At Reservoir Vet Clinic, we aim to provide a comprehensive, professional and compassionate veterinary service. We recognise the significance of your pets and the place they hold in your family. Our highly qualified team of vets include Dr Andrea Montesano, Dr Lan Tran, Dr Jessie Wong and Dr Lily Ting, and we have special interests and expertise in, but not limited to, general surgeries, neurology, dentistry, eye conditions (opthamology), exotic animals and behaviour. We treat cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, mice and birds. Our animal health care team will offer education, advice and care to ensure your pet has the longest, happiest and healthiest life possible. If you would like to find out more about us, we offer hospital tours and welcome you to bring your pet to meet our team at anytime.
In order to keep informed of current therapy and procedures, we close our hospitals on certain days for team meetings, training and education. However, emergency services will be available during this time.
Andrea graduated at Melbourne University and has been at Reservoir Vet Clinic since 1998. She has a strong interest in all areas of general vet practice - medicine, surgery, behaviour, exotic animals (the small fluffy and feathered ones), and is passionate about providing excellent customer service. Andrea attends further education every year on an ongoing basis in a variety of topics. She has completed a rabbits and rodents course, and opthamology conferences, behaviour distance education for one year, dermatology and cardiovascular conferences.
Andrea shares her home with her geriatric cat, Ebony, and her lovely Angora rabbit named Lincoln.
- BVSc (Hons)
- Graduate Diploma of Veterinary Clinical Studies
- MANZCVS (Small Animal Medicine & Surgery)
Lan graduated from The University of Sydney in 1996. After working in Canberra for 2 years, Lan completed a surgical internship at a specialist center, a Graduate Diploma in Veterinary Clinical Studies, and a residency in small animal medicine at Sydney University. Lan also has memberships in small animal surgery and medicine from MANZCVS. Her areas of interests are endocrine, neurology, oncology and soft tissue surgery. She is passionate about providing a first class veterinary care for her patients and their owners.
Lan was a head veterinarian of a small animal veterinary hospital in Sydney, before relocating home to Melbourne with her young family and two boisterous pugs, Amelia and Hippo.
- RCVS Member
Originally from Malaysia, Jessie graduated in Veterinary Science from the University Putra Malaysia in 2005, commencing work shortly after as a veterinarian for five years in Kuala Lumpur. In 2010, Jessie moved to the UK where she took two years off to focus on becoming a Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Jessie moved to Singapore in 2012 where she continued her career as a veterinarian for four years.
Outside of work, Jessie enjoys travelling, reading, and listening to music. She is also an avid photographer. Despite having a passion for all animals, cats are her absolute favourite.
Originally from Taiwan, Lily completed her undergraduate degree in animal science at National Taiwan University. Becoming a vet was always her dream, so she decided to come to Australia to pursue her life goal. After 4 years of vet course, she graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2017 and joined Reservoir. Lily is interested in all aspects of small animal medicine and surgery with a special interest in neurology.
At home, Lily has two dogs, a Border Collie named Cody and an Australian Shepherd named Lanie. Due to her background, Lily is fluent in Mandarin, so please let us know if you would like a vet consult in Mandarin.
Dr Sue Ramoo graduated from the University of Sydney in 2004 and worked in general practice for 2 years, where she saw lots of dogs, cats, a few goats, some sheep and a couple of cows! During this time she developed an interest in internal medicine which led her to undertake an internship in critical care and internal medicine, which was followed by a 3 year residency at the University of Melbourne Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
Sue has since worked in private referral practices across Melbourne and is well versed in all aspects of internal medicine. She has been published in various veterinary journals and her interests include gastroenterology, endocrinology and oncology.
Outside of work, Sue dabbles in floristry and cooking. She also loves food, wine and bush walking. At home, Sue has a 6 year old Border Terrier named Lizzie, and a Princess Parrot called Kayne.
It is great to have Dr Sue Ramoo available for in-clinic assessment of those more complicated medical cases.
Sharyn (or Shaz) has been at Reservoir Veterinary Clinic since January 2010. She started her Veterinary nursing career in 2005 and became a qualified nurse in 2007. Sharyn's special interests include reptiles and exotic pets. She loves chatting with the clients about their furry family members.
Sharyn has a large menagerie of furry family members herself. She is the proud owner of two dogs, a German Shepherd named Trouble and a mix breed named Bella. She also has two cats, Kitty and Charlie, an aviary of canaries, lorikeets and lovebirds, a pet Cockatiel called Knoddy and to top it off some fish!
One of Sharyn's more recent additions is a blind budgie known affectionately as Grub. Grub has her own enclosure but gets to socialise with her own kind on a regular basis.
With this array of animals Sharyn definitely has the largest furry family at the clinic!
Rebecca first joined our team back in 2009 as a Trainee Veterinary Nurse. After obtaining her Veterinary Nursing qualification she decided to take a break to travel overseas.
Most recently, Rebecca has spent 12 months working as a locum in our clinic as well as our sister clinics around Melbourne. Rebecca is now back working at Reservoir Vet Clinic full time. She has a keen interest in pathology and anything cat related.
At home, Rebecca lives with Maggie her beautiful Border Collie and two very entertaining cats, Poppy and Alfie.
Hannah joins us on a full time basis to begin her veterinary nursing career. Hannah has both large and small animals at home. Her largest is her horse Mary, she has a bunny named Mr Bunny and a guinea pig called Mrs Guinea Pig. With all of these companions at home Hannah came to us with caring nature and the positive attitude needed for a career in veterinary nursing. Look out for her smiling face the next time you visit the clinic!
Tess has been working with both large and small animals for the past five years. She graduated from Melbourne Polytechnic in 2016 with her Associate Degree in Veterinary Nursing. She has a keen interest in learning about animal behaviour.
Tess lives with an elderly poodle named Poppy, Gypsy the cat and Gypsy's best friend Benjamin the Bunny.