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 Tony Mosman  BVSc

Tony Mosman has been at the Bondi Junction Veterinary Hospital since 1976. He graduated from the University of Sydney in 1971. At university he paid his way through University by playing bass guitar in a rock and roll band. He started practice in Cowra and West Wyalong and before heading off to a locum in the UK and work as a ski instructor in Austria. 

He has special interests in surgery, particularly orthopaedics and loves putting animals back together. He has AQIS and  PennHip Accreditation

He is a board member of the Guide Dogs Association of NSW/ACT. He is now enjoying Pilates , golf and scuba diving. 

 


 
 Julia Crawford  BVSc

“The joy of being in a veterinary general practice, particularly in Bondi Junction is that we see everything, all types of pets, wildlife and all manner of people. Every day brings something different, different problems to solve, interesting medical and surgical cases. Every animal is an individual and that is what makes it special”

Dr Julia graduated in 1979 and arrived at the Bondi Junction Veterinary Hospital in 1984. She has raised a family while working full time and been part of the local community particularly in relation to public education. At present she is a Director of  the Australian Veterinary Association .

Her special interests include medicine, soft tissue surgery, exotics and radiology.

 She has a 2year old  cross Cavalier called "Tippi"  who keeps her on her toes . "Tippi" turned up a the practice shortly after" Emelia" , the Burmese died at the age of 19 .  "Tad", who was trapped under Sydney Hospital as a 6 week old kitten in 1999 sadly passed away last year.


 
 Chris Brown  Bachelor of Veterinary Science - Honours (BVSc Hons)

Chris is a familiar face to many, being the star of the  TV series, The Bondi Vet, The Living Room and Im a Celebrity  . The He graduated from the University of Sydney in 2001 and started working here a couple of years later. 

He travels a lot for his TV shows so is not regularly rostered onhere  but he lets us know when he is home and feels like being a genral practice vet again and comes in a does some shifts. We always enjoy having him back.

 


 
 Ray Chan  Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc)

Ray graduated from the University of Sydney in 2008 and has spent some time working in North-Western Sydney before moving to the eastern suburbs. Ray has a particular interest in soft-tissue surgery and animal welfare.

If Ray isn't at the vet hospital you are likely to find him knocking down pins at a bowling alley nearby.

Ray has an Eclectus Parrot name Horus, who is getting very close to speaking his first words and two Axolotl 's Alfred and Kiera.


 
 Tina Levy  Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc)

Tina has a long history here at Bondi Junction Vet.

Tina first came here as a child with her family pets. As soon as she was old enough she offered up her time doing work experience feeding all the animals. Obviously making a great impression she was offered work as a kennel hand looking after all the animals in boarding and hospital.

By this time she had taken a great interest in animals and decided to enrol at Sydney University to study Veterinary Science. When she wasn't studying she spent her weekends and holidays working as a vet nurse and receptionist.

As a new graduate she was offered a job and has been with us ever since.
She knows the ins and outs of the hospital and from client to vet there isn't anything she hasn't done here.

Now with her three children  a bit bigger we should be seeing her here a  more often.

 


 
 Caitlin McQuarrie  BVSc

Dr Caitlin McQuarrie has been with us for almost a year now and we are so glad to have her as part of the team.  She graduated from the University of Sydney in 2016  and brings to the practice enthusiasm and  the most up to date knowledge and skills . She is calm and kind and a great communicator and  is a ballroom dancer in her spare  time.


 
 Catherine Schuetze  BVSc

Dr Catherine has spent the large part of her veterianry career in northern India and Bhutan. She is presently home in Australia finisheing a PHD in traditional Tibetan veterinarymedicine. We are delighted to have her working with us mostly on weekends whilst she finishes this task. 

Her compassionate and caring philosophy leads her to her special interest in geriatric medicine, palliative care, acupuncture and other integrated therapies.  We admire her ability to think outside the box  in caring for older pets.