To provide open, honest care that meets the needs of every patient who comes through our doors and their family.
Founded in 2018, Beach and Bay proudly carries on a 30 year tradition of service to the Empire Bay and Central Coast community, and their family pets.
Our aim is to provide honest genuine care for the four legged members of your family.
We are always happy to have an open and honest discussion about your expectations of us and of what we can do for your families animals.
We are a full service general practice whose services include general health care, vaccinations, puppy preschool, orthopaedic surgery, dental surgery, emergency care, full in-house biochemistry and clinical pathology.
We pride ourselves on staying up to date with the latest veterinary knowledge and services. Attending and sharing continuing education conferences, seminars and practical workshops is a compulsory part of every veterinarian’s contribution to Beach and bay. Though our vets are so passionate and interested that they’d do it anyway!
We know that your pets are important to you and that every family’s situation is different. We pride ourselves on being able to give the highest standard of care appropriate for your family’s situation, providing options for you to choose from.
Come join us at the clinic! Free Santa photos with your animals! Clinic tours – see behind the scenes and practice being a vet! Wildlife talks and demos, with beautiful native animals! Fire trucks! Cupcakes! Giveaways and more! Saturday Dec 1, 9am – 1pm At Beach and Bay Vet 436 Empire Bay Drive, Empire Bay, […]
Walking on the beach with our dogs is one of the favourite activities of many of the team at Beach and Bay Vet. We are so lucky on the Central Coast to have access to loads of leash-free beaches and parks. If your 4-legged pal is fully vaccinated and interacts well with new dogs, people and kids, these […]
For this first newsletter we wanted to let all our new and continuing clients know that paralysis tick ‘season’ on the coast is now a year-long issue. We have been seeing tick cases through the traditional ‘off-season months’ – the cooler winter and autumn months – and we are now recommending tick protection year-round. With many excellent tick […]