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  1. Congenital Heart Disease
  2. Canine Cardiomyopathies
  3. Arrhythmia Management

Cardiology for Dogs in Brisbane

Yeronga Vet Surgery prides itself in its top-tier and dedicated team of cardiology professionals that treat each patient with the utmost care. Not only does our cardiology team offer health examinations and diagnosis for dogs, but also ensures the best medical treatment for our patients.

Our cardiology experts are equipped with the most advanced technology to ensure proper and on-time diagnoses including radiography, ultrasound machines, electrocardiography, lab tools and etc. Our extensive cardiology ensures a methodical approach to our patient’s treatment.

Yeronga Vet Surgery provides cardiology for dogs to ensure your pet enjoys a long and happy life.

Some of our cardiology services dogs include:

  • Dog Heart Murmur

    Dog Heart Murmur

    A heart murmur in your dog refers to an irregular heartbeat which occurs due to a disruption in the blood circulation.

  • Congestive Heart Failure

    Congestive Heart Failure

    Congestive heart failure may occur when your dog is frequently overwrought with fatigue, experiences loss or shortness of stamina, doesn’t engage in physical activities and is found coughing during rest time.

  • Dog DCM

    Dog DCM

    Dilated cardiomyopathy is a hereditary disease, mostly found in larger breeds in which the heart muscles enlarge.

  • Dog Enlarged Heart

    Dog Enlarged Heart

    Enlarged heart condition in dogs is a serious illness which must be given immediate medical treatment. In extreme condition, the lungs are likely to be filled with fluid, causing difficulty in breathing or failure of heart.

  • Puppy Heart Murmur

    Puppy Heart Murmur

    Puppy heart murmurs should be examined by cardiology experts to diagnose the symptoms of at-birth heart disease.

  • Dilated Cardiomyopathy

    Dilated Cardiomyopathy

    Dilated cardiomyopathy in dogs is a disease in which the heart expands beyond normalcy and fails to circulate blood effectively throughout the body.

  • HCM in Dogs

    HCM in Dogs

    Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is one of the least common cardiac diseases in dogs, which reduces the size of the chamber, causing the cardiac outflow to diminish.

  • Dog Heart Disease

    Dog Heart Disease

    Heart diseases in dogs may occur when your dog shows signs of difficulty in exercises, shortness of breath, swelling in the abdomen, weakness, fainting and etc.

Cardiology for Cats in Brisbane

The cardiology specialists at Yeronga Vet Cardiology are determined to provide your cat with the care they deserve. Incorporating highly advanced medical technology, our team ensures your cat is examined on time in-depth including consultation, diagnosis, testing, which are followed by surgical or non-surgical treatments.

Our priority as a team is to guarantee that your pet receives immediate care and treatment to minimize any impending health risks.

Some of our cardiology services for cats include:

  • Cat Heart Murmur

    Cat Heart Murmur

    A cat heart murmur signifies an irregular or disturbed heart beating pattern, typically caused by unsteady blood circulation.

  • HCM in Cats

    HCM in Cats

    In this condition, the muscles on the walls around your cat’s heart might increase or thicken, which causes a decline in the effectiveness of the heart’s performance.

  • Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

    Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

    In this condition, the heart muscle increases in its thickness, causing the heart’s performance to falter, which also affects the blood circulation throughout the body.

  • HCM in Kittens

    HCM in Kittens

    Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is typically found in cats with cardiology risks.

  • Kitten Heart Murmur

    Kitten Heart Murmur

    The benign heart murmur in kittens is harmless and may resolve within the first 6 months of their birth. However, if the murmur continues, it must be examined by a cardiologist.

  • Cardiomyopathy


    This is one of the most serious heart diseases found among cats, which causes the heart to underperform, causes poor blood circulation and even may lead to heart failure.

  • Congestive Heart Failure

    Congestive Heart Failure

    Congestive heart failure is caused when the blood isn’t properly pump in your cat’s body. In this case, as the blood flow is restricted, the lungs may fill up with fluid, causing disturbance in breathing.

  • Cat Enlarged Heart

    Cat Enlarged Heart

    Cat enlarged heart may occur due to some overlooked or primary conditions such as hypertension, hyperthyroidism or due to genetics.


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Non invasive

Our experts conduct a non-invasive and non-abrasive treatment procedure for our patients.

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The cardiology services and treatment we offer is budget-friendly. We do not have any hidden charges, and our prices are market competitive.

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No Distress

Our experts are highly qualified and experienced when it comes to cardiology treatments, ensuring minimum pain or discomfort for your pet. Our goal is to eliminate any distress that our patient might experience.

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No Anesthesia

We do not use anesthesia unless it is required in the procedure. Our goal is to usher in smooth and quick recovery.

Meet our Specialist

Dr. Geoff Nicholson

BVSc (Hons I) MVETSTUD Dipl. ECVIM-CA (Cardiology)

Geoff graduated with honours from the University of Queensland in 2011, he completed a 12 month rotating internship at the University of Queensland Veterinary Teaching Hospital. In 2013 Geoff commenced a 3-year ECVIM approved cardiology residency at the University of Sydney Veterinary Teaching Hospital. In 2017 he successfully passed the examination to obtain Diplomate status in the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine – Companion Animals, in the subspecialty of Cardiology. After gaining his specialist qualification, Geoff moved to Melbourne where he worked as a mobile cardiologist for 12 months. In 2018 he returned to South East Queensland to establish Veterinary Cardiac Services.


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I have been a patient of Yeronga Vet Clinic for over 20 years and wouldn’t go anywhere else. Dr Lisca and the team are second to none. Recently my 3 year old Labradoodle Daisy ruptured her cruciate ligament and underwent surgery. The professionalism and care Daisy received was top class. I would recommend Yeronga Vet Clinic to anyone looking for a great vet service for their fur baby.

We first came to Yeronga Veterinary Surgery nearly 4 years ago, carrying our tiny black Labrador puppy Delilah in, hoping to find some guidance and caring attention, and just a little bit of shared dog-madness. Well, we were in luck, and we have never looked back. The team at Yeronga Vet Surgery have been nothing short of exceptional at every step of our journey with them. From the basics of preventative care to important surgeries (and the odd mini-emergency thanks to our hungry labradors…) everyone has been both professional and welcoming, and more importantly, extremely good at their jobs! I am constantly blown away by the care and attention we receive, and the fact that our dogs cry with excitement when we pull into the street says it all. We’ve never had dogs who are so excited to visit the vet. We can’t recommend the team highly enough – they are exceptional.

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Yeronga Vet have alway been wonderful in their professionalism and care over the years for those furrier members of the family, adding a healthy dose of genuine sympathy for those less routine difficult visits.