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187 Mt Alexander Road
Ascot Vale, Vic., 3032
Phone: (03) 9376 5299
care@flemingtonvet.com.au
Dr Anne Dynon
B.V.Sc. (Melb)
Registered Veterinary Practitioner
Flemington Veterinary Hospital
Meet the Team
Veterinarians | Professional Interest Practitioners | Veterinary Nurses |
Groomers | Additional Staff |

It is an collaborative effort to supply the service and care your pets deserve.   

Standards of Care

The primary role of the team at FVH is to exceed your expectations in caring for your pet. We treat your pets like they are part of our family too! We have a  professional, caring and devoted team to look after your pet. Anne, the principal veterinarian is a member of the Australian Veterinary Association abiding by its’ strict code of patient care.

The staff routinely attend further training, conferences and courses in their respective fields to reinforce we practice with the most up to date knowledge possible. Giving you and your pet the service and care you deserve.

Our caring starts at the end of the phone and continues after your pet is home!

Veterinarians

Dr Anne Dynon BVSc

Anne graduated from Melbourne University in 1973. Her first position was in Dubbo, NSW treating horses, cows, pigs, dogs and cats. A year later she moved back to Melbourne, and after a stint in horse practice decided to her passion was small animal medicine and surgery . After working in various Melbourne practices, Anne purchased Flemington Veterinary Clinic in 1989. A few years later the building was extensively renovated and upgraded to become Flemington Veterinary Hospital.

Anne has a special interest in veterinary dentistry as well as over 33 years experience in general small animal medicine and surgery. As an academic associate of Melbourne University Anne involved with training veterinary sudents at FVH. Anne has 4 pets, 2 cats Mischief and Merlow, a Bichon Frise Maggie and a mini wirehaired dashund Sophie .

Out of work Anne enjoys wining and dining, and walking. Anne is also a member of Flemington Rotary Club and a committee member of CIKA (Cancer in Kids Auxillary).

Dr Jeff Brady BVSc

Dr Jeff graduated from Melbourne University in 1980, where he then had his first job with horses and cattle.

Jeff then moved up to Bendigo for a year & worked with dogs & cats, before returning to Melbourne, where he has remained. After working in Diamond Creek for a number of years he moved to Hoppers Crossing.

He loves his work at Flemington Vet Hospital and has become a step-father to Sophie.

Outside of work Jeff has a keen interest in cooking & eating. His volunteer work has seen him become a Fellow of the Australian Veterinary Association.

 

Dr Peter Cameron BVSc

Dr Peter graduated from Melbourne University Veterinary School in 1997.  He has had a lifelong interest in animals, particularly exotics, for as long as he can remember. With Peter it’s a case of the more unusual the animal the better!!

Peter is very experienced with dogs & cats, but also has a passion for birds, rabbits, ferrets, mice and rats and is one of Victoria's leading reptile veterinarians - having seen nearly 5000 reptiles on a primary consultation basis. Peter also takes referrals from and provides reptile and amphibian advice to vets throughout Victoria. A strong believer in continuing education Peter has lectured at RMIT University and the Amphibian Research Centre.So if you have a sick bunny,or your ferret has got the runs, or you’re unsure if your crocodile is a boy or girl then give Peter a call at Flemington Vet Hospital.

Outside of veterinary science Peter loves spending time with his family and pursuing his many hobbies - most recently collecting Coleman liquid fuel lanterns.

 

   

Professional Interest Practitioners

Dr Harold Pook BVSc MVSc

Professional Interest Practitioner in Internal Medicine

Harold graduated from Melbourne University in 1979. He undertook an internship and residency at Saskatoon from 1983-1986. During the next 9 years Harold had a position in Internal Medicine on faculty at Guelph University.

Since then, Harold has been operating a mobile internal medicine and diagnostic service in Melbourne and Geelong. Harold performs Ultrasonography, Endoscopy, Oncology and other diagnostic procedures.

Harold has 2 King Charles Cavalier Spaniels. Out of work Harold enjoys cycling..

Dr Robert Hilton BVSc MACVSc CertVD MRCVS

Professional Interest Practitioner in Dermatology

Robert graduated with first class honours from the University of Melbourne in 1975. Between 1976 and 2000 he was in mixed then small animal practice, gaining a MACVSc qualification in canine medicine along the way. Since 2001 he has been focusing his professional activities on Veterinary Dermatology, his long time professional interest and now restricts his practice to Veterinary Dermatology.

In 2006 he successfully completed all the requirements and examinations of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Certificate in Veterinary Dermatology. Rob is a member of the Dermatology Chapter of the Australasian College of Veterinary Scientists, the European Society for Veterinary Dermatology and an active member of Vetdermlist.

Rob’s particular interests include allergic skin disease and any other skin disease relating to dysfunction of the immune system. He is the author of several articles and clinical reviews and has given numerous seminars locally and further afield. Rob’s private interests include climbing mountains on foot or by skis and trying not to fall off on the way down.

Veterinary Nurses

Patrice Mc Cormick

Senior Veterinary Nurse

Patrice has a degree in veterinary nursing from Athlone Institute, Ireland. She started nursing in 2008.

Patrice loves the surgical side of nursing as well as caring for our clients and their pets. She started with us last year and has quickly become our senior veterinary nurse.

Patrice does general nursing as well as supervision of junior staff, internet & general marketing, and administration.

Patrice has quickly become liked by the clients for her cheerful & agreeable personality & is an integral part of the caring teamat Flemington Veterinary Hospital.

 

Amanda

Vet Nurse

Amanda has been a Veterinary Nurse for 4 years. Orginally from the country town of Wodonga, she completed her Certificate IV at Victoria University Melbourne in 2010. After that she worked at a clinic in Albury, NSW for 2 &1/2 years.

Missing the exciting city life too much she moved back to Melbourne and started working at Flemington Veterinary Hospital in July 2013. She enjoys all aspects of nursing and love caring for pets.

Amanda runs our puppy pre school classes every Tuesday night.

She shares a house locally with her best friends and her two cats Kimba and Slash.

Lisa

Vet Nurse

Raechel Littman

Trainee Nurse

Raechel decided to become a vet nurse after completing university degrees but not being completely satisfied with the direction her working life was going.

She is currently enrolled in the veterinary nursing course.

Raechal loves her little Scottish Deerhound Murphy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chiara Perri

Chiara is a certified veterinary nurse, having completed her Certificate IV in Companion Animal Services in 2006. She is a fully accredited Delta Instructor and Assessor.

Chiara offers private behavioural consultations for problems in the home.

Chiara’s classes are all based on positive training methods using rewards and praise and working towards building a working relationship.

Groomers

Jeff

 

 

Carmen



 

Additional Staff

Reception: Shiela Smith
Book Keeping: Shirley Shickerling, Jill Nunno
Gardener: Mario Cassar