Our Team

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.

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Dr Vivienne Tran

BSc DVM

Vivienne graduated with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from The University of Melbourne. She originally worked as a mixed practice veterinarian in North Victoria to chase her passion for large animals.

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Dr Sarah Tavlian

Sarah graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (with distinction) following her Bachelor of Science degree.

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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.

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Lacey Byatt

As a child, Lacey always had to bring home every stray animal she found, always wanting to make sure they would be safe and well cared for.

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Chanel Assetta

From a young age, Chanel showed a keen interest in animals, spending most of her childhood with the neighbours’ pets and finding any excuse to do anything animal-related.

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Emily Heber-Percy

Emily has always had a passion for helping animals when they were sick from a young age, bringing sick wildlife home at any chance she got.

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Victoria Meehan

Vic has a passionate background in animal rescue. Whether she is overseas helping street dogs, or here in Melbourne volunteering with Maneki Neko Cat Rescue, Vic loves being hands on and assisting animals in need. She has two adopted cats of her own and two happy goldfish.

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Hannah Johnson

Hannah has had a love for animals from a young age. She currently has 2 cats, Haiku and Nezuko, and is completing her certificate to become a qualified Veterinary Nurse.

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Pet Care

  • Is your senior dog or cat moving more slowly? Taking the stairs a bit more hesitantly? Or perhaps having trouble keeping themselves looking clean and neat? While advancing age will lead to some inevitable changes in your pet’s physical capabilities and condition, there is a lot you can do to support them in their golden …
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  • It’s important that you exercise your dog appropriately for their condition, as overweight pets are at higher risk of becoming puffed and dangerously overheated or sustaining joint injuries.
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  • At your pet’s appointment, we will perform a general check of your pet and examine the lump itself. In some cases, we will discuss further testing of the lump to confirm a diagnosis.
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