Dr Amy Pepper


Problem solver

There was never any doubt in Amy Pepper’s mind that she was going to be a vet. She grew up surrounded by animals and developed a passion that has now turned into a career.

In 2007, Amy completed her Bachelor of Veterinary Science (Hons) from the University of Sydney. Following that, she pursued her passion for small animal medicine, achieving a Postgraduate Certificate in Veterinary Studies (Small Animal Medicine) through Murdoch University in Perth and a Master of Veterinary Studies at the University of Melbourne.

Amy has also completed the Practitioner in Residence Program (Small Animal Medicine) at the University of Sydney and in 2015 completed her residency at the University of Melbourne.

After which she was awarded Diplomate status in small animal internal medicine of the American College of Internal Medicine (ACVIM).

Dr Pepper specialises in all areas of internal medicine but has particular interests in gastroenterology, infectious disease, feline medicine and oncology.

For Amy, her real passion for her role is to help pets and their families receive top quality care.

“I love solving complex medical problems and providing solutions to get animals back to health.”

The possibilities of advanced treatment

During Amy’s early veterinary career, she worked at the RSPCA, where she was involved in animal welfare. At this point she saw firsthand the possibilities that advanced treatment can provide.

These days, Amy is focused on interventional endoscopy, interventional procedures and minimally invasive procedures, due to the better outcomes and quicker recovery.

Team player

Speaking of the team, Amy loves working alongside such an experienced group of veterinary specialists and nurses. She has worked with Dr Karina Graham previously and jumped at the chance to work at our state-of-the-art advanced treatment centre.

“The VSOS team is friendly and energetic, pushing the boundaries of veterinary care. It’s exciting to see the outcomes we are achieving for animals that come through our doors.”

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