A message from Dr Brian O’Donohoe:
After 39 years at the Bundoora Veterinary Group, I will be retiring on Thursday the 28th of June 2018. I have formed many wonderful relationships with clients and patients during this time, and am sad to be leaving them and an organisation which has been such an important part of my life. However, I now enter the next chapter, and look forward to spending more time with my wife, Sarah, and two sons, Tom and Rory.
I have seen the practice grow from four full time veterinarians and six veterinary nurses to 25 veterinarians and 35 nurses today, and the commencement of two other associated Veterinary practices. In 1990 we were one of the first clinics in Melbourne to provide a 24-hour emergency and care of hospitalised patients at the Bundoora Veterinary hospital, which continues to provide excellent care today.
I am pleased with the successful transition of the practice to its new owners; Terry Bassett, Birgitte Horn, Eben Martin, Ranjit Patney, and Jonathan Sullivan. They have been integral to the success of this organisation over many years, and along with existing members of staff, are leading Bundoora Veterinary Group into a new and exciting phase.
I would like to thank all of the wonderful and dedicated staff who assisted me over the years, and the clients who have entrusted me with the care of so many great animals.