need some help. We offer a high quality clinical skill set including surgery ranging from routine to complex. Dr Jenny has a keen interest in dermatology and medicine so patients needing in depth investigation for elusive problems are welcomed. We also offer emergency care for any patient in immediate distress.
When should I vaccinate a puppy or kitten?
A course of three injections one month apart should start from 6-8 weeks of age.