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Tahnee graduated from the University of Queensland in 2013, with a Bachelor of Applied Science majoring in Veterinary Technology. Since graduating, Tahnee has worked in emergency and general practice, and also spent 6 months as a surgical nurse at Veterinary Specialist Services. Her special interests at the clinic include medicine and caring for our feline patients. At home, Tahnee has two kitties of her own, Teddy and Alice (right and left pictured). She also has a blue-tongue lizard named Pepper. Tahnee identifies as a crazy cat lady and loves everything cats! In her spare time she also enjoys drinking coffee, ice-skating and going to the beach. Teddy has even accompanied her to the beach on a couple of occasions as he was trained to walk on a harness at a young age.
Sharn joined us in 2015 as a veterinary nursing student, studying towards her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. She officially became part of our nursing team in 2016 on completion of her studies. Since then, Sharn has become a vital part of our nursing team, particularly with our surgical patients and as one of our Puppy Pre-School teachers. At home, Sharn has quite a few animals, including Tex the dog, two horses (Gypsy Rose and Texas Rose) and two cats (Rodger and Barnaby). Both cats were adopted through our in-clinic Adoption Kitten program. Outside of work Sharn enjoys competitive shooting and endurance horse-riding.
Bec graduated from the University of Queensland in 2015 with a Bachelor of Applied Science majoring in Veterinary Technology, and a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. She has worked in both small animal and large animal practice, as well as exploring reproduction and exotic pets. We welcomed her to Morningside Veterinary Clinic in November 2017. Bec has a special interest in surgery and orthopaedics, and is one of our Puppy Pre-School teachers. Bec’s fur family includes two cats, Tilly and Sully, and a boxer-cross named Coco. Outside of work Bec enjoys wildlife foster care and practicing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Seeba’s love for animals started at a very young age telling her parents she wanted to be a “doggy doctor”, She was able to fulfill this passion by studying and working as a veterinary nurse from the age of 17. Seeba has been nursing since 1995 and started her career as an emergency nurse in a 24 hour vet hospital. Twenty-three years later , Seeba enjoys helping animals in need and giving guidance and support to their owners. During her career she has gained a special interest in surgery and orthopedics. At home, Seeba has a quite few rescued animals including: Wiggy the Boston Terrier, Ginghi a ginger tabby cat who is missing one eye, a conure parrot, a turtle and a sussex chicken. In her spare time loves spending it being a mum, fishing, reading and going running.
Tom has been working at the clinic as a junior kennel-hand since 2012. Recently, Tom has moved into a junior nursing role. Alongside working at the clinic, Tom studied Wildlife Science at the University of Queensland, graduating in 2017. Tom has three cats at home, one of which was adopted from the clinic as part of the Adoption Kitten program. Outside of work, Tom enjoys rock-climbing and volunteers at the UQ Native Wildlife Teaching Program and Research Facility.
Lucy joined Morningside Veterinary Clinic as a junior kennel-hand at the end of 2017. Lucy does hydrobathing on Saturday mornings, and she will always greet you with a big smile at reception! Lucy is currently studying a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and spends Wednesdays at the clinic completing her practical hours. In her spare time, Lucy enjoys spending time with her two cats, Jasper and Luna, and her two dogs, Maggie and Lily.
The Veterinary nurse assistants are school age students who are responsible for assisting nursing staff in basic animal care, handling & hydrobathing.