Links for smaller pets
We have put together a list of some links that we hope will be of use to you as owners of small and less common pets such as rabbits, guinea pigs and more exotic species. We welcome any suggestions you may have for other links.
- Melbourne Rabbit Clinic
A clinic recently set up in Melbourne that specialises in medicine and surgery of rabbits and guinea pigs. They also run training presentations for the public, vet nurses and other vets to help everyone take better care of these smaller pets.
Animal Eye Care
A Melbourne-based opthalmology clinic with several specialists in their field. The clinic's principal, Robin Stanley, comes to Belmont Vet Centre on a regular basis for more complex eye cases from both our own cases and surrounding clinics. Surgical patients are treated in Melbourne. Dr Stanley is also involved in training veterinary students at Melbourne University.
- Dr David Vella
Dr David Vella is a specialist veterinarian for unusual and exotic pets. He works in Sydney but his website contains lots of information about these special pets and looking after them.
- PetNet and Selecta-Pet
An Australian website that discusses and guides selection of a new pet depending on your individual situation. It is also a source of other information about pet ownership in Australia, such as pet-friendly beaches, parks and holiday areas.
Our Wonderful Pets
An Australian website for remembering all our much-loved pets, celebrating the bond between people and their furry family members.
- Veterinary Partners
Veterinary Partners is a client resource created by respected vets for you, which provides some additional information about diseases, disorders and treatments we may discuss with you during consultations.
- Oxbow Australia
Oxbow is a specialist feed supplier, and they produce a variety of high-quality foods for rabbits, guinea pigs and other small herbivores. We use some of their products for our hospitalised patients. They also have a variety of information on their site regarding caring for your bunny or guinea pig.