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Knox Veterinary Clinic Team


Dr Jemma Postle BVSc graduated from University of Queensland in 2004 and joined Knox Veterinary in December of that year. Jemma is a mixed animal veterinarian, confessing she is still unsure of exactly which field of veterinary science she likes the most. As a result she has completed continuing education in many fields, has a broad skill set and holds various accreditations. 'A real Jack of all trades'.  Jemma has a passion for agriculture, rural community and for being a vet. Jemma and husband Andy took over the reins of the veterinary practice in 2017 and are dedicated to continuing to provide quality veterinary services across the Western Downs. Jem and Andy also operate a beef cattle production business, breeding stud Charolais and commercial cattle. Jem enjoys helping Andy with farm work, riding her horses and spending time with her new baby daughter Sophie and son Jack.  Jemma has recently completed a course through Distance Education with Sydney University in Beef Production Medicine.

Dr Jemma Postle | Knox Vets | Dalby Veterinary Clinic


Dr Megan Pedler graduated from James Cook University at Townsville in 2010.  She has been part of the team at Knox for 7 years and has a wide variety of knowledge and experience.  Megan has a keen  interest in small animal surgery, bovine reproduction and enjoys large animal consults and field surgeries. Megan and her husband enjoy spending special family time with their two young daughters.

Dr Megan Peddler | Knox Vets | Dalby Veterinary Clinic


Courtney grew up in Tasmania and graduated from Murdoch University in 2008. Courtney has worked in mixed animal practices with a focus on beef production spending much of her time in feedlots, while keeping her love for horses. She lives on her husband's family cattle and horse property and is a self-confessed camp drafting addict. She enjoys equine practice having completed further study in equine dentistry and reproduction. When she is not out on large animal calls Courtney enjoys small animal medicine and orthopaedics. In her spare time she works young horses, camp drafts and loves getting in the garden.

Dr Courtney Ramsey | Knox Vets | Dalby Veterinary Clinic


Kim graduated from UQ in 1988.  She has worked in mixed practices all over the eastern states and as well as a stint in the UK.  For a time also ran her own practice in Winton, Qld. She loves the variety of mixed practice but has a special interest in surgery and reproduction and has completed further study in this field. She runs her own morphology laboratory examining semen samples and reporting on their impact on fertility.  Kim enjoys a busy life with her husband and 3 children, many animals and birds and in her spare time loves sewing and relaxing!

DR KIM KELLY  BVSc MANZVS (reproduction) | Knox Vets | Dalby Veterinary Clinic


After graduating from U.Q. in 2002, Tess worked in mixed practice. She lives with her young family on a grain farm on the Western Downs. Tess enjoys the challenges of soft tissue surgery and small animal reproduction.She has a very keen interest in Integrated Veterinary Therapy, involving natural therapies and holistic medicine.

Dr Tessa Buckley | Knox Vets | Dalby Veterinary Clinic


Kathryn grew up on a lucerne hay and cattle property outside Nanango before studying Veterinary Science at James Cook University in Townsville. Kathryn graduated in 2015 and worked in Emerald, Qld for a short time before joining the Knox Veterinary team. Kathryn enjoys both large and small animal work and has a particular interest in surgery as well as cattle reproduction. She enjoys stud cattle showing, music and getting back home to help on the family farm.

Dr Kathryn Trace | Knox Vets | Dalby Veterinary Clinic


Danielle "Bean" Plummer BVBio/BVSc, graduated from Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga in 2017. She grew up on a sheep, cattle and cropping property in Central New South Wales.

Before beginning work in our clinic, Danielle spent five weeks in Africa as a wildlife vet in Hoedspruit and Swartwater, 'playing with cranky unicorns (rhinos) and ankle tapping long neck cows (giraffes).'

Danielle enjoys large animal work and is always keen to get out in the paddock. She is a rugby fanatic and is captain of the local Wheatchix rugby team, she was awarded highest point scorer and best all round player for 2019.

Dr Danielle Plummer | Knox Vets | Dalby Veterinary Clinic


Dr Belinda Mclean graduated from the University of QLD Gatton in 2020 and joined the Knox Veterinary team as a new graduate. She grew up in St George QLD and has a love for rural communities and the lifestyle it offers. After finishing school she spent her gap year working on a cattle station in the Northern Territory which fuelled her passion to become a veterinarian. Belinda enjoys working with large animals but is just as happy seeing your small furry friends. Outside from work she enjoys riding her horse, walking her dog, having a beer with friends and getting involved in team sports.



Dr Meg Salter is very happy to be back on board with the fantastic team at Knox Vets. With her background in feed lotting cattle she has a special interest in production animal medicine, however, is just as happy in clinic treating your family pet.

Meg's wealth of veterinary knowledge is a great asset to the team. She is on the committee of the Darling Downs Australian Veterinary Association allowing her to keep up to date with advances in Veterinary medicine. Dr Meg was invited to speak at the 2019 National Cattle Veterinarians Conference.

Meg is proud of the Dalby community and is an active and keen contributor to many local organisations.

Elizabeth Weldon | Knox Vets | Dalby Veterinary Clinic


Elizabeth (Liz) Weldon is a Veterinary Technologist and has the role of senior veterinary nurse.  Liz graduated from The University of Queensland in 2007 with a  Bachelor of Applied Science in Animal Studies specialising in Veterinary Technology  and Management.  Liz began her veterinary nursing career working in a mixed animal  practice in Roma after completing year 12.  She has also worked in an equine practice in Toowoomba and in mid 2008 started at Knox Veterinary.  Liz thoroughly enjoys all  aspects of veterinary nursing but has special interests in dog and cat behaviour, anaesthetics and the challenge of high dependency nursing cases.   Liz was awarded Runner Up in the 2012 Provet  Veterinary Nurse of the year awards after being nominated by her co-workers and  clients.  Outside of work, Liz enjoyed relaxing and spending time with her friends and  family.  Liz is kept busy looking after her young family and caring for her many much loved pets.


Zoë Gordon joined the Knox Vet team 2009 and has through knowledge of the day to day runnings of the practice. In 2019 She graduated with her Certificate IV in Veterinary nursing with the Animal Industries Resource Centre (AIRC).  Zoë enjoys assisting and monitoring surgeries and small animal dentals and is looking to enhance her large  animal nursing skills in the future.  Zoë enjoys being part of a strong team both at  work and on the sporting field; she particularly enjoys touch football and netball.

Zoe Gordon | Knox Vets | Dalby Veterinary Clinic


Erin started working at Knox Veterinary in January 2018 after completing multiple stints of work experience throughout school and university. In July 2018 she graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science majoring in Veterinary Technology from the University of Queensland. Erin grew up in Dalby and enjoys attending large animal consults, with a special interest in equine patients. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with family and friends and also her much loved pets.

Erin Marini | Knox Vets | Dalby Veterinary Clinic


Ainsley graduated with a certificate 2 in Veterinary Nursing in 2009 and then furthered her studies in 2012 with graduating with a certificate 4 in Veterinary Nursing from Animal Industries Resource Centre (AIRC). Ainsley's love for animals developed as a young girl when growing up on her family's farm north east of Dalby. She started her Veterinary Nursing career in a mixed animal practice in 2007 at North West Veterinary Clinic in Mt Isa and then moved to Maranoa Veterinary Clinic in Roma. Ainsley enjoys emergency nursing, aiding in high dependency cases, small and large animals and neonatal care. At a peak in her career in 2012 Ainsely was awarded ProVet Veterinary Nurse of the year for her proactive attitude and her impeccable nusing abilites. During Ainsley's spare time she enjoys creative woodwork, spending time with her family and friends, relaxing and looking after her array of animals.

Ainsley Hart | Knox Vets | Dalby Veterinary Clinic


Heidi joined the Knox Vet team in April 2015. Heidi did her training through Bells Vets and worked there for 5 years. Heidi bases her knowlege in providing the absolute best care for both small and large animals and their owners. She strives to achieve comfort and security for clients and their beloved pets. She loves Border Collies but has a special spot for all animals big and small. In her spare time Heidi enjoys spending time with her partner and family and is involved in several community sporting committees.

Heidi Patch | Knox Vets | Dalby Veterinary Clinic


Melissa-Sue started at Knox Veterinary as the receptionist in 2010 after having spent  10 years hairdressing and running her own business.  Melissa is a local girl who enjoys the small country town environment that Dalby still offers to her family.  Melissa is currently extending her business and administration education by undertaking a Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Commerce with USQ. Melissa enjoys the unique dogs that come in with their different personalities and outfits. Melissa assists with business administration and financial management and is our  Number 1 number cruncher!


Jean joined Knox Veterinary in March 2016 as the Practice Manager. She loves a challenge and appreciates the opportunity to work with such a strong and dynamic team. With her heart in the bush and her background in primary production, natural resource managment and community development, she brings fresh eyes to the veterinary business. Jean enjoys the fast paced and diverse nature of working at Knox Veterinary. She is married with 2 children and 2 grandchildren who like to keep her on her toes.



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