Dr Zachary Lederhose

Dr Zach loves being a vet. 

He started his career in the Snowy Mountains, working in Cooma and Jindabyne before moving to Goulburn in 2018. He is passionate about helping owners to have the best relationship with their pet. That all starts with good dental health, preventative medicine, and plenty of enrichment and exercise. 

When your pet gets sick, you are in good hands. Dr Zach makes continuing training his #1 priority. Being up to date through conferences and courses means that our patients at GVC get the benefit of the most up-to-date care. In his spare time, he also hosts webinars which cover all kinds of topics for veterinarians around the world with the team at Vet Education

Louis the weimaraner keeps Dr Zach and his girlfriend Jade busy. A total goofball, he loves to run and to keep his mind active with new tricks and puzzles. 

Qualifications: 
Bachelor of Veterinary Biology
Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Honours)

 

Dr Zach on the best day of his life.

Dr Zach on the best day of his life.

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Danielle Cranston - Cert IV Veterinary Nurse

When you visit Goulburn Vet Clinic, the first thing you’ll see is Danielle’s smiling face!

Danielle started at GVC as a trainee Vet Nurse in 2009 and completed her Cert IV in Vet nursing in 2010. Her favourite part about working with the team at GVC is being able to take on a variety of roles - which means no two days are ever the same. She also loves to play a part in the special bond between people and their pets.

In her downtime Danielle enjoys water sports, reading a good book, and spending time with her family and friends.

Danielle and her Husband Rhys have just acquired their first fur baby - Quill! A very playful and cheeky kitten.

Qualifications:
Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing

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Skye Halls - Cert IV Veterinary Nurse

Skye has been working as a Vet Nurse since 2009. After completing her certificate IV in veterinary nursing in 2012 Skye turned her focus to emergency and critical care nursing, working at Canberra’s Emergency centres helping to treat some of the sickest patients.

After a short break, and welcoming two daughters to her family, Skye has joined the team at Goulburn Vet Clinic. She is excited for new experiences nursing the pets of Goulburn. Skye has a particular interest in exotic pets (reptiles, pocket pets) and shares her home with her husband, children, snakes, lizards, tarantulas, two cats and two dogs.

Qualifications:
Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing

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Keely Huskinson - Trainee Vet nurse

Keely started studying her certificate IV in vet nursing at Goulburn TAFE in February 2018 and has been with Goulburn Vet Clinic Since. Her favourite part of the job is to see new puppies visit the clinic for the first time and to watch them grow into themselves.

Keely lives on a property at Grabben Gullen with her energetic dogs which gives them plenty of room to run around and play - and keeps Keely VERY busy!