Our Team

Dr. Victoria Chan

BVSc (Hons), BBiomedSc (Hons)

Vicky studied a Bachelor of Biomedical Science at the University of Melbourne before completing an honours year in cancer research at St. Vincent’s Institute of Medical Research. Her love for animals combined with her desire to help people led her to obtain a veterinary degree at the University of Queensland.

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Dr. Michelle Rassool

BSc DVM

Michelle graduated with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Melbourne. Originally a Templestowe local, she now works between Vets on Balwyn and sister clinic, Vets on Parker.

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Dr. Kate Campbell

B.Bus.Sys, B.V.Sc

Kate graduated from Melbourne University in 2007 and joined the team at Vets on Balwyn in 2018. Previously she worked at a busy clinic in Blackburn for 10 years. Kate has a keen interest in dermatology and feline medicine. She is committed to meeting the unique needs of individual clients to achieve the best possible health outcomes for your pet.

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Amy Holmes

Veterinary Nurse

Having grown up on a dairy farm in North East Tasmania, Amy has always had a love of animals big and small. She was often found helping her father out on the farm, feeding calves or playing with the cattle dogs.

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Mikaela Munro

Mikaela has always had a keen interest in animals. She completed a Bachelor of Science in 2011 and holds a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. She has always surrounded herself with animals, and is currently kept busy at home by her border collie Evie, and her kitten Xavier (who is the brother to vet Vicky’s kitten ‘Rosie’) and also fosters kittens through Maneki Neko Cat Rescue.

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Sarah Gale

Born in Melbourne, Sarah is a busy mum with one daughter, and her German Shepherd ‘Chilli’. Sarah is currently studying her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing after following her long term dream of working with animals, and she has a keen interest in canine behaviour.

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Pet Care

  • When it comes to your pet, you might think that carrying a few extra kilos isn't a big deal. Unfortunately, even slightly overweight pets are at an increased risk of developing a host of diseases such as arthritis, heart disease, respiratory disorders and diabetes.
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  • Welcome to 2019! This time of year is one where many begin to reconsider their lifestyles and decide to put their health first. At our East Kew veterinary clinic, we believe it should be no different for your dog (did you know that 40% of dogs in Australia are overweight or obese?) To help with …
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  • During summer, most of our pet patients visit our East Kew veterinary clinic because they have been overexposed to the harsh sun. In this blog, we are explaining the different health consequences that this exposure can have on your pet. We’ve also put together a quick 5-step grooming guide for owners to care for their …
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