Dr Gibb Macdonald
BVSc Hons, MACVSc (Veterinary Behaviour), Grad Cert V Pract Mgmt (UWSyd), DipAgric(WAIT)
Dr Gibb Macdonald is the Director and Senior Veterinarian at Morley Vetcentre.
Dr Mac is past national president of the Australian Small Animal Veterinary Association (ASAVA) and past national treasurer and WA Representative on the ASAVA.
Dr Mac has a special interest in small animal behaviour, surgery and oncology.
He completed a Post Graduate training in small animal behavioural medicine. Our understanding of animal behaviour has come a long way over the last 10 years and Dr Mac now takes behavioural referrals from veterinary collegues and dog trainers. Dr Mac continues to commonly see patients by referral from collegues and for second opinions.
Dr Rodney Sundra
Dr Rodney graduated from Murdoch University in 1995 and rejoined the practice in August 2001.
Dr Rodney is part owner of the practice and a senior veterinarian at our hospital. He enjoys challenging medical and surgical cases and also loves working with feathered and fishy pets!
Dr Marty Wray
BSc BVMS, MANZCVS (Small Animal Medicine)
Dr Marty is a Murdoch University graduate who has always wanted to work with small animals and has a particular interest in small animal medicine and emergency.
After somewhat of a multi-country upbringing (living in both the UK and New Zealand) he now calls Perth home and cares for his feline friend Ninja and Simba the gorgeous Golden Retriever (pictured).
In his spare time, Dr Marty enjoys relaxing with friends, photography, exercising and most of all… travelling!
Dr Pippa Howard
Bio to come!
Dr Shu Wong
Dr Shu Wong was born in Singapore and has been fascinated by animals since she was young. She started her career in the animal industry as a Zoo Keeper at Night Safari in Singapore where she got to get up close and personal with many exotic animals! Dr Shu moved to Australia in 2011 to start her studies in Veterinary Science at Murdoch University; graduating as a fully qualified Veterinarian in 2017. She has been employed at Morley Vet Centre since 2018 and enjoys working with the smaller domestic animals She also provides after-hours care for the patients at Cannington Vet Hospital. She has a black cat named “Pitchie” who she adopted as a stray. In her spare time she enjoys hanging out with friends or watching TV shows.