Our CVC staff work in a nurturing and progressive environment with experienced and knowledgeable mentors. We also provide our staff with the most up-to-date technology and equipment to achieve the best possible outcomes for animals.
Apply today to join our team of dedicated professionals and enjoy being part of the unique community service we offer as a public veterinary hospital.
We’re saluting the unseen work of veterinary nurses on Friday 13 October for National Vet Nurses Day. AWLQ’s vet nurses work tirelessly to ensure our furry, feathered and scaled family members are cared for and that their needs met… read more
Left on our door-step in a laundry basket, Arlo, a nine-week-old puppy didn’t have use of her back legs. This didn’t stop the plucky Staffy from dragging herself across the floor.
AWLQ Community Vet Clinic and Shelter Vet Clinic teams both assessed her and suspected Neosporosis, a parasitic infection that is most commonly seen in puppies, that affects the use of the back legs. Without an expensive spinal tap it was impossible to accurately diagnose and then treat her condition….read more
If you believe that all abandoned animals deserve a second chance at life – do something wonderfully kind – join us! Become a monthly giver and provide innocent animals with a life they deserve
Together, we will do whatever it takes to give them a second chance at life; you can help save the life of a shelter animal by giving the ultimate gift of kindness.