Welcome to Greencross Vets Campbelltown
We are your local team of pet care professionals, we are truly ‘passionate about pets’ and we love what we do.
Greencross Vets Campbelltown is a state of the art veterinary clinic featuring the most advanced medical, diagnostics and surgical equipment.The veterinary clinic is also conveniently located within the Petbarn store so you can obtain all your pet care needs, including grooming, all under the one roof.
We offer a comprehensive range of professional veterinary services ensure that your pet is healthy and happy throughout all life stages, ranging from preventative health care to weight loss programs through to surgery and diagnostic medicine.
Pet owners will experience a high level of care and service for their pets delivered by our team of highly skilled and dedicated vets and nurses.
We encourage you to contact us directly 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.
Greencross Vets Campbelltown offer a comprehensive range of professional veterinary services to cater for all your pet care needs utilising the latest diagnostic equipment.
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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.
Dr. Renee Pasqualino
Dr. Renee Pasqualino
Renee completed a Bachelor of Science at the University of Sydney in 2013, then went on to graduate with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 2018. She has worked as a small animal veterinarian in a range of clinics across Wollongong and the Sutherland Shire.
Renee is passionate about internal medicine and surgery, with a special interest in ultrasonography and exotic animals. Along with her passion for animal care, Renee enjoys building relationships with clients and their animals. Outside of work, Renee loves spending time outside with her husband and her geriatric dog Hamish.
Sheree recently joined our team in April 2021. Sheree has over 10 year’s veterinary nursing experience working in both GP and Emergency clinics. Sheree’s qualifications include Certificate II in Animal Studies and Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing.
Sheree has a keen interest in emergency nursing as well as canine behaviour and training.
When Sheree is not at work she spends her time looking after her two young boys, running their hobby farm, which is home to 3 dogs, a cat, sheep, alpacas, chickens, hermit crabs and fish.
Paola joined the Greencross Vets family in 2019 on a casual basis, commencing the Veterinary Nursing Internship Program. She is now currently working part time whilst completing her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing.
Paola has a special interest in avian, exotic and wildlife species and one day hopes to work with zoo animals. In her spare time you’ll find her at the beach, in the gym or at home with a bottle of wine.
Paola is a proud Parrot Parent to a cheeky Eclectus, “Gringo”.
Sarah joined our team in August 2018 as a placement student whilst completing her Veterinary Nursing studies. In 2019, Sarah successfully completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and continues to work with us in a part time role. She has a keen interest in both medical and surgical nursing.
When Sarah is not working she enjoys the outdoors and spending time with her two dogs “Lilah” a Cattle Dog x Staffy and “Molly” a Labrador.
Ellie joined our team in 2016 as a placement student whilst completing her studies. Prior to completing her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2017, she completed her Certificate II in Animal Studies and a Diploma In Counselling at the Australian Applied College of Psychology.
Upon graduating her veterinary nursing certificate, Ellie worked in animal welfare, in the hopes of assisting many homeless animals find their forever homes. Although passionate about rehabilitation and rescue, Ellie made her way back to the team on a full time basis in 2019, where she recommenced her true passion – veterinary nursing.
Ellie has a special interest in animal behaviour and emergency nursing. At home Ellie has six cats (“Harry”, “Tilly”, “Zara”, “Bella”, “Narla” and “Bee”), three dogs (“Sadie”, “Charlotte”, “Penelope” and “Angus”), three rabbits (“Flopsy”, “Mopsy” and “Cotton Tail”), two guinea pigs (“Inka” and “Rosie”) and an assortment of fish.
Samantha is a Senior Veterinary Nurse who joined our team at Greencross Vets Campbelltown in December 2017. She has completed her Certificate III in Farriery, Certificate II and III in Retail, Certificate II in Animal Studies and Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing.
She has a special interest in avian, exotic and wildlife species. Samantha also has a passion for canine behaviour and training.
Samantha’s spare time is spent with her husband working on their hobby farm looking after their many dogs, cats, birds, pocket pets, sheep, horses, alpacas, chickens, geese, ducks and pig, to mention a few
Liz has over 10 year’s industry experience working in both GP and Emergency clinics. She has lead the Campbelltown team from its inception in 2015. Liz’s qualifications include Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing, Diploma of Business and Pro Groomer Level 1 and Level 2. She has a keen interest in advanced surgical and medical nursing.
Liz resides in Western Sydney with her husband Daniel. She is an avid horse rider who has competed at National and State level in Dressage. At home she has five dogs: “Sefton” the Beagalier, “Syber” the Siberian Husky, “Minnie” the Jack Russell Terrier X, “Diesel” the Rottweiler X, and “Satchmo” the Schnoodle, two horses: “Junior” the Warmblood and “Delta” the pretty palomino. Her home is also ruled by her Ragdoll X “Aurora”. Liz returned from Maternity Leave in 2019 and is working part-time whilst juggling being a new Mum.
Dr Michael Yazbeck
Dr Michael Yazbeck
Michael graduated from the University of Sydney in 2015, after having made it onto the Veterinary Faculty Dean’s List of Excellence in Academic Performance, and becoming the proud recipient of the Australian Small Animal Veterinary Association Prize for Medicine and Surgery. He joined the Campbelltown team in early 2016 and was nominated for New Graduate of the Year, and in 2017 was awarded Veterinary Associate of the Year. Michael became the Veterinary Director of Campbelltown in 2019.
Michael has a keen interest in small animal surgery, internal and emergency medicine, and loves solving interesting cases. He is currently undertaking further study to obtain his Membership in Small Animal Medicine. His biggest highlight to date has been travelling to South Africa to work with all sorts of animals, from local village dogs to wild giraffes.
Michael’s furry and feathered family include his cat “Pepper” and three dogs “Bodhi”, “Arnie” and “Stevie”. He enjoys going to the beach, listening to music and practicing yoga.
Dr. Cynthia Cricri Vera
Dr. Cynthia Cricri Vera
Cynthia completed a Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Bioscience with first class Honours in 2013 and graduated as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Sydney in 2018. She has over six years nursing experience throughout her time at university and volunteered as an animal attendant in high school prior to this.
Cynthia joined the team at Greencross Vets Campbelltown as a nurse in 2016 and transitioned to a veterinary position in early 2019 where she was nominated for New Graduate of the Year. Cynthia is passionate about veterinary behaviour and strives to educate owners about training, stress free approaches to handling and medical management of behavioural disorders.
Cynthia owns “Toby”, a very clever Border Collie X who is always learning new tricks. Her other pets include “Miau” the naughty tortie and “Harry” the budgerigar.
Dr Stephanie Dwyer
Dr Stephanie Dwyer
Stephanie graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science from Massey University in New Zealand, after living across the Tasman for 9 years. She is passionate about the health and welfare of the patients she treats, and has a keen interest in both medical and surgical aspects of veterinary care. She has recently completed further education in the veterinary care of rabbits.
Steph lives with her husband Philip and balances part-time work with being a mother of two. Her family also consists of “Jack”, a New Zealand Heading dog, “George”, a cheeky tabby cat, and two guinea pigs “Bubble” and “Squeak”.
Outside of work she likes to travel and enjoy the outdoors, or stay in with a good book and a glass of wine.
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