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Why Choose Us
Melbourne Rabbit Clinic has joined the Unusual Pet Vets family. Our friendly team continue to share in your love for rabbits and guinea pigs and will provide high-quality veterinary care tailored to these wonderful pets. At this stage we will only be seeing rabbits and guinea pigs at the Melbourne Rabbit clinic, however over time we will gradually start to extend our services to also see birds, reptiles, ferrets, rats, mice, native mammals, fish and insects. This won’t affect the fantastic care we provide for rabbits and guinea pigs, but will instead help the owners of the other species to seek the care they need.
- Your pet will be under the care of a qualified team with a wealth of experience.
- We offer sound advice on nutrition and husbandry that will help you provide the best care for your pet.
- Our clinic is completely dedicated to the veterinary care of rabbits and guinea pigs.
Meet the Local Team
Sharn is a senior nurse at Melbourne Rabbit Clinic, with her Certificate IV in veterinary nursing and over ten years of nursing experience under her belt. Sharn has been part of...
Shayne has grown up always knowing she wanted to work with animals, and as such, she has completed a Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience and is currently completing a B...
Coming from a diverse background managing across multiple industries, Evana joined the MRC team in October 2020. She loves spending her spare time in the gym or out exploring ne...
Having grown up on a ‘mini farm’ in Menzies Creek (with rabbits and guinea pigs) and having a vet as a father, Katrina has always had a keen interest and love for animals an...
Dr Lydia Xu
Lydia’s love of small pocket pets started at an early age and she grew up with a few rabbits and guinea pigs. Lydia graduated in 2009 from The University of Melbourne with a B...
Dr Cathy Wong
Dr Cathy Wong graduated from University of Queensland and has since moved away from the rabbit-less state. She started her first job as a new graduate in central NSW, where she ...
The first few months with any new pet can be daunting so we have developed a range of packages that will give you peace of mind while providing your new pet with premium veterinary care.
Sterilisation (otherwise known as desexing or neutering) is important in preventing many problems that can occur later in your pet’s life.
GENERAL HEALTH CHECK
Have an unusual pet? It can also be difficult to know whether your animal is healthy and being properly looked after.
SURGERY AND ANAESTHESIA
While any surgery or anaesthetic has risks, we try to minimise these by ensuring that your pet gets the best care possible.