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Welcome to Hayfields Veterinary Hospital

Our philosophy is to offer complete, compassionate care.

What we offer

We boast a modern range of diagnostic tools and treatments, all within a purpose built veterinary hospital where your pet will receive top quality care.

High quality patient care

Needs of patients come first for us

Hayfields Veterinary Hospital is a purpose built facility and is one of only a few registered veterinary hospitals in KZN.

Our hospital includes a dedicated operating theatre, climate controlled kennels, a basic laboratory, xray and ultrasound facilities.
Consultations run throughout the day and are booked on an appointment basis. Emergencies are seen as soon as possible and we endeavour to have a vet on duty throughout the day. After hours is shared between clinics in the area and the on call vet can be contacted by phoning the surgery.


Our Services

Learn more about our clinic as well as information about other interesting things.

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CONSULTING HOURS

Monday to Friday :
7:30 – 17:45
Saturday : 7:30-12:00
Sunday : 9:00-10:00 (for emergencies only)

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OUR VETS

Dr Derek Clover
Dr Greg Mills
Dr Cindi Leitch
Dr Andrea Paul

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