Welcome to Greencross Vets Ku-Ring-Gai
Greencross Vets Ku-Ring-Gai located on Sydney's North Shore has been providing exceptional veterinary medicine, animal surgery and pet care to dogs, cats and other small animals for over 60 years.
You'll find the finest veterinary clinic and hospital facilities and a skilled vet that can help your pet at our animal hospital.
Greencross Vets Ku-Ring-Gai remains one of Australia’s largest and most progressive veterinary clinics whilst providing a highly personalised service.
The veterinary hospital is apurpose built veterinary clinic with a complete range of medical and animal surgery facilities, including Digital Radiology, Animal CT Scanning, Ultrasonography, In-house pathology.
Our extensive practice offers the latest and most up-to-date animal treatments with the peace of mind that our veterinarians are constantly updating their veterinary qualifications.
In helping to provide your pet with the very best care, Greencross Vets Ku-Ring-Gai provides an extensive range of services. From a simple nail clip and a soothing bath through to the most advanced tertiary referral services, we have the skills and expertise to ensure that your pet is well looked after.
We pride ourselves on ourGold level accreditation for being ‘Feline Friendly’from the International Society for Feline Medicine. Our clinic is amongst a select few in the country to attain the Gold level status due to our sophisticated practice design, equipment, facilities and exceptional standards of care. Your feline friend can enjoy a separate cat waiting area, cat-only consultation rooms featuring calming diffusers and larger enclosures for their stay.
Greencross Vets Ku-Ring-Gai offer a comprehensive range of professional veterinary services to cater for all your pet care needs utilising the latest diagnostic equipment.
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.
Don’t have your own clippers? Let us take care of dog grooming for you. Our clinic offers premium dog grooming for your pet.
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.
Iodine therapy is used for the treatment of hypothyroidism in cats. If your cat has been diagnosed with hypothyroidism, we can help.
We offer premium dog boarding facilities for your pet. Ask us about our dog boarding service today.
We offer premium cat boarding facilities for your pet. Ask us about our cat boarding service today.
Veronika grew up in small town in the Czech Republic and ever since she can remember she was fascinated by nature and animals. Her love for adventure, languages and travelling lead her to studying Bachelor of Travel Industry Management at Silesian University in Opava. A year after her graduation she decided to move to Australia. Her passion for animal welfare continued to grow so she decided to pursue her childhood dream by making a difference in the lives of those who can’t speak out for themselves. After a couple of years “down under” she joined Greencross Vets Ku-Ring-Gai as a student and after completing her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing she became a permanent part of the team. Veronika enjoys all aspects of nursing and recently found joy in helping nursing students to achieve their goals. In her free time you will find her sipping a flat white at one of the beautiful Central Coast beaches with her Havanese puppy Bailey.
Suzanne has been a Registered Veterinary Technician since 2005.
Suzanne has held various roles in veterinary clinics, animal shelters, and has volunteered for various animal welfare groups. She has a soft spot for geriatric animals, and began grooming as a result of seeing elderly dogs nervous and unable to stand for lengthy periods of time within large grooming practices. She soon opened and ran her own part-time grooming salon in 2013, caring for over 100 clients. Her priority is to provide the utmost care, compassion and individual attention for every patient. She believes in providing a positive grooming experience as it is a large component in maintaining the health and well-being of all pets.
Tatiana has been working with Greencross Vets since March 2018 and a Certificate 4 Qualified Veterinary. Tatiana is very passionate about caring for animals that haven’t yet found their forever home and is on the board of directors for Claws n Paws Rescue Group, where she cares for animals of all sizes and ages. In her spare time she enjoys caring for and playing with her four dogs and three cats, and reading a good book on vet nursing.
Dr Jill Nash
Dr Jill Nash
Dr Jill Nash: BVSc(Hons)MACVSc MVetClinStud.
Jill is a highly experienced veterinarian with over 24 yrs experience with 11 yrs being with the practice.
Dr Jill Nash graduated from the University of Sydney in 1990 and has been with the practice since 2003. Having completed a residency and Masters degree in small animal surgery at Sydney University, as well as gaining membership by examination to the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists by examination, Dr Nash works as an expert surgical consultant. Dr Nash has worked in referral surgical practice in both Australia and the UK and has a wealth of experience in soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery.
Dr Britt-Louise Karlsson
Dr Britt-Louise Karlsson
Dr Britt-Louise Karlsson-BVSc MSc Zoology.
Britt-Louise grew up in Sweden and wanted to be a vet when she was young but got sidetracked and has worked in different industries including restaurants, satellite and spacecraft computer manufacturing, shipping forwarding and more.
After travelling around the world she decided to change direction in life and graduated from UNSW with a Bachelor of Science, Zoology degree. She then moved on to do a Masters in Animal Behaviour at Gothenburg University in Sweden and whilst writing her PhD thesis in dog/dingo genetics back at UNSW she decided to study Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney. Britt-Louise also worked in Research and Human genetics!
Britt-Louise has a soft spot for cats and older animals, she used to work as a veterinary nurse at a feline only clinic during her veterinary studies.
Britt-Louise takes pride in being thorough and always tries to get the best outcome for your pet. She is calm around the animals and is especially good with handling cats.
She owns 3 indoor cats; one Turkish Van with an attitude and good sense of humour, and 2 rescue cats that are very sweet and funny, just like their owner.
When Britt-Louise is not cuddling cats or working at the clinic she is very active in martial arts and has been competing on an international level in both the Swedish and Australian national teams.
Dr Gareth Moss
Dr Gareth Moss
Gareth is the practice Vet Director and has worked in the practice since 2014. Gareth graduated with honours as a vet from the University of Sydney in 2007. Since that time, Gareth has worked in a variety of vet roles in Referral, Emergency, and General practice. In 2012, Gareth attained Membership (by examination) of the Small Animal Surgery chapter of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists and he then attained membership of the Small Animal Medicine chapter of the college in 2018. Gareth prides himself on the relationships he forms with his patients and their owners and he always strives to provide a personalised service, rather than adopt a “one-size-fits-all” approach. Gareth and his family live in Wahroonga with their Italian Greyhound, Poppy. Gareth is available for consultations from Wednesday-Friday and also works on Saturday mornings.
Hayley joined our team at the beginning of 2014 and was our full time receptionist for nearly 3 years. She is now pursuing her passion for animals as one of our permanent nurses and is in the process of completing her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. She is enthusiastic in all aspects of the clinic, carrying out shifts in Nursing, Reception, Administration and Kennels. She has two young rescue dogs Frankie & Vader which happily take up a lot of her spare time
Imogen started working at Greencross Ku-Ring-Gai in 2014 while studying her Certificate II in Animal Studies. Since then Imogen has gone on to begin her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing which she will completed by 2018. Imogen has 2 gorgeous cats Figaro and Pippa who love to read with her in the sun.
Kelly is a qualified Certificate IV Veterinary Nurse and has been nursing for 9 years. Recently transferring to Greencross Vets Ku-ring-gai from Greencross Vets Brookvale she has been in Practice Management for 6 years and strives to ensure a high level of client service and patient care. She has worked in emergency nursing and since moving to Ku-Ring-Gai Vet has found a passion for socialising and rehoming stray kittens that have come from shelters and need a second chance.
Sarah first started at Greencross Vets Ku-Ring-Gai as a school based trainee and has now progressed to one of our Animal Attendants. Sarah helps out in all areas of the hospital, including reception, Kennels and assists our nurses with nursing duties. Sarah is going to Charles Sturt University next year to study Animal Science and has two cats, a dog and a snake at home.
Dr Bronwyn Walker
Dr Bronwyn Walker
Bronwyn is an experienced veterinarian who helps dogs and cats lead their best lives. With 18 years in practice, Bronwyn knows how important it is to support pet owners and provide them with the information they need to make decisions, both big and small.
Bronwyn’s special interests are internal medicine, dermatology, anaesthesia, critical care and dentistry. She developed these interests and honed her skills while undertaking a Rotating Internship at a referral hospital. She then spent 12 years working closely with specialists as a general practice vet in another Sydney referral hospital. Bronwyn attained ANZCVSc membership by examination in the field of small animal medicine in 2006, and she is committed to providing her patients with exceptional and evidence-based veterinary care.
Bronwyn is enthusiastic about veterinary ethics and strives to practice with integrity and compassion. She believes every animal deserves understanding and care. In 2002, she spent 12 months working as a volunteer veterinarian in Samoa treating infectious diseases and traumatic injuries, and performing surgical sterilizations. She presently volunteers each week as a Primary Ethics teacher at her daughter’s school.
Bronwyn grew up in the Hornsby Shire and has a special connection with the bush. She enjoys mountain biking, volunteer bush regeneration, bird watching and bushwalking. She has recently discovered she has green thumbs and is transforming her home garden into an organic permaculture oasis complete with frog pond, chooks and a food forest! She loves to go swing dancing with her husband and their daughter keeps them busy building lego and craft projects. The family is completed by a noisy young mixed breed pup named Michael and a geriatric rescued poodle named Duncan, whose anxiety has thankfully mellowed with age!
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