Dr Martin Reid has run this clinic since 1985; originally graduating Massey with Distinction in 1983, Martin developed a keen interest in the medicine and surgery of cats and dogs. He had already developed a desire for animal health and welfare whilst completing an Honours Degree in Animal Physiology and Biochemistry at Canterbury University prior to attending vet school at Massey.
Continuing education is always a must in this profession and since those early days, Martin has also attained a membership of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists; this membership can only be gained by examination and is open to veterinary surgeons determined to lift their standards of professional practice.
In 2003 Martin attended the Slocum course of orthopedics in the USA to train for TPLO surgeries for which this clinic is now known.
Martin has 2 Burmese cats and a Hunterway dog.
Originally from Christchurch, Anna left university with a BA and a strong equine background to come to Auckland.
She joined the practice over 12 years ago and has been running the show ever since.
As chief surgical and dental nurse she runs the hospital looking after our intensive-care and post-surgical patients. Out of the surgery Anna enjoys running and motorcycling.
Stacey hails from the South Island, but has been living in Auckland for the past eight years.
She has always had a love of animals and enjoys getting to know both our clients and their pets. Stacey owns a boisterous pug appropriately named “Pugsley” (after the Addams Family character) and also shares a flat with 3 cats.
Outside of work Stacey can be found out on adventures with Pugsley, at the beach in Summer or checking out the latest in the gaming world.
Berdina joined our nursing team in July 2019. With a natural passion for animals she enjoys being in the hospital and overseeing post operative care, ensuring that all animals make a fast and healthy recovery.
After her nursing course, Berdina is enjoying expanding her knowledge in medicine, anatomy and the physiology of animals.
When not at work Berdina enjoys being a mum to her young daughter, long walks with her 2 dogs and keeping fit at the gym. She looks forward to meeting you and getting to look after your pet as if it were her own.
Melanie is one of the originals here and is our specialist Saturday nurse. Melanie, whilst completing her veterinary nursing course, joined us full time and became the principal receptionist.
Melanie now works as a technician at our local animal diagnostic laboratory. In her spare time Melanie is also secretary of the Sheltie Dog Club.