Cheltenham Veterinary Clinic offers a full range of veterinary services and products for small animal pets. Our focus is to maintain the health of your pet by prevention of diseases and treatment when required. We aim to nurture the bond between you and your pet and ensure your time together is enjoyable, rewarding and long lasting. We provide veterinary services for the City of Kingston area including; Cheltenham, Mentone, Parkdale, Black Rock, Sandringham, Dingley Village, Highett, Beaumaris, Moorabbin, Aspendale Gardens, Heatherton, Mordialloc, Hampton, Brighton, Bentleigh and their surrounding areas.
Dr David Stasiuk BVSc MRCVS MBA
David grew up in Melbourne surrounded by usual and unusual pets. His compassion and empathy for animals compelled him to complete his Bachelor of Veterinary Science at the University of Melbourne in 1999. David started practising as a mixed animal vet in South-Eastern Victoria caring for all species of animal including horses, cattle, alpaca, and domestic small animals. In 2000 David completed a 12 month post-graduate course in Internal Medicine with the University of Sydney.
As time passed, Davids interest consolidated and he became more focused on small animals, cats and dogs. In 2001 David travelled to the UK and worked with international veterinarians in several well established veterinary hospitals. He was very impressed with their level of care and service and found himself advancing his knowledge in dog, cat, and rabbit medicine and surgery. During this time David became a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.
Since returning to Australia, David has worked with several small animal clinics in Melbourne and completed a post-graduate degree in Master of Business Administration (MBA) with Monash University (graduating in 2006). David spent the last 4 years as a consultant for the largest veterinary hospital in the southern hemisphere, Lort Smith Animal Hospital (North Melbourne). Here the immense workload and variety of cases, from across Victoria, fed his academic knowledge and advanced his technical skills. In February 2010 David joined his friend, Dr David Wilson, and purchased Cheltenham Veterinary Clinic from Drs Chris Roach & Helen Apted.
David is married to Anna and they have 2 adorable girls, Maya and Olivia. They live with four pets including two dogs, Ali and Yoshi, and two Guinea Pigs, Puddles and Patch. David enjoys travelling, reading, and endurance sports.
Dr David Wilson BVSc MRCVS CMAVA
David grew up on a farm in the rural community of Deniliquin, New South Wales. It was here, surrounded by all types of large and small animals, that David’s interest in animals and their well-being began. He had many pets to care for, including dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, budgies, lambs, calves and horses. This led to David following his passion of working with animals by completing a Bachelor of Veterinary Science at The University of Melbourne in 1999.
David initially worked in mixed practice in Trafalgar (Gippsland, Victoria) before travelling overseas to the United Kingdom, where he worked in many practices in England and Northern Ireland. Working alongside veterinarians from all over the world he was able to gain invaluable experience in all types of small animal medicine and surgery. While working overseas David also became a Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.
On his return to Australia David worked in Sandringham and during this time he successfully completed a 12-month post-graduate course in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care. In February 2010 David joined his friend and colleague, David Stasiuk, in becoming the new owners of Cheltenham Veterinary Clinic. In that same year, through David’s dedication to continuing education, he attained the status of Chartered Member of the Australian Veterinary Association (www.ava.com.au).
David lives with his lovely wife, Jo, their childeren, Sophie & Charlie, and beloved whippet, Winnie. He enjoys spending time with his family, cinema, photography, tennis and keeping fit.
Tegan Veterinary Nurse
Renee has been nursing for 12 years. Originally from New Zealand, she came over in 2001 after 2 years of nursing in sunny Hawkes Bay, to work as a nurse in small animal clinics. Renee started working at Cheltenham Veterinry Clinic in March 2012. She thoroughly enjoys her work and you will often see her at the front desk helping with your enquiries and answering your calls on weekends. Outside of work she enjoys catching up with friends and watching New Zealand beat the Aussies in any sport.
Denise has had an immense love of animals all her life and has found working in animal care very rewarding. Denise and Brooke the Chihuahua have been working at Cheltenham Vet Clinic since 2009 and Denise has been vet nursing for three years. Denise recently gained her qualification in Cert IV Vet Nursing. Denise and Brooke live at home with cats Snooky and Pepe Le Pew.