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Our Services

Lynbrook Vet is a state of the art small animal primary care practice. We provide the entire range of veterinary services for our small animal patients. These services include consultations including house visits, vaccinations, microchipping, dentistry, surgical services both soft tissue and orthopedic, internal medicine, parasite prevention, euthanasia, emergency care, referral services and pet food sales.

Lynbrook vet provides an entire range of veterinary services for our small animal patients.

We provide veterinary services for residents in the following suburbs in Melbourne: Lynbrook, Lyndhurst, Hampton Park, Hallam, Narre Warren South, Narre Warren, Sandhurst, Dandenong South, Botanic Ridge, Clyde North, Clyde, Skye, Cranbourne South, Cranbourne East, Cranbourne North, Cranbourne West and Cranbourne.

The Team

Dr Kunal Nagaich and Dr Alina Lavelle-Fry work as partners at Lynbrook Vet, providing compassionate and considerate care for your family pets. They provide a family-friendly atmosphere and are the team that you can entrust with all of your pets’ care. They are experienced in providing professional medical and surgical solutions for all your pets’ health concerns and are known for their kind and thoughtful approach.

Lynbrook Vet: Veterinary Clinic and Consultation in Lynbrook, VIC

I have always loved animals and visiting the Talk to the Animals Expo at age 4 I declared that I wanted to be an animal doctor, like Dr Harry Cooper when I grew up.

Lynbrook Vet: Veterinary Clinic and Consultation in Lynbrook, VIC

I have been an animal lover for as long as I can remember. I must admit though I took what I would like to call the scenic route to becoming a veterinarian.

Lynbrook Tales

Lynbrook tales is our very own blog. Please enjoy reading it here. We love to receive feedback so don’t hesitate to tell us what you think. If there is something that you would like to see here please let us know and we will be happy to research and write about it here.

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