Our Team

Dr. Qais George

DVM, BVMS

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. Yvonne Rabl

BVSc

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 Carlisle

Vet Nurse

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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Rebecca Atkinson

Vet Nurse

Rebecca started at Vets in Cranbourne in 2018 and loves the variety that comes with being a veterinary nurse. She is currently studying her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing, a degree in Wildlife and Conservation Biology and volunteers in the Australian Wildlife Health Centre at Healesville Sanctuary. Rebecca enjoys spending time with her dog Elwood, cat Mia and horse Marima

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Alysha Mathieson

Trainee Vet Nurse

Alysha grew up in rural South Gippsland on a farm surrounded by many pets, farm animals and wildlife, and has loved animals of all kind from a young age.

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Bronte Mcgregor

Trainee Vet Nurse

Bronte has recently joined our team at Vets in Cranbourne and is in the process of completing her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing.

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Rebecca Viher

Bec completed a Bachelors Degree in Environmental Science (Wildlife and Conservation Biology). Bec has been at Vets in Cranbourne for almost a year now and is currently studying a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing.

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Pet Care

  • Vaccination is one of the most powerful tools we utilise to help keep your pet healthy. Vaccinations are safe. They have minimal (if any) side effects and we recommend you vaccinate your pet because, above all, they work. Quick Vaccination Facts: Vaccinations protect against potentially fatal diseases.Many dangerous or life-threatening animal diseases are preventable with the right …
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  • It’s Spring, the season of adorable baby animals, and that means kittens are going to be out in abundance! Already, we have been inundated with requests from kind members of the public to help with small kittens that have been found in sheds and under houses. If you find yourself with a surprise family in …
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  • Pardon the pun, but you don’t have to be blind to see that your pet’s eyes are very important! Eye issues can be serious. That’s why, if you notice anything unusual about your pet’s eyes, it’s best to have them checked out ASAP. Conditions like conjunctivitis, corneal ulcers, uveitis and glaucoma can be very painful …
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