Dr Ross Ansell graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1994. He spent time working in mixed and small animal practices before establishing his own veterinary business, Anvet, a thriving small animal business with three clinics in Melbourne. Ross joined Richmond Veterinary Clinic in 2011 as senior veterinarian and manager. He has a special interest in surgery.
In his spare time, Ross enjoys live music and spoiling his Chihuahuas, Malcolm and Cricket.
Dr Celestina Yeoh graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2012. She is born in Singapore, also affectionately known as the “little red dot”. She is bilingual and speaks English and a little Mandarin. She joined our team in 2015.
Celest loves caring for animals, and enjoys her continuing education and has completed post-graduate courses in ultrasound as well as abdominal radiology. She also has a special interest in behaviour which is sparked by her highly anxious dog Hugo.
She has 2 Jack Russell Terriers named Hugo and Haylee, and a geriatric rabbit named Cotton Wool (who is the boss of the household).
Outside of work, Celest loves travelling, checking out new restaurants, dancing and just enjoying some down time.
Dr Louise Roberts graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2000. She started working at Richmond Vet in 2008. She has extensive experience working in small animal veterinary practices in both Australia and the UK. Louise is dedicated to continuing education and has completed post-graduate study in ophthalmology, ultrasound and feline dermatology. In 2010, Louise was admitted as a Member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Small animal medicine.
Louise has a Miniature Dachshund Lucy Bratwurst, Ginger cat Buddy, and 2 year old son, Henry.
Outside of work, Louise enjoys an active lifestyle of cycling, running, rowing and skiing. She loves travelling the world, although it’s a bit less adventurous now with a toddler in tow!
Dr Kate Kellaway graduated with honours from the University of Melbourne in 2000. After working in mixed and small animal practice around Melbourne for several years she spent some time working in veterinary industry and medical writing roles. Kate joined Richmond Veterinary Clinic on a part-time basis in 2009. She enjoys all aspects of small animal veterinary medicine and surgery, and is an enthusiastic participant in continuing education.
At home, Kate is kept very busy caring for her daughter Edie, twin boys Richie and Gus and a very boisterous black Labrador named Walter.
Dr Bridget Naughton graduated with honours from The University of Melbourne in 2000 with Kate and Lou. She has worked in both country and city practices in Australia and the United Kingdom. It was while travelling in the UK that she gained extensive experience in rabbit and small mammal medicine and surgery. She is enthusiastic and passionate about caring for all animals. She has a cat named Harry and a very friendly chook named Dawn at home. She is also a dedicated Veterinary educator and combines work at Richmond with work as a lecturer for Veterinary Nursing Students.