A qualified Level 4 Vet Nurse and have been with the clinic for 4 years.Enjoys all aspects of nursing and loves seeing patients go home happier and healthier. Has become the vet clinics personal graphic designer.Often fosters puppies and kittens until they are ready for adoption.Fur-family includes a German Shepherd named Karma, and a foster-failed tabby cat named Luca.
Currently studying a bachelor of veterinary biology/bachelor of veterinary science at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga, NSW. Born and bred farmer from Cowell and I have always had a passion for animals. I started volunteering at the Cowell Veterinary Clinic when I was around 12 years old and I now work as a vet nurse in my holidays. I have multiple working dogs, a farm cat and lots of sheep! I am very passionate about livestock and hope to specialise in livestock reproduction after graduation as a vet!
Currently studying Cert 4 vet nursing, started as kennel hand and trainee nurse, has 15 years experience. Has several rescue pets including dogs, cats, birds and lizards. Favourite part of the job is assisting in surgery.
Senior Vet Nurse
Senior Vet Nurse, Certified to level 4 with over 20 years experience in veterinary nursing. She has a passion for surgical nursing, an area which she excels in. Karen has three dogs of her own, all of which she rescued and they now live a life of luxury.
Currently studying cert 4, started as kennel hand for 3 years, and vet nursing for 5 years. Favourite part of the job is the happy endings when pets recover and go home feeling well. Has rabbits, 2 dogs, 5 budgies, 3 hermit crabs and a turtle.
Senior Vet Nurse
Senior Vet Nurse – has 18 years experience and is Cert 4 qualified. Is also Clinic Manager and Nursing Manager. Most rewarding part of the job is seeing patients go home happy and healthy.
Louishia is a school student by day and after school she works as a casual kennel hand, a job she started at the beginning of 2019. She enjoys caring for animals but eventually hope to become a teacher.
Starting with the Whyalla Veterinary Clinic as a volunteer foster carer, then social media manager, and foster care co-ordinator. I then completed Certificate 2 in vet nursing and went on immediately to complete Certificate 4. I also have extensive grooming experience, but mostly just groom my own dogs these days. I have several of my own pets, and still foster rescues. The most rewarding part of my job is seeing healthy pets go home with happy owners, and rescuing and rehoming stray dogs and cats.
Level 4 Veterinary Nurse.
I have been working at the Whyalla veterinary clinic since 2008 as a veterinary nurse. I enjoy all aspects of vet nursing and do enjoy grooming dogs and cats as well. I have a large animal family that my actual family call our zoo. I love my job because it allows me to challenge myself and help pets in need.