Vets in Cranbourne Staff

Our Team

Dr. Qais George


Qais trained as a veterinary surgeon at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. After graduating in 2007, he worked half a year at a small animal clinic in Amsterdam before becoming the principal vet at a small but busy animal clinic in Arnhem, the Netherlands.

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Dr. Janice Lee


Janice graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2015. She worked in a busy small animal clinic in New Zealand for 2 years before joining Vets in Cranbourne.

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Dr. Yvonne Rabl


Yvonne studied Veterinary Science at the University of Melbourne and loves the daily variety and challenges of being a vet.

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Melinda Carlile

Melinda has been a Vet Nurse for more than 20 years, and a casual employee at the clinic since 2008. Have always lived locally, and began a career with animals at the RSPCA in Pearcedale at 17.

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Alysha Williams

Alysha is a qualified Vet Nurse and has been with Vets in Cranbourne since 2017. Alysha is passionate about caring for your pets and enjoys all aspects of nursing; but she especially enjoys the practical side of nursing such as surgeries, diagnostics and just generally loves being a part of the care plan for your pets.

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Mealea Khoeun

Mealea has loved animals from a young age and had many pets growing up, including dogs, cats, guinea pigs and a rabbit.

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Sarah Cooke

Born in Townsville QLD, Sarah spent her childhood up in the northern end of Australia so even though she has been in Melbourne for thirteen years now, the ‘four seasons in one day’ climate always surprises her.

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Pet Care

  • It’s quite common for owners to find new lumps on their pets during routine grooming or cuddle-time and start feeling a little worried. What could the lump be? And what’s the best course of action, monitoring at home for a few weeks or a vet check? Here’s some solid lump advice from our experienced vet …
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  • Whilst our domesticated feline friends may like to think of themselves as little wild jungle cats, they still require our assistance to stay healthy, starting with the protection of a regular vaccination and parasite control program. Here’s how you can practically achieve optimal protection for your resident feline, even if they are acting a bit …
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  • Seeing your pet afflicted with any unwellness or injury can be very worrying and may leave you feeling helpless or uncertain, especially if you’re unsure whether their condition warrants an emergency or after-hours veterinary assessment. With this in mind, we’d like to provide some general information about common emergency symptoms, so you can feel informed …
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