COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENTThe Warwick Vet Clinic has been an integral part of the Darling Downs community since 1949 and has built a strong reputation for reliable and professional service of the highest quality.
Giving back to our community continues to remain an important part of our business. By participating and sponsoring community events and clubs, we stay connected to the people who have supported us.
We are proud to be actively involved in regular community events. For many years, we have held the official veterinary position for many associations and clubs, including the Warwick Polocrosse Association, Warwick Show, Warwick Rodeo Society, Warwick Turf Club, Clifton Jockey Club, as well as the Warwick Lure Coursing events.
We are also official veterinarians for the Australian Polocrosse Association.
We host public information meetings, perform pro-bono work on injured wildlife and support the community through responsible pet management practices. Each year, our discount pet de-sexing month provides a tangible way to reduce the number of unwanted and stray animals in the community.
We also have a passion for training university students and have happily been voluntarily involved with student education in extramural placement for many years now.
"You have all been the most generous and kind people to work with ... We know UQ vet students had a great time at your clinic this year because of the positive feedback they provided."–––––––––––
"the staff at the vet practice are very friendly and welcoming and are happy to impart their knowledge with you."
Jodie Kowaltzke | Student rotations administration officer
School of Veterinary Science | The University of Queensland Gatton Campus