PETstock Veterinary Hospital Bunbury

Address

Bunbury Homemaker Centre
42 Strickland Street
South Bunbury, WA 6230
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Telephone

(08) 9792 4392

Email

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Open Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 6:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am - 4:00pm

Closed on public holidays

Adrienne has been a vet for 34 years – initially in small animal practice in Cape Town, South Africa and later running a rural practice on a farm in Zimbabwe where she lived with her husband, four children, ten dogs and two cats. Adrienne immigrated to Australia in 2002 and has worked in numerous Rural and Small Animal Practices.

Adrienne’s passion is animal welfare work in third world countries that have access to minimal veterinary resources and services. Adrienne has participated in sterilisation, vaccination and education programs as a volunteer vet in Zimbabwe, Botswana, Vietnam and more recently the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Here, Adrienne was engaged in providing services for a pack of Springer Spaniels and Blood Hounds used in to minimise poaching.

At present, Adrienne is the proud parent of two dogs, four cats and six Guinea Fowl who like to go walkabout and visit all the neighbours.

Wim is a recently graduated veterinarian all the way from Onderstepoort South Africa. His love for animals came from his Grandfather Eloff, a keen outdoorsman and cattle farmer in Namibia and his love for medical science his father, Theuns, a medical doctor. The combination of these two influences led him to veterinary science. Wim studied animal science and completed an honours degree in nutrition before starting his degree in veterinary science. Before joining the PETstock VET family, Wim worked in a rural mixed practice. He has a particular love for cats, owning two himself, Ghost and Stitch. Other family member include Rozanne (wife), Arabelle (newborn baby girl) and Flop the rabbit.

Annette has been working in the veterinary industry for over 10 years and has been a qualified veterinary nurse since 2013. Her passion for animal care comes from the joy of seeing a sick pet recover and become their normal self again. She is also interested in animal behaviour and enjoys training dogs and working with clients to get the best out of their pets. Annette has an American Staffordshire Terrier, a Staffy Bulldog cross, a cat and two chickens.

Nikki grew up in the Pilbara and always knew she wanted to be a veterinary nurse. Luckily enough Nikki began her journey as a trainee and never looked back, that was more than 16 years ago! Nikki finds veterinary nursing to be the most rewarding and challenging career. Her passion is educating pet parents on the best health care of their fur babies. Nikki has two horses that she competes with all over Western Australia and a beautiful Border Collie named Flick.

Tommi has been working in the veterinary industry for over 25 years in both mixed and small animal practices throughout Queensland and Western Australia. Her son Ashley would love to be a vet when he grows up and loves playing with their 3 dogs, cat, lovebird and rat! Tommi has a particular interest in orphaned and injured wildlife, and loves nursing them back to health and releasing them back into their natural habitat.