UQ VETS' clinical services provide the highest standard of veterinary care for animals and their owners and referring vets. We deliver our services at outstanding facilities in Gatton.

We provide out-patient and in-hospital services at our Small Animal Hospital and Equine Specialist Hospital, and ambulatory and on-farm services through our Production Animal Service.

We deliver teaching and learning within our hospitals to ensure UQ's veterinary science and veterinary technology students receive world-class knowledge leadership in a clinical environment. We engage with the community, veterinary profession, industry, governments and research organisations.

What our clients say

“Caring service”

“Had Miss Bettie Page in for her annual dental and routine check-up. As usual the staff were amazing – thank you and much love for the caring, amazing service. If only human hospitals were as good. Love and respect.”

– The Biagini family


“The vet was amazing”

“Emergency 3am trip for a pup stuck in the birth canal. The vet was amazing and got the pup out, alive and well and my dog Pippa was able to have the rest of her litter normally. Saved her from a caesarean. So thankful!”

– Kara McDowall

“They loved him like their own”

“I can't praise these wonderful people enough! They did a remarkable job with my bulldog Leo when he needed urgent care and they loved him like their own. I would definitely use UQ VETS again.”

– Sarah Knopke

UQ services and facilities


If you need to stay overnight, consider staying at the Gatton Campus Motel. It is located near our hospitals.

Food and drinks

Find a selection of cafes and coffee carts close to us on the UQ Gatton campus.

School of Veterinary Science

See the breadth of research and teaching activities in the UQ School of Veterinary Science.

UQ community COVID-19 advice

See the precautionary measures we have in place for our hospitals and clinics.

Supporting UQ students

As we are a teaching hospital, final-year students from the UQ School of Veterinary Science may be present during your consultation.

Appointments may be longer than usual so our students can provide care under our direct supervision.