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Farrier Horse Trail Ride Walhalla Bridie and Koala Harry with a Sulphur Crested Cockatoo
Farrier Horse trail ride Walhalla Bridie and Koala Harry with a sulphur crested cockatoo
Moe Vet Centre held a farrier workshop with Gary McEwan. Participants watched and learnt about corrective shoeing and hoof health.
The staff at Moe Vet Centre enjoyed two days away at Coonwarra Trail Rides, nestled in the foothills south of Dargo.
A weekend away at the Walhalla Historic Township was enjoyed by our staff. The ghost tour and overnight cabin stay proved to be a very popular combination.
After the horrific fires of February 2009, vets and nurses from Moe Veterinary Centre volunteered their time to help the staff at the Animal Clinic Morwell to treat burnt koalas.
Harry Pappas is a well known bird enthusiast and carer. We support and are very appreciative of the work Harry does. We have a donation tin at reception which helps to fund Harry’s work.
Jules and Kevin Jules and Possum Sugar Glider Turtle on Arrival Preparing Turtle
Jules and Kevin Julia and possum Sugar glider Turtle on arrival Preparing turtle
Kevin the kookaburra was brought into our clinic after being caught in a barbed-wire fence. Dr Jules de Bruyn was able to remove the wire embedded in its wing and Kevin is well on the way to recovery with our bird-carer Harry.

Ring tail possum and Dr Julia Malcolm. This possum was found on the road. After a good nights sleep, warmth and formulated possum food, it was sent to a carer for rehabilitation, then released back to the wild.

This beautiful sugar glider was found outside during the day and brought into the clinic. Gliders are nocturnal and should only come out at night. Finding a baby joey was wonderful surprise!

Myrtle the turtle was brought into Moe Veterinary Centre after being mauled by a dog.

Myrtle was given a general anaesthetic, the wounds cleaned and shell repaired.

End Surgery Pig Patient Calf in a Coat Carolyn and Cougar
End surgery Pig patient Calf in a coat Carolyn and Cougar
Myrtle with a mended shell was sent to a carer for the winter and will be released once eating in Spring.

Veterinary nurse Teagan Middleton and “Daisy” the friendly piglet patient.

This calf is recovering from scours. He needed electrolytes, extra warmth and care. A winter coat and a good feed from Dr Jessica Finlay were all part of a full recovery.

After the horrific fires of February 2009, vets and nurses from Moe Veterinary Centre volunteered their time to help the staff at the Animal Clinic Morwell to treat burnt koalas.