has been a nurse at Hammett Street Vets since 2012 and is a familiar face for
many of our long-term clients with whom she has developed a strong rapport over
the years. Before that, Lisa worked at the RSPCA for three years as an animal
attendant. Lisa has also done volunteer work in Africa, in an animal refuge,
caring for cheetahs, meerkats, foxes, donkeys, birds and other African
wildlife. Lisa has always had a strong passion for animal welfare since working
at the RSPCA and this is seen in the careful attention she gives to the
patients in her care. At work she mostly enjoys assisting in surgery and the
nursing of our hospitalised patients.
home Lisa has a cat named Pepper who is a Maine Coon cross and a Boxer cross
named Willow, both are rescues from the RSPCA. She also has a Bull Arab cross
named Ace who was surrendered to the clinic (all pictured).
finds great pleasure and relaxation in the great outdoors and loves to go
camping with her husband and friends in some of the beautiful local forests and
national parks or going swimming in a crystal-clear creek.