Canobolas Family Pet Hospital | Orange NSW

10 William St
Orange, NS 2800

(02)6362-6991

canobolasvet.com

     

Perri Hawke

Everyone who comes into the clinic knows our office manager, Perri Hawke. Perri is the hub around which the vets, patients, other staff at the clinic and our clients, revolve around. She is our chief organiser and somehow remembers every person, dog, cat and rat that comes in through the doors. 

Perri is a well qualified (she is the only stem cell technician in this part of the state), with over 7 years experience as a Veterinary Nurse. She knows all our clients and patients and they know and love her.

One of Perri's pets, Jess, a Rhodesian Ridgeback adopted from the Orange RSPCA in 2001, was the first dog to have a TTO in the Central West, a surgery that was done at our clinic by Geoff Freeth. Perri is pictured with her other dog, Freddie, a staffy that was a little 8 week old stray who came into the clinic with no owner, and has a very fun personality!


 

Cass Scurrah

Cass is a qualified veterinary nurse with over 6 years of experience. She divides her time between nursing your beloved pets and looking after you at reception as well as taking care of our marketing and promotions. 

Cass grew up just outside of Orange on a farm surrounded by a wide variety of animals. She is pictured here with her much-loved Bullmastiff, Zara - a regular visitor to the clinic - who is one of her four-legged babies, along with Zeus and Heidi - a very playful, adorable Bullmastiff puppy as well as Poppy, a very talkative eclectus parrot.

   


  

Kylie McDonald

Kylie has been at the clinic for over 19 years as a Veterinary Nurse. She is famous for her racing Greyhounds and her success on the track has been through the dogs Princess Honcho and Awesome Partner, or more recently Romba and Cool Fusion.

Kylie is married to Wes and they have settled on the outskirts of Orange with the patter of little feet heard throughout the house. Mostly the four feet of her fifty or so greyhounds, but also daughter Chelsea who arrived in December 2007, Riley in February 2009 and Noah in March 2011.  

 



Jane Hill

Jane has been at the clinic for over ten years off and on between having two daughters with husband Clive. They live at Cargo on a property where she gets plenty of practice mending fences and fixing water troughs. If you have any questions about poly pipe she is the woman to talk to, as well as being very knowledgeable about animals in general. She has a giant Percheron horse called Galihad and a male whippet called Molly.  

 



 
 


 

Laura Bullock

Laura grew up in the Blue Mountains, but is a country girl at heart. Her love for animals grew after her family relocated to the Central West, and her menagerie of animals include two Border Collies – Ruby and Baily, Izzy the cat and a thoroughbred horse called Jack.

A qualified nurse with 7 years experience, Laura recently spent 3 years at Canberra Veterinary Hospital which gave her valuable experience in dental procedures. Since joining our clinic after moving back to Orange in September 2016, Laura has been one of our senior nurses and is passionate about dental procedures and helping you look after your pet’s teeth.

 Outside of work, Laura loves gardening, yoga, and generally being outdoors.


Pam Davis

Pam, a qualified dog trainer with a Certificate IV in Companion Animal Studies (Dog Training and Behaviour), is the owner of Orange Pet Dog Training, and teaches our regular puppy classes here at the clinic.

Pam has owned dogs her entire life growing up on a property near Cooma and over the past ten years has been very involved in both classes and private consultations in dog training.

A member of the Australian Pet Dog Trainers Association, Pam is also currently completing her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. Her passion is to help owners to have well behaved puppies and dogs and to enjoy their time together.

 


Evie - Clinic Supervisor

Evie joined the CFPH family in late 2015 after she was brought into the clinic one afternoon as a stray kitten, aged about 10 weeks old.

We all quickly fell in love with her cheeky and playful personality, and she has since promoted herself to the position of clinic supervisor. Her favourite role in the clinic though is as the official Ivory Coat food taste tester!