Our Team

Dr. Joram Mudzingwa

BVSc, MRCVS, RCVS Cert AP

Dr Joram graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Veterinary Science degree in 2004.


He went on to sit the Royal College of Veterinary Examinations in 2011 and is a Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons in the UK. He also received further training in surgery and is a recognised Advanced Practitioner with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. He is highly experienced and trained in both routine and advanced surgeries such as TPLOs and BOAS. 


Dr Joram is very passionate about families enjoying their happy and healthy fur babies for many years. Growing up in rural Zimbabwe he was always surrounded by animals. He naturally followed his dream and graduated best of class in 2004. He went on to practice excellent veterinary care, working at Specialist and general practice hospitals in Zimbabwe, South Africa, England and Perth WA. Many will recognise his face having provided exceptional care here in Rockingham since 2014.

At home he is kept busy by their two young children and a cheeky grey tabby called Daniel Tiger whom they rescued as a stray kitten. He also likes to watch sports, cycle and cook.

Dr Brenna Riley

                               DVM 

Dr Brenna earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Murdoch University in 2018


She knows your animals are a part of your family, and aims to provide them with the same high quality medical care she would want for her own loved ones.


She grew up in rural Michigan with a zoo of pets and rescued wildlife, from hamsters and birds to crayfish and garden snakes.  Prior to embarking on her journey to becoming a veterinarian, she completed an undergraduate and a master's degree in Biology, and worked in conservation research. Her passion for protecting the health of animals and the environment has lead her to volunteer for wildlife conservation projects all over the world, including South Africa, Panama and Paraguay. After after seven years in Australia, she now considers Perth her home.  She has a special interest in Veterinary Pathology.  


When she's not at the clinic, Dr Brenna enjoys long-distance running, camping, baking, and learning to play the piano.

Dr Teanna Cahill

                          BSc, DVM

Dr Teanna graduated from Murdoch University in 2019.


She enjoys consulting with clients and learning all about people and their pets. She is happiest when working with geriatric patients and patients with behavioural conditions. She strives to make every visit as comfortable as possible for her patients.


When not at work she is at home watching Netflix with her two dogs, Bennie and Caramello, and her two cats, Leo and Pie.

Hayley Dixon

Cert IV RVN

Hayley qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2019. 


Hayley joined us in 2020 fresh from TAFE and she has hit the ground running. She loves being at reception and admin tasks.


Hayley lives locally with her Cocker Spaniel called Duke.

Crystal McLaughlan 

                        Cert IV RVN


Crystal qualified as a Veterinary nurse in 2017 


She loves all aspects of vet nursing, especially the medical nursing side of it.


Crystal has lived in Perth her entire life and lives locally with her partner and and rescue bird Sebastian. He keeps them entertained with his crazy antics!


Brittany Buskey

                        Cert IV RVN


Brittany completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing at AVT in 2014.

She loves all aspects of small animal care but is especially interested in the surgical side of vet nursing.


Brittany was born in Canada, but now lives locally with her boyfriend and 2 adorable rescue cats Frank and Phoebe.

Emma Todd

     Cert IV RVN


Emma qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2019. 1

She loves all aspects of vet nursing. She's travelled Cambodia with Go Pawesome for a spey and neuter program on the dogs and cats of Cambodia’s Pagodas and Temples and which positively impacted the lives of more than 230 homeless animals and well as low income families and their pets. 

At home she is kept busy by her 2 dogs, Fergy, Luna and cat Heidi.

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