Kay McIntosh

Veterinarian & Practice Owner (BSc hons, BVSc hons, MVS)

Dr Kay McIntosh moved to WA to begin life as a veterinarian after completing her studies at Queensland University in 2002. She started her career in mixed practice in Albany before moving to Perth after meeting her husband, Andrew. She has many years of experience as a small animal clinician. She enjoys the challenges of small animal medicine, with a special interest in solving complex skin conditions and matters of the animal heart. Kay and Andrew took ownership of Bicton Veterinary Clinic in January 2020.

Outside of working in the clinic, Kay enjoys camping, fishing and kayaking, cooking, and spending time at the gym. She has 2 teenage boys as well as a house full of animals to keep her entertained — 2 dogs (Dakota, a Great Dane x Staffordshire; Sacha, a Rottweiler), 2 cats (Max, soon to be 19yrs old and Neo, a recently adopted kitten from SAFE), 5 birds (Squeaky, a Rainbow Lorikeet; Alex & Messy, Alexandrine parrots; Floyd, a Galah; Sky, a Blue Indian Ringneck).

Robyn McCormack

Veterinarian (BSc BVMS Dip Ac (IVAS))

Dr Robyn has always been a Veterinarian. After being surrounded by animals as a child, it was a lifelong dream to enter the veterinary field.

Since graduating from Murdoch University in 1994, Dr Robyn has worked in various clinics around Australia. From working with wildlife in remote clinics in the Goldfields to treating hamsters in London, she has gained experience with a wide variety of animals.

Currently, Dr Robyn is based in Perth and works as a small animal GP Vet at Bicton Veterinary Clinic. She joined the team in 2019 and her areas of interest include animal behaviour, surgery and her growing love of rabbit medicine and surgery!

Outside of work, Dr Robyn enjoys swimming, camping and cooking. She is kept busy with three children, a Jack Russell cross called "Scruffy" and a mini lop rabbit.

Marta Mos

Veterinarian (BVMS)

Dr Marta acquired her Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery degree from Murdoch University in 1994. Since that time, she has been working in many small animal clinics and hospitals across the Perth Metropolitan Area. These consisted of general practices as well as emergency centres. She also took a few locum positions in the U.K. to broaden her experience.

Understanding that visiting the vet is often stressful for the pet and the owner, Dr Marta aims to practice in a thorough, gentle and consultative manner, with her favourite medical Latin phrase being “primum non nocere” (first, do not harm).

Dr Marta is keen to attend continuing veterinary education courses and adopt newly emerged trends. Her favourite radio station is ABC Classic FM 97.7, which she likes to listen to while doing surgeries and driving the car.

Sarah Mitchell

Veterinarian (BVMS ANZCVS (Small Animal Medicine, EEC))

Dr Sarah graduated from Murdoch University in 1994, alongside Dr Robyn and Dr Marta. She was determined to be a vet from a young age, accompanying her agriculture vet dad at his work as often as allowed. Growing up in WA's southwest allowed for a mix of pets, including dogs, cats, fish, mice and the hobby farm assortment of cattle, sheep and poultry. 

Dr Sarah has had a varied career, from mixed country practice, small animal GP, emergency and critical care and most recently working in oncology. Outside of work hiking, camping, roller skating and the beach are favourite pastimes, with two bouncy Dalmatian's (Wally and Spotty Underpants) and Sooty the cat vying for her affections.


Registered Veterinary Nurse (RVN)

Gemma commenced her life in the Veterinary industry in 2008, completing her Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing as a traineeship at a clinic in Cannington. After working as a nurse for 8 years, Gemma left the industry to pursue her previous career and embark on small business ownership. In 2018, Gemma decided that her true passion was Veterinary Nursing and took a position at Warnbro Sound Veterinary Clinic, where she stayed for 2 years before joining us at Bicton Veterinary Clinic in June 2020.

Gemma brings with her a love of Kelpies - which are one of the most intelligent dog breeds as well as 2 cats, 2 rainbow lorikeets and a rabbit. She is also keen to keep up to date with what's new in nutrition and animal health, so she can provide our clients with the best advice possible and is keen to keep up to date with what's new in veterinary nursing.


Registered Veterinary Nurse (RVN)

Charley has been working in the veterinary industry since 2018 and graduated with a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing in early 2021. 

Charley is passionate about canine and feline behaviour and has taken a particular interest in feline enrichment. She has two feline furkids; Willow (a one-year-old rescue) and Isla (a Maine Coon kitten). 

When not in the clinic, Charley’s passion for rescuing wildlife takes over! She volunteers as a nurse at WA Wildlife Hospital and also with WA Seabird Rescue. Charley continues to study wildlife nursing and is always up for a chat about seabirds (Pelicans in particular!).


Registered Veterinary Nurse (RVN)

Nikki always knew she wanted to work with animals in some capacity having a keen interest in animal behaviour and pathology, which led her to pursue a career in veterinary nursing completing her veterinary nursing degree in 2019. 

Nikki also has a fear-free certification, which allows her to provide better care for animals who may be fearful or anxious around people.

Nikki loves spending time with her two dogs Pyra (a Kelpie) and Ollie (a Border Collie), both of whom keep her very busy and active.

When Nikki is not working looking after animals, she enjoys building with Lego and looking up at the stars with an interest in astrophotography.


Kennel Hand

Quin has been working with us at Bicton Veterinary Clinic since early 2022. Quin is currently in her second year of Veterinary Medicine at Murdoch University, and she's really excited about her future as a veterinarian. Quin loves all things animal-related – from caring for your pets to researching those difficult cases on them.

Studying Veterinary Medicine involves working on various farms across Western Australia as well as working at different veterinary practices all while learning new skills along the way to achieve her goal of being the best veterinarian she can be. Quin is due to graduate with her Veterinary Medicine degree in 2025.

Along with all her studies and work, Quin is the proud mum to Nelson, the little toy poodle, which is the centre of Quin’s universe. In addition to Nelson, Quin has Moet the cat and Nico the rainbow lorikeet (who enjoys waking up the neighbourhood at 6:00 am every morning.)

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