Welcome to Greencross Vets Werribee
Here at Greencross Vets Werribee we are committed to offering you and your pet’s exceptional service and the very best in veterinary medicine and preventative health care.
We’re an engaged, compassionate, tight knit group of individuals that put the needs of clients and their pets first and foremost. We strive to deliver exceptional and caring customer service each and every time. We have an array of quirky, vibrant personalities that breathes creativity and a warm atmosphere to settle people and pets alike. Our team is truly ‘passionate about pets’ and we love what we do.
Our staff share a mix of special interests, from wildlife/conservation, exotic pets and behaviour to internal medicine and surgery. We remain at the forefront of veterinary best practice and continuing education is a shared passion among vets and vet nurses.
We encourage you to contact us directly should you have any questions about your pet’s health and wellbeing or if you simply want more information about the services that we can provide you and your pets.
So come on down, meet the crew, we’d love to meet you and your fur-family!
Behaviour Training Services
Greencross Vets Werribee is working in collaboration with PetBarn Hoppers Crossing to provide a Greencross Exclusive Puppy Preschool with our Behaviour Training and Vet Nurse, Amanda Forder. Mandy is also actively involved with our Behaviour Consultation service at Werribee, dealing with canine separation anxiety, phbias, excessive barking, destructive behaviour...just to mention a few.
Please visit www.bestbehaviour.com.au
for more information or give us a call to discuss further as spots often fill up months in advance. Greencross Werribee is excited to be working closely with Pet Barn Hoppers Crossing (previously Cityfarmers) in facilitating Best Behaviour Classes. If you are interested in submitting a puppy preschool enquiry, please CLICK HERE
New Strain of Rabbit Calicivirus
Calicivirus is a known fatal disease of rabbits spread by mosquitos and can cause death in unvaccinated adults and young kittens. While at this present time we have access to a calicivirus vaccination, it has less protection against the newer strain that has been discovered in Canberra in 2015 (RHDV2). Despite this, The Australian Veterinary Association recommends that we continue to use the vaccine because of its cross-protective benefits, in adults (yearly), young kittens ( 4, 8, and 12 weeks, then yearly) and 6 monthly for breeding adults.
We also advise to take all possible precautions to limit exposure to mosquitos and their breeding habitats, keeping them indoors during summer/wet weather, using netting and appropriate safe repellents.
Please call the clinic to speak with our staff about any further questions.