Please note Sugarloaf Animal Hospital is working restricted hours during the Covid lockdown.

Those hours are:

Monday & Tuesday – 8:00 – 9:00 Medical Rounds – Phone lines open 9:00 -17:00

Wednesday – Friday  08:00 – 17:00

Alternate Saturdays (2nd and 4th Saturday of the month) from 08:00 – 13:00

Contactless consults – Please call reception on arrival at 02 4955 1833

Please still wear a mask at all times and employ social distancing.

Due to COVID-19, we will only allow one person per consult with animals. Find out more

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Dr Daisy Douglas

Dr Daisy

Name:

Daisy Douglas

Role at SAH

Veterinarian

Qualifications

I have a double degree in Veterinary Biology & Veterinary Science and I graduated in August 2020. 

How long have you worked at SAH?

My entire career.

What is the MOST enjoyable thing about your job?

Every day…  It’s wonderful to have such a positive impact on the animal-human bond. I also love working with such a skilled and knowledgeable team – we all lift each other. 

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Do you have any pets?

I have a large rescue mutt named Clove, who is a big lovable oaf, and a tiny sparrow named Tiny Bird, who keeps me endlessly entertained.

Where is your favourite local place to go for a break?

I love going to Redhead beach with my dog and watching all the different types of dogs frolicking around.

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Sugarloaf Animal Hospital

Where would you go for a good meal out locally?

I love El Chapos in Maitland, they do fantastic burritos and a good sangria

If you could have any animal at all as a pet, what would you choose and why?

I would choose a leopard seal. They are so beautiful and prehistoric. They fascinate and terrify me in equal measure. 

Sugarloaf Animal Hospital Vet
Sugarloaf Animal Hospital Vet

What is interesting about your job?

 I was helping a beautiful lorikeet recover from anaesthetic , which can sometimes make them feel a bit nauseous. The bird was slightly disoriented, so I was gently stroking and talking to it while it came around. It seemed to perk up, so I allowed it toclimb onto my shoulder, where it cuddled close to my cheek. I was very touched by this, until it vomited in my ear! I couldn’t blame the poor bird – and it did seem to feel a lot better afterwards!

Two truths and a lie!

Hover over the statement to find out if it’s true. Green is true and red is a lie. Did you get it right?

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Until I was 12 I wanted to be a blacksmith and make swords (until I realised this may be slightly redundant)

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My twin sister and I used to switch places in exams

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I once got trapped in a shed for a protracted period by an angry barn owl who latched onto the back of my head

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