Prescription Refills

To help make looking after your pet even easier you can order prescription repeats through our website. Please take a moment to review our prescription and refill policy, and use the form below to submit your request.

Eltham Veterinary Practice Prescription and Refill Policy:

Relates to the medicines that are prescribed and supplied to your pet, that are classified as: “A Prescription Animal Remedy” OR “Prescription Only Medicine”

This means that only a registered veterinary surgeon can supply them to “animals under their care.” Professional diagnosis and monitoring is required in every case.

It is legislated that a vet must examine your pet at least every six months to continue supplying their medications. More complicated conditions may require more frequently re-examination and/or blood tests to ensure your animal’s medical needs have not changed.

How do you get your pet’s prescription refilled?

As long as your pet is not due for a re-examination and/or blood tests, all you need to do is to let us know you need more medication. You can either phone the practice on (03) 9439 8650 or go to our website and request a refill online www.elthamvet.com.au

We require 1 working days notice to prepare a prescription, this allows the Veterinarian time to authorise the prescription, and ensure stock is available so as to avoid disappointment.
(Special orders or compounded meds can take 5-7 working days to get in.)

Prescription Refill Order Form

Are you a current client of Eltham Veterinary Practice?

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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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