Dr Felicity Smither
Felicity graduated from Melbourne University in 2001. Felicity started her veterinary career working in small animal practice in south east melbourne, it was here that she developed her love of dog and cat medicine.
In 2006, Felicity commenced a residency in Small Animal Medicine at the Melbourne Veterinary Specialist Centre. Whilst here, Felicity passed her membership exams to become a member of the Australian and New Zealand college of Veterinary Science in Small Animal Medicine. Felicity also published several research papers and has developed a strong interest in Feline medicine and ultrasound of both dogs and cats. Skills which she looks forward to bringing to Bentleigh Veterinary Clinic.
Felicity is currently studying Behavioural Medicine of dogs and cats through the University of Sydney Centre for Veterinary Education and will be able to help with any behavioural concerns you may have.
Felicity and her husband Toby, have two beautiful daughters - Macey and Piper, two dogs - an anxious Staffy called Duke and a schnoodle called Rocco and a stick insect - "Stick man".