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Windsor Vet

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If you are still searching for a reputable Windsor vet, or if you are looking to switch clinics, Fortitude Valley Vet could be answer you have been searching for. We strive to provide competitive pricing, commitment to client expectations, provide the best care available to Windsor Vet's clients.

When it comes to choosing a trusted Windsor vet for your furry family members, we think it’s best to let our customers tell you why they keep coming back us. Check out our Facebook reviews!

Looking for a trusted Windsor vet? Fortitude Valley Vet provides amazing veterinary care to the pets of Windsor and is just a short 9 minute drive away.




If you are looking for a Windsor vet, call (07) 3216 0045 to make an appointment to see Dr Nic at Fortitude Valley Vet.

Herston Vet

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If you are searching for a distinguished and affordable Herston vet, Fortitude Valley Vet could be the answer you have been searching for. Competitive pricing, commitment to meeting client expectations, and providing the best care available make Fortitude Valley Vet a leading Herston veterinary clinic in the region.

We are only short 8 minutes drive and conviently located within Emporium, Brisbane. There are ample free parking onsite.




At Fortitude Valley Vet, our team is trusted with the care of hundreds of pets within the Herston community. We have made it our goal to provide our Herston vet clients and their pets with exception  care, great value and diamond class service every time they visit.

When it comes to choosing a trusted Herston vet for your furry family members, we think it’s best to let our customers tell you why they keep coming back to us. Check out our Facebook reviews.

If you are looking for a trusted Herston Vet, Call (07) 321 60045 to see Dr Nic at Fortitude Valley Vet.

About the Suburb:

When you talk about Herston, people immediately associate this small inner-city suburb with the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital. The hospital campus is also shared by the Queensland Institute of Medical Research and the former Royal Children's Hospital.

Herston is mostly a quiet residential suburb, with some areas of light industry near the main roads. Many Hospital and QUT staff stay in this quaint suburb. There is also a significant student population that studies at the university.

Help! Should I desex my cat, Fortitude Valley Vet?

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Desexed female cats are at much-reduced risk of contracting breast, ovarian, uterine cancers and other uterine infections. Breast cancer in female cats have a higher tendency to be fatal too. Castrating male cats helps to reduce their urge to roam and fight with other cats. They are also less likely to urine spray and stink up your home with their pee.


Should I desex my cat, Fortitude Valley Vet?


Statistic shows that 75% of cats hit by cars are not desexed. Another reason why you should desex your cat and keep it indoors only!

An adult cat can have 1 to 8 kittens per litter up to 3 times per year. Do the math and you will find out the reason why there are so many cats at the shelter (not to mention the growing numbers of feral/stray cats!).

Up to 38,000 unwanted cats and kittens are euthanized at the pound and shelters every year, so why add to the problem?

It is also important to note that it may be required by law to desex your cat in some states unless you are a registered breeder. Some councils also offer discounted registration if your cat is desexed.

If you have more questions, come see us at Fortitude Valley Vet, Shop 15 Emporium, Brisbane. 1000 Ann St. (07) 3216 0045.

Kangaroo Point Vet Clinic

Kangaroo Point Vet Clinic


Are you looking for a Kangaroo Point Vet? Fortitude Valley Vet is located in Emporium, just 4 mins drive away from Kangaroo Point. There is ample free parking onsite. If you prefer, take an easy stroll through iconic Story Bridge and do some sight-seeing on your way here.

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About Kangaroo Point:

Few suburbs can match Kangaroo Point for its views, location and natural beauty. Standing atop the ancient cliffs, enjoy breath-taking view of the river and city and Brisbane's most iconic bridge, the Story Bridge.

Kangaroo Point is situated on the east bank of the city, opposite Riverstage and the Queensland University of Technology at Gardens Point. This suburb is also home to Ellis Street, one of the 20 steepest hills in Brisbane.

Kangeroo Point Cliffs are a popular destination for locals and tourists that flock to this area for picnics, rock climbing and abseiling activities.




Dr Nic recommends:

  • Take a hike on the Story Bridge Adventure Climb
  • Enjoy live music at the Brisbane Jazz Club
  • Check out breath-taking views from Eagle's Nest.
  • Quench your thirst at Brisbane's historic Story Bridge Hotel.
  • Get adventurous at Kangaroo Point Cliffs.
  • Conquer the Kangaroo Point stairs.
  • Enjoy a picnic or barbecue overlooking the river at one of many beautiful parks in this suburb.
  • Cycle to South Bank

If you are looking for a Kangaroo Point Vet Clinic, Fortitude Valley Vet is just 4 minutes away from Kangaroo Point. (07) 3216 0045.

Help! Should I desex my dog, Fortitude Valley Vet?

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Many people think that when a vet encourages a pet owner to sterilise a pet, it is because we'd like to help reduce the number of unwanted puppies and kittens abandoned and put down at shelters. Yes - that's one of the reasons, but I encourage my clients to consider sterilisation because it offers other health benefits that can prolong the life of your dog. There is no doubt in my mind that spaying/neutering your pet can help reduce the number of wasted and shortened pet lives. However, there are also health risks to consider if you choose not to desex your pet.

I think it is important for pet owners to come to their own conclusions and be proud that they have made the correct decision for their pet’s future.

Should I desex my pet, Fortitude Valley Vet?


Unless you are a dedicated breeder of pedigree dogs and cats, my stand is to desex your pet. As mentioned above, there are possible disadvantages to desexing your animal. The two common ones are obesity and urinary incontinence in desexed female dogs.

Studies have shown positive correlation between desexing and a lower metabolic rate in your dog but this can be easily overcome with the right combination of diet and exercise. There is also an increased risk of a female dog developing urinary incontinence later on in her life, but those that do represent a small percentage compared to those who do not develop this problem.

Fortitude Valley Vet outline the advantages of having your dog desexed:

Female dogs:


  • Decreased risk of mammary cancer if desexed early. (Read further down for more information.) 
  • Remove inconvenience of menstruation (blood stains on carpets and attracting other intact male dogs to your home etc).
  •  Prevent unwanted litters.
  •  Prevent pyometra (pus in the uterus, potentially a fatal problem for intact older female dogs).


Male dogs:


  • Greatly reduced marking/roaming/aggression/sexual behaviour if desexed early. However,         such behaviour may not go away if you decide to desex your pet at a later stage in life.
  • Prevent unwanted litters.
  • Reduced risk of developing benign prostatic hyperplasia (prostate gland increases in size, resulting in urinary and defecation problems). Please note that desexing does not reduce the risk of developing prostate cancer.


At what age should I desex my pet, Fortitude Valley Vet?

The vet community cannot agree on when it will be a good time to desex your pets. Some recommend early desexing at 2 months of age (some female intact dogs can have babies at 5 months old!), others will only do it past 6 months old (reduced risk of anesthetic problems). It is important to note that there is a 0.5% chance of developing mammary cancer if desexed before first season, 8% chance between first and second season, and 25% chance after second season (no significant differences compared to intact female dogs passed second season). There is also the issue of learned behavioural problems (marking and sexual behaviour) that may not go away if your intact male dog is desexed at an older age.  It is also likely that your older dog may develop pyometra or benign prostatic hypertrophy.

Some experts argue that desexing should only be done after your pet has skeletally matured, citing the high incidence of crucial ligament ruptures in early desexed dogs compared to intact dogs in Europe. However this correlation requires further studies.

I  hope this helps you to decide if your pet should be desexed.

If you have more questions, come see us at Fortitude Valley Vet, Emporium, Brisbane. (07) 3216 0045.

Kitten Basics 103

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Dear Fortitude Valley Vet, show do I take care of a kitten?


Finishing up where we left off yesterday on Kitten Basics, here are some more information on taking care of your kitten.


What medical needs would my cat need, Fortitude Valley Vet?

  • Vaccinations - 3 vaccination shots 4 weeks apart starting from 6-8 weeks old. Core vaccine include feline panleukopenia, feline herpes virus and feline calicvirus (commonly called F3). Non-core vaccine include feline leukemia virus, feline immunodeficiency virus and chlamydia bacteria (together with the F3, it is called F6). Non-core vaccines are suitable for kittens that will eventually be living part of their lives outdoor where they are more likely to contract these diseases. An annual vaccination regime is recommended. 
  • Worming - Kittens should be wormed every 2 weeks until they are 12 weeks old, then monthly till they are 6 months old. Adult cats should be wormed every 3 months.
  • Fleas - Easily treated by monthly topical application. Many clients have asked if they should still flea and worm their indoor only kittens. After seeing many cats living in high-rise apartments ridden with fleas, it seems very likely that fleas either can take the lift to visit your home, or your neighbour's dog is bringing them in every time they go out for a walk. 
  • Desexing - Experts claim that desexed female cats see a dramatically reduction in some diseases such as breast, ovarian, uterine cancers and other uterine infections. Breast cancer in cats have a higher tendency to be fatal. Castrating cats also reduce their tendency to roam and fight with other cats. Statistic shows that 75% of cats hit by cars are not desexed.

What legal stuff should I be aware of, Fortitude Valley Vet?

  • Microchipping and registration - It is mandatory in some states of Australia. Some councils will refuse to register your cat if it is not microchipped prior to registration. Some councils even have the power to issue you a hefty fine for not microchipping and registrating.
  • Desexing - An adult cat can have 1 to 8 kittens per litter up to 3 times per year. Do the math and you will find out the reason why there are so many cats at the shelter (not to mention the growing numbers of feral/stray cats!). Up to 38,000 unwanted cats and kittens are euthanized by the RSPCA, so why add to the problem?  It is also important that it may be required by law to desex your cat in some states unless you are a registered breeder.


This wraps up our Kitten Basics series and I hope you have a good idea what to do when you get your adorable kitten.

If you have further questions, please visit us at Fortitude Valley Vet in Emporium, Brisbane. (07) 3216 0045

Teneriffe Vet

Teneriffe Vet 


Looking for a Teneriffe Vet? Fortitude Valley Vet is located in Emporium, only 4 mins drive away from Teneriffe. There is ample free parking onsite. If you prefer, we are an easy 1.5km stroll away.

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About Teneriffe:

Teneriffe is a small inner suburb of the City of Brisbane. Recently, has been ranked top 3 in the densest suburb in Queensland. This suburb was once hosted a thriving wool industry. However, through the conversion of old existing wool stores and factories to residential apartments, the area has been transformed from a riverside industrial hub to a mostly high-density residential area.



Dr Nic recommends a walking tour that includes:
  • An easy riverfront walk starting from Teneriffe Ferry Terminal
  • Teneriffe Park
  • Beautiful Queenslander along Chester Street, especially heritage-listed Roseville with gardens reflecting its grandeur.
  • Grand houses along Teneriffe Drive, especially Number 37 (Teneriffe House).
  • Florence St majestic century-old trees before taking a break at one of the little terrace of cafes at Paddys Market Building.
  • Tea Chests tea lounge, Swiss Chocolatier or Sourced Grocer.
  • Artisanal coffee, head onto Vernon Terrace row of fantastic cafes.
When it comes to choosing a trusted Teneriffe vet for your furry family members, we think it’s best to let our customers tell you why they keep coming back to us. Check out our Google reviews.

If you are looking for a Teneriffe Vet, Fortitude Valley Vet is just 4 minutes away from Teneriffe.

Newstead Vet Clinic

Newstead Vet Clinic


Are you looking for a Newstead Vet? Fortitude Valley Vet is located in Emporium, just 5 mins drive away from Newstead. There is ample free parking onsite. If you prefer, take an easy stroll through Ann Street and do some window-shopping on your way here.

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About Newstead:

Newstead is a small riverside suburb of the city of Brisbane. This suburb was known to be a commerical hub but in recent years, Newstead is now also known for it's trendy cafes and restaurants, upmarket studio apartments and renovated older homes with well-established gardens.

Newstead Park is a significant historic park located at the mouth of Breakfast Creek. In May each year the park is host to the commemoration of the Battle of the Coral Sea. A playspace featuring an "Alice through the Looking Glass" theme is also located in the park.

Newstead is also home to the upscale retail precinct, Gaswork Newstead. It includes restaurants, cafes, shops, a supermarket, and a public plaza inside the old gas holder.



If you are searching for a distinguished and affordable Newstead vet, Fortitude Valley Vet could be the answer you have been searching for. Competitive pricing, commitment to meeting client expectations, and providing the best care available make us a leading veterinary clinic in Brisbane.

If you are looking for a Newstead Vet Clinic, Fortitude Valley Vet is just 4 minutes away from New Farm. (07) 3216 0045

Kitten Basics 102

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Dear Fortitude Valley vet, how do I take care of a kitten?

Continuing from where we left off yesterday, let us look at what are the essential items we should have for a kitten.

What basic stuff should I get for my cat, Fortitude Valley Vet?

  • Litter box - There are many different styles ranging from a simple rectangular open tray to more advanced models (self-cleaning / hooded / odour-removing). A decision here really depends on your budget. It is important to choose an area away from your cat's food and water and preferably somewhere quiet so that your cat can have some privacy. You don't eat and drink where you do your private business, so why should your cat? Most cats will instinctively use a litter box but you may find that it is helpful to encourage him/her to use it after a meal. Try scratching around in the litter box to entice your kitten to use it. In recent years, litter box has designed to look like beautiful furniture that you don't have to hide in the garage or toilet. Our luxury pet lifestyle store has a variety of beautiful and functional litter box that will not look out of place in your architecturally designed home.
  • Litter - There are many kitty litter types in the market. I prefer the ones made out of recycled paper simply because I want to be environmentally friendly and there is a particular brand that gives a small proportion of the profits to RSPCA. Some experts claim that this type of kitty litter is also beneficial to cats that suffer from asthma as it produces very little dust. There are fussy cats that prefer one type of kitty litter to the other and sometimes even the box itself. Try changing the type of litter if you find inappropriate urination around the house. It also helps to clean out the litter frequently. I clean my cat's litter everyday.
  • Diet - It is important that kittens eat a good quality food product designed for kittens and that it be of a premium quality. I tend to stay away from brands at the lower end of the cost spectrum as they usually use inferior ingredients which miss out on giving your kitten the best possible start in life. As a guide,  kittens should be fed 2-3 times a day till they are almost fully grown. Try not to give them wet food too often as this can increase the risk of getting dental diseases from a lack of chewing. I will be quite careful to feeding raw diet to cats. Research has shown multiple times that cats on raw diet carry more bacteria than cats eating commercially prepared food. Consider this strongly if you are pregnant, or have very young children or immuno-compromised adults.
  • Bowls - Change your kitten's water bowl regularly. I like bowls made out of ceramic that is heavy enough not to tilt over when your kitten gets over-zealous during feeding time. I am in the midst of persuading my talented ceramic artist neighbour/close friend to make two special bowls for my dogs and cat.
  • Collar - It is a good idea to get your kittens used to a collar immediately. Remember to put a small identity tag just in case he/she decides to take a stroll out your front / back door. And don't forget to make sure the collar has your contact details.
  • Toys - Too many to describe but you get the idea. I like to start a kitten off with smaller toys that are light and colourful. For the busy professionals, consider a "smart" toy that entertains your cat throughout the day.
  • Bedding - Your cat will find a place on its own to curl up and sleep, but a cosy bed somewhere warm and quiet will encourage a regular and safe spot (i.e. you won't find your cat sleeping atop the fridge / stove top). It is very likely your pet cat will also sleep on your bed, the sofa and many weird areas. My cat loves the toilet floor. 
  • Training aids - Many of my cat lover friends recommend getting a water gun/spray as a training aid to deter kittens/cats from scratching your furniture or being where they shouldn't be. Please use a really light spray and not a super soaker. No, nerf guns are not appropriate.
  • Scratching post - Cats enjoy a good scratch. These posts range from basic simple ones to fancy multiple poles with holes in them for your cats to snuggle in. Also try getting catnip to entice them to scratch on these posts and not your expensive leather lounge set.
  • Cat carrier - For the yearly trips to your vet for a general check up.
  • Cat health insurance - You certainly don't need trips to the specialist or emergency centers that cost you $5,000. I've learnt from a very early experience with my dogs how costly such a trip can be. Save yourself the worry and invest in a health insurance package.
Stay tune for tomorrow's blog on more Kitten Basics.

If you have further questions on kitten care, please visit us at Fortitude Valley Vet, Emporium, Brisbane. (07) 3216 0045.

New Farm - I'm your Vet Clinic

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Looking for a Vet, New Farm? Fortitude Valley Vet is located in Emporium, only 4 minutes' drive away from the heart of New Farm. There is ample free parking onsite here at this famous shopping precinct. If it tickles your fancy (and that of your fur baby), you can take an easy stroll through James Street and do some window-shopping on your way here.

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About New Farm

New Farm is located 2 kilometres east of the Brisbane CBD on a large bend of the Brisbane River. This thriving suburb is partly surrounded by the Brisbane River, with access through Fortitude Valley and Newstead.

At one end of the main shopping strip, Brunswick St, is the glorious river-side New Farm Park and the Brisbane Powerhouse, a converted power station that is now a premier entertainment venue. At the other end, adjacent to Fortitude Valley, is where we are based.

We are proud that our clinic caters to the New Farm lifestyle - where residents enjoy easy living with food, fun and farmer’s markets right on their doorstep. You can easily see why New Farm is the place for young families to bring up their children in tree-lined streets and unique spaces such as Brisbane Powerhouse and the heart of the suburb, New Farm Park. The park attracts visitors from near and far with its perfect riverside picnic spots, cycling loops and tree house-style adventure playground.





Dr Nic recommends:

  • Farmer's Market every Saturday at Brisbane's Powerhouse.
  • New Farm Park. BBQ, picnic or just relax on the green fields and enjoy the river view.
  • Brunswick Street. Eat and shop your day away.
  • Easy walk starting from New Farm CityCat ferry.
  • Visit New Farm Park and admire the beautiful rose garden.
  • Enjoy New Farm's iconic art deco Coronet Court.
  • Gorgeous colonial villa, Eylstan House on Elystan Road.
  • Post-war buildings with experimental interwar and post-war styles ranging from Californian Bungalow blended with Olde English Tudor to ostentatious Tuscan to 1960's Martini party.
  • "Limbless Soldiers", Riverside Reception Rooms and Merhyr Bowls Club.
  • Enjoy the exclusive band of green wraps around the river at Merthyr Park.
  • Wilson Outlook Reserve for a dramatic lookout of Brisbane.
  • Chill out at one of the many eateries along Brunswick Street.

If you are looking for a New Farm Vet, Fortitude Valley Vet is just 4 minutes away from New Farm. Shop 15 1000 Ann St Fortitude Valley. (07) 3216 0045

Kitten Basics 101

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Dear Fortitude Valley Vet, should I adopt a cat?


Lately, I have been thinking of bringing up a kitten back into my life. My dad used to keep cats in his shop to keep rats and mice at bay. I remembered fondly an adorable tabby that would come out of the shop every morning when my dad set up his goods, kept him accompanied, and then returning to sleep and guard his stock at the end of the day. She was a loyal and hardworking cat that was loved by the many people who frequented the shop. Such nostalgic memories have prompted me to re-think the possibilities of bringing another furry member into my life and do a quick post on kitten care.

(Update: I have since adopted an adorable ragdoll.)

What questions should I tackle, Fortitude Valley Vet?

  • Can you commit to at least 12 years to take care of a cat? In my line of work, old cats that have lived up to 18+ years are certainly not uncommon. Remember a cat is a living creature that needs his/her emotional and physical needs satisfied daily.
  • Have you discussed with your family members yet? Not everyone is a kitty lover.
  • Do you have the finances to support a cat? Food, kitty litter, routine vet costs, unexpected vet costs can chew up a significant amount of your financial budget.
  • Do you have a support system in place to assist you when you need to go on holidays? Your friends or family members may not be as opened to having your cat stay with them for a short period of time. Fortitude Valley Vet can help you with cat boarding.
Other simpler ones

  • Short or long haired? You will need to spend time grooming a beautiful long haired cat. Some long-haired breeds like Ragdolls are less demanding but a Persian may be a totally different kind of fur ball. 
  • Pure breed or mixed? Pure breeds have more predictable traits that may suit your lifestyle. Ragdolls are particularly very human-orientated. Persians are laid back and quieter. Mixed breeds are just as enchanting and many of my clients will attest to that fact.
  • Adopting an adult or kitten?  This is really a personal choice. There are many wonderful adult cats in the shelter waiting for you to bring them into your life. Why not consider this if you have no age preference. 
  • Indoors or outdoors? My stand is that all cats will benefit more from being indoor with access to an enclosed outdoor catwalk/run. Keeping your cat indoors will keep him/her safe from being attacked by other cats or animals, run over by cars or contract fatal diseases such as FeLV/FIV. It is also better for our native wildlife as cats love to stalk and prey on indigenous animals. I prefer my birds chirping away on the trees.

Stay tune for tomorrow's blog on more Kitten Basics.


If you have more cat questions, come see us at Fortitude Valley Vet, Emporium. (07) 3216 0045


Bowen Hill Vet

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Finding a Bowen Hill Vet that prioritises your pet’s care can feel like a daunting task. You are probably searching for a highly recommended vet that will put your pet first, but that won’t ruin your budget. At Fortitude Valley Vet – conveniently located in Emporium, Brisbane – strives to provide best care to your pets at a reasonable price.

Our veterinary team is trusted with the care of many pets within the Bowen Hill community and we have made it our mission to provide our Bowen Hill vet clients and their pets with exceptional care, amazing value and gold level service every time they visit Fortitude Valley Vet.

If you are searching for a distinguished and affordable Bowen Hill vet, Fortitude Valley Vet could be the answer you have been searching for. We offer competitive pricing, commitment to exceeding client expectations, and providing the best care available. Call us at (07) 3216 0045.




Bowen Hill is only 3 mins drive away from Fortitude Valley Vet. There are ample free onsite parking.




布里斯班兽医

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布里斯班兽医 (Fortitude Valley Vet)


布里斯班兽医 (Fortitude Valley Vet) 是位于华丽区 (Fortitude Valley) 一间舒适的兽医保健诊所,以实惠的价格提供高品质宠物医疗服务.

为新农场区(New Farm), 袋鼠角(Kangaroo Point), Teneriffe, Newstead, Winsdor, Herston, Petrie Terrace, 帕丁顿 (Paddington), 红丘 (Red Hill), Woolloongabba, 华丽区(Fortitude Valley), 布里斯班(Brisbane CBD) 市中心等区域提供服务。

Fortitude Valley Vet 拥有现代与完整的设备,工作人员友善且具有爱心。我们提供犬、猫、幼犬、幼猫 和豚鼠诊疗服务。

尼克医生专精于小型动物兽医学,毕业于Murdoch兽医学院​​。他同时拥有昆士兰大学的野生生物学士学位。在墨尔本工作时,尼克医生曾与重新安置弃犬、猫和兔子的动物中途之家与安置组织配合。他秉持「帮助他人促进饲主与宠物之间的关系和保持宠物健康活力」之信念,热衷地参与社区活动。在成为兽医之前,尼克医生已从事动物相关工作超过15年的时间。

尼克医生也能用流利的普通话和中文与您沟通。


Dr Nic is the head vet at Fortitude Valley Vet in Emporium, Brisbane.


Petrie Terrace Vet

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If you are still searching for a reputable Petrie Terrace vet, or if you are looking to switch clinics, Fortitude Valley Vet could be the solution you have been hoping for. Our competitive pricing, commitment to client expectations and providing the best care available make us a trustworthy Petrie Terrace Vet.

We are located in Emporium, Brisbane and there are ample onsite free parking. Fortitude Valley Vet is only a short 10mins drive away.




Fortitude Valley Vet is a premiere Petrie Terrace vet with an impressive reputation. Dr Nic's YouTube channel has over 8 million views on pet health. When it comes to choosing a trusted Petrie Terrace vet for your furry family members, we think it’s best to let our customers tell you why they keep coming back us. Check out our Google reviews!

If you are looking for a Petrie Terrace Vet, Call (07) 3216 0045 to see Dr Nic at Fortitude Valley Vet.


About Fortitude Valley Vet

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Fortitude Valley Vet - Servicing pets in New Farm, Teneriffe, Wilston, Woollongabba, Newstead, Kangaroo Point, Paddington, Spring Hill, Herston, Windsor, Redhill, South Brisbane and surrounding Brisbane suburbs.

Fortitude Valley Vet is a cosy veterinary clinic in trendy Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, that prides itself on providing high quality veterinary care at affordable prices. We are family-owned, serving the areas of Newstead, Teneriffe, New Farm, Brisbane, Spring Hills, Winsdor, Herston, Bowen Hills, Red Hill, Paddington, Petrie Terrace and surrounding suburbs.

Fortitude Valley Vet is modern and well-equipped and our staff are friendly and caring. We provide care for dogs, cats, puppies, kittens, guinea pigs and the occasional pet rats and birds. Come join our growing family of clients and fur babies!


Dr Nic
BVMS, BVetBio, BSc(Wildlife)


Albion Vet

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Fortitude Valley Vet is a premiere Albion vet with an impressive reputation. Dr Nic's YouTube channel has over 8 million views on pet health. When it comes to choosing a trusted Albion vet for your furry family members, we think it’s best to let our customers tell you why they keep coming back us. Check out our Google reviews!

Looking for a trusted Albion vet? Fortitude Valley Vet provides amazing veterinary care to the pets of Albion and is just a short 7 minute drive away. We are located in Emporium, Brisbane and have ample free parking.




If you are looking for an Albion vet, call (07) 3216 0045 to make an appointment to see Dr Nic at Fortitude Valley Vet.

Meet Dr Nic

Dr Nic - Head Vet at Fortitude Valley Vet

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I'm Dr Nic, and I'm an Australian Veterinarian, Blogger and Vlogger with over 8 million views on YouTube.

Like you, I'm deeply in love with animals.

I am a graduate of Murdoch Veterinary School, (dare I say) the best Veterinary school in Australia. I found the University brilliant with a real emphasis on practical knowledge and skills - and particularly enjoyed the fact that our University had its own farm and hospital all under one roof. The education I received was both detailed and broad, from treating animals as small as baby budgies to the awesome adult Clydesdale horse and any animal you can throw in between.