Welcome to Lynne Bodell Vet Clinic
At Lynne Bodell Veterinary Clinic, we have old fashioned values where we consider our clients and patients as part of our ‘family’.
Centrally located in 56 Chaston St, we offer a broad range of quality services to give your pets the best possible care that you expect from a veterinary practice at an affordable price.
One of the biggest differences you will find with our clinic is that although we offer all the most up to date treatments, having over 30 years of experience, we understand that you live in the ‘real world’. We love our pets and want the best for them however sometimes real life contributes to your choices, whether it be financial, health or other.
Every situation is different so we work with owners to tailor the best option for all concerned whether it be every possible procedure necessary down to just palliative care.
General Health Care
Vaccination & Parasite Protection
Surgery - Orthopaedic & Soft Tissue Surgery
Lab testing for Disease Diagnosis
Behavior & Nutrition Advice
Radiology (including Penn hip accredited)
We at the Lynne Bodell Veterinary Clinic are excited to introduce the addition of a “K-Laser”. The machine offers therapeutic laser treatments for advanced pain relief and enhanced tissue/wound healing.
Lynne Bodell - BVSc MANZCVSc
Lynne (often referred to as the “old girl”) graduated from Sydney Uni in 1984. After a brief period as a locum around the Riverina and NE Victoria , settled in Wagga Wagga.
She opened her own clinic in 1986 in Wagga Wagga and here she has remained (with a couple of location changes along the way).
After further studies, Lynne was admitted as a Member of the Australian and NZ College of Veterinary Scientists in 1993 in Canine Medicine.
Lynne’s hobbies include rottweilers and horses. At her farm, Coorparoo Park, Lynne together with her husband Rob, have established an equine training and rehabilitation facility which specialises in the training and rehabilitation of racehorses.
Lynne is known for her practical and down to earth approach to life which she also extends to the veterinary practice.