Gunnedah Pet Vet

Your local Animal Hospital and Clinic

A note to our customers
We remain open for business during this Covid-19 crisis, ring in advance on 02 6742 5585 so we can assist you.

About Us

Gunnedah Pet Vet is open for business, we provide a professional caring service for all your pet and working dogs needs. Veterinarian Ann Luke has been practising for 35 years so you can be assured of receiving experienced care in the treatment of your cat or dog.


Ann opened the vet clinic in 2005 to ensure consistency of service and high standards of care. It is always the same vet who will see to your pet, no chopping or changing with a different vet every visit!


This is possible as the clinic is dedicated to only small animals, as large animals (sheep cattle horses) are not part of the clinic's offerings. 

Ann Luke has been a veterinarian for over 30 years. Ann graduated from the University Of Sydney, and prior to setting up this clinic worked in various towns in NSW and Victoria seeing both large and small animals.

Ann prefers to operate a small animal only clinic where she is able to provide a consistent service to the pets of Gunnedah. The clinic operates as a boutique clinic with a dedicated team of vet nurses supporting Ann's vet work. 

With dedicated, trained staff your pet will be offered the best care available.

Ann's mobile for follow on care for your pet after hours is 0417 677 827



Wellness Exams

Wellness exams form a key part of the examination during annual vaccinations, but can be scheduled at any time. One pet year is equal to about 6 human years, so regular checkups are worthwhile. The examination includes checking the skin, eyes, ears, lymph nodes, limbs for soundness, teeth and mouth, heart and lungs. 

Spey & Castrate - neutering

Most dogs and cats make better pets when they are desexed. Talk to us if you have any questions. We operate every day, and your pet goes home the same afternoon. All pets receive pain medication (analgesia) which lasts for 24 hours. 

Your pet needs to fast for at least 6 hours prior to admitting for surgery, but can have water. 

Care after hours

Hospitalised patients are monitored according to needs after hours. Level of care will be discussed with owners when your pet needs to stay overnight.  


Parvovirus is prevalent in Gunnedah so vaccinating your dog every year is of the utmost importance. The vaccination also protects against Distemper and Hepatitis (C3), with optional canine cough cover (C5).

Cats also need annual vaccinations - feline enteritis and feline flu. We recommend vaccinating against feline AIDS and leukemia for outside cats. 


We have  a well equipped surgery and Veterinarian Ann Luke enjoys operating  - from the routine desexes to more complicated cases such as bladder stones and gastrointestinal foreign bodies.  

Our vet nursing staff are qualified and all patients are monitored with state of the art patient monitoring systems - leaving little room for anaesthetic complications. 


Microchipping all pets is the law in NSW. Microchips are tiny - about the size of a grain of rice. We mostly microchip pups at 6 weeks of age with their first vaccination. 

Dental Care

Does your pet have smelly breath? Call in for a free assessment. Your pet may need a dental. 

Radiology and Ultrasound

Digital radiology means a quick turnaround and excellent quality x rays. Pregnancy diagnosis from 25-28 days using ultrasound.

Anaesthetic monitoring

We have a multi system anaesthetic monitoring machine which allows for the ultimate in care for your pet when anaesthetised. 


Ann Luke

Ann is originally from Sydney and always yearned for a country life, and is very happy to call Gunnedah home (for the last 25 years). Ann enjoys both the hands on animal aspects of her job, as well as the business management aspects of the Pet Vet Clinic.     

Ann has high standards with respect to processes and management of the animals under her care. 

When not looking after the pets Ann enjoys gardening and spending time with her family 

Sidsel Crumbley

Sidsel was born in Denmark and now lives in Mullaley with her husband and daughter. Sidsel has a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and been working at Gunnedah Pet Vet since 2012. The Crumbley family has an assortment of dogs, poultry and fish. 

De-Anna (De) Tuckey

De comes from the Upper Hunter and has relocated to Gunnedah with her husband, two cats "Puss" and "Boots", and her kelpie Marco. 

De has her Cert III in Animal studies (Vet nursing), and has a keen interest in dog behaviour, currently completing further studies in low stress handling of pets.  

Tahni Hewitt

Tahni is a local, and is back in Gunnedah after a few years in Newcastle.

Tahni has a Certificate III in vet nursing and has nearly completed her Cert IV.


Tahni has two staffies which keep her occupied and always fill in any silence with their ability to talk to humans. 

Our Team

What Pet Owners Say

"Very Kind"

"Smiles and warm welcomes"

"Thank you so much for seeing me on Sunday Ann, both Frank and I really appreciate your kindness especially me as the upset owner."

"I always receive Prompt and efficient service. Smiles and warm welcomes."

"Great service"

"We have always had Ann treat any pet that we have had or I have now. Thanks for your great service, have been a client for many years!"

Lynda Wright

Cheryl Sharman

Jenny Urquhart




02 6742 5585



Mon - Fri: 8:30am - 5pm

(​​Sat by appt)


98 Barber Street Gunnedah
(next to the Fire Station or entry via the ALDI carpark)

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