Our Veterinary Nurses



Shannon is our nursing manager.She first joined our practice when she was a teenager, back in 1998 as a trainee veterinary nurse, initially on a weekend only basis while she was studying the veterinary nursing course at TAFE. We were quick to offer her full time employment and she has been with us ever since!
In this time she has taken a few periods of extended leave to take her nursing skills overseas where she worked in several small animal clinics throughout London and Dublin

Luckily for us Shannon has settled here permanently now as she has two children that she wished to raise in Perth. She recently just completed the Advanced Certificate in Feline Behaviour and is our "Cat Guru" as she is passionate about all things feline expecially behaviour related issues. She is always attending courses and seminars to keep her knowledge up to date.

Shannon really enjoys the administration and customer service side to her work these days and is putting all she learned at her course to good use here at the clinic to ensure everything runs smoothly.

In her “spare time” (we don’t know where she finds it!) she enjoys photography, going to the gym and martial arts.



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amy wolton

veterinary nurse

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Karen is a first generation born and bred Western Australian girl.
After working in the airline industry for over 20 years, Karen turned her lifelong dream to work with animals into a reality when she left the industry, had a complete career change and went to study the Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing at Applied Vocational Training! She graduated in 2009.  She initially started with us in 2007, attending our clinic one day a week on her prac as a student. When she graduated, she commenced full time employment with us.
Karen has a special interest in dog behaviour. She plans on gaining further qualifications in this field in the future. She also loves all aspects of surgical nursing and is always the first one to put her hand up to attend continuing education courses.
She lives locally with her husband Gary, her dog Roxy - a dingo cross and a rescue kitty Dora. (aka Daw Daws)
She is a keen walker, much to Roxy’s delight! She loves get togethers with friends around a BBQ. Karen also loves to travel and will endeavour to see as much of the world as she possibly can.



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megan longley

Casual Veterinary Nurse

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COVID-19 Update 

In order to provide the best quality care to you and your pet during the COVID-19 we have made some changes to the way we welcome you to the clinic. Up to date information regarding these changes can be found HERE