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O U R  P E O P L E

A dedicated team.

 
 

V E T E R I N A R I A N S

D R  T A N Y A  C A L T A B I A N O

B Veterinary Science/B Veterinary Biology

Growing up on a farm in Orange, NSW, a love of animals began early for our founder, Dr Tanya. Even at the age of five, Dr Tanya knew she wanted to become a vet. 

After studying Veterinary Science at Charles Sturt University, Dr Tanya worked in busy small animal practices in Canberra and Sydney, where she developed a love and skill for small animal general practice. Dr Tanya has also dedicated a large portion of her career working for non-for profit animal organisations and regularly travels to the Northern Territory and overseas to deliver veterinary care to remote communities. 

Dr Tanya is excited to return to Canberra to create The Foreshore Vet - a community-focussed practice supported by a team of highly qualified and dedicated professionals. Dr Tanya lives with her husband Will, Harry the rescue Labrador and Nelly the ex-Guide Dog.

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D R  A M A N D A  N O T T

B Veterinary Science, MANZCVS (Small Animal Surgery)

Dr Amanda has joined the practice having owned local Canberra small animal practices over the past 30 years. She is a permanent fixture in the Canberra community and her established surgical skills are something we are very proud to offer you at The Foreshore Vet.

Dr Amanda employed Tanya as a new grad veterinarian several years ago, imparting her knowledge and skills. Now Dr Amanda has rejoined forces with Tanya in her new venture at The Foreshore Vet.

 

After graduating from Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney, Amanda worked in rural mixed practice domestically but also overseas before returning home to work with small animals.

 

Dr Amanda has a special interest in small animal surgery and has undertaken further study for her membership to the Australia and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists. She is currently pursuing ophthalmology as an area of interest. Additionally, Dr Amanda is passionate about improving the quality of life for brachycephalic (flat faced) breeds.

Dr Amanda lives with her family and provides sanctum to Upton the retired bomb dog, a pony, rabbits and parrots!

V E T E R I N A R Y  N U R S E S

Bronnie met Tanya at the beginning of her career working in a busy Canberra practice, where Tanya also was beginning as a new young vet. They quickly became a junior nurse/vet pair. Together they grew and expanded their respective skillsets, became great friends and now Bronnie looks forward to supporting her friend as she embarks on The Foreshore Vet. She joins the practice as a highly proficient nurse, with a special focus on canine behaviour and training.

 

Bronnie's love lies with puppies, she is adept at dog behaviour training, striving to provide young dogs with all encompassing care and safety as they navigate early life with their new human families. You can find Bronnie heading up puppy school classes at The Foreshore Vet, when she isn't nursing.  

 

Bronnie lives with her partner and son Jude. She owns the especially charismatic Staffy Biggie, who you won't fail to recognise!  

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H A N N A H  C O R R 

Cert IV Veterinary Nursing

Hannah has worked among some of the busiest practices in Sydney, both in general practice and in emergency referral hospitals. Hannah met Tanya working as a vet nurse in Canberra, where she also worked with Amanda and Bronnie. Hannah returns, keen to support Tanya, bringing her 16 years experience to The Foreshore Vet.


Hannah particularly enjoys working with cats and larger dog breeds and has a keen interest in oncology and anaesthesia, making her a dynamic asset to our team.

 

Hannah lives with her husband, daughter Hazel and her entourage of animals; Brigit and Alfie the cats and Quinn the very mixed breed!

Jess has a Bachelor of Animal Veterinary Bioscience from the University of Sydney, recently completing her research on eye disease prevalence in dogs. She has worked in small animal and mixed practice and has been working with wildlife in the 2020 bushfire aftermath. She met Tanya as a nurse at Guide Dogs, and the rest is history.

 

Jess brings a diverse skillset to The Foreshore Vet; an established photographer and writer, she is the creative mind behind our social media platforms and our stunning website. She has her sights set on becoming a veterinarian, but in the meantime you'll find her working with us at the Foreshore Vet. Jess has an interest in dog behaviour and will be working with Bronnie to deliver puppy school classes.

 

Outside of work, Jess lives in the country with horses, chickens, a cat, Ollie the cocker spaniel and Lenny the kelpie.    

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J E N N E A N E   B E V A N 

Cert IV Veterinary Nursing

(AVNAT registration)

Jenneane began her career in Brisbane before choosing to return to full time study and complete her vet nurse training. During the past three years, she has worked in small animal practice both in Brisbane and here in Canberra, where she met Amanda. Now Jenneane joins us at The Foreshore Vet. 


Jenneane has acquired Stress-Free Pets for Veterinary Professionals accreditation and is focussed on continued learning to providing all patients with gold standard care, treating every patient like her own. 

 

Jenneane and her partner ensure their very own Milo the Doberman receives just that: nothing but the best. 

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