Practice Manager Beaconsfield/Officer Vet

Kelly is an experienced veterinary nurse, having worked in the industry for over 14 years. Before joining the BVC/OV team in March 2012, Kelly worked as a surgical nurse at a specialist centre. She has a keen interest in wildlife and rehabilitation, and has cared for a variety of orphaned and injured wildlife. At home, Kelly has a variety of pets including Mr Tony a handsome Shihtzu cross, Magpie an energetic Devon Rex and a crazy Galah Trevor.



After deciding the time was right for a change in career direction, David headed off to vet school and graduated from the University of Melbourne with Honours in 2007. Not being a fan of mud or flies, David commenced work in small animal practice straight after graduating, and has also recently spent some time working as a small animal emergency vet. He has a particular interest in feline medicine and soft tissue surgery. When not at work, David is kept in line by his multitude of cats (including a highly strung Bengal and Abyssinian), dogs and horses. He is fortunate to be supported by his gorgeous wife and daughter and a sports mad son (Go Blues!).



Rebbecca graduated from Melbourne University after doing Animal Science and honours then went on the do Veterinary Science at Murdoch University in WA. She had an amazing experience in WA but moved back to be close to family. Rebbecca loves all animals but has a special love for horses and her retired horse Perry. She enjoys gardening and crafts and enjoys the country life in regional Victoria.


Veterinary Nurse

Sally has been a veterinary nurse for many years now and has worked in several practices both in Melbourne and Canada before starting at Officer Vet in March 2021. Her passion lies in nursing hospital and surgery patients and making sure their stay at the clinic is as comfortable and stress free as possible. She is also very passionate about the impact the veterinary industry has on our environment.

At home Sally is kept busy with her two dogs, Jack and Billie, two cats Smudgey and Darky, Betty and Barbra the sheep and her horse Howie


Veterinary Nurse

Rebecca has always dreamed of working in the Animal Care Industry.

During her Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing, completed in January 2021, she developed a passion for Psychology, Rehabilitation and Pathology Procedures.

As a mother of two young boys, 2 dogs & 2 cats, the household is always busy. However, when a quiet opportunity comes around you can find Rebecca curled up with a good book & a cuppa!


Veterinary Nurse

Emma joined our OV team in September 2021 after having done work placement at another small animal clinic. She has always wanted to become a Veterinary Nurse and is currently completing her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing.

Emma has grown up with cattle and dogs and currently has a gorgeous Kelpie named Tucker at home.



Bron has been a Veterinary nurse for over 15 years. Having worked at two other clinics she joined the Officer Team in March 2022.

These days you will find her at Reception, she’s the one usually wearing one of her eccentric headbands and a fun pair of earrings!

When Bron is not at the clinic, she is busy looking after her two sons and menagerie of pets! These include 2 dogs Wildfred and Dolly, 3 cats, Poppy Peanut and Vader, 3 Guinea Pigs, Kevin Stewart and Bob , 2 dwarf rabbits, Barley and Iain, 6 chooks un named AND 2 Ducks Beverley and Howard!


Veterinary Nurse

Shannon joined the team at Officer vet clinic in March 2022 and has worked as a veterinary nurse for the last 5 years.

She completed her Certificate IV in veterinary nursing in 2018, having always wanted to work within the animal industry and having a strong passion for animal care and welfare.

Shannon shares her home with her husband, her young daughter and very spoilt pets, Luna the Irish wolfhound x and Ziggy the rescue cat.


Resident Clinic Cat

Carlton joined the team in 2019 and was hand raised by one of our nurses from 4 weeks of age. He oversees the day to day happenings at the clinic at loves to socialize with our clients and their pets.