Meet the Team
Dr. Gail Lovell (B.V.Sc., M.A.C.V.Sc.)
Since 1984, Gail has worked exclusively with small animals. Her main field of interest and expertise is in the diagnosis and treatment of medical disorders in dogs and cats. Gail has completed post graduate courses on topics such as internal medicine, cardiology and ophthalmology and was admitted to the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in 1998 as a member in Radiology. This ensures Gail is kept abreast of the rapidly emerging advancements in the major fields of veterinary medicine.
Over the years Gail has developed a team of loyal staff who like herself are committed to veterinary excellence, customer service and care, ensuring the pets of the Redlands receive the best of care and attention at The Redlands Veterinary Clinic.
Dr. Katria Lovell (B.Sc (Equine) B.V.Sc (Hons)
Destiny dictated that Katria was going to work in the veterinary industry. With parents Dr David and Dr Gail Lovell as directors of the family owned and orientated Redlands Veterinary Clinic, Katria grew up in the local Community around animals and veterinary practice. In addition to having worked in both the equine and small animal hospitals at Redlands, Katria has recently returned from working in elite race track practice in Melbourne.
She has a keen interest in internal and emergency medicine, and is very excited to be back headlining the dynamic team at Redlands Veterinary Clinic. She is a bit of a ‘crazy cat vet’ and recently, she completed an advanced course in Feline Medicine, and intends pursuing her Memberships in this field.Dr Kat is thoroughly enjoying being back in the community and invites you to experience the Redlands difference- experience IS the difference, at Redlands Veterinary Clinic.
Dr. Charlotte Lee B.V.Sc (Hons)
Charlotte graduated from the University of Queensland in Gatton, and is very happy to return to the area, having grown up in the Redlands. Charlotte has always loved the veterinary industry, and has a long history with Redlands Vet Clinic, having worked here as a nurse throughout high school before studying veterinary science.
Her particular area of interest lies in small animal medicine as well as emergency/critical care. Recently, she completed a 12-month advanced course in Small Animal Internal Medicine, and intends to pursue her Memberships in this area. When not working, she likes to spend her time camping, reading and exploring the outdoors with her family and menagerie of animals.
Charlotte and her husband Bronson welcomed their first baby, Fletcher, in March 2018, and she is looking forward to teaching him all about the veterinary world as he grows up!
Dr. Rebecca Campbell B.V.Sc
Rebecca graduated from University of Queensland in 2015. She has a passion for treating all creatures great and small but has a particular passion for canine medicine and surgery. Rebecca has four dogs, one elderly cat and chickens. Rebecca is a poodle enthusiast and frequently has her poodle Coco at work with her.
Dr. Chloe Oxford B.V.Sc
Dr. David Lovell (B.V.Sc., M.A.C.V.SC., Q.D.A.H., G.C.M)
Partner and Business Manager
Dr Lovell has been the principal and founding partner for the Redlands Veterinary Clinic since its inception in 1978, and now The Horse Hospital at Wadham Park. His 48 years in equine practice have included four years in a large racing and breeding practice in the USA, periods of 1 year each in the equine clinics of the Universities of Melbourne and Queensland, and a 3 year research project at the University of Sydney. He has presented technical papers at veterinary conferences in Australia, USA, and Europe and has been the author of chapters in several text books. Dr Lovell has been President of the Australian Equine Veterinary Association and an executive member for 15 years.
He is currently a Director of the Australian Veterinary Association and a member of the Veterinary Surgeons Board of Queensland,. He is a Member of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in Equine Surgery, and an FEI accredited veterinarian. He offers a lifetime of experience in equine veterinary medicine and surgery, a very high profile in the Australian veterinary profession, and a long involvement in competitive horse sports, to his equine patients and their owners.
Dr. Keith Law (B.V.Sc.)
Dr Keith Law graduated from University Of Queensland in 2007 with a Bachelor Of Veterinary Science. He has worked for Redlands Vet Clinic as a veterinarian since his graduation, achieving his 10 year anniversary in 2018. Dr Keith is our resident head surgeon, having completed the Centre for Veterinary Education Surgery course. He performs even the most complicated of surgeries in house here at Redlands, with great emphasis on his ability to perform Cruciate ligament surgeries, Zepps Ear procedures and anal gland removals.
In the future he plans to undertake his membership in Surgery. Dr Keith works closely with Dr Gail and Dr Kat on all small animal cases, as well as Dr David in the Equine clinic and and acts as a mentor for our junior vets, helping them to improve their surgical skills. Dr Keith is proud fur-father to his cat Stu, a REDVET rescue and Instagram sensation – check her out @stupiagram
Our Nurses and Support Team
Abbey has maintained an active interest in all things equine for her whole life, but left us for a period of time to work in corporate finance. Abbey graduated from QUT with a degree in Marketing and Finance, and has a wealth of experience in customer service, administration and client relations.
Abbey is a proud Mother to two gorgeous rescue kittens, Louis and Camilla, and is particularly committed to ensuring that all of our clients, both two legged and four, enjoy their REDVET experience.
In her spare time she loves camping, hiking, illustrating and spending time with her husband Ryan and her two hand-reared kittens, Toxo and Plasmo.
Holly brings with her a wealth of experience and energy and we are so excited to have her on board with us!
She works as both a nurse and receptionist, though you will most often find her on the front desk, as she is very committed to our clients and their experience here at the clinic. Erin is a busy Mum to two young boys, Benson and Tate, and loves spending time with them and her husband Timo.
Olivia joined Team REDVET mid 2018 as a receptionist. Before becoming a mum to two girls she was head receptionist in a large veterinary practice in New Zealand.
She brings with her extensive customer service experience and enjoys interacting with clients of both two and four legged variety.
Kira is one of our senior veterinary nurses, with a special interest in patient comfort and wellbeing.
Kira is a qualified Certificate IV Veterinary Nurse, with a wealth of experience in the pet care industry. She and her partner are kept busy with their two dogs.
Mikaela joined the REDVET team in 2015. Mikaela has always had a love and passion for animals. After spending time in the large animal hospital for 2 years, you’ll now find Mikaela at reception.
Mikaela is now extending her knowledge within the clinic by helping out our Practice Manager with admin work.
When Mikaela is not at work, she loves hanging out with her cat named Spice or family dog named Jett.
Veterinary Nurse/Client Services
Junior Veterinary Nurse
Junior Veterinary Nurse
Tegan has a keen interest in horse riding, and in her spare time, she enjoys competing in archery competitions with her horse.
Equine Veterinary Nurse
Equine Veterinary Nurse
I have been involved with horses for most of my life, with most of those years showing horses & the early years involved with breeding horses on the family stud. I still actively compete and occasionally do some judging.
I have been married 29 years & have 2 grown up sons.
My name is Zack and I have a cat named Onion, I love working in an environment that helps animals in need, while working with people that care about. I also love having the opportunity to be creative in the garden. Every day is exciting, challenging and a new adventure. It’s the best job I’ve ever had!