Karingal Vet Hospital

328 Cranbourne Road, Frankston, VIC, 3199

P: (03) 9789 3444

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Pet Care & Pet Hospital Care, Frankston

Injured Wildlife

Found injured wildlife and not sure what to do? Unfortunately every day around Australia 1000’s of wild animals are injured, orphaned and killed. In a large majority of cases this is through the actions of humans and includes motor vehicle trauma, cat attacks from people not properly confining their pets and in some cases, straight […]

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Lost and Found Pets

It is so upsetting and stressful to lose a pet! Unfortunately, despite everyone’s best efforts this is a common occurrence even when all precautions are taken. What to do if you have lost or found a pet The following information will be useful for anyone who is looking for their lost pet or have found […]

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Dog

Dogs are Australia’s favourite pet for a reason! Our vets understand how important your four legged companion is—your dog is a much loved part of your family. Dogs come in an endless variety of shapes and sizes, and our vets are experienced with a range of dog breeds. From classic purebreeds and show dogs to […]

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Cat

“Time spent with cats is never wasted” said Sigmund Freud—and we couldn’t agree more! We understand that cat owners cherish their cats as part of their family and we strive to give the same attentive care to your cat that we’d give our own pets. Happy, healthy cats need regular vet care at all stages […]

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Unusual & Exotic Pets

At Karingal Veterinary Hospital we believe in providing all pets, no matter what species, the very best veterinary care available. For this reason, we are now no longer seeing species other than dogs and cats (i.e. no reptiles, birds, rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, rats, mice, fish, Australian mammals, insects and arachnids) at our practice. Many […]

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Rabbit Care

­­­­­­Rabbits make great pets! Any rabbit owner will tell you that each rabbit has a distinct personality—some are active and playful, while others may be relaxed and peaceful. With the right care, rabbits make great household pets—they’re low maintenance, friendly and affectionate, and can even be trained to respond to basic demands. There are endless […]

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Guinea Pig Care

These cute little balls of fluff are not pigs at all—they’re actually rodents! Friendly, social and docile guinea pigs make terrific low-maintenance pets. The most important element of guinea pig care is diet—they need a good combination of hay, grass and vegetables to nibble on.. Like rabbits, pellets should be avoided unless they are a […]

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Rats and Mice

Domesticated rats and mice are nothing like their wild counterparts! Domestic rats and mice are friendly, curious, clean and sociable creatures that make great pets. Rats and mice suffer from an image problem despite the fact that as pets, they have been domesticated for hundreds of years and do not carry disease. Rats and mice […]

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Ferret Vaccinations

Ferrets are highly intelligent and social animals that are fun and friendly pets! Because ferrets are so social, they need to live with a few friends—never have a single ferret as a pet. If you own a pair or more of ferrets, the collective noun is a ‘business of ferrets.’ Ferrets are extremely inquisitive, so […]

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Bird Care

Birds make fun, pretty and friendly pets that the whole family will enjoy. The most popular Australian pet bird is of course the native budgie, and our vets are very experienced with the care of budgies as well as many other common and exotic pet birds. Of course a good bird cage is essential for […]

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Fish Care

They might not be as cuddly as cats and dogs, but fish still make terrific pets. Unlike other pets they don’t need grooming, playing with or walking—they just swim peacefully in their tank, giving you the therapeutic benefits of watching their lovely colours. From the common goldfish to stunning tropical varieties, fish are beautiful and […]

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328 Cranbourne Road, Frankston, VIC, 3199

P: (03) 9789 3444

The Karingal Veterinary Hospital is open 7 days a week.

Our hours are

- 8am-8pm Monday-Friday,
- 9am-5pm Saturday,
- Temporarily closed on Sundays Due To Covid,

* We are closed on public holidays.