Be Covid Safe

Chelsea Veterinary Hospital is a COVID-SAFE business

Please follow the signs at the hospital for social distancing and other directions.

Before entering, please check in using the COVID Safe Check-in app or fill in the Record of Visitors at the desk.

Face masks must in place while in the building.

If you are in self-isolation or if you or a family member have experienced a fever, cough, sore throat or shortness of breath, then please do not visit the clinic at this time.

The health and safety of our clients, visitors, staff and the wider community, as well as our patients, remains our top priority, as always, and we are following all government guidelines.


August is pet dental health month with 10% off for all pets.

Book in now on 96391200 to avoid missing out. This offer is only for the month of August. We are offering free dental check-ups for all pets.


New arrangements for consultations

Consultations are by appointment only.

If you wish to enquire about making an appointment, please phone 96391200.


Chelsea Veterinary Hospital
Baulkham Hills

Address: 472 Windsor Rd, Baulkham Hills, NSW 2153
Phone: (02) 9639 1200

Chelsea Veterinary Hospital Baulkham Hills provides professional and caring treatment for all your pets.

We know that helping our clients begins with providing a good understanding of health issues and treatment options. You’ll then be equipped to make the best ongoing health care decisions for your pet.

We have fully-equipped examination rooms, diagnostic machines, digital x-ray, operating theatre, pharmacy and hospital areas.

The hospital is conveniently located on Windsor Rd, and has plenty of parking space.

Chelsea Veterinary Hospital has been part of the Hills community for decades. In that time, we’ve helped thousands of our clients with their dogs, cats, rabbits and other animals, and native animals too.


Rabbit owners urged to vaccinate

If your rabbit is unvaccinated or hasn't been vaccinated in the last 6 months, we urge you to vaccinate now because of the Hills Shire Council's annual release of Rabbit Calicivirus, also known as Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus.

The deliberate release of Calicivirus in October every year is done to try to reduce the population of feral rabbits in the Council's public parks and reserves.

Calicivirus causes death in rabbits. It's untreatable. It's spread through rabbit-to-rabbit contact or via biting insects (especially mosquitoes).

Pet rabbits can be infected and killed by the virus. If your rabbit hasn't been vaccinated in the last 6 months, please contact us to vaccinate your rabbit.


Stray dogs and cats

Scanning for a microchip

When people find stray dogs or cats, they often bring them to a vet to see if they have a microchip.

Unfortunately, we are no longer able to scan stray animals for a microchip.

Vet hospitals are not permitted by law to hold uninjured stray animals.

Please note that the finder of a stray animal is legally responsible for them.

According to the Companion Animals Act, the finder of a stray animal must take them to an official animal holding facility, such as the council pound, or return them to the owner (if known), as soon as practicable.



Chelsea Veterinary Hospital

472 Windsor Rd, Baulkham Hills, NSW 2153
Phone: 96391200


Clinic Hours

Consultations are by appointment.

We are closed on Sundays

If you wish to make an appointment, please phone 96391200.

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