If they could talk, which vet would they choose? | Call Doctor Bek (03) 5756 2444
Your other family doctor, listening to the needs of animals, large & small, across the Alpine region
7047 Great Alpine Rd, Porepunkah

The latest from our Facebook Page

... See MoreSee Less

Clare Wood, Kristen Pape and 3 others like this

Alpine Animal HospitalIt was lovely to have the Scouts here. We hope they enjoyed themselves and learnt a little bit! :D

4 weeks ago
Alpine Animal Hospital

Michelle DoddThey learnt alot.. i know you made the girls night with the animals... one resume will be handed in tomorrow night lol again thank you for a special night😀🐶🐶

4 weeks ago
Michelle Dodd

Comment on Facebook

Urgent Help - we live where there are no vets and no available animal remedies (small Papua New Guinea town) and now realise that we have poisoned our 5 month old 8kg puppy with adult doses of Panadol. She is not looking good and just wants to curl up under the house and be left alone. ... See MoreSee Less

View previous comments

Alpine Animal HospitalPlease get your dog to your nearest vet urgently even if you must travel to get there, Treatment in a timely fashion is essential to give your dog the best chance of recovery and survival. There is a veterinary clinic which offers 24 hour assistance in Papua New Guinea And their number is +675 7196 0436 please contact them immediately . All the best.

2 months ago   ·  1
Avatar

Peter SharplesThank you - will call - almost certainly that vet is two flights and two days travel away, all going smoothly but I will call now and see what transpires - thanks again

2 months ago
Avatar

Peter SharplesJust called and phone advice was that the 500mg per day for two days (yesterday and day before) wasn't the main issue (based on no blood in watery messy (possibly wormy) yellow stools of yesterday but most likely a deadly worm infection with not much hope of recovery. True - pup had never been wormed. A second opinion here would be appreciated - thank you.

2 months ago
Peter Sharples

Peter SharplesLooking for anything that might help her recover

2 months ago
Peter Sharples

Alpine Animal HospitalUnfortunately without seeing your dog in person we are unable to offer a second opinion or a diagnosis . For general information please see our handout on paracetamol on our website. Worming your dog regularly is vital to maintain good health , many worms are also zoonotic (can be transferred to humans) so please ensure that you worm all humans in the household as soon as possible.

2 months ago
Alpine Animal Hospital

Peter SharplesThanks for your time and attention. Unfortunately, for us, it is a different world out here. We do what we can, have to be Jacks and/or Jills of all trades in many areas and seek help when we cannot find a local solution, but the latter is often not that easy to come by from a heavily regulated and cautious external first world. But truly appreciate your time and prompt responses. She (Finnegal) has just passed a very runny and very bloody stool.

2 months ago
Peter Sharples

Comment on Facebook

Hi Dr Bek. Just thought I would let you know that one of your old patients here in Peachester - dear Girly - finally passed last week. Peacefully at age 39 (best guess) and I was with her at the end. Her lovely vet Deb Rogers from Woodford even thanked Girly for teaching her so much. They don't make them like her anymore I don't think. End of an era for me, she was part of my family for nearly 35 years. ... See MoreSee Less

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

  • 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....

Past Events

  • Countdown to Carnival
    Countdown to Carnival
    Carnival is coming! Make a date for Sunday, 22 April and come along to Alpine Animal Doctors for an entertaining and fun time at Dr Bek’s Big Day Out for...
    Read more
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 — from Adipose Stem Cell therapy to Vaccinations — 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 hospital is fully equipped with the most up to date and technologically advanced 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 nursing team — Mary, Tegan and Lizzie — are all locals, all professionally qualified, and dedicated to ensuring your animals are treated with compassion and kindness. Our practice is ably 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

At Alpine Animal Doctors we're building a centre of excellence for the delivery of animal health care. Learn more about our superb facilities....

All Hospital Facilities

FIND US…

Alpine Animal Doctors
7047 Great Alpine Road
Porepunkah, VIC 3740
PO Box 393, Bright, VIC 3741
Phone: +61 03 5756 2444
Fax: +61 03 5756 2044