I cannot remember a time I didn’t have a love of all animals having grown up owning beautiful pet mice, birds, cats, fish, guinea pigs, rabbits and dogs.
From a young age I was always the one who would seek out our next family member and attend to any animal in need of help that crossed my path including my involvement in the rescuing and rehoming of abandoned animals.
It was my lifetime love and passion for the welfare of animals that has inspired me to further my skills and knowledge and become a veterinary nurse. I have completed a Cert IV in Companion Animal Services at TAFE and am currently finishing my studies in Cert II Animal Studies of my Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing Pathways Course.
Although all health areas interest me I do particularly love the genetic and reproductive aspect of companion animals, which led my family and myself to actively be involved in showing and (ethically) breeding Birman cats since 2011 with the most recent additions to my family being my Miniature Lop rabbit Pearl and my tri-colour Collie (Rough) Harry.
I feel incredibly honoured to be a part of such an amazing, supportive team and look forward to my future at Vet Central Animal Hospital!