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. Janice Lee

DVM

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

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 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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Rebecca Atkinson

Rebecca started at Vets in Cranbourne in 2018 and loves the variety that comes with being a veterinary nurse.

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Bronte Mcgregor

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).

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Alysha Williams

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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Sharnnie Perry

Sharnnie started her nursing career at Vets In Cranbourne in 2015 and completed her Certificate IV qualification in Veterinary Nursing in 2018.

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Pet Care

  • 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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  • “Oh no! My dog isn’t a footballer but could he have just ‘done his knee?”  One of the most common orthopedic conditions we see in dogs is cranial cruciate ligament disease, which is actually very similar to the injury seen in humans on the sporting field – rupture of the “ACL”. Cranial cruciate ligament disease …
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  • COVID-19 has changed the way we go about our lives and will continue to for many months. When it comes to the virus, there are plenty of questions to be asked, so here are a few answers: How is COVID-19 spread? Although it has been theorised that the new coronavirus emerged from an animal source, …
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