Google Maps location for Semaphore Veterinary Surgery

Semaphore Veterinary Surgery
109 Semaphore Rd
Semaphore
SA 5019

Phone:
08 8249 9999

Meet the Vets

  • Dr Alison Booth BSc BVMS (Hons)
    Veterinarian

    Alison graduated from Murdoch University, Western Australia in 1990 before working in small animal practices in Perth, the UK and Adelaide.

    In 1999, she joined forces with former classmate Bruce Wells to form Semaphore Veterinary Surgery.

    From humble beginnings, SVS has evolved into a busy six-veterinarian practice.

    Alison enjoys all aspects of small animal practice, particularly senior canine and feline medicine, soft tissue surgery and dermatology.

    Alison is married to Paul and has two daughters. Her family work hard as the staff for two spoilt felines. She loves to travel but will always call Adelaide home.

     

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  • Dr Bruce Wells BSc BVMS (Hons)
    Veterinarian

    Bruce moved from his home town of Perth to set up the Semaphore practice with Alison Booth in 1999. He graduated from Murdoch University in 1990 and has worked in WA, Tasmania and the UK. With and his wife Trudy and three children, Bruce is happy to call Semaphore home and makes the most of its lovely surrounds and relaxed beach lifestyle.

    He has recently acquired an adorable Cavalier King Charles Spaniel puppy called Harlow. She now rules the house and is much loved by all who meet her.

    Bruce enjoys all aspects of small animal practice, particularly the interaction between clients and their furry families. His special interests are in dermatology and surgery, including reconstructive knee surgery. He and Terry have been successfully performing an enhanced knee surgery treating damaged and ruptured cruciate ligaments.  


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  • Dr Terry Bannister BVSc BSc
    Veterinarian

    Terry graduated in Veterinary Science from Massey University, New Zealand in 2007. He began his career as a mixed animal veterinarian in the sunny Hawkes Bay of New Zealand before migrating to South Australia in 2010. He has a keen interest in orthopaedic surgery, particularly knees and hips. He has experience in performing the Tibial Tuberosity Advancement procedure for canine cruciate rupture, and along with Dr Bruce Wells is performing this surgery on a regular basis. 

    He has a home menagerie of a dog, two cats, and three guinea pigs as well as a young toddler so is always kept on his toes. Terry enjoys brewing his own beer and is a keen follower of rugby union and cricket. .

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  • Dr Carly Condon BSc BVMS
    Veterinarian

    Carly graduated from Murdoch University, WA in 2010 and moved to Adelaide to start work in small animal practice. She enjoys all aspects of her work but is particularly interested in surgery and bird medicine.

    She has her own fur and feather family of two dogs, a cat, and three chickens, as well as various temporary foster animals. When she is not on the beach with her dogs or renovating her house, she enjoys being out on the water on her kiteboard.

    Currently Carly is on maternity leave.

     

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  • Dr Emily Brandon BSc BVMS
    Veterinarian

    Emily graduated from Murdoch University in 2012, and despite being from Adelaide originally, spent most of the next 4 years travelling and working all around Western Australia. Emily and her husband now call Semaphore home and she is happy to be a permanent part of our team. 


    Emily enjoys all aspects of small animal medicine, including the occasional emergency to keep her on her toes, and soft tissue surgery. At home Emily has two cheeky border collie crosses, as well as two kitties. 

    Emily and her husband are currently renovating their house, which takes up most of her spare time! She also enjoys packing up the car and taking the dogs camping, or venturing down to the beach to make the most of the sunshine and the relaxed Semaphore vibe. 

     

     

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  • Dr Alana Potgieter BVSc
    Veterinarian

    Alana moved to Adelaide in 2007, after graduating from the University of Pretoria (Onderstepoort) in South Africa where she was born.

    She enjoys travelling, photography, gardening, walking and (when someone lends her a horse), horse riding.   She has a special interest in radiology and ultrasound, but enjoys working up tough medical cases.  Pocket pets are also something of a passion as long as they have fur and good manners!  

    She is the mother of two cats, Klaus and Clementine, that were both orphaned and now live a very posh life.  Together with husband Cornell, every other spare minute is spent renovating their old stone cottage and making their garden bigger. 

     

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