At Kingsley Vet Hospital we pride ourselves on providing you and your pet with best available care. We do this by ensuring that our hospital and our staff are continuously upgrading our levels of expertise and utilising the latest equipment. We aim to go the extra distance when it comes to looking after you and your pets needs. We have long term veterinary and nursing staff who take pride in knowing you and your pet. 

Below is a short bio of each of our staff members.




Senior Vet Nurse (RVN)

Sue's association at Kingsley Vet started in 1995 and She has been the weekend nurse for the last 15+ years. She holds an Advanced Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and Certificate IV Medical Technicians (Anaesthesia). Sue has been nursing for over 25 years and have a special interest in surgical nursing, small animal anaesthesia and critical care nursing.
Outside of work,She is a stay at home mum of four boys, one husband, 1 horse, 2 dogs, 2 cats, and 2 guinea pigs. Her hobbies include reading books and horse riding.


Senior Vet Nurse (RVN)

Jess has always enjoyed working with animals and started volunteering/working at vets when she was 14. She has been part of Kingsley Vet since 2003.Jess has a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and is a Registered Veterinary Nurse. At home she has a menagerie of animals of just about every species: dogs, cats, rabbits, birds and fish and has kept ferrets, guinea pigs and rats in the past. In her spare time, she likes to spend time with her husband, two sons, two boxers and two cats.


Registered Veterinary Nurse (RVN)

Ashleigh is a veterinary nurse at Kingsley Vet and also does the dog baths on Saturday mornings. She is a passionate horse person and has a great interest and love for all things canine pregnancy and birthing! In her spare time she enjoys doing dog grooming, her girls Valentine and Sapphire being such great models for her! Her pets at home include 2 dogs and fish (She would have a horse in my backyard if she could).!I love the medical side, and I have gained so much knowledge and experience in the many years of being at Kingsley Vet.


Animal Care Taker (Cat)

Priscilla (aka Bad Cat) - The Queen Of The Hospital

She is a cat with an attitude. Priscilla turned up one day in the Kingsley Shopping Centre carpark in 2006, and as we were concerned for her safety wandering around the carpark,  we took her in, and she has been a permanent resident at our hospital ever since. She has a constant battle with her weight and is on a perpetual diet. At almost any time of the day, she can be found curled up in her favourite basket in our office, keeping an eye on things.
Likes - food, bossing people and animals around, sitting on top of paperwork, giving you a "swipe" when it is least expected and going on Christmas Leave with her favourite boys.
Dislikes - diets, dogs and small children


Registered Veterinary Nurse (Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing)



Veterinary Nurse (Studying Certificate IV Veterinary Nursing)


Deborah Powell

Veterinarian and Hospital Director (BVMS)

Debbie graduated in 1985 from Murdoch University Veterinary School with first class Honours and worked at a busy multi-vet practice for 9 years. From then on she has worked part-time concurrently in several small animal practices in Perth while raising 3 children who had multiple sports and hobbies!

She has been part of the Kingsley Vet Practice team for about 15 years, during which time she also tried her hand briefly at teaching at Bentley TAFE and completed a Certificate in Japanese Language. She has a special interest in Client and Patient interaction as well as Soft tissue surgery.

Deb has 2 cats and an active kelpie cross with whom she can be seen pounding the concrete or at the dog beach in the early mornings, when not riding her racing bike.

Dr Hsu Ng

Veterinarian (BVMS)

We would like to welcome Dr Hsu Ng to our veterinary team. Dr Hsu is a 1999 Murdoch graduate and has worked in small animal practice in Melbourne and Perth. She has been a sole practitioner for some years and is now enjoying working as part of our team of vets. She is interested in all aspects of general practice and passionate about helping our clients to look after their beloved pets as well as possible.  In her ‘spare’ time she likes playing the piano, hiking, reading books and paint by numbers. She also has a very spoiled cat at home named Luna in addition to looking after two kids and a husband.

Dr. Vanessa Courts

Veterinarian (BVMS)

Dr Courts has rejoined the Kingsley Vet Team! (More to come)

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