Our friendly reception staff will welcome you and your pet as family, and give the right advice, whether it is to make an appointment with a veterinarian or veterinary nurse, purchase medication or to simply to get advice about your pet’s health.
Services include vaccination, dental care, tick and worm control, health and weight management, sick animal diagnostics, treatment and care, de-sexing, complex orthopedic and soft tissue surgery,
We collaborate with and support Paris Dog Grooming, in the building beside the clinic.
1 Tolga Road, Atherton, QLD 4883
Phone: 07 4095 7400
Fax: 07 4091 2740
Monday – Friday: 8.00am – 5.00pm
Saturday: 8.30am – 1pm
Meet our staff
Dr Kay Eccleshare
Dr Yolanda Angel
Dr Graham Brown
Dr Wade Smorfitt
Wade comes from, and is happy to return to North Queensland, growing up in Cairns and Townsville, going to school in Cairns. He took a gap year following grade twelve, then studied Veterinary Science at
James Cook University, graduating in 2013. He then lived in Britain for two years, working in mixed
veterinary practices in England and travelling in Europe. Wade is passionate about maintaining high
standards of veterinary care and client communication. He enjoys the outdoors, hiking, camping and
Practice Manager, Veterinary Nurse
Meg grew up on the Sunshine Coast Queensland and attended Siena Catholic College. She then worked on a warm-blood horse stud, before working as a veterinary nurse at the Noosa District Animal Hospital, where she worked for 12 years, and was instrumental in opening the Maroochydore Veterinary Hospital. Meg moved to the Tablelands in January 2017 and manages the Atherton Small Animal Hospital, as well as oversees the social media aspect of marketing. Meg loves working with all animals, and is passionate about horse riding and her golden retriever Oliver Brown.
Veterinary Nurse, Receptionist
Lana grew up on a sheep and cattle property in the Barossa Valley, South Australia. When she left school, she worked on the family farm, before coming to the Atherton Tablelands in 2,000. She then worked in a plant nursery in Atherton and began working for TVS in 2004, as veterinary nurse and receptionist. Lana enjoys family time, motor bikes, hunting, fishing and camping, and her bubbly personality makes her popular with clients and keeps all the staff happy and laughing.