Hoppers Crossing Veterinary Clinic and Hospital

Welcome to the Hoppers Crossing Vet website

The Hoppers Crossing Vet Clinic and Hospital, services the suburbs Hoppers Crossing, Werribee, Tarneit, Wyndham Vale, Point Cook and Truganina among others. We are conveniently located just around the corner from the Werribee Plaza. Vet services we offer include Consultations, vaccinations, desexing, consultant vet servicesbehaviour consultations, grooming/clipping and puppy preschool. Our close knit team of professionally trained vets, nurses and groomers are committed to the care and well-being of you and your pet in air conditioned comfort. We are always happy to give advice about health care issues for your pet.

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Business Hours:

Monday to Friday - 8.30am to 7.00pm
Saturday - 9.00am to 4.00pm Business Hours at Hoppers Crossing Veterinary Clinic and Hospital
Sunday - 10.00am to 1.00pm

Consultations by appointment




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Recent News

December 11, 2014. After 18yrs we have updated our in house blood monitoring machine to the latest equipment on the market. We are able to get results within 10 minutes with this new equipment. Just another example of our clinic's dedication to good medicine. 

December 10, 2014. Christmas is just around the corner and we have plenty of gift ideas including stockings and gift packs available for our furry family members. 

September 19, 2014. Our Groomer Jasmine is back from maternity leave so our grooming parlour is back in full swing! We have been grooming pets in the Hoppers Crossing, Werribee and Tarneit area for the past 20yrs and have experienced groomers with years of experience ready to pamper your pets!

August 25, 2014. Our clinic Open Day to celebrating 20yrs of veterinary care for your pets will be held on Sunday October 12th from 10am to 3pm. There will be a free coffee van, face painting for the kids, a super sized animal farm, sausage sizzle and for all those sci fi fenatics 'De Lorien' from Back to the Future with Doc Brown and Robotic Dog Einstein! We hope you all can make it and feel free to bring your dogs if they are social and friendly. 

May 2nd, 2014.  We have adopted a new clinic cat April. She is a 9wk old blue cream tortoishell domestic medium hair. She loves to hang out  the front desk with the nurses and is getting plenty of attention from our clients. She is waiting to meet you all!

January 31, 2014.  We are happy to announce that we have a new groomer Katie. Unfortunately Sherridan has left the team but Katie will be more than happy to keep your pets looking neat and tidy!

January 31, 2014.  This year marks our 20th anniversary of professional veterinary care! We look forward in continuing to prvide excellent service to both you and your pets.

December 20, 2013. All the team at Hoppers Crossing Vet Clinic would love to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!

December 13, 2013.  We now have a new digital radiology unit to take x-rays. This means that we are able to email you or other clinics your pets x-rays! 

July 31, 2013. Despite the cold weather our pets still need to be groomed and pampered. We have 2 lovely groomers who will be more than happy to pamper your pooch over the winter months. We have plenty of grooming appointments available. Call us on 9748 6644 to book in!

July 29, 2013. On Saturday August 17th we will be selling cupcakes and pupcakes (cupcakes safe for your dog to eat!) at the front of our clinic to raise money for the RSPCA. Please come and help support this cause by buying either a cupcake for $2 or a pupcake for $1.50 

May 23, 2013. Dr Kristi Green will be heading off to Cairns this week for the 2013 AVA (Australian Veterinary Association) Conference. She will be bringing back all the latest in small animal medicine and surgery. 

May 1, 2013. We welcome back our groomer Jasmine Lowe who is back from maternity after having her 2nd child Summer. We now have more grooming availabilities on offer. 

March 25, 2013. Hoppers Crossing Veterinary Clinic and Hospital wishes you and your pets a Happy Easter. Please take a moment to read our important Easter Health Message.

Feb 8, 2013. Sadly Dr. Dennis Wormald has left our team to do a phD in canine anxiety. He will still be available as a consultant vet to do behaviour consultations with us, please see our consultant vets page for more information.

Feb 8, 2013. We now welcome Dr. Tim Ngor to our veterinary team! He has a keen interest in small animal medicine and surgery.

March 14, 2013. We have two new nurses Andrea J and Wendy Trawn joining our team. We sadly say goodbye to nurse Casey Armstrong who will be moving to New Zealand soon.

December 4, 2012 We are now on Google+!

October 22, 2012 Our new full-time groomer Sherridan has started work today! She has been grooming for 7 years, and is also a veterinary nurse too!

July 30, 2012 - Dr Kristi Green now has her own blog! Click here to see her most recent article (which is also published in the Werribee Star Newspaper)!

March 14, 2012 - Check out our new puppy preschool video!

February 15, 2012 - Dr Roslyn Choi has previously worked with us as a nurse, and we are now welcoming her as a new Veterinarian in our team! She has an interest in exotic animals and ultrasound. We also have a new weekend nurse Pey, and a new groomer Jasmine who is working every second saturday.

December 8, 2011 - Please check your dogs for grass seeds, they are very bad this year! We are having multiple dogs come in every week with grass seed related problems. For pictures and information on these grass seeds please click here. Also, if you have a long coated dog, then keeping them clipped short can reduce the risk and help you locate the grass seeds before they penetrate the skin.

December 1, 2011 - We now have a new piece of equipment in the hospital called an electrocardiogram (ECG) machine. This can be used to look for evidence of heart related problems such as arrhythmias in your pet.