The team at Mont Albert Vet Clinic

Dr Nicole Rous


Nicole graduated from the University of Sydney with Honours in 2008. After a brief stint working in the UK, she returned to small animal practice in Melbourne. Nicole has an interest in reproduction and has gained her Membership with the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Animal Reproduction. She also has an interest in complementary therapies such as massage and is always happy to discuss ways to improve your pet’s general well-being and quality of life. Nicole became a Director of Mont Albert Vet in August 2021.

In addition to her work at Mont Albert, Nicole is also the founder of Shy Tiger -All Natural Animal Health. 

Proudly 100% Australian owned and operated, Shy Tiger developed to create the best natural products for pets using nature’s finest ingredients; to help our family live their best lives.

You can visit Shy Tiger by clicking here

Dr Priyal


Dr Priyal graduated from the University of Nairobi, Kenya in 2018 before moving to Australia a year later. She then worked at an Emergency hospital in Melbourne for about 3 years after which she joined Mont Albert Vet Surgery.

She has an interest in small animal surgery and is looking to specialise in this field in the future.

In her free time, you will find Priyal paddle boarding or hanging out with her cats, Nala and Lilo.

Ya Prateepponsak


Dr. Mananya (known as "Ya") completed her veterinary studies and practised at Mahidol University in Thailand in 2013 before moving to Melbourne in 2014, and re-sat her exams to practice in Australia. 

She is passionate about all aspects of small animal medicine, especially Ultrasound, Feline medicine, Emergency, and Soft tissue surgery. In her spare time, she enjoys riding the bike, enjoys heading to the beach, and socialising with friends.

Dr Libby Morton


Growing up on a sheep and cattle farm, it's not surprising that Libby pursued a career in veterinary science. She graduated from the University of Queensland in 1999 and spent a few years in mixed practice in Gippsland before heading to work in the UK. Since returning, she has worked in various small animal practices around Melbourne and has an interest in all aspects of veterinary medicine. When not at work, you might see Libby running along the Yarra Trail with her cheeky Border Terrier or chasing her children around various sporting venues in Melbourne. At home, she also has a mischievous young Burmese cat named Misty Boots and a very sweet moggy named Polly, whom she rescued 18 years ago.

Dr Roslyn Atyeo


Roslyn graduated from Murdoch University School of Veterinary Studies in 2000. She moved to Melbourne as a new graduate with four Border Collies and a sense of adventure. She has lived in Melbourne ever since, and has well and truly made her home here. She has been working in general practice since graduating, with taking a few years off to raise a family.


Roslyn has keen interests in musculoskeletal medicine. She has completed additional qualifications in acupuncture, Animal Biomechanical Medicine (ABM), and is currently doing further qualifications in rehabilitation therapy. These qualifications allow her to help patients recovering from surgery or injuries, to help animals age more gracefully with less pain and discomfort, and to help animals with soft tissue or neurological pain. She’s passionate about treating the whole animal, and using the best of both western medicine and integrative medicine for whatever the patient needs.


In her spare time Roslyn trains and competes with a team of Border Collies in the dog sport of Agility with her family. Her dogs compete at the top levels in agility and have won multiple top state awards, and represented Victoria at multiple national events. Roslyn’s family keeps her very busy and consists of fur kids, skin kids, chickens and tropical fish. She also is an avid gardener, and loves designing and creating garden spaces to relax in and enjoy.

Dr Josepha Cox


Dr Josepha graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2015 and has spent her time in small animal practice in Melbourne. She has a special interest in diagnostic imaging, nutrition and geriatric medicine. She is undertaking further study in animal nutrition and currently lives with her cheeky cat, Arthur who can perform many tricks!

Lisa Browne

Veterinary Nurse

Lisa started veterinary nursing in 1995, combining her physiotherapy studies and her interests in medicine and healthcare with her love of animals. She worked at vet clinics in Ormond, Murrumbeena and Cranbourne before joining Mont Albert Vet in 1997. By the end of that year she had acquired two dogs, a cat, a fiancée and a Certificate lll in Vet Nursing from Box Hill TAFE. Since 2001 she has juggled part-time work with caring for her family. When not operating a taxi for her two children, Lisa enjoys gardening, watching sport and reading.

Lisa's fur babies are Cookie, a mini chocolate Labradoodle, a Groodle called Bindi, and two rescued medium-haired moggie sisters, Houdini and Yowie.


Liane Pringle

Veterinary Nurse

Liane joined our team in early 2021 after intensive experience at a vet emergency centre and the RSPCA. She is qualified Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing. In addition to her role as a vet nurse, Liane also contributes to our regular social media posts.

Liane’s passion for animals started when she was very young, helping to bottle-feed injured wildlife and feed goats, sheep and geese on a family farm in WA. In her time off she enjoys bouldering, all outdoor activities including hiking, swimming and dirt bike riding. She has a 7-year-old domestic short hair cat called Mumma, who loves zooming around the house and is always up to mischief. 


Veterinary Nurse

Laura joined the team in late 2022. She is currently completing her Certificate II in animal studies and will begin her Certificate IV in vet nursing in January 2024. She was previously working as an electrician and instrumentation technician for 4 years. However animals have always been her passion so she decided to pursue this career and she hasn’t looked back. Her spare time involves bouldering with friends, playing basketball, going camping and spending time with her two fur babies, Kaia and Halloumi.

Tiarna Mazziotta

Veterinary Nurse

Tiarna jointed the Mont Albert Vet team late 2021 having had previous experience at an emergency specialist veterinary hospital and a shelter vet. She completed Cert III in Animal Studies in 2019 and is now a qualified vet nurse having finished her Certificate IV in veterinary nursing in December 2021.

Tiarna has had a strong passion for all animals from a young age, always wanting to help and of course cuddle any animal she could get her hands on. She knew quite early on that it was her dream to become part of the industry. Any free time she gets she will spend with family and friends or at any pet store shopping for her spoilt fur babies: her three cats Ollie, Nylah and Pepper, her American Staffordshire Terrier, Taia and her cheeky but very handsome British Bulldog Briggs.

Mia Mazziotta

Veterinary Nurse

Mia joined our team late 2021 after having experienced working at a shelter vet, and almost a years experience at an emergency specialist hospital. She completed her Cert III in Animals Studies in 2019 and her Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing in December 2021 making her a qualified veterinary nurse.

Mia has always had a very strong love for all animals and always knew she wanted to work in an industry where she could help take care of them and make a difference. In her spare time she loves spending time with friends and family and of course all her pets at home which include three cats, Ollie, Pepper and Nylah, a beautiful American staffy called Taia and her much loved fur baby Aria, a gorgeous Miniature Dachshund.

Sienna Pathy

Veterinary Nurse

Sienna joined our team in late 2021, coming from a background as an Operating Theatre Technician in human hospitals. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Science at the University of Melbourne with the intention of studying Veterinary Medicine.


In her spare time she enjoys painting, rock climbing, weight lifting, and training her young German Shorthaired Pointer, Lyra.

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