270 Mt Alexander Road, Ascot Vale, VIC 3032
  03 9372 7655


"We care for your pet as if it was part of our family"

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Phone 03 9372 7655
Address 270 Mt Alexander Rd
Ascot Vale, Vic., 3032
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Our Hours

Mon - Fri 7.00am - 7.30pm
Sat 8.30am - 3.00pm
Sun 10.00am - 1.00pm
Consultations by appointment
For emergencies call or drop in we'll fit you in

We are offering a free Wellness Examination for your new puppy or kitten. Please contact us to schedule appointment for your new family member.

*Conditions apply, by appointment.
If a medical condition is found further examination and treatment may involve costs.

Veterinary Nurses



Prior to joining us in 2016 , Michelle was working at an animal shelter in Geelong while studying a certificate III in Animal Studies. She has since completed her certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and has a special interest for Surgical Nursing and Critical Care & Emergency.
Michelle’s fur-mily is comprised of Indie the Border Collie, cats Darma, Agnes and Phoenix as well as an Eclectus parrot called Axle. She spends most of her spare time training Indie in agility with the ultimate goal of competing is this discipline.


Alison is the most recent recruit of our nursing team. She has a passion for animals and animal welfare and has a background in both volunteering and working for large Victorian animal shelters. She has taken very well to private practice and has enjoyed bonding with our wonderful clients and patients. She is fur-mom to five absolutely beautiful cats who bring her immense joy and happiness. Two of them, Amazon and Honey, are inseparable siblings who she hand-reared after they were abandoned in a box at a factory site in Rowville when they were less than a week old. The third is a cat named Simba who she initially fostered but then adopted after she bonded so well to the rest of the family. The final two are Monkey and Goose who were fostered to gain the socialization skills they lacked after not being handled for the first few months of their life and somehow…they never left! Alison has also fostered many cats (who were successfully rehomed!) and her hobbies include gardening and taking long outdoor walks.


Amy has been a veterinary nurse for 4 years and has worked in large and small animal practices. She has a particular interest in animal dentistry and behaviour.
Before joining us at the Flemington Veterinary Hospital Amy was selected to attend the British Veterinary Nurse Association Conference in England during which she got the opportunity to visit several specialty hospitals such as Tiggywinkles wildlife hospital, Fitzpatrick referrals, Battersea dog's and cat's home, the UK Wolf Conservation trust and the UK Wold Conservation Trust.
Amy grew up in the country with nothing short of a menagerie of pets including goats, chickens, dogs and  cats as well as a cockatiel and fish. Since moving closer to the city, she is now owned by a Domestic short Haired cat called Peanut and a Whippet named Walter.



Amie- Lia has been working with animals for over 7 years. She has worked in boarding kennels and  has volunteered in a street dog shelter in Nepal. Her very first vererinary nursing job was at Mt Isa in Queensland followed by a position in regional Victoria. Amie held a full time position here at the Flemington Vet Hospital while she completed her Certficiate 4 in Veterinary Nursing. She now works full time as an emergency nurse but still helps us from time to time as a locum nurse. She is an avid reader and enjoys fostering animals and volunteering for a wildlife carer.




Kathleen is a veterinary student at the University of Melbourne. She is currently in her second to last year of the 7 year course and is learning heaps by assisting us with cattery, nursing and reception duties when she is not too busy with her studies, mainly in weekends and during the uni breaks.





Robert is currently a student at the University of Melbourne and has joined our team to help with the management of the incoming stock and general house-keeping. He has recently acquired some basic skills in animal handling and we hope that he will be able to contribute more and more to the nursing and front-house side of things in the future.


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