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Offer available 1 July to 31 August 2024. T&C’s Apply.

Welcome to Eaton Pet Vet!

Eaton Pet Vet is a small, professional veterinary clinic established in December 2014 by Dr Kerri Wallis.

We pride ourselves on being personal and compassionate, with the ability to offer a full array of services, at affordable prices, taken care of by our experienced, friendly staff.

We offer small and large animal veterinary services in the Eaton, Clifton Park, Bunbury, Australind, Dalyellup, and surrounding areas.

Please refer to our Services page for more information.

We are located at 7 Millard Street, Eaton WA 6232.

Clinic Opening Hours

Monday to Friday – 8:30am – 6:00pm
Saturday – 9:00am – 12:00pm
– Closed public holidays –

Our services

Preventative Care

We offer a wide range of healthcare services to ensure your pet's optimum health to live a longer, happier life.
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Primary Care

We offer a full suite of general practice veterinary care, so if your pet gets sick or injured we’re able to get to the bottom of it quickly.
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Surgical & Dental Care

Routine, elective, emergency surgeries and dental procedures are performed regularly by our experienced veterinarians.
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Wellness Care

Our range of wellness services includes microchipping, behavioural advice, puppy and kitten care, senior pet care, pre-natal, dietary and nutritional advice.
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Exotics & Wildlife Care

Our vets are experienced in treating and caring for a variety of exotic species (ferrets, rabbits, guinea pigs, birds, rats & mice) and native wildlife emergency treatment.
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Home & Mobile Care

We offer home visits in the local area for sick and injured pets after hours, for large animals, or for a more comfortable end-of-life experience in your pet’s familiar environment. Learn More >>

Our pawesome patients

We are proud to announce that Eaton Pet Vet is a certified Great Place To Work™

At the heart of our hospital lies a steadfast commitment to nurturing a workplace culture where our team feels a sense of pride and belonging, and that they are empowered to do their most meaningful work.

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Eaton Pet Vet

Eaton Pet Vet

Eaton Pet Vet
Hospital & Mobile Veterinary service in the Eaton and Australind area.
Dr Kerri Wallis

3 days ago

Eaton Pet Vet
Is Your Dog Licking Their Paws? Here’s Why!Persistent paw licking can signal an underlying issue. Here are common reasons:🐾Allergies: Food, pollen, mould, or cleaning products can cause itchy paws.Injury or Pain: Cuts, splinters, or sores may lead to focused licking.🐾Parasites: Fleas, ticks, or mites can irritate the skin.🐾Infections: Bacterial or fungal infections cause itching and discomfort.🐾Anxiety or Boredom: Dogs lick to self-soothe; ensure they get exercise and mental stimulation.🐾Dermatitis: Irritants like chemicals or salt can cause skin issues.If your dog is licking their paws excessively, it's time to consult with one of our vets.Schedule an appointment today to get the right diagnosis and treatment. Your furry friend's health and happiness is our top priority! 🐶❤️#DogCare #PetHealth #VetVisit #HappyPets #HealthyDogs #BookNow ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

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Just like us, cats need proper dental care. Here are signs your kitty might have dental issues:🦷Bad Breath: Strong or unpleasant odor.Red or Swollen Gums: Healthy gums should be pink.🐱Drooling: Excessive, especially if new.🦷Difficulty Eating: Dropping food, eating less, or chewing on one side.🐱Pawing at the Mouth: Indicates discomfort.🦷Behaviour Changes: Irritability or lethargy.🐱Visible Tartar or Discoloured Teeth: Yellow or brown buildup.If you notice these signs, schedule a vet visit. Regular dental check-ups and cleanings keep your cat's smile heal#catcaret#pethealthe#catdentalcarel#HealthyCatsy#vetvisitV#pettipstTips ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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🦷 Bad breath isn’t just unpleasant, it can be unhealthy! If you’ve noticed a change in your pet’s breath, discoloured or stained teeth, or discomfort when they eat, your pet could be experiencing periodontal disease.Just like us, dogs and cats need regular dental check-ups and cleanings to keep their teeth and gums healthy. Professional dental cleaning removes plaque and tartar build up that cannot be removed with brushing and dental treats.Book a FREE dental check today and take advantage of our $50 discount on a scale and polish during July. Let’s get those chompers sparkling! ✨#PetDentalHealth #HappySmiles ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Pet Parents

I would 100% recommend the Eaton Pet Vet, they are so friendly, professional and reliable! My fur babe was looked after so well and loved just as much.
Riane Goltz
Highly recommended! Really lovely staff, kind caring and willing to go above and beyond for clients and their fur babies. I have had nothing but wonderful experiences with every interaction.
Amber Turnbull
Very helpful, friendly, positive to me and kind to my dog when he needed assistance with an eye infection and my cat needed his vaccination. Happy to attend this practice in the future.
Kathy Munro