What is a Cardiology Specialist?

Veterinary cardiology specialists have gone through several additional years of advanced training beyond the five years of veterinary college.

Boarded cardiologists have completed an internship and detailed 3 year residency program, met the criteria established by their specialty college, and passed extensive examinations. They then become “Diplomates” of that college and can list their status after their name.

We work closely with your family veterinarian to help provide complete veterinary care for your pet. We may assist by providing a second opinion, performing complex diagnostics on a difficult case, or with comprehensive follow up care.

Communication with your family veterinarian is important to insure the best possible solution to your pet’s overall health. If you have concerns, talk to your family veterinarian to see if your pet is a candidate for cardiology specialty medicine.

Find out more about the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and what it means to be a cardiology veterinary specialist please visit www.ecvim-ca.org and www.esvcardio.com

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Regional Clinics

University of Melbourne Vet Hospital Werribee

Every Wednesday morning

(unless a public holiday)

For bookings at UVet Werribee, please call UVet direct on 03 9731 2000

West - between Melbourne & Kyneton/Ballarat

First Friday of each month

7 Feb, 6 Mar, 3 Apr, 1 May

(unless a public holiday)

North - between Melbourne & Shepparton

Last Friday of each month

29th Nov, 31 Jan, 28 Feb, 27 Mar, 24 April, 29 May

(unless a public holiday)

East - between Melbourne & Morwell/Sale

Third Friday of each month

20 Dec, 24 Jan, 21 Feb, 20 Mar, 17 Apr, 15 May

(unless a public holiday)

Adelaide - AAERC Kurralta Park

Second Friday of each month

13 Dec, 10 Jan, 14 Feb, 13 Mar

(unless a public holiday)

For bookings at the AAERC, please call the AAERC direct on (08) 8371 0333