Providing personal care for your pets well being.
At the Pymble Vet clinic, our aim is to provide the highest quality care to your pet through every stage of its life. We are located within Philip Mall in the heart of West Pymble, making it easy to pop in and see us.
What we love to do
Our aim is to provide the highest quality care to your pet through every stage of its life.
Things we do
All Services Offered
Orthopaedics and Advanced surgical procedures
Complete Companion Animal Care
Pathology Services on site
Echocardiology and electrocardiography
Dietary and Nutritional Counselling
Examinations, Vaccinations, Surgery and Medicine
Exotic Pet and Bird Medicine
Medical Diagnostics and Hospitalised Treatment
Pet Food and Supplies
Puppy Socialisation Classes
Kitten rescue services and re-homing
Wellness and Preventative Medicine
Oncology including chemotherapy
Our classes are fun and relaxed
Dogwise Master Dog Behavioural Trainer Specialist
Email: [email protected]
We have 6 beautiful purpose built and architect designed cat condos with private litter area, bedroom and even a
Feel free to come and see our facilities.
For Dog Boarding we recommend the Hanrob Pet Hotels. Where you can arrange Free Pick up and Drop off from our clinic.
We recommend pet insurance to give you peace of mind when your pet is ill. Please don’t wait until your pet has been diagnosed with a problem. Once a condition is pre-existing it is too late to get any benefit for this disorder from your pet insurance. One of the conditions most commonly claimed for is skin allergies and tick paralysis.
Although we do not recommend one particular pet insurance company we are able to sign-up any cat or dog from 8 weeks of age to 12 months of age for 4weeks FREE COVER whilst you do your research and decide which insurance company is best for you.
Ask our staff to sign up your pet now!
There is no payment required and no obligation to continue with
The Pymble Vet
Dr Martine Perkins
BVSc (Syd.Hons) MANZCVS MRCVS
Areas of Interest: Small Animal Medicine, Ultrasound, Chemotherapy, Cardiology
Martine has 22 years of experience as a veterinarian.
She has worked in private practice both in Sydney and the UK. After working in general practice for a couple of years Martine went on to complete a fellowship training program in canine and feline medicine at Sydney University and has published several journal articles in her areas of interest. She was a Senior Medical Registrar at Sydney University Specialist Centre for 7yrs and has seen a wide variety of cases during her time there. In 2012 she decided to head back into general practice and set up the Pymble Vet Clinic. She has a special interest in ultrasound and chemotherapy.
Her free time is spent with her husband and two boys along with her rescue cat “Hugo” and 2 dogs: “Skippy”and “Duke”. Martine loves to run, ski and be outdoors.
Dr Raoul Denny
Areas of Interest: Small Animal Medicine & Surgery
Raoul graduated from The University of Sydney in 1989 and worked in mixed rural practice before working in the United Kingdom for 2 years in small animal practice.
Raoul has owned and run North Randwick Vet Hospital since 1998 before establishing Pymble Vet Clinic in 2012 with Martine. He is still actively involved in Randwick but works Thursdays and some Saturdays in Pymble. He is very passionate about all things veterinary and particularly enjoys surgery.
He has been a local resident of the West Pymble area since 2001 and loves being part of such a great community. All of his children have attended OLPS locally before heading off to high school and played local sport for the area. His wife Jane also teaches primary school at OLPS which she loves. The clinic has been very supportive of local clubs through sponsorship.
Raoul and Jane have three children: William, Charlotte and Juliette.
They own two hairy little Cairn Terriers named Dougal and Ruby. Raoul’s other interests include rugby & golf.
Dr David Ward
BScAgr, Bsc, MScVs, BVMS
Areas of Interest: Wildlife and exotics, Acupuncture, Chinese herbal therapy, Soft tissue surgery, Small Animal Medicine, Dermatology.
David graduated from University of Sydney in 1990 with a Bachelor of Agricultural Science degree before working for a year as an agronomist/ livestock adviser in Tamworth, NSW. He returned to Sydney University for 2 years as a research officer and completed a Masters degree in Veterinary Science.
Since graduation, David has worked in a variety of veterinary practices; an Avian practice, as a zoo vet at Western Plains Zoo, and in horse and cattle practice in Hunter Valley as well as small animal practice in Newcastle, his home town. He moved to Sydney in 2005 and has worked in North Shore and Northern Beaches over the past decade. David has sat his membership exams for the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in small animal surgery and completed a post-graduate course in small animal internal medicine at the University of Sydney. He is an AQIS-accredited veterinarian.
David has a passion for wildlife and is particularly interested in the “unusual” exotics and birds. He also is keen on adding complimentary medicine (acupuncture, Chinese herbal therapy) to the conventional veterinary medicine protocols and applying an integrative approach to solving small animal medicine issues. He is currently completing his Graduate Diploma in Veterinary Acupuncture. David enjoys both soft tissue surgery and small animal medicine, particularly dermatology. He enjoys learning about his clients as much as helping them with their animals’ problems.
David is married to Kristie and has 3 children, McKenzie, Tara, and Joshua. The family dog, Isa, is a playful, cute, and “very small” miniature dachshund. David enjoys most sports, and has played touch football and hockey for many years. He loves the beach and occasionally enters triathlons or adventure races.
Dr Beatriz Ogilvie
BVSc, PGDip, MSi
Areas of Interest: Small Animal Medicine, Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine
Beatriz arrived in Australia in 2008 to study a master degree at the university of Sydney, which she graduated with high performance. After finishing her masters, she has passed the National Veterinary Examination to be able to practice in Australia. Since then she has mostly worked with emergency, enduring night shifts and working closely with medicine specialists.
Coming from a tropical country, where majority of consultation are skin related she has gained a good exposure and knowledge in skin disease.
Beatriz’s interests include all topics of small animal medicine and emergency medicine and hopes to gain further qualifications in Internal Medicine. In her free time, Beatriz enjoys training for triathlons and can be often seen cycling and running around the northern beaches. She also likes spending time with her husband, twin babies and her furry kids, including 2 rescued dogs and 1 cat.