Dr John Fulton (BVM&S, MRCVS)John is originally from Ireland and studied in Edinburgh. He later worked in Tanzania (Africa) where he ran a small animal/pet horse practice which also tended many exotic pets such as primates, zebras, hedgehogs, wildebeast, native birds, poultry, and snakes.
John moved to Australia with his lovely wife and three children and is now a real Aussie. His special interest areas include dermatology and surgery.
Liz GodwinLiz is our Practice Manager who joined the team in 1995. Her warm, re-assuring and efficient manner helping to ease the anxiety felt by many clients with sick or injured animals. Liz was a businesswoman in the small wheatbelt town of Goomalling before moving to Bunbury.
Rhonda Fox (Adv. Cert. Vet. Nursing)Rhonda is our Head Veterinary Nurse who has been with the practice since 1990. She has a keen love of animals which carries over into her non-working life.
She is an avid Shih Tzu fancier. A longstanding member of the Canine Association of WA, Rhonda is also involved with the Shih Tzu Club of Victoria Inc. for whom she is quarterly newsletter editor and editor of their last historical record book.
Kaiya Shepherd (Cert. IV Vet Nursing, Certificate IV in Companion Animal Services)Kaiya is one of our nurses who is also a qualified Animal Trainer/Behavioural Consultant. She is our Puppy Preschool guru.
Renae Wiggers (Cert. IV Vet Nursing)Renae (veterinary Nurse) comes to us with plenty of experience, having worked in emergency clinics in Perth, as well as at Murdoch Veterinary Hospital.
Michelle CarterMichelle is our extra pair of hands - having worked at several veterinary practices as well as in customer service within the pet industry.
Bryndis HallBryndis is our valued animal attendant and Saturday Morning help-out girl. She has previous experience in the human health industry.
Dr Alan McGregor (BVSc.)Alan qualified through the Melbourne University. He first practiced in the Warrnambool area in Victoria and later worked for the leading practice in the Waikato region of New Zealand where he treated many thoroughbreds who were to become household names such as Sir Tristram, Belle Cherie, Leilani, Balmerino, etc.
In the early 1980's he returned to his home state and in 1981 he founded the McGregor Veterinary Clinic. In the formative years of this practice Alan laid the foundations of what is now recognised as one of the most progressive veterinary practices in the South-West.
Alan semi-retired in 2012 but still interprets bloods for racing animals.