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Latrobe Veterinary Hospital changed closing time weeknights

June 14, 2020 9:56 am Published by Comments Off on Latrobe Veterinary Hospital changed closing time weeknights

From 15th June 2020 Latrobe Veterinary Hospital will close at 8PM on weeknights. We will remain available for any urgent cases, where telephone contact is made with the practice prior to closing time.

COVID-19 Response

April 3, 2020 4:17 pm Published by Comments Off on COVID-19 Response

Latrobe Veterinary Group has a Covid19 protection policy in place and in doing so we have had to make a lot of changes in the way we operate in both clinics. ✔️ Please do not attend the clinic if you are unwell, awaiting Covid test results, or have tested positive. Please ring us to discuss […]

We’re back in Morwell!

December 21, 2019 3:31 pm Published by Comments Off on We’re back in Morwell!

After a lot of work to find and set up a suitable clinic, we are ready to re-open in Morwell, on 23rd December 2019. The new clinic is at 19 Hoyle St, very close to the old one. It is small, but sweet. We look forward to seeing all our Morwell clients at this new […]

Rat Bait

November 29, 2019 3:40 pm Published by Comments Off on Rat Bait

As the weather get cooler, rats and mice move inside to find shelter and in order to stop the mouse and rat infestations, rat bait is laid out to manage this. Unfortunately this means that we start to see more rat bait toxicity cases, as bait can be temping for your pet as well. Rodenticides […]

Morwell clinic update

November 29, 2019 1:31 pm Published by Comments Off on Morwell clinic update

Exciting news! As a lot of you know our Morwell clinic has been closed due to fire damage. We are pleased to announce that we have recently found somewhere suitable in Morwell to open up a pop up vet clinic and are in the process of setting it up. We hope to be open before […]

Dangers of the BBQ

November 29, 2019 12:13 pm Published by Comments Off on Dangers of the BBQ

Summer is a fantastic time for a barbeque. However, something that is so much fun for us can pose some very serious risk to our pets. Meat and bones Sausages are delicious, but remember that, one thin Woolies sausage can be almost 25% of your dogs’ daily energy requirements. To put that into perspective that […]


November 26, 2019 4:22 pm Published by Comments Off on Grooming

When the seasons change you may start to see your pets coat start to shed and change.  Sometimes they may need help from you to help shed this old hair. Dogs Dogs coats vary from breed to breed, some dogs simply require brushing to help remove excess hair, whereas some require clipping to help keep […]

Fireworks and thunder phobia

November 26, 2019 4:03 pm Published by Comments Off on Fireworks and thunder phobia

We all know pets can be scared of fireworks and thunder, which is understandable because fireworks are scary! They are a loud BANG out of nowhere followed by crackles and more loud bangs. They just don’t understand what it is! Anytime there are fireworks or a storm there are scared animals brought into vet clinics […]

Heat stroke

November 26, 2019 3:40 pm Published by Comments Off on Heat stroke

Dogs and cats can overheat quite quickly, this is because they do not sweat thought their skin, they expel heat by pant and sweating through the paw pads and nose. Therefore it take longer to cool down then for humans. This also means that temperature changes that may not bother us to much can raise […]

Car Sickness in dogs

November 21, 2019 1:29 pm Published by Comments Off on Car Sickness in dogs

Car sickness is an unenjoyable experience for all involved. It can be triggered by stress, motion sickness, or even a combination of both.  We have compiled a few tips to help you on your next car trip. 1. Start slowly Begin car training by sitting quietly and gently petting and praising your pup in the […]