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We believe that your companion deserves the personalised care and attention that can only be provided by your family veterinarian.


We pride ourselves in being able to spend the time to listen and then develop an individualised treatment plan.


Being a small team, our goal is to follow your four-legged friends’ progress as if they were one of our own.







A wellness exam is a type of preventative care. Preventative healthcare focuses on maintaining wellness and stopping health problems before they occur. Instead of waiting until a health issue occurs.



A microchip is a permanent method of electronic identification.


The chip itself is very small – about the size of a grain of rice – and is implanted subcutaneously (just under the skin) between the shoulder blades at the back of your pet's neck.


Each chip has a unique number that is detected using a microchip scanner



Vaccinations are required for all dogs and cats.


A vaccine administered to a healthy animal stimulates the immune system to mount an effective response to kill disease-causing microbes when the body is exposed to them.


Routine vaccinations are undertaken from when your pet is 6 to 8 weeks old. 


Your pet will require boosters at regular intervals and the most suitable schedule will be discussed with you when you first bring him/her in.



We have a wide range of surgical facilities and equipment.


This enables  us to perform sterile surgeries including soft tissue surgery and orthopaedic operations, as well as non-sterile surgeries such as bite wound treatments and abscess drainage.



As a small practice, and due to the lack of country veterinarians it impossible for us to be available 24 / 7. 


However, we aim to provide an emergency veterinary service until 8pm weekdays and 4pm Saturdays after which time we emergency veterinary care can be found at:


Animal Emergency Centre Adelaide

102 Magill Rd, Norwood SA 5067

(08) 8362 1722


or for large animals


Veterinary Health Centre - University of Adelaide

(08) 8313 1999  



Our vets have a keen interest in Large Animal Veterinary Care.

We provide an outcall service to your farm in the following areas:

Woodside     Charleston   Mt Torrens

Birdwood.     OakBank.     Balhannah

Verdun.         Hahndorf.    Brukunga

Little Hampton     Harrogate

If you are outside this area you are welcome to bring your animals to us at either or Woodside clinic or Mt Torrens Equine Facility. 

Under special circumstances we may travel outside this area, but please call to discuss your needs. 



The importance of regular dental care not only applies to people but to horses as well.


Our vets are trained and qualified to give your horses the best treatment, and also give you the best advice as to how to keep your horses mouth healthy over the years.


The clinic has a special interest in both Canine and Equine breeding.


Including frozen and chilled artificial insemination, semen collection, and embryo transfer.  



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Woodside Small Animals

87 Onkaparinga Valley Rd,

Woodside, SA.  5244

Tel:  08 - 8389 7947


Woodside Small Animals

9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Monday - Friday

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM


Closed Public Holidays 





The clinic has a special interest in breeding and reproduction, so when it comes time to grow the family please think of us. All the team is here to help answer your questions and produce the best outcome possible.

However, don’t forget we provide routine day to day veterinary care and advice for your dogs, cats, cows and horses. For a full list of our services please see our services section or contact the clinic.

Dr Jason Andrews: BSc (Hons) BVSc (Hons) MANCZS (Animal Reproduction)

I have been a companion animal veterinarian for 18 years, having spent my entire working career in country mixed and equine practice. My veterinary interests are wide and varied. However, I have a special interest in theriogenology (animal reproduction) particularly dogs and horses. Having recently completed specialist training at Charles Sturt University (Wagga Wagga) in comparative theriogenology becoming a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Surgeons (in Animal Reproduction).

 I  worked in Canberra, the Hunter Valley (Scone), an eventually owned a large mixed practice in the New England region of Northern NSW for a number of years but my wife and I always wanted to settle somewhere in the Adelaide Hills.

My wife Karen is a midwife, (very handy when it comes to foaling time) and we have 2 adult children. Amy, our daughter, is a registered nurse, and is currently at CSU in her final year of veterinary science (so you will see her in the clinic very soon!) and Alex our son, who is an electrician in Sydney. And then there are our dogs!!

My personal interests include horses, and I am currently lucky enough to be competitively eventing a number of horses that I have bred using imported frozen semen. My wife and daughter also both ride, again on horses we bred. We also like to keep fit, eat good food and drink red wine, hopefully we have come to the right part of the country for that.

Dr Amy Andrews BN. BVetBio/BVetSc.

Dr Nora Henry DVM BVsc (Vet Bioscience)

Dr Nora Henry joined the team at the Adelaide Hills Veterinary Services in August 2019. She graduated with a  Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Adelaide Roseworthy Campus in 2018, before moving up to Port Augusta to work at a mixed practice clinic. During her studies at Roseworthy Nora developed a personal interest in theriogenelogy (animal reproduction), and since graduating has broadened her area of personal interest to also include small animal dentistry and dermatology.

Nora grew up on a hobby farm in regional Victoria. She moved to South Australia for University studies and decided to settle here with her partner Adrian and her horse, King.  Nora’s hobbies include riding her horse, competitive long distance running and camping.


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