Pet Animal Veterinarians

Peter Twine, B Phil, BVSc (Dist)

Director/Pet Animal Veterinarian

Peter Twine is the clinic manager and focuses on small animal medicine and surgery. He has been with Cambridge Vets since 1978 and has a passion for wine and good food.

Richard Willis, BVSc (Dist), MANZCVSc

Clinical Director Pet Animal Department

Richard has been at Cambridge Vets for 27 years, initially doing equine work but doing solely small animals for the last 10 years. Richard’s particular interest is internal medicine. He loves his job and loves to travel and has combined these interests over the last few years by doing volunteer veterinary work in places such as Rarotonga, Peru, Tonga and Bali.

Janine Devaney, BVSc (Dist)

Pet Animal Veterinarian

Janine is a born and bred Waikato lass raised on a Morrinsville dairy farm. She graduated from Massey University in 1999 and has worked in several veterinary clinics around the North Island as well as working in England for 5 years before she joined Cambridge Vets in 2009. While Janine’s dream job would have been as David Attenborough’s assistant, for now she is passionate about providing quality care for our clients and their furry friends, particularly those of the feline persuasion.

Edith Hollows, BVSc

Pet Animal Veterinarian

Edith joined the team at Cambridge Vets in mid 2013. She has arrived with family in tow from Rotorua and is enjoying the small town life that Cambridge has to offer. Edith has worked solely with companion animals throughout the last 13 years and loves meeting new people and their pets.

Sarah Lee, BVSc, MACVSc (Path)

Pet Animal Veterinarian

Sarah Lee has rejoined our small animal team, after spending about five years away, growing a family and enjoying her OE in England. Her main interest is pathology, and we are lucky to have someone who is a Member of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists. In addition to her 3 boys, she also has a foxy and an old cat! You can see Sarah in the clinic on Thursdays and Fridays.

Corey Regnerus, BVSc, BSc

Pet Animal Veterinarian

Corey is now a true kiwi lad, but originally from Florida, USA. Corey has recently joined the Cambridge team as a small animal clinician in late 2018. Graduating from Massey Veterinary School in 2017, he has also completed a BSc in Biological Science with an agriculture focus from Massey as well. Corey has a strong small animal background previously being a veterinary technician, government experience and also enjoys his lifestyle block with his partner. He has had an ongoing relationship with the team here at Cambridge over the years previously being one of our sales reps, and more recently a veterinary student, and now a clinician with the practice. He looks forward to meeting you in the clinic in the near future.

Pet Animal Nurses

Emma Lord

Head Veterinary Nurse

Emma was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and came to New Zealand at the age of 15. Emma decided to pursue veterinary nursing after working with horses for about 6 years, gaining her qualification in 2003. She has been working for Cambridge Vet Services since 2004 and has a particular interest in animal grooming and general horse activities.

Megan Brewster

Pet Animal Nurse

Megan grew up with a farming background, surrounded by a wide range of animals and work in the veterinary industry was always her dream. Studying at Waikato Polytechnic during 1998 and completing work experience with the Cambridge Vets team, she gained her Certificate in Veterinary Nursing and joined Cambridge Vets in 1999. A love for canine behaviour has lead Megan to always be involved with the running of our Puppy Pre-School classes. Megan also enjoys working with neonates and our feathered friends.

Andrea Longley

Pet Animal Nurse

Andrea was born in Lower Hutt and has lived in various locations before moving to the Waikato in 2010. She has been working with animals since she was 18, when she gained her qualification and has worked for the SPCA and as a veterinary nurse in various veterinary clinics before starting work with Cambridge Vet Services in 2011. Andrea has a particular interest in surgical cases and intensive care.

Cindy Paton

Behaviour; advice and training

Cindy was born in Wanganui and grew up on a dry stock farm in Mangaweka. An interest in horses led Cindy to working around the Cambridge area with thoroughbreds. A change in career saw Cindy being employed at Cambridge Vet Services where she has been since 1996, gaining her qualification in 1997. Cindy has a particular interest in small animal dentistry and animal behaviour, particularly canine behaviour.

Office and Reception Staff

 
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