Dr Dave Mundy
Dave graduated from Murdoch University in 1992. He started work as a dairy cattle vet in Victoria, before working in mixed practice in the UK, Dunsborough and Northam. For the last 15 years he has focussed on small animals – primarily cats and dogs.
Dave is married with 3 children – 18, 12 & 10 years of age that keep him well and truly occupied after work. The hairier members of his family include Theo a 9 year old Greyhound, Toby and 7 year old Tenterfield Terrier, Pecos a three legged rescue cat and Cosmo a beautiful (and he knows it) Russian blue cross.
Dr Lucy Gibson
Lucy has worked in small animal general practice since graduating from Cambridge university (UK) in 1999. She enjoys all aspects of general practice and the variety it brings on a daily basis.
Lucy and her partner are owned by a 9yr old stripey cat ‘Paris’, a stray found in Hilton with a broken leg. They have a close relationship with ‘Sally’ a border collie who for many years lived next door.
Lucy dedicates her spare time to practicing yoga and is hoping to become a certified yoga teacher.
Dr Mark Secombe
Mark graduated from Melbourne university when Dermott Brereton was terrorising the football fields of Melbourne.
Following stints in country Victoria, England and New Zealand, he followed his veterinarian wife home to her Perth roots and opened Success Veterinary Hospital. Aside from personal interests in small animal surgery and ultrasonography he is kept busy as a father of three.
Dr Cheree Paisley
Cheree graduated as a veterinarian from Murdoch University in 2014 after having worked as a veterinary nurse, teacher and a medical receptionist. Since graduating, Cheree has focused her career in small animal practice and she is passionate about providing high quality care to dogs, cats and other tiny creatures.
Cheree is married and has a 3.5 year old daughter and a 14 year old Miniature Pinscher named Milo. She has had lovebirds, budgies, cats and a horse as part of her menagerie. In her spare time she likes to bake, sew and nap.