Our Team


We’ve been caring for Floreat’s four-legged community since 1991. With our newly renovated hospital, we combine experience, community values and state-of-the-art facilities to provide the absolute gold standard in Veterinary medicine. 

Dr. John Pascall


John’s parents knew that he was destined for a career caring for animals when, at the age of 8, he claimed... Read more

Dr. Nuala Quinn


​Since graduating from Murdoch University in 2016 Nuala has worked with a wide variety of animals, both big and... Read more

Dr. Michelle Smith


Michelle wanted to be a vet since she could talk. She graduated from Murdoch University in 2009 and started... Read more

Dr. Catherine Sambrook


Katie graduated from Murdoch University in 1999 and joined the team at Floreat Veterinary Centre that year... Read more

Dr. Asha Duggan

BSc BVMS (Hons)

Asha graduated from Murdoch University in 2013, and has worked throughout Australia and the UK. After a stint in... Read more

David Keane

Registered Vet Nurse

After spending seventeen years looking after guests in various restaurants and establishments across Perth, David... Read more

Maathangi Sivagnanasundram

Registered Vet Nurse

Maathangi has had a passion for working with animals her entire life and knew she was going to work... Read more

Karen Donaldson

Registered Vet Nurse

With degrees in Biology/Physiology and Palaeontology, and years of experience with ExxonMobil under her belt... Read more

Hayley Webb

Practice Manager

Hayley recently joined our team as practice manager. After working in the veterinary industry since 2014 in a 24 hour... Read more

Lisa Ricketts

Puppy School Trainer

Lisa, the owner of Starbarks Dog Training, is our amazing and experienced puppy trainer and has been teaching... Read more

Since 1988, The Floreat Vet has offered a professional services like surgery, dentistry, radiology and puppy school. 

Open Hours

Monday to Friday: 7am – 7pm 
Saturday: 8am – 1pm 
Closed Sundays and Public Holidays


Latest News

  • Foreign Body Removal

    A foreign body is exactly what it sounds like, something that has entered the body that shouldn’t be there! Common foreign bodies that end up in the gastrointestinal tract of dogs include; bones, chewed up toys, socks and more embarrassingly, underwear.

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