At MyVet Springfield Lakes, we aim to provide a comprehensive, professional and compassionate veterinary service. We recognise the significance of your pets and the place they hold in your family. Our animal health care team will offer education, advice and care to ensure your pet has the longest, happiest and healthiest life possible. To learn more about us, we welcome you to book a hospital tour or bring your pet to meet our team at anytime.
Dr Bridgid's love for all creatures great and small began from her upbringing on a farm in rural Queensland. She graduated from the University of Queensland in 2015 and is excited to have joined the My Vet team in 2020. Having also been a Teacher, her passions include sharing her education and experiences with pet owners on the best proactive and preventative ways of promoting optimal health and longevity in our beloved pets so that they can enjoy longer, happier lives with us all.
When not at the clinic, Bridgid and her family, including her husband, Tim, mini dachshund, Paddy, border collie, Penny and rescue cat, Purrcy, do most things all together, including camping and adventuring, kayaking, cycling and all regard themselves as massive foodies.
- MANZCVS (Surgery)
Being born and raised in South Africa, Dion had the kind of introduction into a career in the care of animals that Australian trained vets only get to dream about. As a school leaver, Dion studied Nature Conservation, and worked for 3 years for the Natal Parks Board as a ranger, working amongst the amazing wildlife of Africa on land and at sea. Dion’s exciting experiences include getting up close and personal with Great White Sharks and Seals off the South African Coast, whilst participating in the tagging and monitoring of these magnificent creatures.
Dion completed his Veterinary degree and went on to work in large and small animal practices in South Africa, the UK, and NZ before settling on the Sunshine Coast with his young family. Their home is a menagerie of creatures, with birds and dogs, and a blue tongue lizard, which Dion and his daughters reared after rescuing it from a roadside as an injured baby. Dion is an avid water sportsman; he has solo swum the English Channel and is now a keen kite boarder.
Dion is passionate about surgery, and in 2011, after rigorous written and oral examinations, he gained his Membership to the Australian College of Veterinary Surgeons, in Small Animal Surgery.
Growing up in Ipswich, Megan dreamt from the age of 6 that she wanted to become a Vet. Megan always had a passion for small animals which stemmed from her family’s menagerie of animals and continued to grow by fostering and assisting with local rescue groups. After pursuing her dream Megan graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Veterinary science, honours in 2018, before joining our team in 2019.
Outside of work Megan is ‘fur-mum’ to a beautiful, bouncy Weimaraner, Saxon and German shorthaired pointer, Willow. During her spare time, she enjoys going on adventures with Saxon & Willow, travelling and playing Inline Hockey. She has a particular passion for surgery and is excited to meet all the lovely clients, pooches and felines of Springfield lakes and surrounding areas.
Ann is a New Zealander and patriotic ‘Silver Fern’. She commenced her nursing career in 2004 in Wellington and immigrated to Australia in 2007. Ann has completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in 2014. Ann is married to fellow ‘Kiwi’ Lance and together has a teenage daughter named Casey. Her English Cocker Spaniel, Khan is a personable little fellow who battles each summer with skin allergies. The furry felines of the house are not without their troubles either. Leonidas the Birman and Suu-kyi the Burmese are particularly fond of ingesting any clothing they can get their little paws on.
Ashlee commenced her career in 2015 and she has loved every second of it. Since starting at MyVet, Ashlee has been pursuing her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and is growing with the clinic.
At home, Ashlee has an 8 year-old rescue Kelpie, Bundy; a 5 year-old German shepherd, Bella; and a 1 year-old domestic short hair named Max. In Ashlee’s spare time she likes to skydive and motorbike ride.
Kiara completed her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing back in 2016 and has enjoyed the past 5 years working as a veterinary nurse. She has a keen interest in animal behaviour, particularly dogs and cats.
When Kiara isn't at work, she's kept busy with her fur family that consists of Rambo (a golden retriever x), Bindi (a staffy x), Pepper (a kelpie x), Tigger, Peaches and Zazu (her three rescue cats) and Gidget and Gizmo (her cockatiels).