PETstock Veterinary Hospital Essendon


Shop 2, 299 Pascoe Vale Road
Essendon, VIC 3040
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(03) 9374 2200


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Open Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 6:00pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am - 5:00pm

Closed on public holidays

Tim graduated from The University of Melbourne where he studied Veterinary Science thereby achieving his lifelong ambition of becoming a veterinarian! Since then he has worked in a number of veterinary clinics all around Australia including time in Emergency and an Exotics only clinic. Tim has a love of all animals but has a particular passion for Dogs, Cats, Rabbits, and Chickens.

Tim has a variety of animals living with him at the moment and that number just seems to keep on growing. Dr Tim is keen to meet as many of you and your companion animals as possible.

Dr. Bec has been working as a veterinarian for almost 2 years now. She has always been passionate about animals and their welfare, and so decided to pursue a career as a vet so she could spend her days helping people and their pets.

She completed her Doctor of Veterinary medicine in 2014, and quickly discovered that she had a strong interest in feline medicine, or anything feline-related really!

Bec adores her two cats, Smudge and Olive, a double-trouble brother and sister duo that she adopted as 4 week old strays.
In her spare time, Bec enjoys getting outdoors to hike and going on camping trips.

Bec is very excited to be working at PETStock Vet in Essendon, and can't wait to meet all the fur-babies in the area!

Natasha has been working as a vet nurse for nearly 2 years. Before working as a nurse, she volunteered and fostered for a local animal shelter, where she decided that she wanted to pursue a career in the veterinary industry. Natasha is currently studying her certificate IV in veterinary nursing, which she is set to complete by January 2017. Natasha lives in Ascot Vale with her partner and their two cheeky cats Loki and Lottie, who were both foster fails.

Errol is a veterinary nurse and animal behaviourist with 10 years’ experience in the animal welfare and not for profit sector. Errol has worked with organisations including the Lost Dogs Home, Lort Smith Animal Hospital and Seeing Eye Dogs Australia. Errol has a crazy fun Bengal cat named Akiiki and a Murray River Curly Coated Retriever named Jasper.