Peninsula Vet Care has been part of the Mornington Peninsula community for over 40 years with both the Mount Eliza and Dromana hospitals opened in the 1970’s. Dr Andrew Trezise was one of the original vets and is still excited to be able to help the pets of the peninsula today.
Andrew has been joined over the years by 6 other partners in the business who have all worked together to improve the range and accessibility of Peninsula Vet Care’s services.
In the 1980’s the Dromana Hospital was built as a state of the art facility and we moved in from the converted house that had previously operated at the clinic. In the 1990’s the East Mornington Hospital was opened. These hospitals have stood the test of time and several subsequent renovations have ensured the facilities remain first class.
In 2000 the Rosebud clinic was acquired and Peninsula Vet Care moved from being a mixed practice, seeing farm animals as well as family pets to focus solely on companion animals. This allowed our vets to build their expertise in small animal surgical and medical treatments, and in 2001 Mt Eliza had a total rebuild of their hospital creating a facility of excellence in which to best provide this care.
During 2007 the Rye Beach Hospital was purpose built and opened extending our accessability to our clients into the southern peninsula, and in 2013 the Rosebud team relocated from their small clinic to the modern hospital where you will currently find us.