Dr Kirsty Hughes (BSc, BVSc)

Business Owner and Senior Veterinarian


Kirsty, pictured with Zorro one of her three Pomeranians

Kirsty graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2010.

Kirsty's passion stems from her desire to make a difference in the lives of people and animals. She enjoys educating pet owners about how to ensure the best health for their pet, as well as helping animals to ease their pain and discomfort.

She owns a rotund, always hungry cat named Dot, and an even hungrier but slim cat named Friday. She also has three Pomeranians, Gypsy (gentle geriatric), Taffy (crazy ex-puppy farm rescue) and Zorro (clingy "golden child").

“If you’re worried about your pet, then so are we. It’s always better to have peace of mind than to leave it up to chance. Don’t leave your pet untreated for too long - let us help and treat your pet sooner rather than later.”

Janice Hughes


Janice, pictured with “Bear” our cheeky clinic cat

Janice, pictured with “Bear” our cheeky clinic cat

Janice is the friendly voice you'll hear on the other end of the phone when you make an appointment, or call our phone line. 

Janice has many years of experience as a a personal assistant, receptionist, book keeper, administrator across many organisations including not for profit and aged care. 

This is her first job in the veterinary industry, but she has lots of experience because of her busy household with "Missy" (a ball obsessed Fox Terrier), "Benji" (a gentle fluff ball), "Felix" (a cat who is forever trying to help by sitting on paperwork), and "Indy" (a mischievous tabby cat). 

Don’t forget that our senior pets need extra TLC! They need extra care when it comes to nutrition, diet and frequency of health checks as they get older.

Kayla Barbic

Veterinary Nurse (Cert 4)

Always do your research before buying a pet, so you are prepared to be able to give them the best treatment you can.