VIP Health Club2018-09-04T12:48:26+00:00

Very Important Pet’s Health Club

For preventative health care that is simple, affordable and very convenient – make your pet care easy with our VIP Health Club.

What is the VIP Health Club?

All pets are important and deserve the very best care we can provide. With this in mind, we have developed our VIP Health Club to make your pet’s preventative health care simple, affordable and most of all – convenient.

VIP Health Club will help you provide all the essential care your pet needs over a year, leaving you with peace of mind and more time to enjoy them.

What are the benefits?

Apart from the obvious benefits of a happy, healthy pet who is free from parasites and preventable diseases, pets enrolled in the club also receive the benefits listed at the following links.

VIP Health Club benefits for dogs

VIP Health Club benefits for cats

When and how can my pet join?

You can enrol your pet into our VIP Health Club any time by completing the online registration form or you can drop into our Wollaston Clinic at 59 Mortlake Road Warrnambool to pick up a form and have a chat.

What does it cost?

Pets who are VIP Health Club members receive all the benefits listed below for easy monthly instalments of $35, charged directly to your credit card or if you prefer you can make a yearly lump sum payment.

5 keys of pet ownership

If you are lucky enough to own a pet, there are five key things you need to provide so they can have a happy and healthy life.

1. Environment

Your pet needs a safe comfortable place to live so they feel protected and secure.

2. Diet

It’s very important that your pet eats the right food and the right amounts of food. They need fresh food and water daily.

3. Behaviour

Your pet needs to be well trained, socialised and able to express normal behaviour. For instance, cats need access to a scratching post (and we don’t mean your sofa).

4. Companionship

Depending on the type of pet you own they may need to live with or apart from other animals. For example, dogs are social pack animals while cats may become stressed if they are forced to share their food bowls with other cats.

5. Health

This is a biggy! your pet needs to be protected from pain, suffering, injury and disease. As their owner or ‘pet parent’ it is up to you to make sure they are protected against preventable diseases. Vaccinations need to be kept up-to-date, as well as their flea and worm control. Pets are good at hiding pain so you may not know there is a problem until they have suffered a lot. Regular veterinary checks are essential to find problems early.