Reptile Vets in Australia

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  1. bluedragon

    bluedragon Well-Known Member

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    is there any reptile vets close to my area hervey bay?
     
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    These are the recommended QLD reptile vets we have listed on AFT.

    Dr Vanessa Gray BVSc (Hons) MACVSc

    470 Beaconsfield Terrace
    BRIGHTON QLD 4017
    Phone: 07 3269 2223
    Fax: 07 3269 2366

    Email: brightonvet@tpg.com.au


    Dr Deborah Monks BVSc (Hons) CertZooMed, FACVSc (Avian Health) DipECZM
    Brisbane Bird and Exotics Veterinary Service
    191 Cornwall Street, Greenslopes QLD 4120.
    Phone: 07 3217 3533
    http://bbevs.com.au/


    Dr Clayton Knight BVSc
    175-181 Deception Bay Road
    DECEPTION BAY QLD 4508
    Phone: 07 3888 3677

    www.deceptionbayvet.com.au

    Dr Tania Bishop BVSc
    OLD MILL VETERINARY SURGERY
    3546 Mt Mee Rd DAYBORO QLD 4521
    PO Box 219, DAYBORO QLD 4521
    Ph: 07 3425 2222
    Fax: 07 3425 2223
    Email: info@oldmillvet.com
     
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    Does anyone know of a vet up here on the Sunshine Coast please?
     
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    Dr Sasha, UV, Animal Hospital Werribee. Princess Hwy Werribee.
    Over 20 years experience specialising in exotic pet treatment. Really glad to have met her the other day.
    Currently treating my coastal. Her handling was brilliant, as was her advice and her follow up phone call 7 days later to work out where to from here.
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    Sorry, should have posted this in addition to my post above

    Dr Sasha Herbert

    Member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists (Unusual pet medicine and surgery)


    Membership qualification of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Medicine and Surgery of Unusual Pets.

    Sasha Herbert holds post graduate qualifications in medicine and surgery of small mammals (rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, rats, mice, sugar gliders), reptiles (turtles, non-venomous snakes, lizards, crocodiles) and amphibians (frogs, axolotls), and provides primary and second opinion veterinary medical, surgical, and dental care for exotic pets as part of the exotic pet team in the General Practice of U-Vet Werribee Animal Hospital. Her experience includes 10 years as a zoo vet working with almost all creatures great and small, and 14 years as a native and exotic pet vet in companion animal practice.

    Sasha's dream is for all vets to be able to confidently provide the same level of care to unusual pets that they provide to cats and dogs and to this end is always teaching and learning on the job at the hospital at the University of Melbourne.

    For the last 10 years Sasha has been providing pet care advice on Saturday mornings for ABC radio. On her other weekends she likes building things for her house, garden and pets, going to costumed events and reading absurd amounts of fantasy and sci-fi.
     

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