Animal Aid Veterinary Clinic
At Animal Aid’s Vet Clinic in Coldstream we are dedicated to sharing our love and passion for pets. We take great joy in providing high quality, compassionate health care to our client’s treasured pets. With a newly renovated premises and state-of-the-art equipment we know you and your pet will appreciate your time at the Animal Aid Veterinary Clinic.
Our regular clients include, dogs, cats, guinea pigs, rabbits, birds, goats and pigs.
Mon-Friday: 8.30am – 5.30pm
Saturday: 9.00am – 3.00pm
Closed on Sunday and Public Holidays
Our services include:
- Consultation health examination for general issues and health checks
- Diagnostic services & in-house pathology
- Vaccinations & parasite prevention
- Desexing & microchipping
- Advice regarding diet & nutrition
Animal Aid’s Microchipping Program
Don’t Skip the Chip
Animal Aid is actively addressing the number of unidentified cats in our community by offering free microchipping for up to 2 cats/kittens to residents of Yarra Ranges, Maroondah, Knox, Whitehorse, Murrindindi councils. Our experienced Animal Aid Veterinary team will deliver this quick and painless microchipping process within minutes.
Meet The Team
Dr. Nico Maritz (BVSC)
Employed since – 2019
Nico graduated bachelor veterinary science in 1991 from the University of Pretoria in South Africa. Nico’s passions within the field are ultrasonography & taking on complex surgical cases. In his spare time he likes to pet dogs and eat chocolate.
Adele Scannell (BVSC) Hons
Lead Welfare Vet
Employed since – 2008
I love being able to be part of a fantastic team who are all working towards providing the best care and treatment we can for those in need. No two days are ever the same and shelter medicine continues to grow and develop with more opportunities for our welfare animals and it is great to be a part of it.
Melissa McKay (CVN)
Employed since – 2018
Mel graduated her Certificate IV in Veterinary nursing in 2015 from Box Hill Tafe. Mel’s passions within the field are surgical nursing & supporting and mentoring the veterinary team. Mel’s passions outside of Animal Aid are riding her Friesian Sporthorse ‘Bastiaan’, gym, travelling and live music events.
Carolyn Warburton BVSc (hons)
Employed since – 2015
I am passionate about shelter medicine and love treating all the animals coming through Animal Aid. I have a 3-legged cat called Cindy Clawford who I adopted from Animal Aid. At home I love being in the garden and keeping up with my 3 year old twins.
Dr Narelle Stillwell (BVSc) (BAppSc) (Honors Physilogy)
Employed since – 2015
I enjoy working with clients to help their animals lead healthier and happier lives. I have enjoyed working with the mix of private practice and welfare animals with the occasional large animal. I have horses, sheep and chickens at home. We don’t have a cat or dog, much to my children’s dismay but will be on the look out once my heart has healed from a recent loss.
It is because of our private customers that we can ensure the homeless, stray and surrendered animals also receive first rate health care and treatment. When the community bring their pets to Animal Aid Veterinary Clinic they are helping fund special surgeries, health checks, and the desexing, and microchipping for the thousands of animals that come to us every year.
Profit from our Vet Clinic goes directly to our Welfare Program – supporting homeless pets across all of our shelters
24 Hour Emergency Veterinary Services
Animal Emergency Centre
37 Blackburn Road, Mt Waverley VIC 3149
1300 232 838
Ringwood Vet Emergency
8 Maroondah Hwy, Ringwood VIC 3134
(03) 8595 6655