Bellarine Veterinary Practice, Geelong has been providing quality care to pets and owners for more than 40 years. In that time we have developed a reputation for quality veterinarian service and care that sets us apart from most practices.
Our talented and dedicated team of vets, vet nurses, pet groomers and support staff are committed to being honest, reliable and caring and to be being part of a fun and united work force. We insist on these qualities when recruiting veterinarians and support staff. Quite simply, our aim is to provide the best individual solutions for all pet problems. We offer a wide range of veterinarian services, comprehensive vet health programs, dog grooming and Geelong’s favourite dog training services, including puppy training and behaviour consultations.
Bellarine Veterinary Practice treats a wide range of animals, including cats, dogs, birds, rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, mice, ferrets, birds, other pocket pets and more. If you have any questions about the kinds of pets we care for, or our business, read our FAQ, or contact the friendly veterinarian team at any one of our six locations. And keep an eye out for Bellarine Veterinary Practice news and developments. We’re always striving to improve our fantastic services.
Bellarine Veterinary Practice’s commitment to pets and their owners extends to the Geelong and Bellarine community. We have developed strong community links through sponsorship and work experience programs, and are proud of the role we’ve played in building such a vibrant community.
We can tell you how proud we are of our services and staff, but the best way for you to find out for yourself is to make an appointment to visit our one of our six Bellarine Veterinary Practice locations across Geelong and the Bellarine.
Queens Birthday trading hoursOn the Queens Birthday Monday 10th June, our Newcomb clinic will be open from 11am-12pm for emergencies & triage cases only. Please call 52482009 or proceed directly to 65 Coppards Road, Newcomb. For all emergencies outside these hours please call 52222139 or proceed directly to Geelong Animal Emergency 102 Fyans Street, Geelong
What do yellow leads & ribbons on dogs mean?A YELLOW lead helps raise awareness that a dog needs some space. There are many reasons why a dog may need space: Newly adopted Learning self-control around other dogs In- training Illness or recovering from surgery Shyness of people Fearful of unfamiliar or rowdy Intolerance of other animal Fearful of unfamiliar people Aging and elderly Injuries or painful physical conditions...
Doggy Day Spa Grooming at Bellarine Veterinary Practice. GeelongLooking to get your pets groomed – don’t miss out! Our popular grooming teams are so busy that they are now booked out 1-2 weeks in advance and we highly recommend that all clients forward book their appointments. Our grooming services are available Monday – Friday and rotate amongst our different clinic locations. Please call us on 52482009 if you’d like...