Learn more about our team by reading our staff profiles below! Caring for your animal is our top priority.
Greg's veterinary degree was completed at Melbourne University. Following his graduation he worked in several places in Victoria, Tasmania and Mount Gambier.
Greg moved to the Adelaide Hills in 1993, then in 1994 moved to Victor Harbor. He commenced work in Port Lincoln for Dr John Granger at Lincoln Vet Centre in 1997. Greg then set up a mobile horse practice on the Fleurieu Peninsula in 2000 until 2012, when he and Annie Forrest started Vets On Eyre. Greg still has connections with Victor Harbor and does some work there, spending half the week in Port Lincoln and the other half with his wife Christine in Victor Harbor.
Along the way Greg has acquired formal post graduate qualifications in Veterinary acupuncture & has passed the membership examination of the Australian and New Zealand course of Veterinary Scientist in Horse Dentistry.
Outside of work Greg enjoys playing the guitar, swimming, surfing, reading, yoga and keeping fit.
Annie graduated from Murdoch University in Perth with a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery (with First Class Honours) in 1985. Prior to this she obtained an Associate Diploma in Agriculture (Horse Husbandry and Management) from Roseworthy Agricultural College, where the vet school is situated today.
Annie commenced her veterinary career in a mixed country practice at Katanning, in southern WA. She then headed overseas and combined travelling with veterinary locum work in England and Scotland for a year.
On returning to Australia, Annie’s love of mixed practice led her to work at Port Pirie for two years. After marrying an EP farmer and moving to the family farm at Wharminda in 1989, their three children were born. During this busy family time Annie ran a part time veterinary practice from home on the farm and in the surrounding areas, treating everything from birds to bulls and sometimes with children in tow!
In 2004 the family moved to Port Lincoln for the children’s secondary education. Annie worked for Lincoln Veterinary Centre, and then Mooney Veterinary Services, before setting up Vets On Eyre in 2012 with Greg Sezun. After relinquishing ownership in 2016 Annie enjoys continuing to work there, and values the ongoing relationships with clients and their animals.
Annie enjoys the variety and challenges of mixed rural practice, and has a special interest in wildlife and exotic pets - the smaller furred, feathered and scaled critters! She also appreciates the people she has come to know through her work as a vet on Eyre Peninsula and after 27 years is “almost a local”!
Outside work Annie enjoys spending time with family and friends, walking, yoga, travelling, reading and photography. Current pets include a dog, a cat, some sheep, a rabbit and a python.
Dr Issy has been a veterinarian here since February 2016. Originally from the South East, Issy completed her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in Adelaide.
Issy is a country girl at heart and fits in very well with our team. Her professionalism and kind nature are appreciated by everyone.
Outside of work, Issy enjoys camping, fishing, drawing and sewing. She is also a mum to a German short-haired pointer called Cyril.
Dr Maddi is a recent veterinary graduate from Adelaide University, and began working here in November 2017. We are thrilled Maddi has chosen to come to work in our clinic, she is a great asset to our team.
She is originally from the Riverland, and is looking forward to exploring this beautiful part of the country, and getting to know all our wonderful pets and owners.
Outside of work Maddi enjoys swimming, travelling, listening to music, reading and keeping fit. She is also mum to cat Penny.
Lisa started with the business shortly after it began in 2012 and entered as a Vet Nurse working her way up to Practice Manager in 2014. Lisa bought Annie’s share of the business in 2016 and continues as Practice Manager and nurse. Lisa is a wonderful asset to the business, she brings a smile to everyone’s face every day, her empathetic nature and kind heart ensure that every owner and pet feel special and cared for. Fur babies: dogs Taj, Gazza and Molly; cats Fat B, Keg and Milo; horse Okie, Borisette the budgie and Sparky the cockatiel.
Nikki joined the team in October 2014 as Lisa’s ‘all around’ helper. She has a background in Finance and Business Management and has cared for a variety of animals throughout her life. She loves working in the veterinary industry where every day is different. She mostly is involved with running the business side of the company, but she always helps out in any other areas as needed. Her fur babies include dogs Lottie and Sprocket; horse Aussie; cats Jessie, Smooch, Milo and Shelley and turtle Squirtle.
Emma is our qualified Cert IV veterinary nurse whose love for animals began at an extremely young age. Along with her vet nurse training Emma is trained in Equissage and Emmett’s Therapy to provide complementary treatments for our equine patients. Emma has proved to be a huge asset to our clinic, she works tirelessly and has a genuine desire to care for all animals. Her fur babies include two dogs, Jackie and Salior; horses Kelly, Humphrey, Astro, Stormy Bay and Storm and also her pet python Asscara.
Abi joined us in 2015 and is completing her Cert IV. Abi is a tireless worker and is fantastic with our clients and their beloved pets. She is a keen horse rider and enjoys spending time with her horse Silver. Her fur baby is dog Cleo.
Martika is back! We are very happy to have Martika back in Port Lincoln after 2 years in Adelaide. There’s no job too big or too small for Martika. With a passion for animals – Martika is keen to be involved in all aspects of nursing. Her fur babies include dogs Bozo and Ruby and cat Biscuit.
Tamika started with us in 2014 as a school-based apprentice studying her Cert II. After completing Year 12, we employed Tamika and she is currently completing her Cert IV. Tamika is an excellent nurse and she is wonderful with our clients. Her fur babies include cats Myla and Snuggles along with dogs Misty, Tiara and Panda.
We are very pleased to welcome Grace to our team. Grace has been grooming for many years and has proved to be a valuable asset to our clinic. She also has some vet nursing experience and will be able to help out in a nursing capacity.
Hailey started with us in October 2016. Some of you may know her from her work with Mel at EP Dogz. She has proven to be a quick learner and a caring nurse and is keen to start her Certificate IV studies later this year. We are looking forward to seeing her excel in her chosen career.
Meg started working for us in a paid capacity after volunteering to help during the holidays and on weekends since her mum Nikki started with us. Meg has a natural affinity with animals and loves to help in any capacity. Meg comes in to the clinic on Tuesday and Thursday after school – she’s our future vet nurse! Meg spends her weekends hanging out with her friends when she isn't competing in Team Penning and trail riding on her pony Smudge.
Tommy had been with us since 2012, he turned up at the clinic with a mangled back leg which had to be amputated. Being a stray we kept him as he’d won our hearts. Not afraid of the biggest of dogs (or any other animals for that matter), he welcomed them all and kept a very close eye on all of us – especially in the kitchen!! - R.I.P Tommy :-( Unfortunately our favourite workplace supervisor had to be put to sleep in January 2017 due to a serious medical condition. We will miss him always xxx
Lenny, our bearded dragon, came into the clinic from Pet Stock with an injured foot, he'd had a disagreement with another lizard. We decided to keep him :-) He loves to keep an eye on all the comings and goings in the clinic and is also a constant source of entertainment for cats Dennis and Tabitha.
Dennis came into our lives at 6 weeks old via Making A Difference Cat Rescue. We couldn't decide on a name so we decided to do a 'Name Our Clinic Cat' competition. One of our lovely customers chose Dennis the Menace - perfect!!! He is such a cheeky cat and thinks he owns the clinic. All animals and clients are greeted - large and small by our little menace. Every morning he and Tabitha have a play fight, it's very entertaining :-)