(02) 9416 1300 reception@arkvets.com.au     352 Pacific Highway, Lindfield, NSW 2070     Mon-Fri: 8am-7pm; Sat: 9am-4pm; Sun: 10am-1pm

Puppy Pre-School

We run a 4-week course in conjunction with Fetch-It Dog Training for puppies aged 8-16 weeks.

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Follow us at Ark Vets

Ever wanted to see what goes on behind the scenes at the Ark Veterinary Hospital? Check out our first episode of Follow us at Ark Vets to catch a glimpse of some of the cases we see here at the hospital!

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Grooming

The Ark Vet provides grooming services by appointment on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

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Address: Ark Veterinary Hospital, 352 Pacific Highway, Lindfield, NSW, 2070

Phone: (02) 9416 1300

Parking details: We have dedicated parking at the rear of the building with entrance via the rear door. Enter via Woodford Lane and the Pacific Highway.

Mon-Fri: 8am-7pm; Sat: 9am-4pm; Sun: 10am-1pm

The Ark Vet

352 Pacific Hwy, Lindfield NSW 2070, Australia

The Ark Vet is a modern, fully-equipped small animal hospital. Conveniently located on the Pacific Highway, Lindfield on Sydney’s North Shore



Why Choose The Ark for Your Pet?

  • Our vets have over 25 years of experience
  • Caring, qualified and experienced nurses
  • Open 7 days a week
  • House calls on weekdays
  • Soft tissue and orthopaedic surgeries
  • Cat boarding for long or short-term stays
  • Grooming service on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays
  • Collection point for Meadowmist Boarding Kennels
  • Digital x-ray
  • Ultrasound machine for in-house soft tissue diagnostics
  • In-house laboratory to run blood tests quickly for your pet
  • Puppy pre-school for new pups aged 8-16 weeks
  • We stock premium pet foods
  • We can order in most pet products for you within 48 hours of request

Learn more About The Ark Vet and The Services We Offer

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Not quite sure if that's the most comfortable way to sunbathe, but anything to soak as much sun as possible in this chilly weather! Thank you to Samba's owners for this cheeky photo. ... See MoreSee Less

Not quite sure if thats the most comfortable way to sunbathe, but anything to soak as much sun as possible in this chilly weather! Thank you to Sambas owners for this cheeky photo.

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"But Nala! What big ears you have!"
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But Nala! What big ears you have!

Let's show some love for our smaller furry family! Is there anything cuter than watching a guinea pig having a good snack? 😍
Remember that while they can absolutely have the occasional carrot treat, like Patrice here, the majority of a guinea pig's diet should consist of grass or grass hay (e.g. Timothy hay) to encourage healthy chewing, and fresh leafy greens to ensure a source of vitamin C.
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Lets show some love for our smaller furry family! Is there anything cuter than watching a guinea pig having a good snack? 😍 
Remember that while they can absolutely have the occasional carrot treat, like Patrice here, the majority of a guinea pigs diet should consist of grass or grass hay (e.g. Timothy hay) to encourage healthy chewing, and fresh leafy greens to ensure a source of vitamin C.

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Time for another #WildlifeWednesday! This little Flying Fox was brought in with a case of mild shock, possibly from entanglement or collision. He was kept in a warm, quiet place while we immediately called Sydney Wildlife for a vaccinated handler, who then kindly allowed us to take a quick pic.
Please be extremely careful when coming across injured bats in the wild. If you are not immunised with the rabies vaccine, do not try to handle a conscious bat. Call Sydney Wildlife on (02) 9413 4300, who will organise a carer to be sent out immediately. Only try to bring in an injured bat to Ark Vets if you are safely able to contain them e.g. in a closed box with a towel. As always, your safety is the most important!
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Time for another #WildlifeWednesday! This little Flying Fox was brought in with a case of mild shock, possibly from entanglement or collision. He was kept in a warm, quiet place while we immediately called Sydney Wildlife for a vaccinated handler, who then kindly allowed us to take a quick pic.
Please be extremely careful when coming across injured bats in the wild. If you are not immunised with the rabies vaccine, do not try to handle a conscious bat. Call Sydney Wildlife on (02) 9413 4300, who will organise a carer to be sent out immediately. Only try to bring in an injured bat to Ark Vets if you are safely able to contain them e.g. in a closed box with a towel. As always, your safety is the most important!

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A perfect day for cuddling up with our pets - just like Nurse Emily and Nala here 😺
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A perfect day for cuddling up with our pets - just like Nurse Emily and Nala here 😺

Joe Daley

Dr. Joe Daley graduated from the University of Sydney in 1987. He completed the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists Pharmacology Membership examinations in 1998 and the Surgery Membership examinations in 2003. He started the Ark Veterinary Hospital in Roseville in 1996 and the operated  mobile service before moving to Lindfield to establish the practice as a fixed site again in 2009. He shares his two dogs, Willow and Daisy with his wife and 4 children.

Marjan Milas

Marjan graduated from the University of Belgrade with a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2010. He then moved to Australia in October 2012 to live with his family, and has been working at The Ark as a veterinary nurse since July 2013. He particularly enjoys surgical nursing and has a strong passion for Australian wildlife. Marjan enjoys spending time with his two children, and would like to set up an apiary like he had in Serbia.

Lia Kim

Lia started at The Ark in 2014 and has become a regular friendly face at reception. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Science at the University of Sydney, and hopes to transfer to Veterinary Science. Lia does not currently have any pets at home, so she loves spending time caring for our boarding cats.

Kim Handley

Kim began working at The Ark Vet part-time in 2015. She has completed a Certificate IV in Companion Animals at Ultimo TAFE, and is currently studying Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. Kim has bred Golden Retrievers for over 30 years, has successfully competed at all levels of showing, and has won many Best in Shows all over Australia.

Alex Vollema

Alex started out at The Ark Vet in 2012 working one day a week through work experience. Since then, Alex has started working part time as a trainee nurse while she completes her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. When she is not working or studying, Alex spends her free mornings or afternoons with her horse, Diesel.

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