Dr. Michelle Smith


Michelle wanted to be a vet since she could talk. She graduated from Murdoch University in 2009 and started her veterinary career working in various private practices from the South West of WA to London. This was followed by five years of caring for animals in need at not-for-profits including the RSPCA. 

During her career, Michelle has developed a strong interest in small animal surgery and dentistry and has gone on to achieve post-grad qualifications in Small Animal Surgery through the Australian and NZ College of Veterinary Scientists.

Michelle joined the team at The Floreat Vet in June 2021. She finds providing high standard veterinary care to her furry patients extremely rewarding and loves getting to know their humans too.

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


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    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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