Vet Central Animal Hospital Earlwood Earlwood Vet
(02) 9784 0400
379 Homer Street Earlwood 2206 info@vetcentral.net.au
Vet Central Animal Hospital 379 Homer Street Earlwood NSW 2206  PH: 02 9784 0400 Email Us: info@vetcentral.net.au
Opening Hours Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 7pm Saturday: 9am - 5pm Consultation by appointment preferred: info@ventcentral.net.au
OUR TEAM The Vet Central, Earlwood team is composed of a highly skilled and compassionate group of people dedicated to the health and well-being of your pets. They are: Dr Jay Dulichan My exposure to animals started as a child caring for the neighbourhood pets that needed medical attention. I graduated from the University of Pretoria, South Africa in 1988 and established two Veterinary Hospitals in the suburbs of Johannesburg. In 2001, I immigrated to Australia and was employed by two veterinary hospital groups in the Sydney region. In 2012 I established Vet Central Animal Hospital in Earlwood. With 26 years of experience, I bring a vast amount of experience and knowledge in various fields of veterinary medicine and surgery. My special interest is in all aspects of surgery especially orthopaedics and this has extended into ophthalmic and abdominal surgery. My medical interest are geriatrics including endocrine diseases, arthritis and pain management. My clients especially know me for my   positive experience enrichment consults and advising clients from puppy school to grief management is all important to me as a veterinarian. My family of five have a pet called Jadoo a Shih Tzu cross Maltese. Emily Cunningham I am a senior level vet nurse with over 6 years of experience with a Certificate IV in Vet Nursing. I have been a Sydneysider all my life and my dad was originally from Argentinia.I have a love for all animals as they never disappoint you and are always entertaining. I enjoy my work knowing that I am helping an animal recover from an illness or injury and this drives me further in my profession. My duties at Vet Central are multifold and are of first line of assistance to the vet. My duties include preparing patients for surgery, monitoring anaesthesia, processing radiographs and attending to clients. I have a supportive husband and we have 2 dogs, a female Rottweiler Karma whom is the biggest teddy bear and Gibbs, a rescue male Kelpie x Rottweiler whom loves everyone. I also have 2 cats that were found as strays. Sammy Jo Kosovich I am Sammy, a qualified junior level nurse attending to reception and nursing duties with a certificate IV  in Vet Nursing. I would likely to be the first person you will meet at Vet Central Animal hospital all bubbly and happy. I had the benefit of being raised with animals from a young age, dogs, chicken, cats, goat’s emu etc. I was always taught by my parents to care for all animals, big and small, tall and short. I also love the bush and as a family our holidays are often spent camping, fishing and enjoying wildlife. My nursing career commenced after schooling when I joined TAFE and studied veterinary nursing full time. My passion for animals pushes me to do my best in my position as a vet nurse. I have two dogs Nala, a Bull Arab x Mastiff x Ridgeback and Gypsy, a German shepherd. With my 2 pets and my 4 WD vehicle we are all for the outdoors. Niomie O'Connor   I have recently begun my studies in Veterinary Nursing Certificate IV . I have a Certificate II in Animal studies and have qualifications in Dog handling and restraint through TAFE.   My passion is with exotics primarily guinea pigs and rabbits. I run and operate a small animal rescue in Sydney, in addition to a pet therapy program in nursing homes focusing on providing patients with a better quality of life and guinea pigs with a new home. I work closely with animal rescue groups in NSW. I also love dogs and you may see me at the local parks walking dogs and doing some basic training.   I have two cats Lilly and Gingie and 5 guinea pigs, our most recent addition Molly who loves to visit Dr Jay and the team.                              
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