Our Veterinary Nurses
Senior Clinical Nurse and Cat Advocate
Haley is our senior clinical nurse and in house cat advocate. Haley started her career in the veterinary industry in 2005 as an equine nurse. She then became qualified in 2009 where she switched over to small animal nursing. She has a special interest in surgery and medical cases.
Haley grew up on a farm in Baldivis taking in any stray and orphaned animals she could find. In her spare time she enjoys bush-walking with her family, horse riding and catching up with friends and family.
She shares her home with a great Great Dane named Optimus and a cranky cat called Jahoolie.
Senior Clinical Nurse
Shanay has been working in the Veterinary Industry since 2011 and became qualified early 2014. She has previously worked at Murdoch Veterinary Emergency department and has a special interest in surgery,emergency cases and wildlife rehabilitation.
Shanay grew up near Albany on a cropping and cattle farm, then moved to Perth at the age of 6. She helped out a lot with her parents stock feeding business and horse agistment centre, where her passion for horses and helping animals grew.
Along with her 3 horses that keep her busy she has two dogs named Tyson and Kaida along with her cat Bliss.
Siobhian joined the foothill team in 2013 and finished her qualifications whilst working at the clinic. She has a particular interest in animal reproduction and Surgery Cases. When not at work, Siobhian is very busy running around after her gorgeous daughter. She also enjoys horse riding and spending time with her gorgeous Miniature Bull Terriers Cheeko and Elly May.
Laura is born and bred in Perth and started her vet nursing career at Foothills in 2016. Laura realised her passion for animals at a very young age. In early 2016, she started her own house and pet sitting business to ensure she received her ‘animal fix’ and for some time, ran our puppy pre-school classes. With a keen interest in canine behaviour, Laura is always looking to expand her knowledge in this field as well as others relating to animals.
In her spare time she enjoys riding her horse Linc, playing netball, bush walking and travelling to new places.
Kelly grew up on a small farm in Oakford surrounded by animals. She started working in the veterinary industry 1997 and qualified in 2002. Kelly has worked in both large and small animal practices.
Kelly has a special interest in animal behaviour including Puppy Preschool and wildlife rehabilitation.
She shares her home with her husband Sonny, sons Casey and Cameron, fur baby ‘Jack’ the Staffy, a small flock of chooks, budgies and some gold fish!
Jamie recently joined the Foothills team and is settling in beautifully. After reaching the role of Senior Vet Nurse in her previous place of work, Jamie decided she wanted to focus on the reception side of nursing and so, will most likely be your first point of contact when visiting the clinic. Jamie graduated as a Veterinary Nurse in 2010 and has loved it ever since. Canine and feline behaviour are the areas she enjoys most. Her own dog Charlie is a rescued Shepherd cross who has anxiety issues so if you ever need help with a ‘nervous Nellie’, Jamie is your girl!
In her spare time, Jamie enjoys relaxing with a paintbrush in hand.
Jae was one of our Vet Nursing work experience students who was too good to let go. We have now made her a member of staff and she has recently qualified as a nurse. Jae enjoys so many aspects of vet nursing, she can’t pick a favourite! In her spare time Jae enjoys playing netball and drinking copious amounts of coffee.
She shares her home with her English Staffy, Tia and her Maltese Shitzu, Elliot.
Carly started her vet nursing traineeship when she was 15 and since then has worked in general practice, specialist referral diagnostic imaging, emergency and also as a head nurse. She loves the diversity of the vet nursing career and that no day is ever the same. She enjoys being able to give patients the love and care she would want for her own pets when they are in hospital. Her special interests are surgical nursing, anaesthesia and patient care. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her husband and fur family, sewing and horse riding. She has two cats, Momo and Jessie cat, two dogs, Theo and girly and two horses, Jimi and Jelly.
Trainee Veterinary Nurse
Charley has recently joined the Foothills family as our newest trainee vet nurse. She is a kind and helpful young lady who we know will make an amazing nurse!
Charley does a great job at keeping the day running by ensuring all the background tasks are complete and we appreciate her so much.
Charley has a dog named Boss who is a patient here at Foothills and she is also in charge of our two resident hens Betty and Big Stevie.
Ally has began studying vet nursing in 2019. Having previously worked with animals in both a kennel, animal shelters, wildlife centre and grooming (both dogs and cats) she has always had a passion to be apart of the animal welfare and veterinary industry. She so far enjoys the surgical side of nursing. Ally has two Italian greyhounds who are her much loved fur babies and when not at work, she loves exploring new places with them.
23 Thomas St, Armadale,
Western Australia 6112
Monday: 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Tuesday: 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Wednesday: 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Thursday: 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am to 3:00 pm
In case of EMERGENCIES outside of these hours, we recommend going to WAVES, 1/640 Beeliar Dr, Success WA 6164 - 9412 5700