dr kirsty hughes (veterinarian)
Kirsty graduated from the Bachelor of Veterinary Science at The University of Melbourne in 2010.
Kirsty can provide 'end of life' veterinary care, including euthanasia and palliative care, in the private and familiar surroundings of your pets home.
After spending many years in small animal private practice, including working in emergency veterinary hospitals, and owning a mobile veterinary clinic business as well, Kirsty knows that being able to say goodbye to your pet in the comfort and privacy of your own home is the best way to ensure a peaceful experience for everyone.
Dr Kirsty has just recently completed a training course on "Supporting Individuals and Families After the Death of a Pet" through the Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement.
Dr tim conolly (veterinarian)
Tim graduated with the Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery from the University of Murdoch (Perth, WA) in 2014.
He moved to Melbourne at the beginning of 2015 to complete an emergency internship at a state of the art specialist emergency clinic. He successfully finished this at the end of 2015.
Having worked in emergency, Tim has developed a special interest in emergency medicine, and now works full time in an emergency clinic. Having been placed in very emotional situations in a veterinary clinic emergency department on a daily basis, with extremely unwell animals, Tim knows the importance of being able to have the time to spend with your pet prior to, during and after a euthanasia, in order to allow the grieving process to begin.
JANICE (PRACTICE MANAGER)
Janice is the friendly voice you'll hear on the other end of the phone when you make an appointment, or call our phone line.
Janice has many years of experience as a a personal assistant, receptionist, book keeper, administrator across many organisations including not for profit and aged care.
This is her first job in the veterinary industry, but she has lots of experience because of her busy house hold with "Missy" (a ball obsessed Fox Terrier), "Benji" (a gentle fluff ball), "Felix" (a cat who is forever trying to help by sitting on paperwork), and "Indy" (a mischeivious tabby cat).