Our Team

Dr. Jarrett Brown

BVSc (Hons)

Dr Jarrett is the owner and Head Veterinarian of Vets in Endeavour Hills. Since graduation, he has worked within busy and varied small animal practices within Balwyn and Templestowe.

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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.

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Erin Selleck

Erin joined the team in August 2019 and has completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing at Box Hill Institute.

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Julie Duong

Julie commenced studying for her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2019 at the Australian College of Applied Animal Studies and started her nursing career at Vets in Endeavour Hills in October 2020.

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Roschelle Ingels

Roschelle started at Vets In Endeavour Hills in 2020. She has completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and has a Bachelor of Science. 

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Jessikah Maher

Jessikah commenced her studies at the Australian College of Applied Animal Studies in 2015, completing her Certificate II in Animal Studies then went on to complete a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2017.

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Pet Care

  • Has your pet been diagnosed with an underlying allergy as the cause of their recurrent ear or skin irritation?  Whilst this can be disappointing news to receive, you and your pet can take comfort in the fact that we are very familiar with the management of allergies! Types of allergies There are four main types …
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  • Veterinarians frequently recommend pet “dentals”, but what does this procedure actually involve? Read on as we explain more about what happens during a dental procedure, and how we can help keep your pet’s pearly whites clean and healthy! Anaesthesia For a thorough dental treatment, we recommend that animals have a general anaesthetic for their comfort …
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  • Signs of poor digestive health in your dog or cat can be uncomfortable for your pet and be a cause of concern for you. Some owners write these signs off as a ‘sensitive stomach’, and either tolerate the symptoms – feeling as though that’s normal for their pet, or try various different diets in the …
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