Current 21/7/2021 MBVC

MBVC UPDATE – COVID 19 (Lockdown)
Level five public restrictions have been announced for all of South Australia commencing 6pm 20/7/21 and being reviewed Wednesday 28/7/2021.
*** Murray Bridge Veterinary Clinic will remain open as an essential service although our front door will be locked to walk in traffic ***
Please help us to keep our community safe by respecting the following guidelines.
• Upon arrival to the clinic please phone 08 8531 4000 to inform staff of your arrival. Please follow the staff directions. Please be aware that for some of our consultations, clients will not be able to enter the clinic. We understand this may cause some feelings of uncertainty for you and we welcome you to call and discuss prior to your appointment.
• Please answer all the screening questions that our staff will ask of you prior to any clinic interactions.
• Please ensure you are wearing a mask and maintaining social distancing and hygiene protocols when interacting with any of our team. This is to ensure we can continue to stay open during the lockdown and continue to provide care to you and your pets.
• We will continue to update you as things change.
As we have learnt from previous periods of restrictions, the clinic can get a large volume of phone calls from the public. Please be patient with the MBVC staff who are here to help you all through this uncertain time.
If we need to make any changes to your non-urgent appointments, we will contact you.
Please email us at mbvet@lm.net.au with any non-urgent questions, food or medication orders and we can have orders ready for collection.
As always, we sincerely thank all of our wonderful clients for their continued support.
The team at Murray Bridge Veterinary Clinic
  • • If you have been to any of the known exposure sites, are currently in self isolation or awaiting any COVID-19 tests please inform us prior to attending the clinic. We will work with you to find an alternative method of consultation. The exposure sites can be found using the following link www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/COVIDcontacttracing. This will also include anyone you are living with or have close contact with.
    • Please inform the staff prior to your visit if you come down with any cold or flu symptoms (even if you have not been to an exposure site).
    • Please use the QR code check in system every time you visit the clinic (or the manual form at reception).
    • Please use the hand sanitiser prior to entry to the clinic and on leaving.
    • Strictly one person to attend the clinic per pet.
Murray Bridge Vet Clinic Puppy Pre-School

Treating both small and production animals, our veterinarians and nursing staff are well qualified in the latest methods and technologies, in surgery and in the field.

Our clinic is fully equipped with the latest in medical technology.

Murray Bridge Vet Clinic Staff


The admission time for surgery and other procedures is between 8am - 8:30am, however other times can be arranged.

Don't feed your pet 12 hours prior to surgery, although water is permissible until the time of admission. This is to reduce the risk of vomiting while under general anesthetic.


Please keep dogs secure on leads and cats in containers.

We have collars, leads and cat cages available for purchase at the clinic.


By having our own extensive pharmacy we can offer you a one-stop-shop for all your veterinary needs. Some drugs legally require a consultation before being prescribed.

We can also provide repeat prescriptions on some medications and by phoning ahead we can offer you the convenience of having medications ready when you arrive.

AVA Practices of Excellende in Customer Service
Small Employer of the Year Award - Australian Training Awards 2011
Small Employer of the Year Award - South Australian Training Awards 2011