Felicity Harradine BVSc (Hons), MVS, MANZCVS, CVA (IVAS) CCRT
I graduated as a vet in 1981 with first class honours, and came to work in Bunbury. I became interested in Acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine later in my career, after I had finished a Master’s degree in Small Animal Medicine, and achieved Membership of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists.
In 2002 I finished a two year acupuncture course run by the International Veterinary Acupuncture Association, and later learnt Bowen therapy (the Smart Bowen Course) for horses and small animals. In the last eight years I have been studying Chinese herbal therapy and use all these modalities in my treatments, which are integrated with Western treatments, to get the best of both worlds!
I treat all animals, but mainly dogs, cats and horses, who all respond very well to treatment.
Interests – Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine (including chinese herbs), Bowen therapy, Trigger point therapy, Laser therapy, Rehabilitation, Bush Flower Essences.
Graham Harradine BVSc
I came to Bunbury in 1980 to join Dr Mike Sier’s equine practice. My interests span the range of equine practice including medicine, reproduction, surgery, diagnostic imaging, performance and pathology. I now enjoy passing on my experience from many years in practice to younger staff members.
I take great pride in the large number of excellent equine and companion animal veterinarians both from Australia and overseas who have regarded the practice highly enough over the years to join the staff to contribute and to learn. Many of these people have progressed to become eminent veterinarians across Australia and around the world.
I also have a keen interest in cricket and enjoy helping out at Hay Park Cricket Club.
Michael Rae BSc., BVMS, MACVSc.
I came and did practical experience with Graham and Flip as a young uni student back in 1988, went to work in Canberra for a few years but was easily lured back to Bunbury to work for them in 1995 as the practice began to grow. I worked here until 2000, then went to the U.K to work and travel for 3 years, returning to become a partner in the practice in 2003.
My favourite parts of being a vet are surgery in general, eyes and I am trying to learn more about animal behaviour. Out of work I enjoy spending time with my 3 kids, lovely wife Tanya, pets Finn, Rocket and Mini Mons and playing hockey for Boyanup.
Dr Tanya Rae BSc.(Hons)Biol,BSc. BVMS
I have been practicing in Bunbury since 2004, starting at Harradine Vets and recently moving to our new sister practice in Dalyellup, where I see a lot of avian patients along with dogs, cats, rabbits and guinea pigs. You will still see me at Harradine’s on some Saturdays and after hours.
We currently house 3 long hair rescue cats, a three legged rescue dog and a black lab.
Dr Catherine (Kate) Forster BSc., BVMS, MACVSc
I studied at Murdoch University as a mature age student, graduating in 2004. I began working for Harradine and Associates in December of 2004 as an equine veterinarian. My interests within veterinary medicine are equine reproduction, equine medicine and podiatry.
Further veterinary qualifications achieved have been completing equine internal medicine through Sydney University in 2009 and becoming a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in 2010.
I have two beautiful rescue dogs Sukey who is an adorable Shih Tzu Border collie cross and Sally a sweet natured Staffordshire bull terrier cross.
My interests outside of work are art with a special interest in drawing and painting, sailing, and cruising on our Harley Davidson motor bikes with friends.
Dr Rachel Van Nierop BSc, BVMS
I’m a Bunbury girl who started with the practice in 1998 after graduating from Murdoch University. I spent a year doing small animal locums in the U.K. in 2001 before returning to Harradine’s.
I live in Burekup with my patient husband, 3 rambunctious sons, 3 horses and 2 naughty dogs. In my spare time I like avoiding housework and riding my horses.
Dr Vanessa Bianchini DMV, MRCVS
I graduated from Perugia University, Italy in 2006 and spent the first 4 years working at a thoroughbred stud in Tuscany. I then returned to Rome to work with different horse breeds and gained experience in AI techniques.
In 2010 I did my first locum for Harradine Veterinary hospital and then flew to England for the 2011 stud season. I returned to Australia the same year and have been working at Harradine and Associates ever since.
My free time is dedicated to keeping up with social events and exploring new places.
Dr Kylie McLaren BSc, BVMS
Originally from Perth, I graduated from Murdoch University in 1987. My early years as a veterinarian included experience in a wide range of practices including tropical Darwin, Country Narrogin, Adelaide and Karratha.
I have been happily settled with my family in Bunbury for the last seven years. My twin daughters have recently left home to pursue studies in Perth. This leaves me with my wonderful husband Tony, two very lazy cats and a menagerie of freeloading wildlife.
I am a keen gardener in my spare time and enjoy the typical Australian outdoor pursuits of kayaking and camping.
Dr Nicola Fargher BSc, BVMS (Hons)
Dr Nicola Fargher BSc BVMS (Hons) joined Harradine and Associates in January 2017.
Studying at Murdoch University and graduating in 2010, Nic worked in a mixed practice in the south west for 5 years with a focus on equine medicine and surgery. Prior to starting with Harradine and Associates she has been working as a locum vet in equine practices throughout Western Australia, including a stint here at Harradine and Associates in 2016.
Nic has a beautiful stag hound called “Swamp Monster”, a Kelpie cross called “Dash” and an Australian Stock horse mare called “Nim”. Outside of work hours Nic’s interests include camp-drafting, cooking and enjoying the south wests many beaches and national parks.
Dr Willem Janson BVSC Bsc (Hons)
Wim (Vim) graduated as a veterinarian from Onderstepoort South Africa in 2015. His love for animals came from his Grandfather and Father, who introduced him to a variety of animal species from a very young age. Wim is not only a great veterinarian, but he also completed an honours degree in nutrition before staring veterinary science- so don’t be afraid to ask him all your curly nutrition questions for your pets.
Wim started his career in a mixed practice, but is now focusing his time on small animal medicine and surgery. Wim has a particular love for cats, spoiling his own two “Ghost” and “Stitch” . Also in his wolf pack, is flop the rabbit, his wife Rozanne and daughter Arabelle.
Dr Kate Foyster BSc BVMS
We welcome Dr Kate Foyster to our team. Kate graduated from Murdoch university in 2017 and worked in Dongara doing mixed practice before moving to the South West.
She has special interests in dermatology, emergency medicine and wildlife. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her horses and kelpie, scuba diving and playing piano.
Dr Sarah McLay DVM
We welcome Dr Sarah McLay to our Equine team. Sarah graduated from Murdoch university in 2019. She has only recently joined the team and has hit the ground running, with an interest in equine dental work she is a welcome addition.
The chat about the water cooler in the office is that Sarah is a bit of a whiz at bridge! Outside of work she enjoys exploring the south west.
Kari Williams RVN DIP VN – Nursing Co-ordinator
Raelene George – Dalyellup Clinic
Steph Hughes – Dalyellup Clinic
Ophilie (Lili) Loverock
Dr Kylie Evans