Vets in Cranbourne is committed to helping your pet live their best possible life by providing them with access to state of the art veterinary facilities and care.

At Vets in Cranbourne, we believe that in animal medicine, the health and welfare of the animal should be put before everything else; we’ve built our clinic around this philosophy. To provide care and support to our patients at every stage of life, our Cranbourne clinic is fitted out with an extensive range of diagnostic and treatment facilities. By centralising treatment, we can provide a quick and accurate diagnosis, and equally prompt and effective treatment solutions resulting in a better prognosis, and less red tape. Our clinic is community minded and dedicated to providing our clients and patients from Cranbourne and the wider Casey area with ongoing support and advice on all aspects of animal care and wellbeing.


To make caring for your pet even easier Vets in Cranbourne now offers ZipPay for veterinary treatments. ZipPay lets your pet get the treatment it needs now, while you pay later. ZipPay is available for transactions up to $1,000, and no interest is charged. For transactions above this amount you have the option to use ZipPay for up to $1,000 and pay the remainder using another method.

Pet Care

  • Following yesterday’s announcement by the Victorian Government, we can now say with certainty that we will remain open during the Stage 4 restrictions. We are pleased that the government has recognised the important role our pets play in our lives and community. By remaining open during these Stage 4 restrictions, Vets in Cranbourne is here …
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  • Thanks to better nutrition, disease prevention and proper home care, cats are now living longer than ever before. Senior cats have recently been redefined as cats over the age of 11 years, but it’s not uncommon for us to see a ‘super-senior’ feline over the age of 18 years. We have even had the pleasure …
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  • At some point in your pet’s life, they will probably experience a gastrointestinal upset. Symptoms may include vomiting, diarrhoea and nausea. It can be distressing for you and your pet, and it’s sometimes hard to know what you should do. We have simplified the facts, so you know how best to care for your pet.  …
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