Casey Vets Committed to Supporting the Community

Vets in Cranbourne is a community minded organization committed to helping pets in the Cranbourne and Casey areas live long, healthy and happy lives through a combination of preventative treatments, nutrition and lifestyle advice as well as quality veterinary care. The Cranbourne and Casey vets team is a passionate and experienced group of veterinary surgeons, nurses and support staff who are able to provide a wide range of services aimed at preventing medical problems through harm minimization, lifestyle adjustments and regular checkups to ensure any health concerns are promptly diagnosed and treated before they detract from your pet's quality of life. We truly believe that life is better with a happy pet!


Onsite Diagnostic and Surgical Facilities

Vets in Cranbourne is dedicated to providing the highest possible standard of care to pets in the Casey area with our animal hospital facilities and veterinary clinic. Our onsite diagnostic facilities include x-ray, ultrasound and pathology whilst our Casey animal hospital features quality surgery and recovery facilities. Having diagnostic and surgical facilities onsite enables us to diagnose and treat problems efficiently and effectively whilst minimizing the time and stress often associated with surgical procedures.

Pet Care

  • Registering and microchipping your pet are two processes that every pet owner is legally obliged to complete. At the end of the day, doing so ultimately helps to keep your pet safe should they ever go missing. But how does registering and microchipping work? In today’s blog, our vet in Casey is giving you all …
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  • How many times have you heard someone say their New Year’s resolution is for weight loss? It’s a common goal for pet owners to set for themselves, but it seems many are unsure about how to help their furry friends get back to a healthy weight. In fact, did you know that around 40% of …
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  • In December, our Cranbourne vet sees a lot of patients with tummy upsets which can often be traced back to too many rich festive foods. Ideally, pets should not ever be fed processed foods as their stomachs have not evolved to digest them and so eating them often leads to diarrhoea and/or vomiting.   However, there …
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