Earlwood Animal Hospital

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213 Bexley Road Earlwood NSW 2206. Located near the intersection of Bexley Rd and Homer St.

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0297185235

Meet the vets

Peter Nicholl BVSc.

Peter NichollPeter completed his Veterinary studies in 1984 at the University of Sydney. He worked in Sydney for 18 months before spending 3 years working in the United Kingdom. In 1989, he took up a position with the RSPCA, managing their 3 NSW Vet Hospitals. He represented the RSPCA on several Boards including the Animal Research Review Panel and the Animal Welfare Advisory Committee. Peter also represented the Veterinary profession as a member of the NSW Australian Veterinary Association Board in the early 1990s.

In 1993, He became a partner in a Veterinary Practice in Bankstown before eventually purchasing Earlwood Animal Hospital in March 1997. Peter spent 12 years working at Radio 2UE as their resident Petvet, finishing up in 2003. His main Veterinary interest is in the area of animal behaviour, having completed a 12 month Post Graduate course at the University of Sydney in 2007. Peter has a large number of pets including two dogs ( Mia and Sophie ), a cat ( Panda), two Lorikeets and two Axolotls.


Todd Browning BVSc, MVetClinSt.

Todd BrowningTodd attended James Ruse Agricultural High School so always had an interest in animals. He studied Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney and upon completion started work immediately at the RSPCA in Yagoona where he completed Sydney University post graduate courses in Cardiology and Internal Medicine. 

Todd worked for 3 years in the Bankstown area with Peter between 1994 and 1997. In 1997 he came to Earlwood Animal Hospital where he is now a partner in the Practice. Todd completed his 4 year Masters in Veterinary Clinical Studies at Murdoch University in 2003. In 2008 and 2009 Todd participated in a two six day acupuncture workshops. Todd he regularly attends seminars on various topics in veterinary medicine and surgery. Todd is married with three children. He has a very active Labrador called Cilla, who seems to lose her bodyweight in hair every month


Sandra Bellamy BVSc ( Hons), MPH

Sandra BellamySandra joined our team in 2010. She attended Sydney University and graduated from Veterinary Science in 1985. Sandra started her working life in Murwillumbah in a mixed animal Practice for several years. She returned to Sydney, focusing her attentions on Small Animal Practice in the late 1980s. She has worked at several Practices during the past 25 years with the majority of her work being at Midson Rd Vet Hospital in Epping. Sandra is currently studying for a Masters in Public Health at Sydney University. She lives locally with her husband David and her three teenage daughters. The family has three gorgeous cats - Merlin, Fred and George.


Michelle Wong BVSc

Michelle was born in Canada but grew up in Hong Kong and has had an interest in animals for as long as she can remember. Growing up, she regularly volunteered at veterinary clinics to indulge her love of animals as she had no pets of her own.
After graduating from University of Sydney in 2013, she worked in a small animal practice in mascot before joining us here at Earlwood Animal Hospital.
She strongly believes in pet adoption and spends most of her free time teaching her adopted cat, 
Pebbles, new tricks.


 


    Cathy Hudson BSc BVSc MANZCVS ( Unusual Pets )
 

Sandra BellamyCathy Hudson originally joined our practice in 2007 as our regular locum treating all species of animals. From November 2013 she will be at our practice every Wednesday to treat all pocket pets and exotics. Cathy has a
particular interest in small mammals (rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs rats & mice), native mammals, reptiles (lizards, snakes & turtles) and amphibians. Cathy graduated from the University of Queensland in 1997 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science. After several years in equine specialist practice and large animal practice, she moved to England to practice veterinary medicine for 4 years. Here her interest in small mammals and reptiles developed. On returning to Australia, Cathy has completed many further education studies, including a 1 year course in veterinary ophthalmology. She has also completed her membership exams for the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists (MANZCVS) in Unusual (Exotic) pets. Cathy lives in Sydney with her husband and 2 young boys.