If find a pet wandering the streets the best thing to do is bring them to a vet clinic or ring the council ranger.  This keeps them safe by getting them off the street and gives their owner the best change in finding them.

We are an academic associate of Melbourne Universities Veterinary program.
Students studying Veterinary Medicine are required to do training in a Veterinary Clinic to get practical training with animals and clients to complete their course.

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Cupcake day for the RSPCA is an initiative to help raise money for the animals, shelters and inspectors across Australia. Mt Evelyn Veterinary Hospital raised over $400 in our inaugural year of supporting this event, and will be looking to make this bigger and better in the future.

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We take in injured wildlife free of charge (this does not include wildlife that are being pests) our vets will check them over then treat and find carers for or refer to Healesville Sanctuary vets as needed.

 

Kitten season traditionally runs between September and Feburary.  During this time many people find abandoned litters and bring them into the clinic. 

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Mt Evelyn Vet Clinic is involved in an exciting program called PetPEP (Pets and People Education Program) which is an initiative of the Australian Veterinary Association in primary schools throughout Australia.

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40 Hereford Road Mt Evelyn, VIC 3796
P: 9736 3088 F: 9736 2682
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