Our Team


Nurses
Vets
Residents

Nurses

Mandy

Mandy has completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing, and is now our head nurse. She has a big soft spot for 'Staffies' and if she could, would rescue them all!  She currently has one Staffy called Axle but always has plans to expand.

Kaitlin

Kaitlin has been with us sinced Feb 2015. She has also completed her Cert IV qualifications, and is alway busy keeping us clean, tidy, and on track.

Rachel

Rachel has been with us since August of 2016, and brings 6 years of industry experience to the hospital. She runs the puppy pre-school classes.

 

Vets

Dr Warren Davis - BVSc, MANZCVS (Pharmacology)

Warren is the practice principal and most senior vet at Liverpool Vet Hospital. He has been in small animal practice since 1986 and continues to gain knowledge in the profession, being a member of the Australia Veterinary Association (AVA), Australian Small Animal Veterinary Association (ASAVA), Continuing Veterinary Education (CVE), AVPMA and obtaining his membership of the Australia College of Veterinary Surgeons (MACVS) in pharmacology and therapeutics. He also participates in the on-line veterinary community by being a member of the Veterinary Information Network (VIN). Warren has a German Short-haired Pointer called Frida - who is always entertaining Warren and his family.

 

Residents

Lex

Lex first came to us six years ago.  He was thrown over our fence as a small kitten, but lived to tell the tale.  Due to his airborne arrival, he was initially going to be called Superman.  However, as he developed some attitude, his name was quickly changed to Lex (short for Lex Luther).  Lex can usually be found lazing on the front counter..

 

Dotty

Dotty is a spotty tortoiseshell cat who came to us three years ago. Dotty loves people, especially children.  She will do anything for some attention (or yoghurt).  Unfortunately, her love of naughty foods caused her to put on a few extra kilos. After realising the unhealthy nature of her ways, she has decided to start a healthy eating plan.  Next time you see her, make sure you give her a compliment to keep her motivated to stay slim and trim!

 

Dexter

Dexter is a grey and white moggy who came to us three years ago, gravely ill with cat flu.  After days of intensive care and nursing, he pulled through.  Unfortunately, Dexter's tear ducts were damaged due to the severity of his illness and he could not be rehomed.  Luckily, he was offered a home at the hospital and still receives ongoing care and love from all the staff.  Due to his past, Dexter is a very shy and sensitive soul and does not usually venture out into the waiting room to meet new people.

 

Rocky & Fletcher

Our two resident dogs often choose to stay out of the limelight, but they are our unsung heroes, having saved numerous lives with their generous blood donations.  Rocky is a German Shepherd x Rottweiler and  is our oldest resident, having been with us for nine years.  He has since retired from his blood donor duties and prefers to spend his retirement lazing in the sunshine and chasing flies.  Fletcher is a Wolfhound x (we think!) and has been Rocky's apprentice now for three years.  Fletcher has already saved four lives in 2014 and loves being a blood donor due to all the attention and treats he receives afterwards!