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02 6291 7711
02 6291 7951

Address: Shopping Centre,
Hanlon Crescent,
Fadden, ACT 2904
Mon - Fri:
Sat:
8.00am - 7.00pm
8.00am - 3.00pm
Sun/Pub Hols: Closed

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For Out of Hours Emergencies please phone the Animal Referral Hospital Emergency on 6280 6344 or Canberra Veterinary Emergency Service on 6225 7257.

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Vets

 

 

   

Katherine Mills

I have been happy to call Tuggeranong Veterinary Hospital my place of work since graduation from the University of Sydney in 2009. I have a Tabby cat named Sir Percival Walter (a.k.a Little Terror) whose pattern and energy remind me of a Bengal. I must admit that I do have a special soft spot for the furry feline variety. There is a good chance I would be a 'crazy cat lady' if it were more socially acceptable. I love jigsaw puzzles, reading and eating Mi Goreng packet noodles for lunch. I look forward to seeing you soon.

   

Joyce Yung

Welcome back to Joyce. After going back to work in Hong Kong for a year, Joyce has come back to TVH and we are loving having her back (ed)

 

 

 

Yi Jiun Law

Yi Juin was born in Taipei City where she grew up always having a love for all living creatures. As a kid she couldn't help bringing home stray animals, anything from lizards to caterpillars and mantises, trying to make pets out of all of them. At the age of 6, she already decided to spend the rest of her life serving animals. Yi Juin completed a Bachelor degree in biology and worked in a research institute focusing on Biodiversity and population genetics, then decided she wanted to work with animals a bit closer. In 2003, Yi Juin came to Australia to study veterinary science at the University of Melbourne. By the time she graduated in 2006 she had visited most major cities in Australia and enjoyed every piece of this great southern land. She became an Australian citizen and finally settled in Canberra in 2009. Her special interests include diagnostic imaging and feline medicine.

 

 

Seonaid Knight

Seonaid (yes, strange gaelic name, pronounced Seona) graduated from Sydney University in 2002. Since then she has worked in Goulburn, the UK, Central Coast and Townsville before deciding to settle in Canberra and join the crew at Tuggeranong Veterinary Hospital in 2007. She has 3 children, so now spends more time at home looking after a different animal and works part-time. Outside of work, she enjoys relaxing with husband, Greg, walking their naughty labrador and curling up on the couch with their cat.

 

Rachael Grigson

Prior to becoming a fully-fledged vet, Rachael was known amongst her family and friends as the 'perpetual student'. After completing two degrees, majoring in genetics and history, Rachael realised that she would not be satisfied until she achieved her lifelong passion of becoming a veterinarian, graduating in 2008 with a degree in Veterinary Science with honors. Content and fulfilled, Rachael thoroughly enjoys working with all things furry, fuzzy and feathery.

Rachael and her husband share their home with two mischievous cats, Jules and Polly, and two very vocal cockatiels, Lilly and Lauchie. When not working, Rachael enjoys travelling, bush walking, testing out her green thumb, spitting in her harmonica, and repeatedly attempting to become a Singstar superstar!

 

Well, I dont know if Rachael has become a Singstar Superstar, but she has become a superstar to new little son Max and more recently little daughter Maggie. We still have to wait and see if Max becomes a Singstar Superstar! (ed)

 

Rose Anderson

 

I graduated from the University of Sydney in 2005 and worked in small animal practice in Australia and the UK. I grew up in Scone in the Hunter Valley but think dogs rule and horses are to be generally avoided. I have a high maintenance German Shepherd who tip-toes around my cat and a cat who wakes me up before dawn most mornings. I'm particularly interested in diagnostic imaging and small fluffy dogs.  

 

 

Jessica Divall

After growing up in Canberra I moved to study Vet at the University of Sydney.  I can’t think of any other job I would rather be doing. I have always known I wanted to be a vet. When I’m not at work you’ll often find me relaxing with my fur babies (Monty the cat, Nala the Kelpie and Bella the Golden Retriever), playing hockey, cooking/eating and planning adventures.  I look forward to meeting you and your animals.