Tammy Smith
Veterinarian

I graduated from the University of Bristol in 2000 and moved to NZ in 2002 when I fell in love with the scenery and the outdoor lifestyle of Queenstown. Since then I have worked in a small animal practice and  I particularly enjoy surgery. I love the friendly atmosphere at work and it has been great to combine my passion for veterinary work with living in such a wonderful part of the world.

Qualifications: BVSc
Clinic:
  • Queenstown
Tania Mason
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Clinic Coordinator - Cromwell / Vet Nurse

I joined the team in 2012 I am currently studying through Otago Polytechnic to gain a Certificate in Veterinary Nursing. I have been a trainee Veterinary Nurse for 5 years, during this time I have learned a lot about animal nutrition. In my spare time I enjoy relaxing and spending time with my partner, two dogs and my cat.

Clinic:
  • Cromwell
Tara Gower
Veterinarian
Clinic:
  • King Country
Tash Kane
Reception/Support staff

I grew up in Central Hawkes Bay in a small town called Norsewood. Form there I moved to Australia with my partner Reon, we spent 8 years there working in different rural and farming positions. We moved to Ranfurly 7 years ago after purchasing a local Sheep handling business.

Clinic:
  • Ranfurly
Tegan Scothorne
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Support Staff
Tegan is originally from Queenstown and is currently living in Kingston. As well as working full time she is studying dog psychology and training in the hopes of becoming a dog day-care owner one day. The favourite part of her role is meeting the puppies and watching them grow with every visit and also seeing the patients that have come out on top after an emergency. Outside of work she has a 17 year old shih Tzu named Shilo, a five year old long coat Chihuahua called Archie(pictured) and she has also been raising two ducklings for the last six weeks now which has been great experience. She also looks forward to spending time with her partner and close friends, cooking, studying and gardening.  
Clinic:
  • Queenstown
Teishan Davis
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Vet Nurse

Teishan is a Vet Nurse at VetEnt Otrohanga. She has been with the VetEnt team for over 6 years now, starting as a casual nurse in 2012, and then becoming full time in 2014. Teishan loves working with her tight knit team at Otorohanga while still having access to the support network across the company and in particular the Waipa clinics. Teishan is passionate about seeing pets improve and recover under the teams care and then seeing them go home to their owners happy and healthy.

Teishan describes one of the best parts of her job as meeting new fur babies and watching them transition through their life stages. She enjoys meeting VetEnt clients and forming relationships based on a mutual love of their pets.

Outside of work, Teishan plays netball for Waitomo, and enjoys spending time with her friends and family, her husband Josh and their four legged family which includes two dogs and cat.

Clinic:
  • Otorohanga
Terrence Gillard
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Technician
Clinic:
  • King Country
Theresa Brewer
Clinic Coordinator
Clinic:
  • King Country
Timothy Cameron
Timothy Cameron
Veterinarian
Clinic:
  • Te Awamutu
Tom Cantor
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Veterinarian
Tom is originally from Kent in the United Kingdom and is currently on a working holiday visa travelling around the South Island. He has a Bachelor of Veterinary Science and four years’ experience. He particular enjoys educating clients about the issues their pets may have and the gratitude from the clients when he solves a tricky problem their pet has presented with. Outside of work he enjoys hiking, skiing and is currently trying to learn to surf.
Clinic:
  • Ferrymead
Toni Bird
Vet Nurse
Clinic:
  • Aspiring
Tracey-Lee Clark
Vet Nurse
Clinic:
  • Ashburton
Tracy Sinton
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Vet Nurse
Tracy is currently working part-time as a Vet Nurse in our Te Awamutu and Te Kuiti clinics, she has previously worked for us in a full time capacity back when our Te Awamutu clinic was called Te Awamutu Animal Health Centre. She completed her qualification in Veterinary Nursing in 1992 and worked for us for thirteen years at this time. She enjoys working with all animals (big or small) and likes to make their life the best it can possibly be, she has a particular interest in surgery. For the past twenty years alongside husband she has been running their dairy farm in Arohena. They also have a small Hereford Stud, pet sheep, Scottish Highlands and a long list of other pets including her two wild (now domesticated) cats called “Gilbert” and “Toby”. When she is not running around after her pets, keeping them happy (which is a hobby in itself!), she enjoys reading, walking and relaxing.
Clinic:
  • Te Awamutu
Trudie Carson
Vet Nurse
Clinic:
  • Cromwell
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