Dr Jarryd Hollis
Working in the UK, Jarryd spent his time working in small animal general practices and as well as a large emergency hospital.
Dr Jenna Knight
Dr Jenna joined our team in May after spending the first 5 years of her veterinary career working in New Zealand.
Ellie loves a holistic approach to caring for animals and thrives on dedicating her days to caring for her patients.
The Clinic Cat
In 2013 a tiny kitten was handed into the clinic by a member of the public.We welcomed him with open arms and hearts, with the intention to find him a home.However, due to his sassy attitude and unshakeable confidence, Will and Amy decided to keep him as a clinic cat. Albie is a domestic short […]
Kazumi moved to Australia from Osaka, Japan in 1999 to be closer to her sister and to study English. Kazumi began her grooming career around 2014 and worked in a large pet shop grooming salon for many years. She joined our grooming team in March 2019 and has been thoroughly enjoying the team dynamic and […]
Senior Pet Stylist
Kelsie joined our team in 2018 and has revolutionised our grooming department, due to her many years of dog grooming experience.
Renee decided to become a vet nurse after working many years in different jobs and not finding her “passion”.
Cert IV VN Clare graduated from her Certificate IV veterinary nursing in 2016 and since has been working in small practices around Sydney. However she made the move to Melbourne in August 2018 and joined the JSVet team shortly after. She enjoys providing the utmost care for her patients and gaining further experience in all […]
Jen joined our team in March 2018 after moving to Australia from Galway on the west coast of Ireland.
Georgia joined our team in April 2018 coming from working in a busy hospital in the northern suburbs of Melbourne.
Dr Jessica Coates
Dr Jessica graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science with honours in 2013.
Dr Holly Kang
Before joing us in 2015, Dr Holly spent time working in small animal clinics and emergency centres both here and in the UK.
Amy first studied film and journalism before realising that veterinary nursing was her vocation.