Below is a list of the top and leading Vets in Brisbane. To help you find the best Veterinarians located near you in Brisbane, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Brisbane’s Best Veterinarians:
The top rated Vets in Brisbane are:
- Dr. Lisa Ashe – Brisbane Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Service (BVECCS)
- Dr. Elaine Cebuliak – Animal Wellness
- Dr. Meredith Brothers – Wilston Vet
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Dr. Lisa Ashe – Brisbane Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Service (BVECCS)
Dr. Lisa Ashe graduated from Sydney University in 1995 with a career goal to work in the field of veterinary emergency medicine. After completing a Post-Grad course in Emergency Medicine in 1998 Lisa continued her studies and gained Membership to the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in the field of Emergency Medicine & Critical Care in 2003.
Dr. Lisa Ashe continues to be passionate about Emergency Medicine & Critical Care with a particular interest in trauma & shock, fluid therapy, & tick paralysis.
With experience gained by managing a busy specialist emergency hospital in Sydney for 7 years, Dr. Lisa Ashe moved to Brisbane in 2006 and along with Dr. Lyndal Holloway, owns and manages the BVECCS Emergency Vet, 24 Hour Vet Hospital and team.
After Hour Consultations, Surgical Procedures, On-site Laboratory Services, Critical Care, Weekend & Overnight Care for Sick or Injured Pets
“Had never been to an emergency vet before. Was much better than expected, presumably due to these guys running a tight ship. Was seen quickly, great communication, felt they cared for my dog, and the cost was lower than expected. ” – Philip Howieson
Dr. Elaine Cebuliak – Animal Wellness
Dr. Elaine Cebuliak – After moving to Brisbane in 1996, Elaine performed locum work at many practises around Brisbane and even built and sold a new surgery in Brisbane. She presently performs referral work, teaching, running workshops and locums under her business name “Animal Wellness” in Brisbane, Sydney and Adelaide.
Elaine has lectured in Acupuncture and Dentistry internationally and throughout Australia. She has also travelled extensively throughout the USA, Canada, Europe, New Zealand, Bali, The Cook Islands, and India where she performed volunteer Veterinary work at the latter three locations. Currently she is supporting Dr. Bayu with his reforestation projects in Indonesia, helping to coordinate ecotours. Elaine has helped set up a charity vet clinic in Bodhgaya, the Bihar province in Northern India, where she has ongoing communication. This organisation became registered as Vets Beyond Borders and has now become Internationally recognised as one of the leading groups in animal welfare in third world countries.
Previously, from 1983 to 1996 Elaine established two mixed practises in the Gladstone area, running them simultaneously from 1992. Her practises employed two veterinarians as well as ancillary staff where she maintained personal interests in avian (wildlife, pet and ratite), dental (small animals) and general small animal medicine. The practise made regular rural visits.
Politically held past positions include President of the Central Queensland (AVA) Australian Veterinary Association in 1990 and Secretary/Treasurer in 1989. Elaine has been Newsletter Editor of the (AVDS) Australian Veterinary Dental Society, President of the Holistic Veterinary Association, Publicity Officer, Queensland Representative of the Holistic SIG of the AVA.
Acupuncture & Acupressure, Nutritional Management Of Disease, Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine, Western Herbal Medicine, Integrative Cancer Care, Advanced Animal Dentistry (Including Root Canal Therapy And Surgical Extractions), Behaviour And Shiatsu/Remedial Physical Therapies, Vaccinations And Antibody Titre Testing (Most Animals Don’t Require Annual Vaccinations As Their Titre Levels Remain High For Many Years), Routine Examinations, Desexing – Spays & Castrations, Full Service Surgery, Behavioural Counselling, Homeopathy, Grooming (For Medical Reasons Or If Sedation Required, Otherwise We Recommend The Services Of Local Groomers, Due To Our Time Constraints)
“Outstanding veterinarians, very friendly, helpful, professional in all ways. Nothing but positive experiences, even with a frightened and aggressive cat like mine, they made him feel super comfortable and safe before working on him. These professionals are fearless and amazing, take your pet here, really. Lastly, they always provide estimates and pricing before doing any work to make sure you’re not surprised. The space is clean and inviting too, just all around can’t ask more out of a vet.” – Yorgo Friedrich
Dr. Meredith Brothers – Wilston Vet
Dr. Meredith Brothers graduated from the University of Queensland Veterinary Science School in 1990 with first class honours. Following that she headed off to rural NSW and worked in a country practice for two years (cows, horses, goats and pigs). After that, she worked in the UK for a further two years in small animal practice.
The next five years, Dr. Meredith Brothers worked in Brisbane. It was when her children were very young that she decided to open her own practice in the local area with her ideas and values. Then in the mid 2003, the doors to Wilston Vet opened for the first time. Dr. Meredith Brothers have also attained further qualifications by sitting her membership exams in Small Animal Medicine with the Australia College of Veterinary Surgeons.
Dr. Meredith Brothers is currently studying to attain an International Academy of Pain Management Certification from American Board Certification.
Medicine & Surgery, Dentistry, Rat Medicine, Dog Training, Pet Exports, Housecalls, Photonic Acupuncture
“Friendly staff, helpful and professional. I actually chose this Vet from the Google reviews and I’m happy with my choice.” – Joel Brown
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