Welcome to Greencross Vets Narre Warren
Greencross Vets Narre Warren NOW OPEN!
Have you heard the news? We have moved!
We have now moved to our new clinic, located inside Petbarn Narre Warren. We loved our time in our cozy home in Fountain Gate; however, our location enables us to continue to provide our clients and patients with the best possible care and more!
We are still the same great team you have come to know and offer much more:
Same great service
Same contact phone number
Same great team
All your pets needs under one roof
We would love to see you and your pet so please feel free to pop in and take a look at our new clinic!
We encourage you to contact us directly should you have any questions about your pet’s health and wellbeing or if you want more information about the services that we can provide you and your pets.
Greencross Vets Narre Warren 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.
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.
With 28 dog years of experience under his belt, our Clinic Manager, Dr of Pig’s Ear Dissection and CEO of Welcomes & Greetings, Oliver Herbert, has refined his substantial skill-set in human relations which he diligently applies to staff and clients alike. You may find his smiling face peeking behind the reception desk or adjacent, perusing the pig’s ear aisles of Petbarn hoping to cajole his comrades into a snack or three.
Despite his ample stature and years of exposure, Oliver remains sub-competent in feline relations, prefer to hug the hallways in an attempt to keep a two meter radius between himself and any cat carrier. Please do not be offended if he is unable to perform his typical greeting duties under these circumstances.
Coming from a rescue background, Oliver prefers a gentle pat under the chin to over-exuberant interactions, though he makes special exception for children. Despite his busy treat schedule and significant sleep obligations Dr Herbert has no hesitation in making himself available to clinic visitors so please feel free to say hi should you see him ambling about!
Debbie has been working as vet nurse with Greencross since 2018. She is a mum to her two dogs; Alfie and Dixie, three cats; Cricket, Char & Spike, plus numerous fish.
Outside of work, she loves to go on adventures with her dogs, going for walks, camping & fishing.
Zeyn began veterinary nursing at Greencross Narre Warren in 2023. She’s passionate about her job and believes that all animals deserve the highest standard of veterinary care.
Nicole has been working as a veterinary nurse since 2016. Her favorite thing about veterinary nursing is being able to help animals in every way possible and ensuring they receive the best of care.
Away from work, Nicole is kept busy by her gorgeous, cheeky Golden Retriever, Nelson and Smokey, her handsome and mischievous old cat. She also enjoys playing netball & spending time with her family and friends.
Em began her veterinary nursing career in 2010 and moved to Greencross Vets in 2012, and has been at the Narre Warren clinic since March 2022. Em obtained her Certificate IV in Veterinary nursing in 2012 and has a keen interest in emergency medicine. Em really enjoys going the extra mile to make sure your furbaby is given lots of love and attention while they’re at the clinic whilst also receiving the gold standard of care.
Em has an old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Lilly who spends her days in retirement eating and sleeping in the sunshine.
Dr Anne-Marie Huster
Dr Anne-Marie Huster
Anne-Marie Huster completed her Bachelor of Veterinary Science at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, in 2019, after which she went on to pursue a master’s in veterinary science which she completed in 2022. She has been working in small animal practice and as an emergency vet in South Africa until she moved to Melbourne in 2022 to join Greencross Narre Warren as a full-time veterinarian.
Anne-Marie is interested in general practice small animal medicine with a special interest in preventative medicine and diagnostic imaging.
After work, Anne-Marie loves to play and cuddle with her cat, Kitana, and spend time with her partner. She also really enjoys travelling/exploring, horse riding, reading, gaming and arts and crafts!
Kelly started her veterinary nursing career in 1997, progressing into a senior role in 2005 and completed her Diploma in Practice Management in 2007. During this period of time, Kelly has remained at the same Greencross Vets clinic along with becoming Practice Manager at Greencross Vets Stud Park also. It goes without saying Kelly has a unique and strong bond with the clinic, staff, clients and, plays an instrumental role in ensuring our patients feel safe and comfortable.
At home, she has two very active and adventurous Bengals named ‘Lia’ and ‘Benjamin’ and a rescued Persian named Evie, who loves to spend her days sleeping in late & guarding the bed until mum comes home.
Dr. Stephanie Umina DVM
Dr. Stephanie Umina DVM
Dr. Steph graduated as a veterinarian in 2016 from the University of Melbourne and has since worked in both General Practice and Emergency/ICU practices. She has a keen interest in preventative medicine, ultrasonography, soft tissue surgery and emergency medicine. Steph’s and her partner are pet parents to a ‘small’ fur-family of three Rhodesian Ridgebacks; Max, Nala and Zuri, and their two ginger cats: Penny and Lucy.
A creative at heart, away from the clinic she enjoys her photography (she enjoys a mix of pet, portrait and astrophotography), reading books or manga and tinkering with computers.
Maddie has been a veterinary nurse for nearly nearly two decades. She enjoys building a strong rapport with both the pets & pet parents. She is passionate about providing the type of care she would expect for her own pets and providing it in the most comfortable, stress-free way for the patients.
Outside of work, Maddie is kept busy by her two horses, her sassy, super special cat Gomez & Lupe’, her Rottweiler best friend 🙂
Dr Jayde Kunst BVSc (Hons)
Dr Jayde Kunst BVSc (Hons)
Jayde graduated with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Hon), from The University of Melbourne in 2005. She then went on to work at a number of Hospitals throughout various locations in Melbourne refining her skills and ability before joining the Greencross Vets Narre Warre location in 2019. As Veterinary Director and the Senior Clinical Veterinarian, Jayde performs the more complicated surgeries and provides second opinion consultations within our clinic.
Outside of work, Jayde enjoys spending time with her family, attending her children’s sporting activities and listening to true crime podcasts.
Stephanie began working as a trainee nurse and began her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2018. She counts being accepted into the field of animal care as one of her biggest achievements having dreamt about working in the industry since the age of five and as a grown up, loves each day in the clinic.
Outside of work, Steph spends time with friends and family, reads, explores the outdoors and focusses on self-care and growth. She enjoys the company of her Shih Tzu x puppy, Billy, her two Netherland Dwarf rabbits, Frankie and Penny and her Love Bird Holly.
Ashleigh has been working at the practice since 2007 and holds a Certificate IV in veterinary nursing. Her favourite nursing duties are cleaning teeth and hand raising kittens and seeing them off to forever homes. In her free time Ashleigh enjoys teaching dancing and playing netball.
After attaining a degree in Communications/Journalism and working in various related industries Naomi decided to pursue a career that catered for her lifelong passion for animals. In 2009 Naomi started at Greencross Narre Warren as a weekend hydrotherapist where she was able to put her dog training qualifications to good use in assisting dogs to feel comfortable in the water. Six months following, Naomi was employed as a receptionist and then later as a Veterinary Nurse. She enjoys all aspects of the veterinary nursing but has a special interest in behavioural cases and learning about diseases.
In her spare time Naomi runs a busy dog rescue organisation along with her two cheeky Schipperkes and giant Groodle.
Sarah has worked in the Veterinary profession since 2005 and has been a member of the Greencross Vets Narre Warren since 2015.
Sarah’s special interest in juvenile canine behaviour is a valued resource for clients at Greencross Narre Warren that have behavioural or training questions regarding their young dogs. She is great with our canine patients that are nervous or scared in a clinical setting.
Sarah is kept busy outside of work by her 4yo Australian Koolie Nash, 10yo Border Collie x Gibson, and her 3 cats, Inka, Zephyr and Vader.
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