Please note that U-Vet has adjusted its emergency service hours. Small animal emergency cases will now be available from 8am–8pm Monday to Saturday. Visit our Emergency page for more information.

Full information and regular updates will be provided  through our Facebook pages @UVetWerribee and @UVetWerribeeEquine and on our dedicated COVID-19 page.

U-Vet Werribee Animal Hospital

Emergency (Open 8am–8pm, Monday to Saturday)
Pets: +61 3 9731 2000
Equine: +61 3 9731 2268

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You’ve found injured wildlife… now what?

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Service update: Upgraded 3.0 Telsa MRI now available

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Listen: How to avoid racehorses' injuries while maximising performance

30 October 2020
In this Dean’s Research Seminar, Professor Chris Whitton discussed research led by his team at the U-Vet Equine Centre to develop world-first training guidelin...

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U-Vet Emergency & Critical Care
Open 8am-8pm, 7 days, 365 days a year
Pets: (03) 9731 2000
Equine: (03) 9731 2268

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