Below is a list of the top and leading Vets in Hobart. To help you find the best Veterinarians located near you in Hobart, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
This article is updated every 3-4 months.
Hobart’s Best Vets:
The top rated Veterinarians in Hobart are:
- Dr Lee Coyne – Hobart Animal Hospital
- Dr Scott Linnane – Hobart Community Vet Clinic
- Dr Raj Wicks – The Dog Clinic Hobart
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Hobart Animal Hospital
Dr Lee Coyne has worked in Australia and the UK as a veterinarian for almost 25 years graduating from the University of Queensland 1993. He has worked both in Victoria and Queensland, as well as spending two years in UK doing locum practice and travelling.
As a senior veterinarian, he enjoys all areas of veterinary practice with a particular interest in surgery and feline medicine undertaking extra study in both areas.
Lee has completed additional surgical training in performing MMP repairs for cranial cruciate ligament disease and the placement of RidgeStopTM implants for patella disease in dogs.
Accident and Injury Treatments, Wellness Exams, Worming, Illness Diagnosis and Treatment, Flea and Tick Prevention, Puppy and Kitten Care, Skin Care, Specialised Nutrition, Radiography, Ultrasound, Vaccinations, Dental Treatments, Surgical Procedures, Specialist Surgery & Orthopaedic Surgeries, Merchandise
“A huge thanks to the lovely ladies at Hobart Animal Hospital who squeezed us in after hours today for some vaccinations for our 2 dogs that had been overlooked when we were just about to take them to a boarding kennel. The staff were absolutely lovely and helpful and went over and above for us. Thank you!” – Cessiah H.
Hobart Community Vet Clinic
Dr Scott Linnane enjoys being a general practitioner as it gives him variety and a great overview of medicine, surgery and his patients’ overall health. Working on wildlife is definitely a joy for him and what better place to do that than in Tasmania.
Dr Scott wants to the help the animals and enjoy helping people as well. For him, becoming a vet fills both of these niches.
Desexing & Microchipping, Consultation, Surgery, Free Dental Checks, Vaccinations, On-site Pathology, X-rays & Ultrasound, Orthopaedics, Dentistry, Comfort Grooms
Critical Care and Emergency Facilities, Pet Insurance Information, Head Halter& Harnesses Fitted to Size
“Lovely staff that have an honest passion for animals and only want to give your pets the best service.” – Phillip G.
The Dog Clinic Hobart
Dr Raj Wicks graduated in Veterinary Science from The University of Queensland in 2000, after previously completing a Bachelor of Science (Animal Parisitology, Hons) in 1995. So as you can see Dr Wicks really enjoyed university life, but he thought it also gave him the life lessons to understand why he wanted to become a veterinarian. He really enjoys just focusing on the canine species and hence don’t miss getting swiped/scratched by cats!
Desexing, Orthopaedic, Dental, Soft Tissue, Opthalmic, Emergency Procedures, Health Checks, Vaccinations/Titre Testing, Flea & Tick Control, Worms, Microchipping, Radiography, Ultrasonography, Clinical Pathology, Pet Insurance, Specialist Referrals
“Great place for your dog! All the staff really cares for the animals and they give you a great service as well.” -Anamaria C.