Pet Insurance

The joy of owning a pet can be easily overshadowed when your pet gets sick or injured. And when this happens, hard financial decisions need to be made that can be distressing for everyone involved. That’s why we recommend pet owners consider pet insurance to help cover the unexpected costs of veterinary care & pet insurance.

New innovations and specialty areas in veterinary medicine have allowed more advanced treatment for your pet, but this has also increased the cost of these procedures.

An uninsured pet impacts everyone involved when it comes to treating them. Pet insurance is just like health insurance and can help you be prepared for situations where your pet needs emergency treatment, because the reality is treating and caring for a pet is just as expensive as a person getting treated in a hospital. The last thing you want to be dealing with if your pet gets sick or injured is an expensive treatment plan

Just like health insurance, you need to make sure that your policy is right for your circumstances as all policies differ. But by having a pet insurance policy that suits you, you’re making sure your furry friend can get the treatment they deserve.

To learn more, visit the website, call 1800 999 738 today.


At Eltham Veterinary Practice, we can submit your insurance on your behalf for your convenience**. Please phone or drop in to see us if you have any questions.


**Please note there may be a short delay in the processing of your insurance claim due to COVID-19.

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Dr. Eden Clark

Associate Veterinarian

Eden is a Diamond Creek girl who knows and loves the Eltham area. Eden desired to become a vet from a very young age and spent much of her childhood caring for wildlife, including housing bees overnight in homemade enclosures and feeding them sugar syrup until they were recuperated! It was her strong compassion that drove her desire to become a veterinarian.

After 6 years of study, Eden graduated from the University of Melbourne with First Class Honours in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. She has been lucky enough to spend the last 3 months travelling abroad through Central and South America with her partner before joining our team.

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