Dr Anna Platt
Veterinarian BVSc (Hons) MVS
Anna graduated Dux of her year in 1989 from Melbourne University and began her career there as a Medical and Surgical Intern in Dogs and Cats. After completing her Masters of Veterinary Studies she worked as an Emergency Vet in Melbourne before travelling to England for some fun and more experience. In 1996 she joined Murray at the Middle Brighton Veterinary Centre.
Anna’s interests lie in medicine and animal behaviour and runs the Clinic’s Puppy School Program. She is a compassionate vet & dedicated to the health and welfare of all the patients in the practice.
Growing up Anna always wanted to be a vet and has never been without a pet in her life. Family life if busy for Murray and Anna – they have two daughters, Madeline and Olivia. Neither have elected to follow in their parent’s footsteps.
They have 3 cats – Truffles – a white cat – that is rarely ever white and Cali – a very independent Tabby, who has Feline Epilepsy and the newest member, Moo a spunky black and white cat
When not looking after her family and pets, Anna enjoys reading, sewing and walking.
In 2024 they hope to welcome a new arrival – a new puppy – Border terrier of course!