110 Stephen St, Yarraville 3013
For caring and expert service
Give us a call on 03 9689 810003 9689 8100
The Yarraville Village Animal Hospital aims to deliver a unique experience for pets and their owners and to provide expert veterinary  surgical and health care.

Dr Rhonda Dunmill

Rhonda DunmillDr Rhonda Dunmill BVSC (Hons) University of Melbourne.
Principal Veterinarian

Hailing from strong farming background in the Wimmera, Rhonda worked at both regional and city practices for many years before founding the Yarraville Village Animal Hospital in 1987. A Yarraville resident for over twenty years she has a strong affinity with her local area and its residents.
Conscious of the need to utilise the proven benefits of complementary healing in treating animals Rhonda is also a graduate of the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society and is now undertaking studies in Chinese herbal medicine for animals.
Rhonda regularly attends conferences both here and overseas to keep abreast of the latest developments in surgery and all aspects of veterinary practice.
At home as well as her family she has two cats: Spider and Snoop and often a dog or two that requires minding.

Leah McInnes

Leah McInnesLeah has been at the clinic since 2007. She is a dog groomer and a veterinary nurse. Leah has two Rottweilers (Makachi and Pepper), a Staffordshire bull terrier (called Goose) and a cat (Bundi) at home. Leah loves working with the large dogs. Her other interests include metal music, and travel to Japan.

Kylie Sewell

Kylie SewellKylie has been a veterinary nurse at the clinic since 2005. She has a certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. Kylie has always had a love for animals and sometimes brings her dog Heidi to work with her. She has lots of energy and has a very busy life combining vet nursing and dog grooming with looking after Zack her 3 year old son.

Tanyah Westrup

Tanyah WestrupTanyah has worked at the clinic since 2009. She has a certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. At home she has Coconut, a Birman cat. Tanyah cares for the stray wildlife that comes into the clinic. She loves travel, art, keeping healthy and meeting new people.

Olivia Graham

Olivia GrahamOlivia started working at the clinic when she was 12 years old to help wash dogs. Now she is on the front desk on Saturday mornings as well as helping with dog grooming. Olivia goes to University of Melbourne studying Arts. Her pets are Soren, a friendly Staffordshire bull terrier who comes to work with her and a cat Tiger Lily. Her interests are meeting new people, politics and travelling to France.