Bec has been working in the Veterinary Industry here in Albury/Wodonga since 1999. She has a life-long love of animals and is passionate about animal welfare. She has been a volunteer wildlife carer with WIRES, caring for sick, orphaned and injured wildlife. This is a very intense and demanding role that takes an incredible amount of passion and resilience. We have the utmost respect for all wildlife carers. She has also volunteered with the SPOT program (SPOT = Safe Pets Out There), which helped to teach school children safe habits around pets.
Bec has a special interest in animal behaviour, and has a wealth of knowledge and experience which is incredibly valuable to Murray River Animal Hospital. She has been a Puppy Preschool leader for many years, which has honed her skills. She continues to build on her knowledge, studying for certificate IV in Companion Animal Services with the highly respected Delta Society, and working toward ‘Fear Free Veterinary Certification’. Her skills, experience and passion for intensive care nursing are exceptional, and she always advocates for the lowest level of pain and maximum level of comfort for every patient in her care.
Bec grew up in Albury, and now calls Yackandandah home. With her husband, Scott, they have two daughters Ava & Olive. Their family also includes Fizzy the Jack Russell, Nugget the Shetland pony, Morris the cockatiel as well as two cheeky cats, Strawberry and Miss Wiggles.