A veterinary practice in Lower Plenty with brand new state-of-the-art facilities, that truly cares for pets naturally and traditionally
New Clients – please ask for your welcome pack when you visit us! Click here for a tour of our new facilities.
We know how much you love your pet
Lower Plenty Veterinary Clinic offers a broad range of quality services to give your pets the best possible care that you expect from a veterinary practice, at an affordable price. At Lower Plenty Veterinary Clinic, we treat patients with conventional medicine as well as the Holistic therapies such as Homeopathy, Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Flower Essences and Bioresonance (Bicom) Therapy.
With our experienced veterinary surgeons and staff, we can look after your pet’s general wellness, dental care, nutritional and surgical needs in a traditional and holistic way. Our Senior Veterinary Surgeon, Dr Avinder Pasricha has more than 30 years of experience in veterinary medicine, surgery including orthopedics and further education in Holistic therapies. We offer our services locally in the Northern and Eastern suburbs, extending across the Melbourne Metropolitan areas.
“Recently our cat was very sick and Avinder, Jila & the team went above & beyond to help us with Ollie. We are very grateful that Ollie pulled through thanks to the team at Lower Plenty vets. Would highly recommend them due to the dedicated service and care we received from all involved.”
“Avinder and staff have been consistently caring with our two dogs over the last twelve years they always go the extra mile highly recommended”
“Being a vet nurse for 10 years, you end up very picky on where you take your pets and I’m happy to say I have found a lovely and professional clinic at Lower Plenty Veterinary Clinic to take my two Spoodles too.
Dr Avinder is a wonderful vet and I highly recommend him. Your practice is clean, claiming for the pets & professional, all your team should be proud.”
“Avinder and his excellent team took great care of my girl Tia right to the end of her more than 16 years – seeing her through her epilepsy and her bladder cancer. They now have the challenge of doing the same for my boy Teddy. No problem for them!”