Welcome to Greencross Vets Teneriffe
Our priority is to provide exceptional veterinary care to pets of residents from Teneriffe, New Farm, Spring Hill, Fortitude Valley, Newstead and the surrounding areas.
Not only do we have a team of dedicated, qualified and experienced people working at Greencross Vets Teneriffe but our hospitalisation facilities are state of the art, complete with under floor heating, computerised records and a surgical theatre that is equipped for everything from routine spaying or neutering to surgeries that are much more complex. You and your pets will feel comfortable and at ease when visiting us for their routine vaccinations and other medical treatments.
Here at Greencross Vets Teneriffe, we also take pride in the fact that every service we offer is performed here, by us, and that we do not transport pets to other locations for treatment. Whether you’re seeking medical care or preventative procedures that will keep your pets healthy and happy for years to come, we are able to offer care that is both comprehensive and compassionate. Every time you and your pet visit us, we seek to make the experience nothing but positive.
We look forward to welcoming you and your dog or cat to the surgery.
Greencross Vets Teneriffe 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.
Chloe joined the Greencross company in 2019 after completing her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. She transferred up to Queensland from Melbourne; bringing with her, her big Great Dane X and two cats. Her overwhelming passion for animals and their welfare has been a major aspect of her life since childhood. She aspires to complete further studies in Veterinary Nursing specifically focusing on medicine and surgical aspects
Maddie comes from a Registered Nursing background; it was when she worked at a Doggy Day-care in Canada that she knew pursuing a career in the animal industry is where she was meant to be.
She grew up with her beloved Australian Blue Cattle Dog for fifteen years and was determined to make her next animal a rescue. In 2014, Maddie rescued a Red Cattle Dog, shortly followed by a few reptiles & her most recent adoption of her Cattle Dog x Great Dane in 2020.
Maddie has completed her Certificate II in Animal Studies with AIRC as an intern with Greencross Vets & is currently completing her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing.
When Maddie isn’t in the clinic, you will find her spending time pet/house sitting for other people’s pets. Outside of this, she enjoys spending time with her two dogs & three reptiles.
Dr. Sarah Cross
Dr. Sarah Cross
Dr Sarah has been working for Greencross since early 2018, and is now our vet director. She has a Bachelor of Veterinary Science with Honours from the University of Queensland. She is a canine and feline lover equally, and has an old white border collie x husky called Dash, and a lovable but naughty ragdoll called Patrick. She has a keen interest in soft tissue surgery, dentistry and infectious disease prevention, and has been involved with a lot of pet rescue programs. Outside of the clinic you often find her walking her dog, camping, going to the beach, watching AFL or travelling.
Dr. Danielle Terry
Dr. Danielle Terry
Dr Danielle graduated from the University of Queensland in 2015. She spent her first 18 months working at a charity community veterinary clinic, followed by 3.5 years at a large 24 hour GP/emergency hospital before joining the Teneriffe team in December 2020. Danielle has really enjoyed getting to know our patients. She has a passion for veterinary behaviour and always strives to make the vet visit a positive experience. In her spare time Danielle enjoys reading, bike rides, and together with her partner, renovating their old Queenslander home.
Tamisha started her career as a Veterinary Nurse in 2013. She completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing, and later on went on to study a Diploma in Human Resources Management to move into a Practice Management position. When she’s not working, you will find her spending time outdoors with her Pug x French Bulldog Charlie.
Hannah has always had a strong passion for animals, of all shapes and sizes! She recently completed her Certificate II in Animal Studies with AIRC as an intern with Greencross Vets. Hannah is excited to continue her journey with Greencross Vets and to be part of a passionate and supportive team. Hannah loves all aspects of her job and is currently studying her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing, with a keen interest in surgery and pathology.
When not in the clinic, you will usually find her home unwinding with a cup of coffee and cuddling her cat Mowgli. She also enjoys travelling, camping, relaxing at the beach and spending time with family and friends.
Carrie is a Registered Veterinary Nurse who became part of the Greencross Vets Teneriffe team at the start of 2017. Before this, she worked full time at the RSPCA Hospital in London for eight years. This was where she adopted her tripod Cat, named Amber. Amber was a nervous little tabby that adjusted into a happy, confident little minx. Previous to Amber she grew up in a home filled with Labradors and Retrievers. Now at home, she has her hands full looking after her toddler. When Carrie has a quiet minute she can usually be found (hiding) with her head in a book.
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