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Elgar Road

VETERINARY HOSPITAL

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Veterinarian in Box Hill

Welcome to Elgar Road
Veterinary Hospital

The Elgar Road site has been a veterinary clinic since the early ‘70s, with the cattery commencing in 1989. In December 1998 the Elgar Road Veterinary Hospital was opened & provides a wide range of services from veterinary expertise to grooming, cat boarding & puppy preschool. We also stock a comprehensive range of pet products.

As a small animal clinic & hospital we pride ourselves in offering an exceptional veterinary service, with a knowledgeable & committed team of veterinarians & a dynamic team of veterinary nurses. We are open 7 days a week & are able to advise you on a broad range topics & provide a service that is both professional & caring.

Veterinary Services in Box Hill
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Our staff are committed to providing your cat with the best care possible. We pride ourselves on getting to know each cat and do our utmost to ensure his/her individual needs are met.

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590 Elgar Road, Box Hill North VIC 3129 Phone: (03) 9899 9518

Little Dot was abandoned and bought into the clinic 2 weeks ago. One of our wonderful nurses Lucinda has been caring for her and giving her lots of love ... See MoreSee Less

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This story shows how important it is to keep the details on your pet's microchip up to date. ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks to the staff at Animal Aid for assisting in re-uniting Mason who has been living in the bush for 4years. When l moved from the Yarra Valley to Gippsland he ran off when the removal it's arrived...

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The much adored Devon Rex Pilot Jones . ... See MoreSee Less

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How's that for a smile from Bandit a gorgeous little Pembroke Corgi that we saw this week. ... See MoreSee Less

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It's important that we make feed time stimulating for our pets and not just give them "food on a plate". It is recommended that our pets (other than those with senility) have at least 3-4 different feeding toys/methods that you can alternate. You can buy feeders and treat toys, but it's also easy to make them yourself (there are lots of ideas on the internet). You can also hide food around the house, in a box or scatter it on the floor. Here is a very simple feed toy made from a toilet roll for Lee's cat Merlin. ... See MoreSee Less

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Veterinarian in Box Hill