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Google Maps location for Mulberry Lane Vet Hospital

Mulberry Lane Vet Hospital
294 Lords Place
Orange
NSW 2800

Phone:
02 6360 3071

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Beautiful new photos

Scott Gillbank is a superbly talented local photographer who has been a friend and client of Mulberry Lane Vet Hospital for many years. He recently visited to take our new staff photos. You can check them out by heading to the "Vets" , "Nurse team" and "Support team" tabs on the website. Thank you Scott! 

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2019 Business Awards

busines award 2019

The Mulberry Lane team were delighted to be awarded the Outstanding Business award for "Excellence in Professional and Financial Services" by the Orange Business Chamber. The 2019 awards were presented on 6th July, with a gala diner at the ExServices Club.   Practice Manager Jenna and head Vet Nurse Hayley were honoured to receive the award on behalf of the team - it was a very special evening! 

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NDN banner

 Desexing your pet is such an important step. During July, your pet can be desexed at Mulberry Lane Vet Hospital at the reduced National Desexing Network prices! These special prices include our usual high standard of care for your pet - IV fluids and 5 days of pain relief. You can prevent unwanted litters, and desexed pets have been shown to lead longer and often healthier lives. Neutered pets are less likely to be aggressive or territorial  - they won't wander off looking for a mate. Desexed pets are also less likely to suffer from certain types of cancer or infections, so call us now on 6360 3071!  

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june long weekend

Mulberry Lane Vet Hospital is open as usual on Saturday morning 8th June, from 8am til 12. Closed Sunday 9th and Monday 10th. If you are an established client of our Hospital, then help is available for your pet in emergency situations over the rest of the long weekend. Please refer to the letter and new fridge magnet which you were recently sent, for the out of hours "emergencies only" phone number. Enjoy the long weekend! 

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Head Vet Nurse

Dr Judith is delighted to announce that Hayley is now the Head Vet Nurse at Mulberry Lane Vet Hospital. Hayley hails from Western Australia and began her animal career there as a kennel hand and stable hand, working as a pacing stable foreman and track worker while she studied for her Equine Management Cert 2. She finished her studies with an award for being the outstanding student of the year before going on to gain her Cert 4 in Veterinary Nursing in 2005, doing extra study in the care of horses and birds. Hayley is an exceptional vet nurse, highly experienced and an excellent mentor. She was recently accepted into the Australian Veterinary Nurse and Technician registration scheme as a Registered Vet Nurse and is committed to ongoing professional development. 

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