In Emergency

SASH is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for any Vet Animal Hospital Emergency in Sydney.
Call (02) 9889 0289.


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SASH Vets Emergency Address

SASH is located at 1 Richardson Place within the Riverside Corporate Park complex in North Ryde, Sydney.

SASH Vets Emergency Directions

From the North, access Delhi Rd via the M2 or Epping Rd. From the south, access Delhi Rd via Epping Rd from the Lane Cove Tunnel. Go straight through the intersection at Delhi & Plassey Rds. From Chatswood, access Delhi Rd from Fullers Rd.

The Riverside Corporate Park is accessed from Delhi Rd by turning into Julius Avenue (opposite the Quest Hotel). Richardson Place is the first left.

The main SASH building is located on level 1 of the AB Mauri building. There is ample parking adjacent to the building on both sides with access to the buildings via stairs. Ramp access is accessed by following the signs down the driveway to the right of the main building, around the new SASH wing at the back (see maps).

SASH Vets Emergency Help

If your pet is unable to walk or you are in an emergency situation, please let our friendly staff know ahead of time and we can help you from your car.

Try and call ahead on (02) 9889 0289 so we can be prepared to care for your sick or injured pet. The front door will be locked after hours for security reasons, so as you arrive, please press the doorbell and we will attend to you ASAP.

When do pets need to come to emergency?

Call if you are unsure, but some of the reasons you might bring your pet to emergency include:

  • Changes to breathing (faster breathing, breathing harder, panting excessively)
  • Snake bites
  • Paralysis ticks
  • Overheating
  • Excessive coughing, vomiting or diarrhoea
  • Straining to urinate or defecate
  • Collapsing or severe weakness/fatigue
  • Paralysis or inability to move normally
  • Ingesting poisons such as: rat bait, snail or slug bait, antifreeze, human or pet prescription medication, chocolate, macadamia nuts, grapes, raisins or sultanas
  • Trauma such as being hit by a car, falling off a balcony or dog or cat fights
  • Vomiting blood
  • Abdominal bloating
  • Distress or drooling after eating a bone or other object
  • Eating a fishhook or anything not meant to be ingested
  • Any condition causing excessive pain

See our Emergency service here.