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Greencross Vets

Hoppers Crossing

Welcome to Greencross Vets Hoppers Crossing

We are your local team of pet care professionals, we are truly ‘passionate about pets’ and we love what we do.

We offer a comprehensive range of professional veterinary services to cater for all your pet needs, ranging from preventative health care to weight loss programs through to surgery and diagnostic medicine.

Although Greencross Vets is part of a national organisation our practice is run and managed by a team of dedicated vets, nurses and support staff who understand and value the bond between you and your pet.

Our team is committed to offering you and your pet’s exceptional service, and the very best in veterinary medicine and preventative health care.

We encourage you to contact us directly should you have any questions about your pet’s health and wellbeing or if you simply want more information about the services that we can provide you and your pets.

Greencross Vet Hospital at the University of Melbourne, Werribee, is our nearest 24/7 emergency vet.

Day or night, their experienced veterinary team are on hand to care for you and your pets.

Greencross Vet Hospital
Open 24/7, 365 days including public holidays
03 8721 1414
250 Princes Hwy, Werribee VIC 3030 View map

Our Services.

Greencross Vets Hoppers Crossing offer a comprehensive range of professional veterinary services to cater for all your pet care needs utilising the latest diagnostic equipment.


Getting your pet desexed (neutered or spayed) is essential to their health. All Greencross Vets facilities are completely sterile and use the latest in surgical equipment.


Prevention is the best medicine. Kitten and puppy vaccinations (injections) and adult pet vaccinations prevent disease. Get your pet’s vaccinations up-to-date.

Heartworm Prevention

Heartworm can be hard to detect, but it needn’t be hard to prevent. Greencross Vets recommends year round heartworm prevention. Ask your vet about prevention today.


Greencross Vets offer a range of dentistry services like cat and dog teeth cleaning. Consider us your pet’s veterinarian and dentist combined.



An ultrasound is a painless diagnostic procedure that allows vets to take a closer look at your pet’s health. We only use the latest technology for the most accurate diagnoses.



Greencross Vets clinics are equipped with high-quality radiograph equipment including X-ray machines, automatic processors, and X-ray view equipment.

Clinical Pathology

Clinical pathology allows our vets to analyse and diagnose health conditions. Common laboratory tests include blood tests, urinalysis, faecal tests and biopsy examination.


Laboratory Testing

The latest in-house laboratory equipment allows our vets to perform a range of diagnostic tests to achieve accurate, rapid diagnosis of your pets’ health status.

Meet The Team

Zoe Zold

Zoe Zold

Practice Manager/Veterinary Nurse

Zoe started at Greencross Vets in May 2020, she hold a certificate IV in Vet Nursing and since Oct 2021 has taken on the role of practice manager. Her continuous interest and passion for animals has been prominent since a very young age.
She grew up on a family farm, so helping and raising animals become a very strong passion of hers.
Zoe made the decision in April 2022 to become a “dog mum” to her handsome fur baby Kodak the Kelpie and has never looked back since. Some would say his the most spoilt Kelpie there is.
In Zoe’s spare time she loves to go camping, fishing, road tripping and spend time with her nearest and dearest, and as you can guess Kodak is right there by her side doing everything she loves doing with her. They are really the ultimate package deal.

Jessica Hill

Jessica Hill

Jess recently joined the Greencross Vets team in May 2023 after completing her Certificate IV in Veterinary nursing. Jess has been passionate about animals since she could remember and absolutely loves being a vet nurse and couldn’t imagine herself doing anything else as a career.

She has four of her own adorable fur babies at home who keep her on her toes – an Italian greyhound named Luna and three cheeky kitties named Binx, Penny and Oatie. In her spare time, she enjoys Roller-skating at the skate park, playing the piano, guitar, singing and spending time with family and friends.

Michaela Stanfield

Michaela Stanfield

Veterinary Nurse

Michaela has worked in the animal industry since 2016 and volunteered with wildlife before that. In 2020 she became a veterinary nurse working in multiple Greencross Vet clinics across NSW and VIC but Hoppers Crossing is now home. As a member of our team, she enjoys all aspects of nursing with an interest in behaviour and the variety the day brings.
Michaela is also Stress Free accredited, which helps prevent and alleviate fear, stress and anxiety in pets and making all visits as nice as possible for both fur babies and their owners. She is ‘dog-mum’ to three large canines: a black German shepherd ‘Koda’, a husky ‘Balto’, a kelpie X ‘Dexter’ and human child ‘Kiara’, which all keep her active outside of work.
In her spare time, she loves to travel with her human and fur family especially camping and overseas adventures.

Meghan Richmann

Meghan Richmann

Veterinary Nurse

Ever since Meghan was a little kid, she has always been passionate about animals and hopes to one day be a Veterinarian. During high school, she started her pathway into the industry by completing a Certificate in Animal Studies. She now has moved on to studying her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing with us here at Greencross. You will find Meghan here most days smiling and getting overly excited at any collie that comes into the clinic.

Meghan has two beautiful Border Collies at home, Jasper and Aspen, as well as a noisy Siamese named Eevie. Outside of work Meghan likes to play video games, hang out with friends and attend car meets.

Bonnie Dixon

Bonnie Dixon

Bonnie completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in December 2020 and has been a vet nurse at Greencross Hoppers Crossing since March 2021. Bonnie is a massive animal lover, owning 3 Ragdolls and a Frenchie! She is always up for a good chat and will love your pets like her own. She also cares for foster kittens in her spare time.

Ashlea O’Brien

Ashlea O’Brien

Ashlea completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in December 2019. She started as a casual nurse with Greencross Hoppers Crossing in May 2019 and became a permanent staff member in January 2020.
Ash enjoys chatting with our clients and always has time to give love to your pets. Ash is hoping to start up Puppy school training here at the clinic to help share her knowledge and skills with new puppy owners.
Ash loves to spend time with her own grown up puppy Murphy who is constantly a source of entertainment!

Dr Jeff Brady

Dr Jeff Brady

Dr Jeff has been at 58 Derrimut Road for almost two decades. He has been a dog and cat vet for a few more years than that, however, and still enjoys the interesting cases that find their way to our clinic. He keeps up to date with the latest techniques & treatments through conferences and web-based learning to ensure your pets are offered the very best care possible. He has been involved with the Australian Veterinary Association for many years and awarded the title of Fellow after his extensive voluntary work. Dr Jeff is owned by a hyperactive and demanding Jack Russell Terrier named Lily. In his spare time Jeff likes to cook and eat, maybe too much.

Erin Findlay

Erin Findlay

Erin is a trainee nurse at Greencross Vets Hoppers Crossing. She is currently studying towards her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing with Open Colleges and is very grateful to have this opportunity to put her newly learnt skills into action at Greencross Vets. In her spare time Erin loves to go water skiing and hang out with her newly rescued dog Lenny who is a kelpie cross. Erin is very much enjoying working with the Hoppers Crossing team and getting to know all their lovely clients.

58 Derrimut Road, Hoppers Crossing Victoria 3029

Hoppers Crossing

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