21 Murray St
8-12 Redbanks Rd
Cnr Queen Street & Anderson Walk
Meet our Amazing
Dr Tony Atyeo
Practice Owner / Principal Veterinarian
Tony completed his Bachelor of Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney in 1972 then came to work at a little vet clinic in Gawler owned by Dr Bruce Eastick.
Now, with over 45 years of experience caring for your furry, feathered, scaled or tailed family members, Tony is the owner and Principal Veterinarian of that little clinic – Gawler Veterinary Services.
Proud of his contribution to developing future generations of veterinarians, Tony has mentored students and graduates from all the Australian and New Zealand vet schools, and helped many new veterinarians get their start in the industry.
With a professional interest in dermatological issues and soft tissue surgery, Tony keeps the nurses on their toes in the treatment rooms and surgery as his experience shows in the speed and precision of his work.
A local through and through with close links to many community groups – most especially to the Gawler Rotary Club – Tony lives in Willaston with his aging Labrador Riley and a pandemonium of rescued parrots.
Dr Sarah Hill
Dr Michelle Starr
With an 1st Class Honours Degree in Veterinary Science and over 15 years experience in veterinary treatment, Dr Michelle loves getting to know your pets, takes pride in watching them grow up and live fulfilling lives, and is dedicated to building her already extensive knowledge of veterinary care.
Her interests in diagnostic imaging and pocket pets have led Dr Michelle to complete further education in
ultrasonography and to gain her Fear-Free qualification to help reduce the stress of pets during vet visits.
When she’s not hard at work in the clinic Michelle relaxes with her violin and is a member of the Australian Veterinary Orchestra and enjoys travelling the country and the world (and she always sends us great photos of the animals she sees on the way!).
Dr Michelle lives with Billy, her lively rescue terrier adopted from the AWL, and despite chronic hip pain he’s still a lively little “puppy” who always bounces happily when Michelle comes home.