Welcome to the Main Ridge Veterinary Clinic
The Main Ridge Veterinary Clinic was established in 1980 and has been proudly servicing the towns and properties of the Mornington Peninsula since. We are committed to providing the highest level of compassionate patient care and excellent client service. We strive to provide the most advanced and current diagnostic and therapeutic options. The clinic is equipped with modern equipment, an extensive pharmacy, and an on-call doctor available for emergency service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We service all walks of life including horses, cattle, sheep, goats, alpacas, dogs, cats, rabbits and anything smaller...
We are dedicated to providing high quality health care at a competitive price.
A big part of our local community
Our Veterinary Clinic has been an integral part of our local community for years. In that time, we’ve helped thousands of our clients cats & dogs, rabbits & guinea pigs, birds, horses and even a few snakes. Being so strongly integrated with our local community is important to us and our clients. Our customers know by experience that they can rely on us for sound advice and treatment options and that their pet is in the very best hands with our team.
• Veterinary Examinations and Treatments for all large and small animals
• Surgery, Dentistry & Xrays
• Microchipping for identification
• Behaviour and Training advice
• Puppy Pre-school
• Food & Pet Supplies
• Friendly advice
• Electrocardiography (ECG)
• Blood Pressure monitoring
• Microscopy: Cytology & Urinalysis
• In-house Blood Testing
• Soft tissue surgery
• Orthopedic surgery: Fracture Fixation & Cruciate Tendon Repair
• Dental surgery: Ultrasonic Scaling & Surgical Extractions
Main Ridge Veterinary Clinic offers early age puppy pre-school
run by Nicole White.
Please contact the Clinic on (03) 59 896 232 for more infomation
or to book a place in the program.
For all emergency after hour’s calls, there is a veterinarian on call
PLEASE RING OUR NORMAL NUMBER "5989 6232"
to obtain the “ON CALL” Vet number.
This may just require over the phone advice or examination
of the animal at the clinic. On some occasions you may be referred to
The Animal Emergency Centre.