Pets given 'gold standard'

NEW FACE: Dr Caitlin Dore, left, is a local to the Logan area and has joined the VetLove team while Dr Yuki is on maternity leave. She is pictured here with practice manager Lynette Hollis.
NEW FACE: Dr Caitlin Dore, left, is a local to the Logan area and has joined the VetLove team while Dr Yuki is on maternity leave. She is pictured here with practice manager Lynette Hollis.

I have a passion for educating clients to improve or maintain the health of their fur babies

VetLove co-owner and practice manager Lynette Hollis

Offering a gold standard in veterinary care is the aim of the owners and staff at VetLove.

The clinic opened its doors in April, 2017.

"I have a passion for educating clients to improve or maintain the health of their fur babies," co-owner and practice manager Lynette Hollis said.

Lynette owns the practice with Geoff Willson and Yuki Mak.

VetLove offers a range of services for your pets, including vaccinations, dentistry, wellness exams, desexing, microchipping, radiology and ultrasound, nutrition, laboratory, surgery, behaviour and house calls.

"We have five permanent staff and we also provide education and practical experience for enrolled veterinary nurse and vet students," Lynette said.

"We treat all patients like they were our own and their welfare is our No. 1 priority."

The team at VetLove strive to provide the best in personalised customer service, going "above and beyond" to ensure clients and their pets are comfortable.

"We build a trusting and nurturing relationship with our clients to ensure ongoing loyalty," Lynette said.

VetLove is involved in the local community, supporting the McGrath Foundation, with Geoff having trekked across Antarctica to raise funds for the foundation.

"Also, we recently raised more than $6000 through our nail clipping service and donated it to the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary to aide in the treatment of wildlife affected by the bushfires and drought," Lynette said.

Caitlin Dore is a local to the Logan area and has joined the VetLove Jimboomba team while Dr Yuki is on maternity leave.

"Dr Dore has come to us from working in emergency veterinary care," Lynette said.

"She has a nurturing and caring approach to her patients, making sure each and every patient she sees, feels at ease and comfortable in our clinical environment.

"Her interests are in preventative health, the animals' role in public health, surgery and pain management in animals."

In light of the current environment, the team at VetLove has reviewed and updated their policies to ensure animal welfare is not compromised while considering the health of clients.

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