Rob graduated at the University of Melbourne and has been in the veterinary profession for over 30 years. His early years began in small animal practice. After a short period working overseas, Rob came back to Australia and took up rural mixed animal practice working from Gippsland to Wodonga to the Grampians. Rob's animal menagerie includes "Soda" the mischievous ginger cat, "Lovey" the dove that couldn't find its way home, "Smokey" the early morning alarm clock Cockatiel and "Gracie" the energetic English Staffordshire Terrier.
Louisa graduated at the University of Melbourne in 2003 and started her first job at Heritage Vet Clinic. She left Heritage Vet in late 2004 to do locum work at RSPCA and the Lort Smith and returned after 6 months. Her "furry" adoptee is a black-and-white cat called "Mila" who was found as a scruffy looking kitten stray at the Werribee campus of the Veterinary School.
Margaret is our locum vet helping out at Heritage Vet Clinic on Mondays. Margaret has worked in many vet clinics both in Australia and Canada. She has provided a wealth of knowledge to the clinic and has a keen interest in holistic therapies.
Angie started vet nursing at Heritage Vet Clinic in 2003. Before vet nursing, Angie spent her time breeding and showing Champion Bull Terriers. Although she no longer actively breeds Bull Terriers, she is still a member of the VCA (Victorian Canine Association). Angie's loving pets have included the late Bull Terriers "Rocky", and "Holly". She currently has the loud-mouthed Cockatoo named "Cocky", and the cheeky Chihuahua "Tico".
Nat has completed Certificate IV of Veterinary Nursing at NMIT and started vet nursing at Heritage Vet Clinic in 2003. Nat helps run the puppy school at Heritage Vet and has finished the Alpha Professional Dog Training Course and is a qualified dog trainer. Nat's farm includes "Pluto" the Ridgeback X, recently adopted 'Jetta' a Cairn Terrier pup, and 2 fluffy felines: the long-haired ginger "Frankie" and the gigantic Maine Coon "Leo".
Rini has been at Heritage Vet Clinic since 2009. Rini completed a Bachelor of Animal Science and Management in 2007. Rini loves to travel and has been to Europe, North America, Africa and Asia. She has completed the Alpha Professional Dog Training Course, using her skills to educate puppies and owners in puppy school and run her own dog training business, "Learn to Lead". She is currently fostering 'Di Sparkles' a German Short-haired Pointer.
Zea started at Heritage Vet Clinic in 2011 and has completed Certificate IV of Veterinary Nursing at Box Hill Tafe. She has two cheeky felines, Mabel and Harry, hand raised from 3 weeks old. And recently adopted a very fluffy bunny named Ethel and her baby boy Martin.
Ginevra has been working at Heritage since mid 2016. She is currently completing a Bachelor of Science with a special interest in Biology. Ginevra is an experienced kitten foster carer, having fostered dozens of kittens over the last couple of years. Her fur babies are a pampered Chihuahua x Miniature Fox Terrier "Bonnie" and the recently adopted mischievous ginger kitten 'Elliot'.