Dr Tracy Kloos BVSc MVS

 BVSc (hons) MVS

Tracy grew up on the land but has chosen to focus on companion animals in her veterinary career.   Tracy graduated with honours from Sydney University and went on the complete a masters in veterinary science. Tracy's special interests  include cardiology and endocrine disease such as diabetes, thyroid and adrenal gland problems. Through Tracy's efforts we now have very comprehensive cardiac diagnostic and treatment protocols that include ECG and cardiac ultrasound. Tracy has completed additional ultrasonography training through the Centre for Veterinary Education at Sydney University as well as recently additional study in pain management. 

The Kloos family includes Boss the schnauzer, Ruby the Beagle, Squiggles and Rio, the cats. In her spare time you will find Tracy running around after kids sport or mountain bike riding. .

Dr Cathy O'Neill

BA BVSc Dip Ed

After a detour training as a high school teacher Cathy graduated in Veterinary Science from the University of Sydney. Skilled in both medicine and surgery, in recent years Cathy has completed  additional study in soft tissue surgery, management of orthopaedic cases, cat medicine, animal behaviour, animal nutrition and opthalmology as part of ongoing professional development. Cathy's focus has always been on companion animal however she also enjoys pocket pets: mice, rats, ferrets, rabbits  guinea pigs.
It is also rewarding working  with Australian native animals helping the Native Animal Trust Fund with flying fox rescue, kangaroos and possums with broken legs and what ever else needs care. Two adult sons, four cats and one husband along with occassional attempts at exercising, keep Cathy busy at home. 

Vetz Staff


 Jessica Connell
Jessica is the person most likely to answer the phone when you ring or she will be the one to greet you on arrival. As our receptionist,  Jessica manages much of the behind the scenes business such as contact through social media, reminders and bookings for puppy school. Jessica's years working in the veterinary industry mean that she has a lot of knowledge about preventative practices such as flea control and worming but she is always happy to make sure any veterinary enquiries are answered by Cathy, Tracy or one of the trained nurses. 

Veterinary Nurse

 Rebecca Manthorp Cert IV VN
Veterinary Nurse

Rebecca is a Certificate IV qualified veterinary nurse. Rebecca enjoys all animals the more exotic the better. She would love to own a mini pig but has to settle with "Mater", a cat who came through here as a rescue  and her greyhound, "Elroy".  Rebecca is working a shorter week as she is now mum to two human boys. 

Veterinary Nurse

 Jess Pavlidis  Cert IV VN

Jess joined us in 2017 as she finished her veterinary nursing Certificate IV.
Jess maturity and genuine caring nature make her a pivitol member of the Vetz team and every day proves how well suited she is to a career with animals. Jess has rapidly developed excellent clinical skills and never stops seeking more knowledge.

Veterinary Nurse

 Emma Howell Cert IV VN

Emma is a Certificate IV qualified veterinary nurse currently undertaking studies in veterinary bioscience as well as working here at Vetz. Emma has a great love of native animals as well as dogs and cats.  Like all our staff Emma is passionate about giving the best care to all our patients and their families. 

Animal Attendant

Debbie White
Animal Attendant

Debbie is our fabulous animal attendant and cat "den mother" in boarding!
As well as making sure our visiting cat are happy Debbie is busy behind the scenes so the hospital runs smoothly. Deb helps in lots of little ways so that everyones day is just that bit easier.
Debbie is also a busy mum to two young children and four cats. (PS Deb would be a crazy cat lady if her partner let her!)

Animal Attendant

Caitlin Fredborg

Animal Attendant

Caitlin joined the Vetz team because of her love of animals and is also in charge of our cat hotel.

Along with all their other duties the animal attendants make themselves available to give cuddles and reassurance to any of the animals in hospital or recovering from surgery.

We are also working on broadening  out Caitlin's Canadian accent!