Dr Nadine Gruenthal BSc BVMS MVS
Nadine graduated from Murdoch University Veterinary School in 2003. She has worked in several prominent small animal practices in Perth. She has gained significant experience in both medicine and surgery. Naidne has a passion for small animal reproduction (because she loves puppies and kittens!).
Nadine’s achievements include:
- Masters in Small Animal Practice – Murdoch University, 2010
- PennHip radiology accreditation completed – United States, 2006
- Camelot Sires semen freezing course – Adelaide 2007
- Transcervical Insemination and Artificial Reproduction Course – Melbourne, 2008
- AQIS accreditation
Nadine loves dogs, but still has a soft spot for all creatures great and small. She has two dogs called Tony and Meadow. Her cat is called Sushi. Her chickens are called Elizabeth, Penelope and Rapunzel. And her fish is called Blue.
Dr Alex Gibbs
Alex graduated Murdoch University Veterinary School in 2016. She has a passion for travelling and during university spent time in India volunteering at a spey and neuter clinic to help control stray dog populations. Having worked in busy clinics in the south west she has been exposed to many interesting emergency and surgical cases but has special interest in small animal medicine and dermatology. In her spare time Alex likes spending time camping down south, exercising, catching up with family and friends and looking after her two spoilt cats, Chase and Stitch.
Dr Sarah Langton BVSc BVetBiol GradDipEd
Sarah graduated from Charles Sturt University in 2015 with a Bachelor Vet Biology and Veterinary Science. She has worked in many clinics including equine mixed practice in Queensland, volunteering on the Cook Islands, and she spent two years living and working in the UK. Sarah has a passion for small animal medicine and welfare, having completed an internal medicine internship at Murdoch University. Sarah’s interests include travel, running, hiking, and yoga. She has gained many furry friends since working as a vet including her large rescue tabby cat from London named Budgie, her rascal border collie named Raven, and her rabbit Pop-eye”.
Dr Candice Baker BSc BVMS MANZCVS (ECC)
I graduated in 2010 from Murdoch University and spent the first three years of my career worked in mixed practice in the wheatbelt. I always thought that I would end up in equine practice for my career, but my background involved dog breeding, so it was a toss of a coin as to which species I would gravitate towards. Not surprisingly, I ended up going with my canine companions as a focus. At the end of 2013 I began working in Emergency at WAVES, in 2017 I completed my membership exams with the Australian and New Zealand College of Vet scientists in Emergency and Critical Care medicine. Emergency medicine has taken a lot of my time, however, in 2018 I decided to take a leap back into general practice at the well respect clinic – The Pet Practice. I am enjoying working with breeders and beautiful families of their beloved pets alike. I get to practice my knowledge in emergency and neonatal care and my newer found interests in radiology. I am hoping to complete my membership exams in small animal radiology in 2020.
In my spare time I enjoy camping and travelling with my husband and son and in the other spare time I devote energy towards ensuring the health and welfare of German Shepherd Dogs in Australia are attended to. Sometimes, I even like to go to a dog show!
Kylie has been a registered nurse for over 25 years. She has a tremendous amount of experience caring for animals. She loves all aspects of veterinary nursing especially surgery, geriatric care and feline medicine. Kylie is a caring and compassionate member of our team and we are so lucky to have her working here. Kylie has a boisterous Golden Retriever called Poppy.
Candice has been working in the veterinary industry since 2009. She has worked at several busy veterinary hospitals in Perth and gained a lot of experience as a nurse. She loves assisting with surgery and caring for our hospitalised patients. Candice is always cuddling and caring for the pets in the clinic. Candice has an extra special soft spot for brachycephalic breeds (Bulldogs, French bulldogs and Pugs) as she grew up with them as a family pets. She now has taken a particular interest in veterinary nursing for these unique dogs. When Candice isn’t at work she loves spending time with her nieces and walking her three dogs – Bounty, Harley and Blitzy.
Alison has been a veterinary nurse since 1997. So she has a vast amount of experience in nursing including medicine, surgery and reproduction. Alison has a passion for neonatal care and is highly skilled in raising new born puppies and caring for pregnant and lactating dogs. She is also very interested in canine reproduction and has worked in that field for many years. When Alison is not veterinary nursing, she spends her time being a mum to her four children. She has a menagerie of pets including five dogs, chickens, two goats and a horse.