As proud and active members of Cranbourne local business community, our clinic is committed participating in local events and supporting local community minded causes wherever possible. Some of our community activities include:

  • Sporting club sponsorship
  • Pensioner discounts
  • School fundraising hampers
  • Local fete and fair sponsorship and participation
  • Student work experience

If you are a community organisation based in the Cranbourne area, our clinic would love to support you however we can. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

Wildlife Care

As a semi-rural suburb, Cranbourne is a place where the bush and the suburbs mix, but not always harmoniously. Cranbourne is a biodiverse area with a diverse wildlife population ranging from native birds, snakes and frogs through to larger mammals such as kangaroos, koalas and possums. Vets in Cranbourne is dedicated to supporting local wildlife and have established a care program to ensure that injured native animals in the Cranbourne area and surrounds receive quality care. If you happen to encounter an injured animal, get in touch with Vets in Cranbourne as soon as possible. A staff member will be able to talk you through administering immediate first aid if necessary and the safest way to transport the animal to our clinic. We’ll take care of the rest.

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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