Our Team

Dr. Jarrett Brown

BVSc (Hons)

Dr Jarrett joins the Vets in Endeavour Hills team as the new owner and principle veterinarian. In 2014, he became a full time vet at Vets on Parker, Templestowe, before transferring to Endeavour Hills in August 2016 to take up his new role.

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Dr. Yvonne Rabl

BVSc

Yvonne studied Veterinary Science at the University of Melbourne and loves the daily variety and challenges of being a vet.

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Dr. Nina Zhang

BSc DVM

Nina graduated from The University of Melbourne and has grown up in the south eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Nina enjoys all aspects of veterinary science and has interests in both medicine and surgery. As a general practitioner Nina is looking forward to developing valuable relationships with owners and their furry family members.

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Vanessa McCoy

Vanessa completed her veterinary nurse training at Box Hill TAFE in 2002 and has been a part of the Endeavour Hills team since 2003.

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Kaitlyn Alder

Kaitlyn joined the Endeavour Hills team in 2014. She previously studied a Diploma of Animal Technology at Box Hill Institute, before beginning a Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Biosciences at La Trobe University.

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Jessica Anderson

Jessica studied her Diploma of Veterinary Nursing in Invercargill, New Zealand. She moved to Melbourne at the end of 2015, starting her first vet nursing job here at Endeavour Hills where her career has blossomed.

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Eve Hemsley

Eve has always loved animals and has been working with them since leaving school. After moving to Melbourne from England with her family and Labradors when she was 12, she found a real love for rabbits, guinea pigs and cats!

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Pet Care

  • De-sexing your dog or cat isn’t just about avoiding unwanted pregnancies. They are often healthier as they are less likely to develop certain diseases over the course of their lives. It can also help with certain behavioural problems. If you are a new dog or cat owner and you are unsure about the whole process, …
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  • Training a new dog takes a lot of time and dedication, especially if you have a puppy. In the beginning, it can seem like an overwhelming amount of work. Just remember to be patient with your dog and take things step by step. In this blog, we are sharing basic tips to get you started. …
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  • This summer, we saw lots of warm weather and heavy rains, making ideal breeding grounds for hoards of mosquitos. In turn, this has caused a spike in cases of myxomatosis. In today’s blog, we are discussing what exactly myxomatosis is, and why you should be active in trying to prevent your rabbit from contracting it. …
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