21 Murray St
8-12 Redbanks Rd
Cnr Queen Street & Anderson Walk
Meet our Fabulous
Veterinary Nurse-COMING SOON
Ask any of our vets, vet nurses or clients and they’ll tell you that Kat is one of the very best animal handlers and surgical nurses you can find, and she strives to make visits to the clinic enjoyable for both patients and clients.
With nearly a decade of experience as a vet nurse, Kat was inspired by her time at Moholoholo Rehab Centre in South Africa, where she spent time volunteering with sick and orphaned lions cubs, birds of prey, tamarins, servals, a rhino and jaguars.
And while Kat loves dogs, at heart she’s a cat person, living with her two neurotic cats – Fizz and Floki (who don’t like each other very much) - enjoys catching up on the latest Netflix has to offer and driving Mel crazy by hiding her coffee mug around the office
Veterinary Nurse / Reception
With a background in aged care, Kylie’s supportive and understanding nature have helped her become the smiling and caring face of our Smithfield Clinic.
Living locally in the Northern Suburbs with her family and beloved dog Ruby, Kylie joined the GVS team in 2010, fresh from completing her Veterinary Nursing studies, and over the last decade she has worked across our clinics dealing with unique situations and cases which have developed her nursing skills and experience.
Kylie gets enormous satisfaction from surgical nursing, but is also keenly interested in animal rehabilitation and wildlife care
Straight out of TAFE Sally’s first nursing job was In a 24/7 emergency clinic – and she loved it, thriving on the intense and dramatic nature of emergency practice.
With a CERT II Animal Studies and a CERT IV Veterinary Nursing, Sally is interested in anaesthetics and surgical nursing and is enjoying the less hectic pace of general practice and the many opportunities she is getting to learn from her colleagues.
Early in 2020 Sally volunteered with the Adelaide Koala Rescue Hospital, set up after the devastating bushfires in what was a heartbreaking but eye-opening and extremely rewarding experience.
Sally lives locally with her 3 dogs – Coops the old Labrador and staffy cross cattle dogs Syd & Tiggi – 3 ex-stray cats (Boots, Monkey and hand-raised demon-puss Nuggle) and 6 hand-raised sheep who might just think they are dogs.
A born and bred Barossa girl, Corrin’s nursing experience stretches right back to completing a school-based apprenticeship in year 12, and she has been nursing your pets ever since.
Corrin holds a Cert II in Animal studies, loves being part of the surgical team, but is also very interested in helping us understand the preventative power of nutrition on your pets’ overall health.
Corrin lives in the heart of the Barossa with her family and an aging flock of animals, including a 17-year old Heeler who patiently suffers being dressed in princess capes and crowns by Corrin’s happy 3-year old daughter, and two 13-year old kittens called Hamish and Andy.
A long-term crazy horse gal, Corrin also has 2 welsh ponies and her 20-year old thoroughbred called Fab, who she rode in State & National Showjumping teams, but is now happily enjoying the retired life.