Looking for an emergency Manly vet hospital?

NEVS provides after-hours emergency services across Manly and the Northern Beaches

Manly is famous for hosting the world’s first surf competition in 1964. The area around this iconic 1.5-kilometre stretch of idyllic sand is home to nearly 50,000 people.

We know thousands of dedicated pet owners living in Manly would do anything to save their dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, and other animals in an emergency. If you’re looking for an emergency Manly vet hospital, Northside Emergency Vet Services can help.

If your pet suffers an accident or becomes seriously ill outside of business hours, you can’t simply wait until morning. Our state-of-the-art provides 24-hour emergency vet services for pets in Manly.

16 Myoora Road

Terrey Hills NSW 2084

Get directions to find us in an emergency:

Having trouble locating us?

Talk to one of our friendly team members who can help you find your way.

Dangers to your dog lurking at the beach

Most dogs love a good romp along the beach, but there are some safety concerns that you should be aware of.

Dogs are not permitted at Manly Beach, but they might become critically ill or injured at local dog beaches or parks due to:

  • Drinking too much sea/salt water
  • Eating sand
  • Overheating
  • An allergic reaction to a blue bottle
  • Burning their paws on hot sand
  • Cutting themselves on shells
  • An attack from another dog

Not sure if your pet needs emergency vet care?

You may be unsure if your pet is sick enough to warrant getting out of bed in the middle of the night and dashing to NEVS.

Sometimes it’s obvious, for example, if your pet is bleeding heavily, has collapsed, or is struggling to breathe. In cases like this, you know they need help quickly.

Other emergency situations we commonly see in Manly are:

  • Snake bites
  • Tick paralysis
  • Poisoning (often from seemingly harmless sources like indoor plants that are toxic to dogs or cats)
  • Broken bones
  • Seizures
  • Swollen or suddenly bloated abdomen
  • Collapse
  • Inability to walk or stand
  • Birthing problems
  • Frequent vomiting and diarrhoea

All of the above are considered emergencies, and if your pet is showing signs or symptoms of any of them, we urge you to leave your Manly residence and bring your pet to NEVS as soon as possible.

If you can, let us know you’re coming, so we can prepare for your arrival.


Still unsure if your pet needs urgent care?

We would urge you to err on the side of caution. If your dog is showing signs of illness, discomfort or pain, there could be something very serious happening internally. Not all emergency conditions will have obvious external symptoms, and time is essential when these emergencies occur.

We are always here to help. If you’re unsure if your pet needs critical care, call us and we can talk to you about your pet’s symptoms and what you should do.

Call the experts at NEVS, your Manly emergency vet hospital.

We are highly recommended


PHONE: 02 9452 2933