Cranbourne Based Animal Hospital and Veterinary Surgery

Vets in Cranbourne is proud to offer our clients a comprehensive range of facilities designed to support the health and wellbeing of your pet throughout their life. We are dedicated to supporting pets and their owners in the Cranbourne and wider Casey area with onsite services that enable us to manage all of the veterinary care that your pet is likely to need during their lifetime. Our onsite animal hospital and veterinary surgery enables us to care for our clients in a familiar environment, which in turn takes the stress out of undergoing a surgical procedure.

 

Our veterinary surgery facilities

Our Cranbourne veterinary surgery has all of the facilities necessary to ensure your pet’s procedure is straightforward and stress free. Our facilities include:

  • Staffed by a dedicated team of veterinary surgeons and nurses
  • Pathology lab and imaging technology to aid in diagnosis
  • Optional pre-anesthetic blood treating services
  • Comprehensive surgery and recovery facilities

 

Surgical procedures performed at our animal hospital

The facilities at our Casey animal hospital enable us to perform a number of standard procedures including:

De-Sexing

By far the most common procedure performed at our veterinary surgery, de-sexing not only prevents unwanted litters, it can also help your pet live a longer, happier and healthier life. Vets in Cranbourne recommends de-sexing both male and female cats and dogs at between 5 and 6 months of age.


Soft Tissue Surgery

Vets in Cranbourne also have the facilities to perform a number of other standard soft tissue surgeries including skin biopsies as well as cancer and anal gland removal.


Orthopedic Surgery

Musculoskeletal injuries and health conditions can be effectively treated or corrected through surgery. Vets in Cranbourne have the facilities suitable for performing a broad range of orthopedic surgeries from fracture repair through to complex cruciate repair.


Pre-anaesthetic blood testing

Although veterinary surgery is relatively common, it does come with some risks. To mitigate some of the most common risks associated with surgery, Vets in Cranbourne offer optional pre-anaesthetic blood testing. This is a fast, painless procedure which is processed onsite in our pathology lab and enables us to check the function of your pet’s vital organs. In some instances, this testing can reveal the presence of an underlying condition which required a modified dose of anaesthetic.

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