Detailed Information

Student Veterinary Clinic at South Metropolitan TAFE offers veterinary services to students, staff, and the general public by appointment only. Located in Western Australia, the clinic is equipped to provide basic veterinary diagnosis, screening, medications, and treatments administered by students under the supervision of qualified veterinarian lecturers. The clinic also offers sterilization services for cats, dogs, and rabbits by appointment. For more complex treatments, the clinic can assist in referring clients to full-service veterinary clinics in the area.

As part of South Metropolitan TAFE, the clinic operates within a diverse educational institution that offers over 300 qualifications, from foundation courses to apprenticeships and diplomas. With campuses in Bentley, Carlisle, Fremantle, Murdoch, Rockingham, Thornlie, and Mandurah, the TAFE serves a student population of over 30,000 in Perth and has partnerships with institutions in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and South America. The TAFE is committed to creating futures for individuals and upholding values of diversity, respect for Aboriginal communities, and inclusivity.

The clinic’s team includes students gaining practical experience in veterinary care, supervised by experienced veterinarian lecturers. The clinic operates within the framework of the TAFE’s commitment to excellence in education and community service. For appointments and inquiries, individuals can contact the clinic directly. The clinic’s services are designed to provide valuable learning opportunities for students while offering essential veterinary care to animals in need.