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About the Clinic

  • We are committed to providing the ultimate in veterinary care for both small and large animals
  • Modern purpose built hospital
  • Well equipped to provide a full range of veterinary services
  • Equine restraint stocks and operating theatre
  • Disabled access

Lismore veterinary clinic is in a handy location next to Lismore Shopping Square with lots of off street parking. Don’t leave your pet in a hot car when you come to town – we will happily look after our clients pets while they go shopping free of charge.

We have a skilled and caring health care team providing a full range of veterinary services and accepting referrals for difficult cases.

It is our commitment to keeping updated with both equipment and knowledge that allows us to provide such a comprehensive range of veterinary services that are often only available in capital cities.

Our History
Lismore Veterinary Clinic was established in 1955 by Dr David Jones following in the footsteps of his father who was a veterinarian for the Pastures Protection Board. David wanted to provide the Northern Rivers with high quality professional veterinary care for both large and small animals. The practice had its humble beginnings in rooms under his first home at 79 Uralba street. As the practice grew a purpose built veterinary hospital was established a short distance away at the current address of 20-22 Uralba Street. Large animal facilities were added in 1985 and a major refurbishment in 1998 reinforced David’s commitment to provide Lismore and the surrounding districts with a professional and caring veterinary practice for many years to come.

David retired at the end of 2000 and Richard Creed who has been in partnership with David for the past ten years and David’s son, Nick Jones, entered into partnership at the beginning of this year. Together they will continue servicing the Far North Coast’s veterinary requirements and will always strive to maintain the high standard of veterinary practice set by David over the years. They are also committed to reinvesting in the hospital in order to expand the already extensive range of diagnostic and treatment facilities available.