Affordable Prices
Affordable Prices
In-house Pathology
In-house Pathology
One Convenient Location
One Convenient Location

Cancer Surgery

A cancer diagnosis in your pet can be truly heartbreaking; Melbourne Pet Surgery aims to eliminate the stress of travelling between clinics by offering a range of diagnosis and treatment options in a single location.

Skin Masses

A common type of cancer that often affects our four-legged friends, skin masses thankfully tend to develop as benign tumours that (when caught early) can be successfully treated.

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Splenic Tumours

Often seen in older dogs, splenic tumours start as a large mass within the spleen or liver before spreading rapidly.

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Osteosarcoma: Bone Cancer in Dogs

The most common bone tumour that occurs in pets, osteosarcomas are aggressive and rapidly spread. We work closely with you to determine the best treatment.

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Anal Gland Adenocarcinomas

Affecting your pet’s anal glands, this type of cancer is not overly common but will generally spread before it is found – surgery must occur straightaway.

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Mammary Gland Cancers

The name given to single or multiple masses that occur in the mammary glands of cats and dogs. They occur most commonly in animals who haven’t been spayed.

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Ear and Nose Cancer in White Cats

Only appearing on the non-pigmented areas of the ears and nose of white cats, this type of cancer is highly invasive but slow to spread.

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Dr. Scot Plummer

Meet Dr. Scot Plummer

BVSC(HONS)

Dr Plummer has always had a deep love for animals and graduated from the University of Queensland with Honours. in his Bachelor of Veterinary Science. After the success of his Brisbane clinic, Dr Plummer has launched Melbourne Pet Surgery with the goal of lowering the cost of high-quality pet care for all Melburnians.

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