Herriot House Veterinary Surgery was formed in 1989 from a heritage house. The aim was, and remains, to provide quality care in a pleasant environment.  The original house was renovated within heritage guidelines and the beautiful gardens have several awards.

Herriot House Veterinary Surgery prides itself on being involved with the local community by offering:

  • High school work experience placements
  • University veterinary student placements for final practical work
  • Vets on the ethics committee at the USQ

  • Free treatment and food for Toowoomba Police dogs

  • Free examinations of dogs at the Toowoomba Dog Obedience trials

  • Free treatment for wildlife
  • Free treatment for injured stray pets

Quality service and a well-equipped surgery has built a reputation for caring treatment that is second to none.