Welcome to Greencross Vets Warringal
Welcome – Like you, we all love animals.
We love our pets and we understand the special part they play in every household – including ours. We are proud to say that our staff are gentle, caring, highly trained and experienced.
We care for a range of animal – dogs, cats, rabbits and birds… and guinea pigs, rats and mice!
Located just off Burgundy street in bustling Heidelberg, we are your small team of local professionals. We are caring, passionate and love what we do! We have been here for 20 years and our small clinic can provide the very best professional and personal attention to each and every pet.
Our two vets have 40 years experience between them and the clinic is equipped with the latest technology. With on site laboratory facilities, fully equipped surgical suite, X-ray and ultrasound equipment, we can give your pets the health care they deserve.
The Greencross Vets Warringal team
We are proud to say that our staff are gentle, caring, highly trained and experienced.
We pride ourselves on internal training and continuing education to ensure that you always receive the best advice and pet care from people who really care.
Whats special about our practice?
Our people and their love of animals.
For any pet related question, give us a call.
Dog grooming now available!
Greencross Vets Warringal is pleased to now offer dog grooming! Keep you dog looking good and smelling great with regular grooming.Click here to learn more.
Greencross Vets Warringal 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.
We offer premium cat boarding facilities for your pet. Ask us about our cat boarding service today.
Angela joined the Warringal team in 2015 as a Veterinary Nurse. In 2016 she started running the Best Behaviour Puppy School. Prior to studying Angela spent a few years travelling and skiing in Canada which is where she adopted her beautiful German Shepherd cross, Sheera. A year ago Angela also adopted Zoe the kelpie x who loves coming to work with her. Outside of work Angela loves camping, concerts and spending time with her partner and pets
Jess has been a chef for 10 years but always being a lover of animals, decided that this was going to be her new career. Jess started a Cert. 4 in nursing at Box Hill TAFE at the start of 2017 and is enjoying studying again. Jess also is cat sitter, fosters and volunteers for Second Chance Animal Rescue. She shares her home with her tortie girl, Georgia and her little old man, Ed, a 12y old Papillon
Animals are a passion of mine and I am delighted to have been in a great team and organisation for the last five years, who all share my passion. I have completed my certificate III in Animal studies and Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. In my spare time I enjoy going away camping, heading to the football and catching with family and friends
Dr Dharsh Rajkumar
Dr Dharsh Rajkumar
Dr Dharsh graduated from the University of Sydney in 2008 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science. In 2010, she completed a rotating internship at The University of Sydney Veterinary Teaching Hospital, where she worked alongside world-class specialists and did further study focusing on Small Animal (mainly cats and dogs) clinical practice. During this year, she also obtained a Graduate Certificate in Veterinary Studies (Small Animal Clinical Studies) from her alma mater.
Dr Dharsh’s extensive small animal experience has included clinical roles in emergency practice, volunteer shelter practice with Vets Beyond Borders, exotic animal (rabbit, guinea pig and hamster) practice in Singapore, locum work at numerous clinics Australia wide and most recently, the role of Veterinary Director at Greencross Vets Box Hill.
Whilst Dr Dharsh loves her patients, her team and challenging medical cases, she is also heavily invested in ensuring her clients are satisfied, especially with the care their family members receive. Dr Dharsh is owned by Sherman Caesar, Lucas Maurice, Mickey Mouse and Luis, all of whom are rescued moggies. She is also the latest (and hopefully lasting!) recruit at a local F45 studio.
Dr Tiffany Wong
Dr Tiffany Wong
Hi, my name’s Tiffany – I graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2015 with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. Before that, I completed a Bachelor of Science with Honours at the University of British Columbia, in Canada where I was born and raised. My special interests are behaviour and surgery, which are very diverse but that’s why I love being a veterinarian – the multitude of different skills I get to use is amazing. I have two rescued ginger cats named Nugget and Marmalade, who are brothers. Outside of my veterinary pursuits, I’m an avid baker – I love utilising food science to make sweet creations
Dr Michael Righetti
Dr Michael Righetti
Dr Michael Righetti has a farming background (Greta in north eastern Victoria) and according to his late parents he didn’t contemplate any other occupation other than to be a Vet. His brother looked after the equipment and fencing on the farm, and he took care of the animals.
Dr Righetti has been caring for dogs, cats and other small animals for over 30 years and he’s still trying to convince his nurses that hes in his mid fourtys! And your pets are safe with Dr Righetti as a strict vegetarian he hasn’t eaten one for 30 years!!!!
Outside the Practice his loves are his wife and children,Molly the mutt (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel), golf, tennis, running (call that jogging!), the Melbourne Footy Club and outdoors (favorite areas Fraser Island and the Gibb River Road).
Dr Michael’s neurosis (or one of them!) in human and veterinary medicine is preventative medicine, and you will find this approach comes up all the time in managing patients.
Alice is a Crazy Cat Lady! Her career started in 2006 working in a cattery before realising that Veterinary Nursing was the direction she wanted to travel. Working her way up to Practice Manager she is very passionate and loves having a chat with people about their fur children. At home Alice lives with five Cats “Willow”, “Kramar”, “Toto”, ‘Dora’ and “Squeek”, and an Indian Ringneck Parrot “Bert”. In her spare time Alice loves spending time with her family and friends, pet sitting and watching her Blue boys play footy.
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