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Danni from Reach Out Wildlife Australia & Chris from Kangaloola Wildlife Shelter Inc. have been stalking this kangaroo for weeks to try to dart her. We knew this was likely an abscess but needed to have her sedated for closer examination.

So very satisfying, but very pungent! 😆🤢🤢
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Should we try to catch the pus in a bucket? Nah! that’s what the nurses get paid to do 🙄🙄

Mmmm a bucket next time 🤣 I hope the kangaroo heals quickly x

Gary Watts

Poor baby

Millie I feel so sad for that kangaroo but also this was the best pimple pop ever

Matt Ant see... the cat wasn't so bad after all 🤣

Emily King

Jordan Booth dr pimple popper?

Get a bloody bucket

Sebastian Johannes Felicity Robertson Monika Edwards Johanna Brooks Larissa Vieira yummmmy...poor lil guy!

Rebecca you like this stuff

Anthony Dickson

Richard Tator

Jack Dufficy yummy

Mikayla Barnes

Charlotte Crawford Lucinda Crawford Annabelle Workman worse than the pimple popping

Sherri Bourke

Abi Lyons

Sarah Murphy

Ashlee Hagan

Natasha Chappell

Georja wow

Matt Egg Edgar

Kylie Jayne Vickery

I’m a massive pimple popper & that was freakin amazing!!!! Was quite deceiving how big it was Great job Bek & crew

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I do love a small incision and pretty closure. ☺❤

This is the size of a 'normal' uterus and ovaries that we see during a routine spay.

The yellow line is the incision that I make to extract it all. 😊

octors tsrule
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I do love a small incision and pretty closure. ☺❤

This is the size of a normal uterus and ovaries that we see during a routine spay. 

The yellow line is the incision that I make to extract it all. 😊

#betterthanhumandoctors #vetsrule #lovesurgery

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Damn...I wish my Gyno was as neat as you Bec!

Our girl had her desexing done with yourselves... Recovered so well, thanks so much Bek

I always thought our little Bonnie’s desexing scar (from our old vet in Melbourne) was way to big for her little Westie body. This is mind-blowing - you are an artist as well as an angel 😇

Amazing

What an awesome job, well done :)

I won’t show the photo to Abby! I love your needlework!

Interesting 🧐

Neat as a pin Bek ripper job you

Nice work, Dr Bek. 👌

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Suffering from some serious carrier envy! 😂😆

This has got to be the BEST carrier I have ever seen. Spacious, sturdy and almost inescapable. ❤👍
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Suffering from some serious carrier envy! 😂😆

This has got to be the BEST carrier I have ever seen. Spacious, sturdy and almost inescapable. ❤👍Image attachmentImage attachment

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And look at the contents 😍

Last minute caesarian.........what a way to end the day!

Gotta love new puppies, they bring so much joy to all! ❤❤

PSA For anyone that's concerned about the tube still in mum, that's the perfect brachycephalic wake up - aware, but sedate enough to keep the tube in as long as possible cos they need ALLLLL the oxygen they can get. 😊👍👍
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Great work all and doggy mumma 😍

All my pooches are looking for a bubba🤣🤣oops Welcome to the world beautiful.. Great job mumma and team ❤

Muma looks like she’s having a well earned drink 🙃😜

Perfect end! 😍😍😍

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In-Depth: Explore our site

About Alpine Animal Doctors

Alpine Animal Doctors is located at 7047 Great Alpine Road, Porepunkah, Victoria, Australia. We are on the front road between Porepunkah and Bright, just after the roundabout.

We welcome patients from throughout the region at the hospital, and do house calls and farm visits in the area stretching from Myrtleford, Beechworth and Yackandandah down to Mt Beauty. Within this area we cover every town and settlement as well as outlying farm properties.

All consultations are by appointment only.

News and Announcements

Our Facebook Page is the primary means we use to keep our clients informed of what's happening in the hospital and in the veterinary world. A Facebook feed also appears on this page (left). Major news items of broader interest are also published here on the site.

Community and Events

From time to time the hospital organises open days and events. Most are designed to be fun days out for pets and people, to help increase public awareness of animal health and welfare issues, and sometimes to raise money for local animal welfare initiatives.

Upcoming Events

  • Carnival at the Vets (Porepunkah)
    Carnival at the Vets (Porepunkah)
    Come join us for a fun filled day on Sunday the 20th of October. There are free gift bags, prizes and non stop action for people and pets. Jumping castle, face painting, fairy floss and...

Past Events

  • Families and their pets at the 2014 Blessing of the Animals
    Make a note…
    Our next community event will be the annual Blessing of the Animals for 2016. This family day is generally held around October. Check back for details nearer the time....
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When we hold one of our community public events a photographer will usually be there to record the fun. Occasionally we will publish a full web gallery of all the images taken. You can find the most recent galleries here...

Fact Sheets and Articles

Our website contains a wide range of helpful and informative articles to assist animal owners. We are constantly adding to the library so please check back frequently for new content.

Talk With The Animals

Although our Talk With The Animals print newsletter is no longer being produced you can still enjoy all of our previous issues online. Click here for all issues, or go direct to a specific issue using the links below...

And all the rest...

Alpine Animal Doctors carries an extensive range of animal and pet products for sale at competitive prices. We also regularly have special offers, which are always featured on our Facebook Page, and sometimes here on the website as well. You can find any current offers here.
Careers with Alpine Animal Doctors. We are always interested in hearing from qualified veterinary professionals seeking a more fulfilling career role. Even if we are not currently listing any current vacancies we encourage skilled and dedicated professionals to contact us to discuss future career possibilities.
Testimonials. See what our clients are saying about us.
Being the owner of several pets, I must say that the very best vet I have ever encountered is Dr. Bek and her staff. Keep up the good work. Barbara Clapperton

THE ALPINE ANIMAL DOCTORS' PROMISE

Our full service Veterinary Hospital provides quality care for all animals.

Since 2009, when Dr. Rebekah Day, BVSc (Dr. Bek) first opened a small clinic in Porepunkah, Alpine Animal Doctors has grown to become the ‘most trusted’ veterinary practice in the region. Our clients and patients come from across the Alpine region — from Myrtleford, Yackandandah and Beechworth to Bright, Harrietville and Mt Beauty.

With an A-Z of almost 350 veterinary services available our team is equipped to provide the optimum level of care for all conditions, and for all animal species, great or small, including farm livestock.

Our clinic is fully equipped with the most up to date equipment available, with state-of-the-art facilities the equal of any capital city-based specialist veterinary facility. We are constantly re-evaluating and upgrading our equipment and facilities to ensure that our patients receive only the very best treatment outcomes — the same level of care that we would want for our own animal family.

Dr. Bek’s team Includes our newly appointed Dr Rachael Harfield and our amazing nurses Mary, Cassie, Emily and Maddie — are all locals, all professionally qualified or currently studying, and dedicated to ensuring your animals are treated with compassion and kindness. Our practice is skillfully and successfully managed by Mark, Dr. Bek’s partner.

Most importantly, everyone at Alpine Animal Doctors loves animals just as much as you do. It’s why we do what we do. Our high tech equipment and advanced facilities are important, but, more than anything else, what makes us different is our people and our dedication.

Our promise is that we will never stop striving to achieve excellence in the delivery of animal healthcare. And we will never stop caring.

 

TALK WITH THE ANIMALS

Every issue available for online reading. Click on a cover below to start reading