Harmeet graduated from Massey University in 2000. Since his graduation, he has worked in small animal practices in South and East Auckland including Franklin Vets, Pet Doctors and Auckland Veterinary Centre. Harmeet has worked closely with Blind Foundation in providing veterinary care for the working and breeding Guide Dogs from 2001 to 2017.
To further his knowledge, he has completed a post-graduate surgery course from the University of Sydney. Also, he did post-graduate veterinary science papers from Massey University and achieved a Post Graduate Certificate. He has developed proficiency in a wide range of surgical and medical skills.
Harmeet is passionate for preventative and wellness care of pets. In his spare time, he loves watching sports of all sorts, walking if not running, visiting new places, and spending time relaxing with family and friends.
Practice Manager and Senior Receptionist
Gaylene has had the privilege of working in the veterinary clinics in South Auckland, for over twenty years. She has worked for, with and alongside a group of like-minded dedicated veterinarians, nurses and support staff over that time.
Over the last ten years, she has been overseeing the team and day to day running of the small animal practice.
Gaylene is passionate about customer care. She enjoys interacting with people and is always happy to help with any questions, queries or problems you may have. She enjoys the challenge of making things right.
Gaylene lives with her partner John and two sons besides a six-year-old ginger cat called Kitty. She enjoys reading, especially true stories and loves 80's music.
Senior Veterinary Nurse
Hayley has been working in the veterinary industry for ten years since graduating from Wintec. She enjoys behaviour and running puppy preschool classes as well as the day to day task of Veterinary nursing.
Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family including a Jack Russell cross and three cats.
Kritika joined our team in November 2019 while completing her Diploma in Veterinary Nursing. She has a passion for animals, especially for her cat Tony. Kritika is also active in her community as a volunteer ambulance officer for St John, and likes to cook, read and travel in her spare time.