Dr Renee Brigg - Daisy Hill Veterinary Clinic
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(07) 3808 1085

5 Allamanda Drive
Daisy Hill 4127

Dr Renee Brigg

Dr ReneeDr Renee Brigg is a senior veterinarian, with close to 20 years’ experience in small animal practice since graduating with Honours from the University of Queensland. Dr Renee has worked in veterinary practice in the UK, as well as working all around Australia, including Alice Springs, the Barossa Valley, Broome, Darwin and all over Queensland, being able to combine her career with exploring our beautiful country has been a wonderful and rewarding experience.

Having grown up with dogs in Mackay in Central Queensland, Renee has always had an affinity for animals and completed a Bachelor of Veterinary Science at the University of Queensland in 2002.

Renee is known for being a kind-hearted and empathetic veterinarian. Her excellent communication skills help make it easier for clients to make the right clinical decisions for their pets as she takes the time to explain each step clearly. Renee loves the variety that general practice brings and is currently undertaking extra study in feline and canine internal medicine to further her knowledge in these fields. Renee has completed several courses in diagnostic ultrasound, which compliments her clinical skills. Renee is also an experienced soft tissue surgeon.

Describing herself as friendly and adventurous, Renee’s main hobby outside of work is challenging hiking expeditions and has completed several world-famous hikes including the Inca Trail, Kokoda Trail and the Cradle Mountain hike in Tasmania. More recently, in 2021, Renee has volunteered for the Kokoda Youth Foundation, leading a hike with 8 teenagers, aged between 15-17 years, for 96km in under 40 hours. Through this youth development program, Renee has been an inspiration to many young people, who have managed to achieve their goals under her mentorship.

Renee currently has a Domestic Short-Haired cat named Sherlock, who has been a great travel companion on her adventures around Australia over the past years.