Welcome to Greencross Vets Springvale
Here at Greencross Vets Springvale we provide outstanding medical and surgical care for all your dogs and cats.
We offer a comprehensive range of professional veterinary services to cater for all your pet care needs, ranging from preventative health care to weight loss programs through to surgery and diagnostic medicine.
Our dedicated team members are committed to ensuring your loved ones receive the care and treatments they require and believe every animal should feel welcomed into our extended family.
The Vets in clinic pride themselves on ensuring they are up to date with the latest veterinary advancements in medicine/surgery, with special interests in acupuncture and muscle manipulation provided by our experienced Vet Dr Roslyn.
Our amazing long standing nurses offer your pets not only their extensive knowledge and skills, but familiar faces, commitment and support to all your loved ones.
We promise to put your pets needs at our highest priority and strive to build strong long lasting bonds with you and your family.
Greencross Vets Springvale 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.
Meet The Team
Chelsea became a qualified vet nurse in 2018 and worked in many Greencross clinics in Perth, WA before moving to Melbourne in late 2020. While she spends the majority of her time at Springvale, you may see her locuming at various other Greencross clinics and emergency centers. Chelsea has a special interest in canine behaviour and emergency nursing. Growing up in Perth and Canada, Chelsea was always surrounded by pets from cats and dogs to hamsters and frogs and various other creatures. She currently has two cats that were handed into the clinic as tiny strays at only 3 weeks old – Dewy and Ivy. She has a guinea pig, Penny, who was surrendered to her clinic in Perth heavily pregnant. After Penny had her two boys, Chelsea couldn’t help but keep her. She also owns Cynthia – a Stimson’s python who is unsurprisingly not as cuddly as the cats.
Outside of work Chelsea always finds herself fostering sick kittens, playing video games and exploring Melbourne.
Lisa has always had a passion for animals and a fascination with natural sciences. She graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Science (Zoology), holds a Certificate IV Animal Technology, and is completing her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. She has worked across the animal industry for 18 years, from animal attendant to dog groomer, animal technician to teaching animal sciences at tertiary institutes, and practically everything in between. She has also undertaken volunteer work at Melbourne Zoo, Healesville Sanctuary, Melbourne Aquarium and the Department of Sustainability and Environment. Lisa joined the Springvale team in 2015 as a Veterinary Nurse, and has a special interest in animal behaviour. She lives with her three cats, Katana, Falchin, and Masamune, and her partner’s Wolfhound x Mastiff, Sorrow. Outside of the clinic Lisa is a freelance graphic designer and small business owner designing animal related art and enamel pins.
Renee began her nursing career working in a large mixed animal practice in the Hunter Valley in NSW. It was here that she completed her training and qualified as a certificate IV Veterinary Nurse and a registered Microchip Implanter. Renee moved to Victoria in 2005 and worked for a short period at an Animal Emergency Centre, before joining the team at Springvale Animal Hospital in February 2006. Renee took on the Practice Manager role in 2009 and continues to nurse alongside her management duties. She lives on the Mornington Peninsula with her husband Adam and their three boys Quentin a bright bubbly little man born July 2012, Kane a very hyperactive Labrador cross, and Samson a Domestic Short-hair with a very independent attitude to life.
Dr Roslyn Atyeo
Dr Roslyn Atyeo
Roslyn graduated from Murdoch University School of Veterinary Studies in Perth in 2000. She moved to Melbourne and has worked in small animal practice since this time. Roslyn has special interests in musculoskeletal health, performance, biomechanical function, rehabilitation, genetics and breeding. Her postgraduate studies include a certificate in Behavioural Medicine, certification as a veterinary acupuncturist (International Veterinary Acupuncture Society 2012) and Animal Biomechanical Medicine (Animal Biomechanical Practitioners Australia (Box Hill Institute) 2016). Roslyn is certified in PennHIP, general hip and elbow screening radiography. Roslyn’s PhD thesis was DNA based detection of intestinal enteric diseases in pigs, hence her strengths in molecular biology and DNA testing.
In her spare time Roslyn raises a flock of Border Collies and two skin kid daughters. She has combined further study with raising a family in recent years. Her relaxation time usually involves gardening, reading, and dog training with the family immersed in the dog sport of agility.
Jessica started her nursing career in February 2006 after taking a year off from studies. She holds a keen interest in surgical nursing and will continue developing that throughout her career. She lives on the Mornington Peninsula with her fiancée Kyle and fur child Apollo a Boxer. Away from work Jessica enjoys shopping and socializing with her friends, going to the gym and playing netball.
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