Dr Nicolette Manning

BSc BVMS MANZCVS (Small Animal Radiology)

Veterinarian

Nicolette graduated from Murdoch University in 2008 and has worked in Perth based Small Animal Veterinary Practice ever since  including a year with RSPCA WA.
 
“Having the opportunity to work at PVE has been the greatest achievement of my veterinary career. PVE has forged an extremely well respected reputation within the Western Australian veterinary industry for practicing high-quality medicine and patient care. I was so humbled to have been invited into this talented and very close knit team. 
 
The thing which separates PVE from any other practice I have worked in is the way in which each team member is encouraged to actively reach their full potential.  From the moment you arrive you are supported in improving any aspect of your skill set you desire. In addition, our nursing and client care staff play a unique role in case management which lends itself to a really cohesive team structure in which each individual is essential for the gold standard care of our patients, owners and referring veterinarians receive. I believe the principal veterinarians Dr Seet and Dr Addison should be extremely proud of this incredible workplace.”
 
In 2016 Nicolette successfully achieved membership to the Small Animal Radiology Chapter of the ANZCVS. Nicolette’s interest in radiology was sparked by contact she had with Perth veterinary radiologist Dr Nola Lester as an undergraduate. “Nola’s calm, kind approach to her work was inspiring. I love the discovery, correctly identifying the medical problem gives me great satisfaction in my work and that’s what excites me the most about being a veterinarian.  We are incredibly fortunate at PVE to have some state of the art radiology equipment including Direct Digital radiology and high-quality Ultrasound. It’s very exciting!!!”.
 
When not at work Nicolette enjoys being mum to her two gorgeous daughters Poppy and Violet. “It’s been a transition period balancing my career and family life, but I take great pride in being a role model for my girls”. 
 
“This year I have prepared for and am sitting my emergency and critical care memberships, which with two little girls and working nights has been quite the challenge. But the challenge is what keep life enjoyable.”