Love That Pet: Your Local Eastwood Vet

At Love That Pet, we have one simple goal: to improve and extend the life of your pet.

At Love That Pet our veterinary team is trusted with the care of hundreds of pets within the Eastwood community each and every year. Over the years we feel lucky to have developed such strong local community ties, that’s why we’ve made it our mission to provide our Eastwood vet clients and their pets with Amazing Care, Astounding Value and Awesome Service every time they visit our Vet Clinic & Pet Wellbeing Campus.

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Phone We are open:
02 9888 1833 Monday: 7.00am–8.00pm
Address Tuesday: 7.00am–8.00pm
Vet & Pet Wellbeing Campus Wednesday: 7.00am–8.00pm
384 Lane Cove Rd Thursday: 7.00am–8.00pm
 North Ryde NSW 2113 Friday: 7.00am–8.00pm
Saturday: 9.00am-5.00pm
Sunday: 9.00am-1.00pm

Our Vet Clinic & Pet Wellbeing Campus

We provide a complete lifestyle solution for Eastwood’s furry family members.

At Love That Pet we provide our customers and their pets with industry leading standards of care for veterinary medicine as well as pioneering and an innovative approach to preventative wellbeing designed to help improve and extend the life of every pet we touch. It is this blended approach to companion animal care that continues to inspire so many pet owners from Eastwood to make the trip to our vet clinic every year.

Our Veterinary Services

Your local Love That Pet vet provides a wide range of veterinary services to make accessing amazing care easy for our customers and their pets in the Eastwood area.


Your local Love That Pet Campus is located in North Ryde just a short 10 minute drive from the heart of Eastwood. From wellbeing consultations and vaccinations to dentistry and surgery we offer a full-suite of veterinary services with a unrivalled level of care.


At Love That Pet we know that with all life throws at you it can sometimes be hard to make it to the vet and, lets face it, some of our pets simply dislike a trip to the local vet. That’s why our mobile Eastwood vet service makes regular visits to our furry friends in and around the Eastwood area. This ensures your pet can get the care they need in the comfort of their own home.

Why Choose Us?

When it comes to choosing a trusted Eastwood vet for your furry family members, we think it’s best to let our customers tell you why they keep coming back to Love That Pet:

“Amazing customer service. Thank you :)”
Michael B, Eastwood

“The vet was great – identified a problem with our bunny
and fixed it right there and then. Advised on future care.
Excellent friendly staff.”
Shirley R, Eastwood

“Good service. Vet explained everything well
and knew how to handle my pet.”
Kevin K, Eastwood

“Staff care about our pets and are very willing to accommodate
around appointment times where possible.”
Coral S, Eastwood

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Discover Eastwood

Our Vets and Nurses share their favourite local places to visit between caring for your pets.

Eastwood’s main commercial district is situated close to Eastwood railway station. The area’s major shopping mall, Eastwood Shopping Centre, opens up onto Eastwood Plaza. It is situated right in the middle of town and includes a Woolworths. Eastwood Plaza contains a fountain and various cafes with al fresco seating. Eastwood has made a name for itself as an Asian shopping area, and is home to many Asian grocers, specialty stores and Chinese and Korean restaurants. Thanks to the cultural background of its many shoppers, Eastwood now plays host to numerous Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Hong Kong, Cantonese and Singaporean eateries. But of all the places in Eastwood, these are the favourite spots of our veterinary crew:

If you are looking for a trusted Eastwood Vet your local Love That Pet is located in North Ryde just a short trip from Eastwood along Balaclava Road and Epping Road. Our easy parking options and extended opening hours make dropping off and picking up your pet from the vet a breeze. We look forward to welcoming you into our fur family.

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