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Your local Greencross Vets at Caloundra has been offering compassionate pet health care and professional advice in the local community for nearly fifteen years.

Veterinary Director Lachlan Campbell, Practice Manager Erica Nothling and their team of qualified veterinary professionals are committed to offering exceptional service and the very best in veterinary medicine.

We offer a comprehensive range of professional veterinary services to ensure that your pet is healthy and happy throughout all life stages, with everything from preventative health care and weight loss programs through to surgical and diagnostic medicine. Greencross Vets Caloundra is part of a national organisation, giving our access to cutting edge technology and services to ensure your pet gets healthy, and stays healthy.Whether you are a proud pet parent of a dog, cat, bird, reptile or pocket pet, Greencross Vets Caloundra can provide everything you need to ensure that your pet lives a long and happy life.

Supporting our local community

We are passionate about supporting our local community and proud sponsors of the Sunshine Coast Animal Refuge, who play an important role in re-homing pets and giving them a second chance.

We encourage you to contact us directly on 5491 5368 should you have any questions about your pet’s health and wellbeing or if you simply want more information about the services that we can provide you and your pets.

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Our Services.

Greencross Vets Caloundra offer a comprehensive range of professional veterinary services to cater for all your pet care needs utilising the latest diagnostic equipment.

Desexing

Getting your pet desexed (neutered or spayed) is essential to their health. All Greencross Vets facilities are completely sterile and use the latest in surgical equipment.

Vaccinations

Prevention is the best medicine. Kitten and puppy vaccinations (injections) and adult pet vaccinations prevent disease. Get your pet’s vaccinations up-to-date.

Heartworm Prevention

Heartworm can be hard to detect, but it needn’t be hard to prevent. Greencross Vets recommends year round heartworm prevention. Ask your vet about prevention today.

Dentistry

Greencross Vets offer a range of dentistry services like cat and dog teeth cleaning. Consider us your pet’s veterinarian and dentist combined.

Puppy Pre-School

Greencross Vets Puppy School is an excellent starting point for owners wanting a well-managed and socialised pet. Courses run for four to six weeks. Click to learn more.

Ultrasound

An ultrasound is a painless diagnostic procedure that allows vets to take a closer look at your pet’s health. We only use the latest technology for the most accurate diagnoses.

X-ray/Radiology

Greencross Vets clinics are equipped with high-quality radiograph equipment including X-ray machines, automatic processors, and X-ray view equipment.

Clinical Pathology

Clinical pathology allows our vets to analyse and diagnose health conditions. Common laboratory tests include blood tests, urinalysis, faecal tests and biopsy examination.

Laboratory Testing

The latest in-house laboratory equipment allows our vets to perform a range of diagnostic tests to achieve accurate, rapid diagnosis of your pets’ health status.

Meet The Team

Rachelle Loney

Rachelle Loney

I’ve had a passion for animals from a very young age, I would always talk about working with animals one day and if you couldn’t find me, you can rest assured I was with one of the pets. I got my first taste of the Veterinary industry in high school when I did work experience in a small clinic on the Gold Coast. After leaving school I moved to the Sunshine Coast and began studying a Bachelor of Applied Science majoring in Veterinary Technology. Greencross Caloundra has given me the step into the industry starting as a student and transitioning into a nurse. Outside of the clinic I enjoy the beach, camping, music, and spending time with family and my dog.

Lynne Harrison

Lynne Harrison

Lynne is an internationally qualified physiotherapist, being a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APAM), a Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapist (MCSP) (UK), a member of the Physiotherapy Board of New Zealand, and has ACPAT Category A status (Animal Physiotherapy). Lynne qualified as a Physiotherapist in the UK and has worked for over 10 years as a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist in the UK and Australia. Lynne worked in Spinal and Upper Limb Physiotherapy for many years and is uniquely placed to assist dogs with their problems. Following completion of her Master of Science inVeterinary Physiotherapy at the University of Liverpool, UK, Lynne has now transferred this knowledge to the canine patient. Lynne lives and works on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. She is a keen horse rider, triathlete and greyhound lover. Please contact our reception team for booking enquiries for animal physiotherapy with Lynne.

Kelly Bitenc

Kelly Bitenc

I have been employed as a Veterinary Nurse at Greencross Vets Caloundra (formerly known as Suncoast Animal Hospital) since 2005.
Over the years I have formed a bond with many of our patients and clients and have been a part of their pets journey from beginning to end.
As a small child I was quite often found sitting out in the kennel with our German Shepherd named Tasha and I was partial to munching on a tasty dog biccy or two.
Growing up I have always had a strong passion for animals and knew I was destined to work in the animal care industry.
I enjoy all aspects of my job and I’m always proud to tell people I am a Veterinary Nurse.
Outside of the clinic I enjoy listening to music & attending music festivals.

Meagan Mulligan

Meagan Mulligan

I am a Senior Nurse at Greencross Vet Caloundra. I joined the practice in October 2009.I started vet nursing when I was 16 years old in Parkes, New South Wales in a mixed practice. From there I worked at an Australian Livestock Genetics and Equine Practice. I have also worked at various other small and large practices throughout New South Wales and Queensland before settling on the Sunshine Coast. The most enjoyable part of my job is working with the pets of Caloundra and our clients. I thoroughly enjoy orthopaedic and surgical nursing as well as mentoring our other nurses.
In my spare time I love cooking, reading and spending time with my family and cat Bindy.

Michelle Neil

Michelle Neil

Like all those who work in the animal industry, I have always been passionate about animals. I originally started working in administration and as a personal assistant to company directors, before deciding to pursue my interest in working with animals.

During 2003, I studied my Cert II & III in Veterinary Nursing whilst volunteering at a local vet clinic in Western Sydney and working as a kennel attendant at the Guild Dogs NSW training centre. At the end of 2003, I moved to the Gold Coast for a sea change and transferred to working with the Guild Dogs QLD. In 2004, I completed my Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing and started working at a general practice.

Throughout the past 13 years, my veterinary nursing experience has included many facets, including general practice, puppy preschool training, behaviour consults and training coordination for all Greencross clinics on the Gold Coast, working as an Emergency & Critical Care Nurse at AEC Varsity Lakes and working as a wildlife veterinary nurse at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.

In 2012, my interest and passion for native wildlife and their conservation led me to a full time job at Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital, working as a veterinary nurse.

While my passion for native wildlife remains, life changes in the form of pursuing part time university to study law, with the hope of pursuing environmental and animal welfare related issues, has led me to return to working in general practice. I also missed being able to cuddle the patients!

Outside of work, and studying, I enjoy living on 2 acres of rainforest in Glass House Mountains allowing me to rehabilitate native wildlife.

Rose Sherlock

Rose Sherlock

Dr Ayrial Mammino

Dr Ayrial Mammino

Ayrial graduated as a veterinarian with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Hons) from the University of Queensland in December 2012. As a new graduate she worked as a mixed practice veterinarian at Gympie Veterinary Services for 2.5 years before heading overseas. Whilst in the United Kingdom Ayrial locumed around at several small animal clinics in Kent and Wales before returning to Australia to settle on the Sunshine Coast. On return, Ayrial worked for over a year at emergency veterinary centre Animal Emergency Services (AES) at Tanawha and Noosa where she further harnassed her skills in emergency medicine. Since finishing at AES Ayrial continued to work as a small animal veterinarian at several clinics on the Sunshine Coast before joining the Greencross team at Caloundra. When she’s not working she enjoys spending time with her husband and their two cats, Thelma and Patsy. She also enjoys camping, hiking, spending time at the beach and going to yoga classes. Ayrial has a special interest in all things small animal small animal medicine, surgery and emergency medicine, she simply finds it too hard to choose just one topic of special interest!

Emma Petherick

Emma Petherick

Growing up I was always passionate about animals and knew I would like a future in working with them. I found the Veterinary Nurse industry during high school where I completed many work experience weeks at various veterinary clinics. Working at Greencross Caloundra has allowed me many opportunities to make a future out of my passion, starting as a student, transitioning to a nurse and now also becoming a Puppy School Trainer. I have two babies, one furr and one not, both keeping me on my toes as much as the other. We love to go to the beach, go on long walks and other fitness activities.

Dr C-J Ryan

Dr C-J Ryan

I fulfilled my dreams of becoming a Vet by graduating from UQ Gatton in 2013. I was born in Mount Isa, but have lived on the Sunshine Coast since I was very young. As a local I went to Sunshine Coast Grammar School before heading off to University.

I am passionate about small animal practice, with special interests in Unusual and Exotic Pet Practice and Small Animal Surgery. My love of Guinea-pigs is what initially inspired my goals of becoming a Vet and currently have a hoard of them at home, along with a menagerie of other fur-babies. My first job out of Vet School was at a practice in Toowoomba. After a year there it was time to come home to the more relaxed coastal lifestyle.

In my spare time I enjoy being crafty and am pretty nifty with a crochet hook. I also love to bake and bring the occasional goodies in to work to help keep our busy teams well fueled.

Dr Kelly Widdows

Dr Kelly Widdows

Born in South Africa and living in 5 different countries before the age of 10, my family and I finally settled down in one place the beautiful Sunshine Coast. I completed my high school studies on the Coast and then moved down to Melbourne for university. During my time in Melbourne, I also tutored undergraduate veterinary students at 2 university colleges. I graduated from The University of Melbourne in 2016 and spent my first year working in a small animal clinic in Melbourne. After 7 years away from the Sunshine Coast, I decided it was finally time to move back home! In my spare time I enjoy running, cycling and playing the piano. I have a gorgeous cat called Jasmine; her hobbies include being brushed by humans and enjoying the sea view from her bed.

Dr Lachlan Campbell

Dr Lachlan Campbell

I graduated my Veterinary degree with honours from the University of Queensland in 2008 after already completing a Bachelor of Science and Applied Science honours majoring in Parasitology. I worked in a busy rural Queensland mixed practice for 2 years before heading to the United Kingdom to work as a companion animal Veterinarian. After equal amounts of work and travel throughout the UK and Europe, I then returned to Queensland in 2012. I enjoy all aspects of companion animal practice but especially surgery, ultrasonography and emergency medicine. I have completed post-graduate courses on small animal surgery, ultrasonography and emergency medicine and exotic animal medicine. Outside of work I enjoy tinkering around the house and spending time with my wife (who is also a veterinarian), two children and my three “special” rescue dogs.

Dr Monika Herold-Wagner

Dr Monika Herold-Wagner

I moved to the Sunshine Coast from Austria with my husband Flo in November 2013. Before this big step I worked in Small Animal clinics in Vienna for more than ten years after finishing my studies of Veterinary Medicine. My special fields of interest are Internal Medicine and Exotic Animal medicine (I was a bit surprised to learn there are no pet rabbits, ferrets and tortoises in Queensland, but there are plenty of other exotic animals instead)! My husband and I love travelling, so we have seen quite a bit of the world and where possible I tried to combine holiday and education by joining vets in other countries to learn from them. That way I volunteered in practices in South Africa, the UK, Germany, Australia and New Zealand. I also participated in a Vets Beyond Borders street dog desexing and vaccinating program in India. We recently adopted Siamese-Mix Ferdi from the RSPCA and are totally smitten with him. I am also a temporary foster carer for ‘Smart Pups Assistance Dogs, which I enjoy very much and am looking forward to some chooks moving in with us soon! I am really happy to live and work at the Sunshine Coast.. The next things on my bucket list include learning to surf and fish!

Erica Nothling

Erica Nothling

I joined the practice in 2010. My role as the practice manager involves taking care of team, clients and all aspects of the business. This role keeps me busy and I am grateful to work with such a passionate bunch of people.

When not in the clinic, I enjoy home projects, travelling and spending time with my husband and my own dog, Peter who is a red cattle dog.

Jessica Baker

Jessica Baker

I joined the team at Greencross Caloundra as a Part Time Veterinary Nurse in April 2015. Having grown up on farms I have always been around animals my whole life and I love being able to offer my help to both pets and owners alike. I had been in the Veterinary industry since 2012 before moving to Caloundra. I obtained my Certificate IV in North Queensland. I am loving the change of scenery living by the beach! I enjoy hiking, gym, travelling, exploring the Sunshine Coast and running my Pet Sitting business in my spare time.

June Collins

June Collins

I have been working here at Greencross Vet Caloundra since 2009, this is the first time I have been employed in this industry although I come from a farming background so have had many dealings with animals over the years. At the present time I only have a lovely rescue cat called Lucky.
In my role at Greencross I am the Receptionist, this requires dealing with the incoming clients and phone calls, making appointments and dealing with general enquiries. We also have many over the counter products, prescription diets and food, flea, tick and worm protection.

I really enjoy every day I spend in the clinic, our clients and pets become our friends and we have an amazing team of staff who keep everyones pets healthy and deal with sad or difficult situations with such a professional and compassionate attitude that it is an honor to be part of the team.

When I am not at work I love to keep fit and spend time with my family & friends.
The bush and the beach are my favorite places.

Cnr Bowman Road & West Terrace (PO Box 397) , Caloundra QLD 4551

Caloundra

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