Veterinary Clinic

Stawell Veterinary Clinic is a busy mixed animal practice nestled on the outskirts of the beautiful Grampians National Park.

The practice is owned and run by husband and wife Richard and Gail with a friendly and dedicated team of veterinary surgeons and nursing staff.

What we do

Some of the services we offer include:

Stawell Health check

Annual Health Check

Stawell Health check


Stawell Dental



We are the vet for you

From much loved family pets, farm livestock, performance and pleasure horses to wildlife and even exotic animals, we are the vet for you.

No two days are the same and there is always something interesting going on in our modern and fully equipped clinic.

Doctors Morgan, Melissa, Sarah & Anna all have their own areas of interest and knowledge allowing the clinic to offer a wide range of expertise.

Our nurses Jacinta, Tayla, Willow, Carla, Tegan , Abbey & Penelope are always there to welcome patients at the door. Their organisation and dedication means we have an extremely well run practice.

Knowing the best of care is offered to our much loved patients is our reward at the end of a busy day.

Stawell vet Dog

Book in for an Appointment

The usual work flow for the day is surgical admissions at 8.00am and surgery throughout the morning allowing pets to recover fully before returning safely home.

Morning small animal consults usually start at 9.30 am. Afternoon large animal calls are from 2pm. Afternoon consults start at 2.00pm and patient discharges occur around 3:30pm.

We do cater for consultations outside these set times so please ask our friendly reception staff if you require a special appointment time.

In the current veterinary climate routine appointments are in high demand and it may take several weeks to schedule a non-urgent appointment.

We have appointment spaces available every day for urgent and emergency situations.

Client Testimonial

“A big thank you to Dr Ash, and all of the other staff at Stawell Vetinary Clinic, for looking after my lovely cat Phil when we rushed him over from St Arnaud two Saturdays ago with a blocked urethra, and bladder 3x normal size.. Such wonderful, caring people, who made a traumatic situation bearable. When I picked Phil up after 6 nights, he was surprisingly relaxed, which can only attest to the quality of the care. He’s doing fine now. Can’t thank you enough.”

– Raven K. S.

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