Greenfields Veterinary Hospital prides itself on having fantastic veterinarians and veterinary nurses with a diverse range of interests and skills that help provide comprehensive and compassionate care for your pet. The practice has grown rapidly since its establishment and has continued to seek only the most compassionate and dedicated team members.

As part of our ongoing commitment to providing the highest standards of care, our veterinarians and veterinary nurses continue to attend ongoing education seminars to ensure they are up to date with the latest advancements in veterinary medicine and surgery.

Veterinarians

Dr. Markus Nay

Veterinarian

Dr Markus was born and raised in Switzerland where he obtained his Veterinary degree and worked in farm animal practice before moving with his family to Australia in 1991.

After undertaking further qualification through Murdoch University in 1996 Dr Markus worked in mixed practice in the Southwest of WA for 3 years before moving to England and working in Emergency Practice for 13 years.

Now Dr Markus has settled back in WA and brings his wealth of experience with him to care for the pets at Greenfields Vet Hospital.

Dr. Rebecca Flegg

Veterinarian

Hi! My name’s Dr Bec and I joined the team at Greenfields Vet Hospital in 2016 . I was a mixed animal vet for three years or so until I moved to Greenfields. I’ll admit it’s a little cliche, but I’ve always wanted to be a vet ever since I was a little kid, and I loved spending time on my family’s dairy farm in Yarloop, WA. Growing up we’ve always had pets, whether it be chickens, cats or our current trio of miniature goats. I don’t really consider them pets but more part of the family.

Outside of work, I keep myself busy playing netball in the Peel Netball League and the odd game of basketball. Sport is a huge part of my life and I find it a great way to wind down after a long day. I love travelling (who doesn’t?) and would love to travel all over Europe some time soon. I’ve just bought my first house and have adopted a rescue kitten named Jenkins. Those who know me well also know I have a sweet tooth and love baking cupcakes and biscuits on my days off.

Dr. Claire Irwin

Veterinarian

Hi, I’m Dr Claire. I have worked as a small animal vet since graduating from the University of Liverpool in 2002. Having lived all my life in Northern Ireland, I decided to follow my dream of living in Australia and migrated with my husband and 2 daughters in July 2018, taking up the position of Lead Vet here at Greenfields Vet Hospital.

Whilst passionate about all animals, dogs have always been close to my heart and we ran our own dog Boarding Kennels business for 6 years. Although I have no pets at the minute, this is sure to change  working at Greenfields as everyone has a soft spot for waifs and strays!

Outside of work I was a keen hockey player but I’m now looking forward to supporting my daughters from the sidelines. I love the outdoors and can’t wait to explore all that WA has to offer.

Dr. Michelle Le Roux

Veterinarian

Michelle has been with us at Greenfields Vet Hospital as part of the nursing team since 2015. She graduated Murdoch University as a veterinarian in 2018 and brings with her a wealth of enthusiasm and a love of helping people and animals alike.

The Nursing Team

Cindy Waters

Veterinary Nurse and Practice Manager

Cindy graduated as a veterinary nurse in 1996. Before coming part of the furniture here at Greenfields, she has worked in an emergency centre and also clinics in Perth and down south in Busselton.

Cindy has the 4 legged variety of children: 2 cats, 1 dog and 1 horse.

As well as being a vet nurse Cindy is a canine physical therapist and a professional dog trainer with a special interest in behaviour.

Cathy Oates

Veterinary Nurse

Cathy comes from a corporate background. She completed a Bachelor of Business Degree twenty odd years ago.  Her and her husband chose to live a bit more and work a bit less as they approached 40 which gave her time to think about what she really wanted to be when she grew up. She’s been vet nursing part-time ever since.

In 2001 Cathy bought an around the world ticket, grabbed her backpack and off she went. Travel is still of interest but just shorter trips these days. Tennis and two woofies keep her pretty active. To keep her grey matter ticking along, Cathy has gone back to university this year, studying a Bachelor of Science Degree in Animal Health.

Puppies are her most favourite thing in the world. Cathy runs the puppy preschool here at Greenfields Vet Hospital. Got a new puppy? She’d love to hear from you.

Treahn Mossman

Veterinary Nurse

Treahn is currently completing her Vet Nurse course with Open Colleges.

She has a quarter horse named Annikin, they love to barrel race in rodeos and she also has a cat named Levi.

Rachel Youlden

Animal Attendant

Rachel is currently studying towards becoming a veterinarian at Murdoch Uni. She has known that a vet is what she has wanted to be since she was in kindergarten.
Rachel also works as a lifeguard for the City of Mandurah, and in her spare time she loves watching movies, cuddling with her dog and riding horses. Although she doesn’t live on a property (yet), she has spent the last few years leasing a horse and competing in various showjumping and crosscountry events, and loves casual rides on the beach.

Her favourite memory is that of when she was surprised on her 14th birthday with a little Maltese X puppy called Chloe from the pound. Ever since, she has loved teaching Chloe tricks and taking her for long walks out in the bush with friends. Poor Chloe has to put up with a lot of vet practice on her!

Zoe Willis

Animal Attendant

After being in retail for many years Zoe decided to finally pursue a career with animals. She is currently studying Vet nursing while working with us. She loves travelling and has been to Europe and South Africa and is planning on exploring more!

She has two rescue dogs at home and can’t wait to further her career in the animal care industry.

Aaron Edwards

Animal Attendant

My name is Aaron Edwards. I’ve been a part of the Greenfields family since Dec 2018.

My passion for animals has led me to complete my Certificate III in Dog Behaviour and Training and I’m currently studying my Certificate IV in Vet Nursing.

Before I started at Greenfields Vet Hospital  I was an instructor at Moorey’s Martial Arts for 10 years. In my spare time I still love to train and teach martial arts and enjoy learning new skills for my current chosen profession.

I currently have a Rottweiler named Bruce who loves stealing socks from wherever he can, and a Stimpson Python named Madonna.

Kahlia Lowe

Animal Attendant

Hi my name is Kahlia, I joined Greenfields Vet Hospital in October 2018. I have completed my certificate II in Animal studies and currently studying Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing.

At home I live with my 2 dogs a staffy, Shih Tzu x Maltese and our Russian blue cat. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my animals and family.

Alexis

Animal Attendant

Alexis is one of our Registered Veterinary Nurses. She was born in South Africa and moved to Perth in 2009.
She graduated Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2016 and has been caring for our furry friends ever since.
Originally nursing in the Perth area, she relocated to the Mandurah-Peel area mid 2019 with her partner and cat Tinkybells.
Predominantly a small animal nurse (dogs and cats), Alexis has also worked with a lot of exotic pets, native wildlife and seabirds!
Being a lover of the ocean Alexis loves to snorkel and spend time on the boat during her days off.

Staff

Ned

Cuddle Committee

Ned – has been a casual employee since 2010. Loves giving his work colleagues and clients cuddles when they need it.

Currently part of the story dogs team, which he just loves.