We pride ourselves on providing the best veterinary care and services for your pets.
The Vetcall group was established in 1976 and has since assisted thousands of local pets from puppy or kitten hood right through to their senior years. At Vetcall Ashmore, we aim to provide a comprehensive, professional and compassionate veterinary service. We recognise the significance of your pets and the place they hold in your family. Our highly qualified team of vets includes Dr Peter Elliott, Dr Stacey Devine, Dr Donna Rodgers, Dr Mikayla Clowes, Dr Nathan Pitt and Dr Sonja Pieters, and they have knowledge and experience in feline medicine, advanced surgery, diagnostic imaging, geriatric care, dental care, and more. Our animal healthcare team will offer education, advice and care to ensure your pet has the longest, happiest and healthiest life possible.
Dr Peter Elliott joined Vetcall in 1995. He shares his house with inspector Lex and Lucy, the Devon rex cats and Brynn the whippet. He has a special interest in feline medicine and improving the quality of life in older pets.
After graduating from the University of Queensland in 2007, Stacey worked in the Gold Coast Hinterland as a Mixed Animal Vet. She then set her sights on the UK and worked as a locum across the country side in small animal and emergency practice.
The last few years Stacey worked as a small animal vet at the Northern End of the Gold Coast prior to joining the Vetcall group. Stacey is just about to finish her Master's Degree in Veterinary Science which covers all aspects of your pet's health.
Stacey is passionate about preventative health care and has a special interest in surgery and diagnostic imaging.
Donna graduated from University of Queensland in 2007 and has worked locally in the Gold Coast Hinterland as a mixed animal vet. She joined the Vetcall team in 2018 and has a special interest in advanced animal medicine and ultrasonography. She spends her time away from the clinic with her leggy greyhound Twiggy and her 2 rascally cats TK and Buddy.
Mikayla joined our team in May 2019. Freshly graduated from James Cook University in Townsville, Mikalya has wanted to be a vet since she was 6 years old. She has a special interest in feline medicine.
Nathan joined the Ashmore team in 2019 after moving to Australia from South Africa where he was a mixed animal vet. He graduated in 2015 and has had some interesting cases with a rhino and a nosey warthog! He has now turned his hand to small animal practice and has a special interest in advanced surgery and dentals.
Sonja has joined the team in October 2019 from South Africa where she was a mixed animal vet. She graduated in 2008 and has worked with dogs, cats, birds, snakes and even lots of lions before moving to Australia. She is looking forward to expanding her knowledge in soft tissue surgery and advanced dental care. Here she is cuddling one of our patients Charlie after his general check up.
Hannah has been at Vetcall Ashmore since 2009. She has always had a keen interest in companion animals and wildlife, especially the developmental and nutritional side of things.
At home, Hannah has a Devon Rex named Bambi who she adores so much! One day, she would love to live on a large property where she can own all the dogs, cats, cows and animals she has always dreamed of.
Rosa has been working at Vetcall since 2011, starting out as a kennel hand and is now a qualified Veterinary Nurse after completing her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nurse, and she absolutely loves it. Rosa has a keen interest in animal dentistry and dental radiology which we practice and perform almost everyday.
After many years in corporate positions, Brionie has recently decided to follow her life-long dream to study and work as a veterinary nurse. She is currently completing a Certificate III in Animal Studies (Veterinary Nursing) and plans to move on to a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. Brionie also holds a Bachelor of Commerce and a Master of Human Resource Management.
Brionie is mum to two little girls, two Kelpies, an Australian Stock Horse, three chickens and an elderly (and extremely spoiled) Burmese cat. In her spare time, Brionie enjoys riding her horse and working on her property with her husband and kids.
Cassie has been working in the veterinary industry for over 10 years and has been a part of the Vetcall family since 2013. She is compassionate about all creatures and has found her dream job being surrounded by animals all day everyday. She has a soft spot for the 'golden oldies' and has a life long love for Bull Terriers. Outside of work, Cassie is kept busy with constant visits to the beach and park with Vandal (pictured) where he enjoys playing soccer.
Kendall has been at Vetcall since November 2013 after graduating from high school. She has always had a passion for helping animals and continuing her studies into her nursing career. She particularly loves caring and raising abandoned animals. Her furry family consist of Pepe her spoilt cat, Nooka her cuddly Labrador and Saila the mischievous cat.
Kaycee has been part of the team since 2017 and graduated her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in May 2019. Kaycee enjoys all aspects of veterinary nursing and nursing animals back to health. In her own time she and her husband take their ginger ninja cat Cyro on walks as they have lead trained him, so he can explore the neighbourhood.
Charlotte has been part of the Vetcall Team since March 2017. Originally from Cornwall in the UK, She now lives on the Gold Coast with her husband and their three cats Lilly, Poppy and Biggles. As well as being one of our clinic Receptionists, Charlotte is currently studying for her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. You will find Charlotte at the clinic most days helping clients and giving lots of cuddles to our fluffy friends.
Erin has been working at Vetcall Ashmore since 2014, starting out while still in high school as an afternoon Kennel Hand. Although she wants to become a Pilot one day, Erin is loving working with animals, and enjoying the experiences and learning opportunities that being a part of our Vetcall team have brought her.