- Ample street parking available.
- Comfortable reception area.
- Wheel chair accessible.
- Cat friendly reception area and consultation rooms.
- Modern surgical suite.
- Complimentary treats.
- Wide selection of toys.
Dr. Catherine Harper
Catherine has a degree in Biology from the University of Louisville in USA and completed her veterinary training at Murdoch University in Perth. She graduated in 2013 and has worked in the Barossa since then, initially working for Dr Peter Jones and since July 2016 as the business owner of Barossa Veterinary Service.
Her special interests include small animal medicine and farm animal welfare and production. She is passionate about improving the management practices to maximise welfare and production for the farmer through education and awareness of the latest research.
Her hobbies include spending time with her daughter Isabelle, walking and training her crazy dogs, gardening and enjoying a good movie.
She has two dogs, Olly and working dog bitzer, Jax the German Shepherd and a cat named CC who she adopted from the clinic.
Dr. Georgia Clement
Georgia graduated from Murdoch University, WA and joined Barossa Veterinary Service in 2018.
Growing up on a cattle farm in the coastal town of Denmark, W.A is where Georgia’s passion for farm animals arose. Being surrounded by a menagerie of animals her whole life and wanting to make a difference is what drove Georgia to becoming a vet. Her special interests lie in production animal and equine medicine.
In her time off she enjoys horse riding, camping, fishing and exploring what the area has to offer.
Georgia lives with 2 dogs – Lissa and Bandit and a horse called Angus
Dr. Carly Whittaker
Carly graduated a Bachelor of Animal Science at University of Adelaide then studied Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Melbourne, graduating in 2017.
Carly previously worked at an equine and small animal practice in Victoria for before joining us and has plenty of equine and small animal experience. Her special interests lie in small animal ultrasonography, small animal surgery and oncology.
When not working she enjoys horse riding, drinking wine and walking her dogs. She also loves pole dancing, initially for fitness but has recently won a couple of pole dancing competitions too!
Pets include 2 rescue dogs – Tina the Kelpie and Cleo a staffy x whippet.
Dr. Grace Chapman
- Grace works with us part time and has a special interest in small animal medicine
- When Grace isn’t working she is busy building a property in Kapunda. Grace enjoys participating and watching sport, fishing and exploring the outdoors.
- Grace lives with Alfie the Koolie.
Special interests and expertise in this field: background working with dogs
Hobbies include cooking, visiting wineries with friends and gardening
Helen lives with Barkley the westie cross and Nina the cat
Senior Vet Nurse
Anita is our pocket pet enthusiast owning a menagerie of mini lop rabbits and crested guinea pigs. She also enjoys surgery nursing, pathology and diagnostics.
Anita’s hobbies are showing and breeding her pocket pets, walking with her dog and spending time with her family.
Anita lives with her cat Rascal and Tex the Cavoodle.
Lyn loves exploring on bike, foot and car with her family and her mischievous little wire-haired Jack Russell called Skipper.
Linda is a qualified Reiki Practitioner, who enjoys this field so much she is now studying Spinal Flow Therapy to further enhance her knowledge.
Linda is from Victoria and recently relocated to South Australia with her family. Linda’s passions are Natural Horsemanship, a holistic approach to health and providing one on one styling sessions.
Her hobbies are walking her dog, horse riding, reading and enjoying time with family.
At home there are Ava the Husky x German Shepherd, Koda the Clydesdale x gelding and Bruce a 17 year old retired race horse.
Chloe’s medical interests are imaging and surgery and receives great satisfaction when patients return to their families happy and healthy
Chloe is an outstanding event rider on horses Oscar and Koda, plus she resides with two cats Gertrude and Elsie and two dogs Mallee the Golden Retriever and Carby the Labrador.
Brigita enjoys all aspects of equine nursing and production animal health.
Brigita’s spare time is spent with her horses, competing in a variety of disciplines including eventing, dressage and showing and loves her rural lifestyle.
Her pets include a whippet named Steve, two cats Jeffery and Ruffles and too many horses to name individually.
Julie’s expertise is in Paediatric Anaesthesia and her passion is dentistry. She originally graduated in 2009 and updated her veterinary skills in 2017.
Julie was previously employed at the AWL and now owns 2 rescue cats – Emily and Billy.
When not working, Julie enjoys running, kickboxing and gardening. She also loves spending time with her 3 beautiful children.
Canine Myofunctional Therapist (NCTM), Veterinary Nurse, Bachelor of Science (Zoology & Biochemistry) at James Cook University FNQ
Jackie is our canine massage and rehabilitation therapist. Specialising in the management and support of post surgery, injury, arthritis and orthopaedic abnormalities. Jackie provides supportive therapies for complete holistic pet health care and management.
Jackie’s hobbies include gardening calling herself an accidental gardener, spending time with friends and family over a meal and a good bottle of wine, kayaking and escaping to her property in Keyneton where she is completely off the grid so has time to plant trees, walk and enjoy the natural environment. Jackie would love to have a zoo but would need a bit more space.
Jackie lives with 3 dogs Charlie a Maremma x Rottweiler, Jack a Red Heeler and Millie a Blue Heeler x Heinz 57, 2 cats Lilly and Ellie, a 21yr old Green Tree Frog that looks like Jabba the Hut, 6 chickens with names such as Doris, Ginger and Maryanne and a rooster called Cookie.
Olivia has a special interest in surgery and just loves helping animals in their recovery.
When not working, Olivia enjoys walking her 2 dogs Henry and George. She also breeds guinea pigs and likes spending time outdoors with her family.
At home, Olivia lives in a crowded house with dogs George and Henry, 4 guinea pigs – Alpacino, Hazel, Harley Quinn and Peanut, Joey the Pineapple Conure, 2 budgies, Myrtle the turtle, Frankie the silkie rooster, Blackie chan the chicken and Russell the red fighting fish.
Certificate 2 and 3 in animal Studies and microchipping at Tafe SA. Alex is currently studying towards my cert 4 in veterinary nursing.
Alex loves anything surgery related, the more gruesome the better!
At home there is a crazy border collie named Riley who is the love of her life and always makes her smile.
When not working, Alex is a professional automotive photographer, she has been behind a camera on the side of a race track for over 6 years now. At home Alex and her partner spend time working on his racing car together.
Certificate 4 veterinary nursing AIRC + AVNAT registered
Charlotte works part time with us as she also works as an Emergency Veterinary nurse so is calm in a crisis.Charlotte is a great rescuer of animals in need, she is particularly interested in possums, horses and raising neonatal critters.At home Charlotte has over 30 pets including dogs, cats, horses, rabbits, birds, chickens and ferrets.When at home Charlotte likes riding and spending time with horses Astra and Barney and as much time possible with my dogs especially my main man Hunter, a German Shepard.
Junior Vet Nurse
Ebony is studying Certificate II animal studies at TAFE and will then commence a Certificate IV in veterinary nursing.
Special interests consist of horses and farm animals, also included are birds and reptiles. Ebony’s future hopes are to eventually study Native African animals and spend some time working in Africa.
When not working Ebony enjoys spending time with her family and their animals, riding and training horses, art and a bit of piano.
Pets at home consist of a rabbit, guinea pig, goat, pig, horses, ducks, geese, dogs, cats, a turkey, guinea fowl and chickens. I also rescue native wildlife, when they are in need of a home, including birds such as magpies and galahs as well as kangaroos and wombats.
Clinic cat Smash is front-of-house concierge at our Nuriootpa clinic.
Caring for Animals
Barossa Veterinary Service is dedicated to providing the best possible health outcomes for your pet. We will provide advice and care that aligns with best practice.
Caring for People
We recognise the positive impact pets have on the lives of their owners and endeavour to improve the relationship between owners and their pets.
Caring for the Environment
People and pets have a large impact on the local and global environment. We seek to educate owners on environmentally responsible pet ownership.