Epping Veterinary Clinic

PHONE 9869-2771 

76 Carlingford Rd
Epping NSW 2121


Open 7 Days

Monday 8am - 7pm
Tuesday 8am - 7pm
Wednesday 8am - 7pm
Thursday 8am - 7pm
Friday 8am - 7pm
Saturday 9am - 4pm
Sunday 10am - 4pm

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About Us

The Epping Vet is a long established landmark on Carlingford Rd Epping. Its been serving the Epping, Carlingford, Marsfield and North Rocks community for over 50 years. The Clinic has a team of over 4 Veterinarians and a wonderful team of nurses and kennel hands from the local area.

The Epping Vet Clinic includes a state of the art surgery, radiology and consulting rooms. On the lower level there is a deluxe cattery for boarding.

You can park out the front and the Clinic is open long hours every day and on weekends to ensure the very best of care is always available.

Our clinic runs by appointment. Please call to make a booking.


Dr. Sarah Short BVSc - Veterinarian

Sarah graduated from Sydney University with honours in 1998. She spent the first six years of her career working in mixed practice in England where she gained valuable experience treating all creatures great and small. She started working at Epping Veterinary Clinic in 2004 and has been Head Vet at the practice since 2008. She enjoys the challenge of veterinary medicine and surgery and takes joy in watching her patients grow up.

She has five children three of which are furry. Her eldest is a tabby cat who she rescued, her second is a Burmese and her third is a rough coated Jack Russell who loves coming to work with her. Her daughter and son have already developed a love of animals and veterinary medicine and enjoy visiting their Mum at work and playing vets and nurses together at home.

Dr. Alvin Leung BVSc - Veterinarian

Dr. Kitty Cheung BVSc - Veterinarian

Kitty graduated from the University of Sydney in 2012 with first class honours. She has been working in small animal practices in Sydney exclusively ever since. She joined Epping Veterinary Clinic in 2014 and is loving all aspects of working here. She loves surgeries and pays great attention to all the furry animals that she treats.

Kitty is also our official “Asian language” interpreter. She speaks fluent Cantonese, Mandarin and our nurses keep asking her to speak Korean except she doesn’t speak it.

In her spare time, Kitty tends to stray kittens and nurtures them until they are ready for rehoming. The most kittens she has had at once was 6 (5 from the same litter and 1 orphan). She was a proud mummy when they grew into loving, strong kittens and went to good homes. 

Dr. Angie Connell BVSc - Veterinarian

Angie graduated with honours from the University of Sydney in 2005. She initially worked on the beautiful South coast of NSW followed by 18 months working in the UK.

Since 2010 Angie has been back in Sydney and has undertaken three year long continuing education courses in internal medicine, emergency medicine and ultrasound. Angie enjoys all of the aspects of being a vet from meeting clients and their pets to dentistry and using our new state-of–the-art ultrasound machine.

Angie has 2 super-cute small fluffy dogs -  Bridget a 4 year old Shih Tzu, and Leelo a 2 year old Cavoodle

Dr. Michelle Trebeck B.V.Sc.(Hons.) - Veterinarian

Michelle graduated with honours from Veterinary Science at the University of Sydney in 2006. After graduation, she worked in small animal practice in Sydney, before moving to London to work for two years. Since graduation Michelle has completed continuing education focusing on emergency medicine. Her other veterinary special interests include behaviour and small animal medicine. She is currently the proud owner of three beautiful cats- Minx, JD and Zach.

Hayley Beggs - Head Nurse

Hayley has worked at Epping Veterinary Clinic for the last 10 years. She started as a kennel hand/trainee nurse in 2002. Since then Hayley has studied for and attained Certificate 2 and Certificate 4, and also a Certificate in dog grooming.

Since 2011 Hayley has been the Head Veterinary Nurse at Epping.

She has a Jack Russel terrier called Abbey and a tortoiseshell cat called Lucy.