Experienced Enough To Trust, Small Enough To Care
At Rosebud Pet Vet we offer the benefits of a small, consistent team of vets and vet nurses. We get to know you and your pet so that we can offer you the best care available. Offering you a holistic approach with more options, care and advice.
Dr Dennis Cutts
Co-Founder & Head Vet
Dr Dennis Cutts thinks being a vet is the best job in the world. After graduating from the University of Sydney in 1981, he worked for two years in a mixed practice on the western outskirts of Sydney. In 1984 he moved to Sunbury and developed a practice treating the full range of domestic and farm animals. Since 2000 he has restricted his practice to pet animals and developed strong interests in orthopaedic conditions, general surgery and behavioural issues.
In recent years he has enjoyed spending more time with clients helping them keep their pets healthy and happy. A desire for a sea change and the opportunity to continue providing veterinary care to the community has led Dennis and his wife Robyn, to start Rosebud Pet Vet. Dennis realises that in the information age people can be overwhelmed and confused and need someone they can trust to help sort through the different options for their pet’s health. Outside of work you may see Dennis and his fox terrier Jimmy walking on the foreshore, or whizzing past on his bicycle, or even trying to keep afloat on his kayak.
Co-Founder & Senior Vet Nurse
Robyn has over 25 years of experience as a vet nurse and is keen to extend her kindness and knowledge to clients.
Her nursing skills have been put to the test with her own animals, ranging from a featherless cocky and a blind fox terrier, to an adventurous cat.
Robyn has nursed in a variety of practices including an emergency centre and has developed strong surgical nursing skills. She has wide ranging experience – from puppy training through to bereavement counselling and loves helping people and their pets.
Dr Barry Hartley-Jackson
Dr Barrie Hartley-Jackson graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in London in 2003 and gained a wide range of experience before moving to Australia.
He and his wife and 2 children have settled in Mount Martha and he has worked in a number of vet clinics throughout Melbourne.
Barrie brings to Rosebud Pet Vet, his broad clinical experience and surgical skills. When not working, Barrie and his family are involved with the Mount Martha Lifesaving Club.
Mandy brings to the clinic, her experience in dog training and her love of Rottweilers. As a long time local, many clients have already met Mandy at the Peninsula Obedience Dog Club.
Jenny’s love of animals has seen her return to vet nursing after a break of several years. She has had extensive experience nursing a wide range of animals, including fostering kittens in her own home. Jenny’s bright and bubbly personality quickly endears her to clients
After working in Europe for several years, Sam has joined us, fulfilling a dream of helping clients and their pets. Sam is also very keen on nursing native wildlife, especially ringtail possums.
Jess brings to Rosebud Pet Vet a range of skills developed while being employed at a variety of medical clinics and at the Frankston hospital pharmacy. She has embraced animal health with a passion and in her spare time, fosters kittens for a local charity.
Ange comes to Rosebud Pet Vet with experience from the RSPCA, a wildlife shelter and her own mobile dog wash. She also has knowledge from her time at a pharmacy and so is able to assist in providing a great service to our clients.
Angelique has developed a wide range of skills from her varied work experiences. She has assisted at the Lost Dog’s Home and Cat Protection Society and is keen to help clients and their pets at Rosebud Pet Vet.