The team of veterinarians and veterinary nurses at Clinton Street Veterinary Clinic provide a caring and dedicated service to animals small and large

  

Peter Wright

Veterinarian (BVSc, Grad.Dip.Ag.Ec)

Peter is the founder of the Clinton Street Veterinary Clinic having first opened the door to small and large animals of Goulburn in 1987. He completed a Graduated Diploma of Agriculture Economics before graduating from the University of Sydney in 1985. Peter is passionate about small animal surgery, enjoying removing an intestinal obstruction, correcting rolling in eyelids through to fixing a broken bone. Outside of work Peter keeps busy by running his cattle farm and is the current President for RSPCA NSW. If Peter has a spare moment you may find him tinkering in his handyman shed or enjoying a glass of red wine.


Lloyd Varga

Veterinarian (BVSc, Cert VBM)

Lloyd became the newest partner in the Clinton Street Veterinary Clinic in 2021. He graduated from the University of Sydney in 2010 and has worked in the South West Slopes and Southern Highlands prior to moving to Goulburn. Lloyd enjoys looking after all animals but has a special interest in horses, having been awarded the University of Sydney Equine Prize, then completing an equine internship and having worked on thoroughbred studs in the Southern Highlands. He is also an accredited Australian Stud Book identifier and member of the Australian Equine Veterinary Association. Outside of work Lloyd can be found tending to his veggie patch, at the beach or walking his Labrador, Bear.


Madeline Cantwell

Veterinarian (VVetBiol/DVM)

Maddie joined the Clinton Street Veterinary Clinic in 2022 after working on the outskirts of Sydney as a small animal veterinarian. Maddie grew up on the urban fringe of Sydney and has always wanted to work with Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Alpacas, so she made the tree change to Goulburn. Maddie graduated from the University of Sydney in 2021 and has brought her two cats, "Henry" and "Fat" to Goulburn. Outside of work she enjoys playing soccer or swimming.


Tameka Davis

Veterinarian (BVSc)

Tameka joined the Clinton Street Veterinary Clinic team in 2023. She grew up in regional Victoria and has always been around small and large animals. She did her Veterinary Training at James Cook University in Townsville and has a interest in equine medicine and dentistry. She has a Labrador called Luna and enjoys going camping, bush walks and spending time with friends. 


Madeleine Prell

Veterinarian (BVetBiol/BVetSc(Hons))

Maddy grew up on a Merino Sheep property in Crookwell and is returning to the Southern Tablelands after graduating Veterinary Science at Charles Sturt University in Waga Wagga in 2023. Maddy has a keen interest in sheep and cattle medicine and carried out a research project on pestivirus in sheep throughout her degree. When she is not at work she enjoys gardening and taking her Labradoodle, Miki, hiking and camping. 


Karen

Veterinary Practice Manager

Karen has been our head vet nurse and practice manager since the Clinton Street Veterinary Clinic opened in 1987. Outside of work she is a passionate horse rider and regularly competes around NSW in team sorting, polo cross and camp drafting competitions. Karen keeps the clinic humming along by making sure the vets have all the resources they need to look after your sick animal.


Hannah

Veterinary Nurse

Hannah has been a veterinary nurse since 2012 but joined the team in 2018. She has hand raised kittens and puppies and brings the same level of dedication and attention to looking after all of her patients. She has a three-legged, one eye cat that she rescued as well one four legged and two eyed cat and dog. You may see Hannah around the hospital greeting clients with a smile at the reception desk, monitoring an anaesthetic or providing extra special tender loving care to hospitalised patients.


Chelsea

Trainee Veterinary Nurse

Chelsea has always had a passion for animals, having grown up on a farm locally in Goulburn. She has completed a Certificate II and III in Animal Studies and is now working to complete her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. Chelsea joined the team in 2022 but when she is not working, she is either playing basketball or tending to her many pets including: 5 dogs, a cat, 2 rabbits and 3 horses. 


Skye

Trainee Veterinary Nurse

Skye joined the Clinton Street Veterinary Clinic in 2022 after completing placement for her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. Skye has previously worked on horse studs and has always had a menagerie of pets including a Siamese Cat, two dogs and three horses. She is quickly learning all the variable aspects of being a veterinary nurse from greeting clients at the front desk to making sure that patients are comfortable as they recover from surgery. 


Clinic Cat - Herbert

Client Relations (Fluffy Felines)

Herbert was a rescus cat that now makes the Clinton Street Veterinary Clinic his home. You may see him greeting clients at the reception desk or sitting on clean piles of washing. He is exceptionally friendly and really loves left over food.


Clinic Cat - Vegemite

Client Relations (Fluffy Felines)

Vegemite is our newest clinic cat having been left on our doorstep with the rest of his litter. Having been hand raised by the veterinary nurses, he decided that the veterinary clinic seemed like a good place to live, and he has never left. You will see Vegemite strolling around like he owns the building and walking in and out of consults as he sees fit.  


  
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