Today we say THANK YOU to Amanda, Song and Daffin of Mount Pleasant Central Vet Clinic (Whitley)!
“I joined Mount Pleasant 3 years ago. I’ve always wanted to work with animals. I have pets since young, they are like my best friends.” ~ Song with Marc, Vanessa & Panda at Mount Pleasant Central Vet Clinic (Whitley)
“It’s so rewarding when I see animals recover & go home & when they are very happy to see you when they come back for review. However, we also see animals who are neglected & not properly taken care of by their families.”
“Max my Japanese Spitz ix 11 years old. I adopted him when he was 1. His owner was posted overseas for work & couldn’t take him along. Dawn my Schnauzer is about 8 years old. She was an ex-breeding farm dog & I adopted her on the very day she was rescued. She makes me realise that dogs who have gone through hardship can be the sweetest when they finally find someone who cares about them.”
“Max and Dawn are the reasons I am working in the veterinary line. I want to learn more about animals and how to better take care of them. I enjoy fishing. But for me, the best way to de-stress is spending time with Max and Dawn!”
“I joined Mount Pleasant 3 years ago. Working with animals & helping them feel better is something I always wanted to do.” ~ Amanda
Tinker & Mingster!
“Tinker used to belong to my sister but because of her busy lifestyle, Tinker grew closer to me over time. She follows me everywhere. My husband fell in love with Mika the conure at first sight. Tinker & Mika didn’t mind each other from the moment they met. They go on daily walks together.”
Kasumi & Mingster ~ just chilling….
“Kasumi was our rescued resident cat. I fell in love with her the day I came for interview. I always wanted a cat but my mom is against the idea. When I finally have my own home, I decided Kasumi will come live with me.
Being an older cat and seeing so many dogs coming in and out of the clinic everyday, she is always very chill even with dogs barking around her. So I know she is the best fit for Tinker. They got along from day one. Kasumi also doesn’t mind Mingster hanging out with her!”
Amanda’s mini zoo! “I like reading & sometimes I paint. But I don’t have much free time as I’m currently studying for my Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. If I am not a vet nurse, maybe I’ll be a zookeeper. I always wanted to work with large animals. I also aspire to be like Prof Noel Fitzpatrick!”
With part of the team at Mount Pleasant Central Vet Clinic (Whitley)
“I joined Mount Pleasant in July 2014. Animals make me happy & make life less stressful. I’m here to learn as much as I can.” ~ Daffin with the super cute & chubby resident cat Ginger Boy! He’s 13 years old.
“It feels really good when we see our patients recover & then discharging them back to their happy families. It’s also a joy to see families come in with their new puppy or kitten for the first general health check.”
“My dog Hoki teaches me to be more responsible. He brings so much happiness to me & my family. I love art & craft. I studied design & Hoki was my model in one of my graduation projects.”
“I have awesome colleagues & it’s a bonus to be able to bring our dogs to work some days.”
‘Such short little lives our pets have to live with us, and they spend most of it waiting for us to come home each day.’ ~ John Grogan.
“The loyalty of our pets inspire me the most. They will always be there to welcome you home no matter how bad their day might be. There are those who are very sick and weak but they would still happily wag their tails when their families come to visit.”
The big family at Mount Pleasant Central Vet Clinic (Whitley)!
At Mount Pleasant Central Vet Clinic, our hospitalised patients – your best friends & family members – will never have to be alone after our day clinic closes. We now offer 24-Hour Monitoring with a Vet Technician or Nurse watching over our patients throughout the dark hours. Mount Pleasant Central Vet Clinic is located at 232 Whitley Road. Our After Hours Emergency Clinic is situated at the same location with a vet on duty to accept new emergencies.