Cheryl graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1995 and has spent her career exploring many areas of veterinary medicine. From Small Animal Practice to Mixed Practice, from Wildlife in Thailand to Emergency and Critical Care in Sydney and Brisbane. She has spent time exploring the intricacies of pharmaceutical development and teaching Veterinary Nursing students at TAFE. Cheryl also ran a home Euthanasia business several years back and understands the importance of providing for a comfortable end of life for our fur friends.

However, after learning lots of skills in these endeavours, she is always drawn back to veterinary practice. She enjoys caring for elderly pets, managing sick or injured animals and learning new techniques for providing optimal quality of life for her patients.

Outside of work, Cheryl thrives on bouldering, attempts to surf, and enjoys cooking while constantly learning. Her family share their home with two dogs, two cats, a guinea pig, and a chicken.