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Indigo Veterinary Services

Beechworth, North East Victoria

Our aim is to provide you and your animals with the best possible veterinary care.

Indigo Veterinary Services provides the communities of Beechworth, Yackandandah and surrounding areas with access to a professional and caring veterinary team of experienced veterinarians and nurses. We will provide thorough and practical advice for owners of small and large animals to ensure the well being of their pets, horses and livestock.

Our veterinary practice is fully equipped and we offer the benefits of personalised service that you get from a small clinic, with the diversity of expertise that can usually only be achieved by a large practice.

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Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am–5:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am–5:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am–5:30pm
Thursday 8:30am–5:30pm
Friday 8:30am–5:30pm
Saturday 9am–12pm
Sunday Closed

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need to have an appointment?

    An appointment Is required for consultations for small and large animals. Consultations for small animals are available usually between 9am and 11am, and from 3pm to 5pm, Monday to Friday, and from 9 am to 12 pm on Saturdays. Some appointments are available for nurse consultations (for example, arthritis Injections, post surgery check-ups and dental health checks) throughout the day, but we recommend you ring to check for availability prior to coming into the clinic.

    Farm visits and home visits also require an appointment. Some small ruminants may be brought into the hospital if they can be carried or a controlled with collars or halters.

    In the event of a farm animal or equine emergency we will do our best to get to your animal as soon as possible, but if we are unable to get to your animal in an appropriate timeframe then we may advise you to seek alternative veterinary attention.

  • Where do I take my pet in case of emergency?

    If your pet is seriously unwell or suffered a major accident and needs emergency attention and care, please ring our main hospital phone number and talk to our staff to ensure the best course of action. We will usually advise you to come to the hospital immediately for emergency attention, unless extraordinary circumstances require an alternate course of action.

  • How often should I get my pet wellness checked?

    We recommend that all pets have a health check at least once or twice a year, which consists of a comprehensive physical examination. The veterinarian may make recommendations about the need for blood or urine testing, or other monitoring tests for general organ function.

    Your pet’s body is aging at a much higher rate than your own. The passage of one year in a pet’s life may equate to 5 or more years of your own aging.

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