Roxanne is our Practice Manager and has been working as a Veterinary Nurse with us since 2006. Roxanne is very passionate about the animals she cares for, ensuring they receive the highest level of care.
Roxanne is our resident carer of all the orphaned animals that get brought into the clinic, varying from baby birds to kittens. Her two daughters even get involved in helping to care and feed the little guys!
Outside of work Roxanne and her family love to go Motorbike riding, camping and Four wheel driving whenever they can.
She has two dogs, Reece (Cavalier x Pug) and Sway (Kelpie) and a three-legged cat named Hiccup.
Bek is a fully qualified Veterinary Nurse who joined our team in 2016. Bek is a great asset to the clinic.
Bek enjoys all aspects of nursing, especially Dental and Surgical Nursing.
Bek has two Old English Sheepdogs, Cooper and Murphy. She enjoys taking them to training on weekends and taking them down to the beach. Here she is pictured with Cooper as a pup. He isn’t that small anymore
Kylie is a qualified Veterinary Nurse who has been working with the practice since September 2006.
Kylie is a keeper of the more unusual pets… She has ferrets, frogs, bearded dragons and water dragons!
Kylie enjoys working at our reception desk and meeting our new clients, both four-legged and two!
She has recently appeared on Channel 10’s Totally Wild, working with Forever Ferrets SA, a local rescue group, talking about ferrets as pets.
Sarah is the newest nurse to join our team. Sarah completed her studies and became a fully qualified Veterinary Nurse in early 2016.
Sarah has a keen interest in the surgical side of nursing, particularly the more unusual procedures such as opthamology (eyes) and exploratory surgeries. So far, her favourite nursing experience has been assisting in the removal of a huge 5kg lump from a dogs abdomen!
Sarah has a beautiful cat named Riley (pictured), who she adopted from the RSPCA. Riley is a complete mummies boy taking every opportunity to sit in Sarah’s lap when she’s awake, and trying to smother her face whilst asleep.
Be sure to welcome Sarah to the team whenever you pop into the clinic next!
Jasmin Briggs is another of our fresh faces who has joined us here at Old Reynella. Prior to this, she has been working in Doggy Day Care and Grooming and also administration roles. Jasmin has had a desire to be a veterinary nurse since she was little and has completed her animal studies certificate. She is very excited to enroll in Veterinary Nursing next.
Jasmin has an 18 month old Boxer named Luna who is a little bit bonkers but adorable nonetheless. She also has two cats: 12yo Princess and 3yo Pepper. They all live together quite happily until Luna gets it into her mind that she would like to play, in which case Princess and Pepper have to dive and take cover!
Some of you may have been around 19 years ago and might remember Sarah when she started Vet Nursing under Dr. Ron Baker. If not, welcome to our new and smiling nurse Sarah!
Sarah has had a long and illustrious career with animals, starting her veterinary nursing career in the year 2000! She has also run a successful horse training business, and bred many beautiful horses (some of which she still has).
Sarah is now running our very popular and successful Puppy School classes.
Sarah loves to have a chat, and is wonderful with all of our clients and patients alike. Welcome back, we have missed you!
Kait is our newest nurse to join the team. She is a fully qualified nurse who has spent several years working at another vet practice on the western side of Adelaide. She was wanting a job a bit closer to home, so has decided to join the team here at Old Reynella.
Kait grew up in the Riverland on a farm with lots of different animals which is where she developed a lifelong passion for working with creatures great and small.
Outside of work, Kait loves to travel for snow sports. She is pictured here in Japan after a ski trip to Hakuba, North West of tokyo.
She has a keen interest in exotic pets, and along with a paid of mischievous dogs she keeps a pair of rats named Sharon and Karen.