PETstock Veterinary Hospital Rouse Hill


1/4 Commercial Road
Masters Home Improvement Centre
Rouse Hill, NSW 2155‎
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(02) 8883 0304

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Open Hours

Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Closed Good Friday, Easter Sunday, ANZAC Day and Labour Day

Easter Saturday (Saturday 15th April, 2017) - 9:00am - 5:00pm
Easter Monday (Monday 17th April, 2017) - 10:00am - 2:00pm
Queen's Birthday (Monday 12th June, 2017) - 10:00am - 2:00pm

Calli’s passion for veterinary medicine started at a young age and she would often attend equine emergency calls with her father, who is a vet in Southern California. Calli’s university career started at UC Davis with a degree in Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behaviour. Later the majority of her veterinary studies took place in the West Indies at St. George's University, Grenada. It was Calli’s clinical year at Murdoch University in WA which brought her to Australia and led her to her now husband in NSW. Calli has a hobby farm, complete with cattle, chickens, horses, and goats. Calli has an interest in all animals, but especially likes working with birds.

Brook is owned by three chickens and a spoilt Australian Mist cat named Kismet. Brook lives in Baulkham Hills with her husband and they are looking for a new doggy companion.

Katrina has had a strong passion for all animals her whole life! From a very young age Katrina was always found bringing home a number of cats, dogs and birds to foster and rehabilitate. Katrina’s fur family consists of a German Shepherd Ellie, a lorikeet Mark, and two cats Midnight and Yoyo, all of them rescues. Katrina has recently started taking up horse-riding (so a pet horse may be coming soon!)

Katrina became a qualified nurse in December of 2012, after completing her Certificate IV. Since then, Katrina has had an amazing experience in the industry and has volunteered some time in Thailand and Cambodia, working with rescue Elephants and Sun/Moon Bears. She has a great interest in Emergency and Critical care, Medical Nursing, behaviour and rehabilitation. Katrina loves her job and treats every animal that walks in through the vet clinic like one of her own!

Katies love for all kinds of animals has been lifelong. She finds Vet Nursing to be very satisfying and rewarding. Katies interests lie in anaesthetics, surgery and recovery. The highlight of Katies day is seeing the patients go home happy and healthy.

Katies family consists of a horse, two Staffies and one snake called Snakey.

Stevo is our adopted clinic cat. He likes to get into a lot of mischief but he also makes friends with all the customers and helps to comfort the patients in hospital.