Everyone at Kings Meadows Veterinary Clinic strives to provide the best veterinary advice possible. We thrive on keeping ourselves current, re-educated, and inspired. What is important to us is the overall good health that your animal deserves to enjoy.
We have three veterinarians on staff, each working part time, but together providing a full time service.
Dr. Deidre Pyecroft has been in veterinary practice for more than 30 years, part of that time in Qld and part here in Tas. She loves looking after your pets. She bought the practice from Dr. Peter McKean in 2010. She has 4 children, 3 of whom have worked at the practice so far, a Whippet, Lily, who is often at work too, and a cat ( that much prefers not to come near the place!!).
Dr. Angela Offord has been a vet for around 25 years. She has a daughter, Alice, and Whippets! She also works as Executive Officer for the Tas Division of the Australian Veterinary Association . She loves treating the really small animals like rabbits and rats, as well as cats and dogs.
Dr. Michelle Trevan joined the practice in 2015. She is another Qld graduate, and she worked up there for about 5 years, but she has been living in Tassie now for about 3 years. She and her husband have a daughter, Ava, and a new baby boy, Riley, and two dogs. She brings great enthusiasm and new ideas to the practice. She is on maternity leave for part of 2016-17.
Dr. Peter McKean, former practice owner, was at the Kings Meadows clinic for more than 30 years. Sadly, in late 2016 he passed away, after retiring from practice in late 2015.
We have a number of veterinary nurses on staff - Kaylene Challis, who has been with the practice for many years, Shellee Kerr, Anna Keeling and other part time staff Haylee Challis and Charlie Pyecroft.
Together we all aim to provide a great service to our clients and their pets.