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Broadford Clinic 5784-1088 Wallan Clinic 5783-4356

Links and recommendations

Specialist Centers and Referral Hospitals

Advanced Vetcare, conveniently located in Kensington, provide an outstanding service for pets needing advanced imaging, intensive care monitoring, specialist surgery and chemotherapy (just to name a few!). 

Melbourne University Vet Hospital offers a wide range of services including; behaviour, dermatology, endochrinology and more!

Rescue Organisations and Local Businesses   

Dog Solutions provide our outstanding Puppy Preschool Classes. These classes run from the Broadford Vet Clinic each Thursday night for four weeks. Each class runs for approxametly 2 hours and are hugely interactive! To book in contact Karen via her website (just click the logo!). Karen also runs junior dog classes in Kilmore on a Monday evening so if you love her class and want to continue training she is available! For more information on Dog Solutions services and how they can help you see their website!


Ingrid's Haven is a non-profit cat shelter in Victoria, an hour's drive from Melbourne. Come and meet the many cats and kittens available for adoption ... all from death row at the pound, rescued and cared for by Ingrid until new loving homes can be found. All Haven cats and kittens are desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and flea treated. 

To adopt a cat check out Ingrid's Haven's website:

www.ingridshaven.net.au/catstrial.htm or on Facebook.

Address: Broadford 3658 Victoria, Ph: 0417 360 700
Email: ingridarving@hotmail.com

Save-A-DogSave-A-Dog Scheme is an entirely non-profit organisation that exists to save abandoned dogs from being euthanased when their time has expired at dog pounds and animal shelters.  All Save-A-Dog Scheme dogs are microchipped, de-sexed, vaccinated, wormed and flea treated and are looking for forever homes.  

If you are thinking of bringing a new dog into the family visit SADS website for profiles of dogs awaiting to be adopted!

The Human Elephant Learning Program (HELP)The Human Elephant Learning Program

Adopting humane and effective training strategies to ensure the sustainability of the relationship between humans and working elephants in Asia and allow future generations to enjoy these beautiful and remarkable creatures.

"We aim to improve the welfare of working elephants, through the systematic application of humane, evidence based training. By doing this we will also improve the welfare and safety of elephant handlers and trainers."

To learn more or send a donation visit the H-elp website.

Australian Equine Behaviour CentreBased in Clonbinane, the Australian Equine Behaviour Centre is managed by Dr. Andrew McLean and specialises in all aspects of Equestrian training. Visit the site for more information on lessons, clinics, training services, studs and more!

Or find them on Facebook


RSPCA Australia knowledgebase
...contains a wealth of information on animal welfare, care, training, wildlife and more.

...helping new keepers with ideas and techniques that they can use to properly care for their tortoises.

The Australian Companion Animal Council Incorporated is a non profit organisation. It is the leader and voice for the pet care industry on the benefits of socially responsible pet ownership in the Australian community.

A Directory of Australian birdwatching tours, bird clubs, freelance-guides, bird-orientated accommodation and reference information.

The Petcare Information and Advisory Service Australia Pty Ltd (PIAS) was established in 1966 as an autonomous, non-commercial organisation committed to promoting socially responsible pet ownership.

AHIC activities include horse health and welfare, personal safety and any other issues that can have widespread effects across the horse industry.

The aim of this website is to promote safe riding on the road by all horse riders. http://www.aebc.com.au/ Select trainers and coaches whose skills, values and personalities make them ideally qualified to care for you and your horse.

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