About Our Team
Dr Phil Ritchie
Veterinarian Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery (Hons)
Dr Ritchie graduated with Honours from Murdoch University in Western Australia in 1994 and has owned the Grange Veterinary Clinic since December 2000. He currently is the proud servant of two cats, Butters a brown Burmese and Sammy, a Tawny Somali.
Veterinary Practice manager
Annette is the wife of Dr Ritchie. Her role is to manage the day to day running of a small business. She also helps with general nursing duties.
Dr Roy Christie
My name is Roy Christie i have been a Veterinary Surgeon for many years now, I have owned 3 Veterinary Practices in my career including Grange Veterinary Clinic before selling it. I now work at the clinic three days a week, i’ve always had a passion for all animals large and small.
Many of you would know me already. I am a fully qualified Veterinary nurse and have been here for 30 plus years so im a part of the furniture! Pet wise over the years I have had a wide variety from mice, guineapigs, birds, possums, dogs,cats,hermitcrabs and fish. Im always smiling and happy to help.
I am a fully qualified Veterinary nurse and have been since 2016. Working as a veterinary nurse and with animals has always been my dream, since I was a little girl. I feel very privileged that I get to live this dream every day.
In my spare time I love dog training, horse riding and anything animal related. At home I have two beautiful pets a rescued dog named Bear and a Cat Named Kitty Who I saved from an car yard in Ardrossan. Both are very spoilt and loved.
My names Monty, I am a highly valued member of the team. I have lived at Grange Veterinary clinic for over a year now. I was raised here as a kitten by one of the nurses 18 years ago and ended up back here to be completely spolit by the team!
My hobbies include eating, sleeping and complaining when breakfast is late. My role at the clinic is to make sure everyone is doing their job properly and to greet any animals that come to stay with us for the day- i always make sure to remind them whose in charge! I also have a slight obsession with Dr Ritchie and I will complain until he gets here and cuddles me.
Our dedicated team is always here for your pets
Our Veterinary Clinic provides modern, professional and affordable health care for your pets.
At the Grange Veterinary Clinic we pride ourselves on giving friendly caring service to you and your family’s pets.
Apart from diagnosis, treatment and surgery we are here to give advice on disease prevention and how to care for the cats and dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, birds or any other animals that are a major part of your life.
We aim to make your pet feel at ease in our clinic with a caring and gentle approach to treatment and consultations. Our dedicated staff and leading veterinarians are all passionate about pets and avid animal lovers.
At our Veterinary Clinic, you’ll be fully supported with sound advice first and foremost. We know that helping our clients starts with providing a good understanding of health care issues and treatment options. With good advice and professional recommendations, you’ll be well equipped to make the best ongoing health care decisions for your pet.
With fully equipped examination rooms, diagnostic machines and pharmaceutical stores we provide on-the-spot assistance for nearly all pet health and medical needs. Take a moment to meet our team and our own pets. We look forward to seeing you and your pet again at the next scheduled visit.
A big part of our local community
Our Veterinary Hospital has been an integral part of our local community for years. In that time, we’ve helped thousands of our clients cats & dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs & birds. Being so strongly integrated with our local community is important to us and our clients. Our customers know by experience that they can rely on us for sound advice and treatment options and that their pet is in the very best hands with our team.
For people who are blind or vision impaired, RSB Guide dogs provide a level of freedom and independence otherwise not available to them.
It costs around $25,000 to breed, raise and train an RSB Guide Dog, which is why the Grange Veterinary Clinic is happy to contribute to this worthwhile cause.
If you would like more information about the RSB or are interested in becoming a Puppy Sponsor, please visits www.rsb.org.au
We are now also proud supporters of the RSPCA.
The South Australian body of the RSPCA was formed in 1875 to protect innocent animals against cruelty and provide treatment and care for thousands of sick, injured and abandoned animals.