Our Vet Nurses

reception@humanimals.co.nz
44 Rankeilor Street, South Dunedin, Dunedin 9012, New Zealand

Monday - Tuesday: 8am-5pm
Wednesday: 8am - 6pm
Thursday- Friday:
8am-7pm
Saturday: 9am - 4pm (Pickups, urgent and emergency cases only)
Sunday: Closed
(03) 456 2345, 24/7 for emergencies

Lisa Boddy

DVN

Veterinary Nurse

Lisa has completed her Certificate in Veterinary Nursing through Otago Polytechnic in 2012; she was such a great student when on placement we decided to keep her! She is a very compassionate nurse who has a special interest and pride in providing the best possible care to her hospitalised patients. Lisa likes to spend her free time with her Beagle X at the beach. Lisa completed her Diploma of Veterinary Nursing in 2015.

Krystal Marshall

DVN

Veterinary Nurse

Krystal was born in Dunedin and moved up north in 2014 where she completed her Diploma in Veterinary Nursing in 2017 through UCOL in Palmerston North. She has returned home with her husband and two dogs and is jumping right into her veterinary nursing career with us and says she is very excited to be here. In her spare time Krystal likes to spend time at the beach or with her family making the most of the hopefully sunny outdoors!

Fran Taylor

DVN

Veterinary Nurse

Fran qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in the UK in 2017 and went onto gain Bachelor of Honours Degree in Veterinary Nursing in 2018. Fran left the UK to travel NZ, but enjoyed it so much decided to stay and worked in a clinic in Queenstown and now here in Dunedin. Fran particularly enjoys nursing the hospitalised patients keeping them comfortable during their stay. Outside of work Fran likes hiking, biking and playing netball.

Alya Zamri

DVN

Veterinary Nurse

Alya recently graduated from Otago Polytechnic, completing my Diploma in Veterinary Nursing and worked at Humanimals as an intern before being taken on as a full-time veterinary nurse. “Humanimals is a great place to kick-start my career. Being a Vet Nurse wasn’t the first thing that came to mind during choosing what to do after high school. After applying for the course on a whim, I am absolutely in love with what I do and am immensely grateful and proud that I decided to go on this path. I still have lots to learn, but I am particularly interested in anaesthetics and preventative veterinary medicine!”

Jasmin Johnston

DVN

Veterinary Nurse

Jasmin was born in England but moved to Dunedin when she was 7 months old. She completed her Bachelor of Veterinary Technology at Massey University in Palmerston North, graduating in 2016. She then worked as a vet nurse in Auckland until moving back to Dunedin in 2020. Outside of work Jasmin enjoys hanging out with her family and friends.

Matthew Foxglove

DVN

Veterinary Nurse

Matthew completed his Diploma in Veterinary Nursing at The Universal college of learning in Palmerston North in 2013. After being away from Dunedin for longer than a decade, he has returned to his home-town to study psychology at Otago University and continue his vet nursing career. Matthew has a particular interest in surgical nursing, anaesthetic monitoring and radiography. In his spare time he spends it with his two cats, Desher and Flynn, and tries to keep his Husky, Juneau, out of trouble.

Casey

Veterinary Nurse

Casey recently completed her Diploma in Veterinary Nursing in 2021. Casey is enjoying all aspects of Veterinary Nursing but has a special interest in anaesthesia and rehabilitation. In her spare time she enjoys watching and playing online games, reading and watching horror movies with her two senior cats Garfield and Beezlebub.

Humanimals

(03) 456 2345
44 Rankeilor Street, South Dunedin, Dunedin 9012, New Zealand
reception@humanimals.co.nz

Monday - Tuesday: 8am-5pm
Wednesday: 8am - 6pm
Thursday- Friday:
8am-7pm
Saturday: 9am - 4pm (Pickups, urgent and emergency cases only)
Sunday: Closed
(03) 456 2345, 24/7 for emergencies

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