Dr Natasha Taylor took over the Civic Centre Veterinary Surgery in March of 2010. Prior to this she has worked extensively with wildlife and other small animals since 1993. She is a single mum of two children who loves a challenge. Natasha prides herself on exploring all the treatment options with you and ensures you and your loved ones needs are met. Dogs, cats, birds and even snakes, Natasha is happy to look at any animal that can fit through our little door.
Dr Seiler graduated from the University of Queensland in 1989 and completed her International Veterinary Acupuncture Society Certification in 1992. Since graduating she has worked in Brisbane, Logan and the Gold Coast with small animals and exotic pets and spent four years in a mixed practice. Since starting her family, Dr Seiler has been working part-time and joined the Civic Centre Veterinary Surgery in 2011.
Dr Seiler enjoys all aspects of small animal practice with a particular love of acupuncture and preventative medicine. Keeping pets healthy is her goal and she loves working in a small family practice allowing her to get to know her patients and their families.
She has three daughters in their teenage years who keep her busy when she is not at work. She loves camping with her family and 4WDriving in their buggy. She has 3 birds and one very naughty Australian Terrier called Ollie.
Stacey is completing her certificate IV in veterinary nursing. An enthusiastic and passionate person who loves animals and loves being a veterinary nurse. Although she is still studying she is a quick learner and is extremely competent at helping you with any query.
She has two children her cat Budda and her dog Cornelius Fudge who she dotes on.
Jacinta spends her work life cleaning up the mess of the pets as well as the Vets and running around helping the nurses care for our patients and boarders.
At home Jacinta nurses two fiesty geriatric cats, and helps her mum with her tailess labrador.
On maternity leave. Deliveried a baby girl in September
Toni has been working in the animal industry for many years and has a great passion for the wellbeing of our furry friends. She hopes to learn much more both through study and in the workplace. She has a Tibetan Spaniel named Marley who is 12 years old, a Persian Cross named Indiana who is 16, and a DSH named Binx who is the baby of the family at 7 years old.
On maternity leave. Recently deliveried twin boys.