UQ VETS Production Animal Service

The UQ VETS Production Animal Service provides routine and emergency mobile veterinary services to farms within a 70-kilometre radius of UQ’s Gatton campus.

Our highly trained large-animal vets care for beef and dairy cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, poultry and alpaca.

Our services include individual animal medicine, surgery and reproduction, and on-farm herd health including reproductive and preventive medicine.

We also offer a disease investigation service to assist owners and veterinarians.

An after-hours 24/7 emergency ambulatory service is available.

Standard Opening Hours

Business hours: Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm
Emergency hours: 24 hours, 7 days
Phone: 07 5351 5051
Email: uqvets.pas@uq.edu.au

Our team

Vets

Vet nurses

  • Courtney Stewart
  • Molly O’Connell

COVID-19 (coronavirus) advice: latest information

UQ VETS continues to be available for all of your animal's veterinary requirements with the health and wellbeing of our staff, students, clients and patients as our first priority.

when you arrive for your appointment we ask that you still wear a face mask when inside our clinics due to difficulties with social distancing in our available space. If you do not have your own mask our team will happily provide you with one.

We encourage you to call our friendly reception team to discuss your animal's individual circumstances. Before your appointment, please read and follow the below precautionary measures.

  • For on-farm visits When you call we will triage the patient over the phone and collect as much history as possible before we arrive. 
  • When our team arrives they will be wearing PPE and if you are unable to socially distance we ask you to consider wearing a mask also. If you do not have a mask our team can supply you with one. 
  • If we visit your property, please have present only enough people required to restrain your animal – 1 to 2 people maximum. 
  • If you are feeling unwell, please find a healthy person to meet us. 

If you have an emergency please call ahead on 5351 5051 so that we can discuss your animal’s condition over the phone and determine the best plan of action. 

These precautionary measures are in effect as of May 3, 2022.  

We continue to take the latest advice from the state and federal governments and their medical advisers.

Latest advice from UQ

Find the latest COVID-19 (coronavirus) advice for the UQ community.