After graduating from the University of Melbourne, Laura worked in mixed practice in South Gippsland for two years. She worked predominately with dairy cattle and horses, and then completed four months of locum work around Victoria, mostly focusing on emergency care of small animals.
As is the case with many young Australian vets, the appeal of working in the UK and travelling around Europe drew her to spend eighteen months working and travelling abroad. She worked primarily in a gold standard referral clinic in London, where she enjoyed managing predominantly medical cases.
At the end of this time, she spent five months driving through Europe with her husband and their (not so) faithful, thirty year old campervan.
Laura is enjoying being back home in Gippsland, living with her cat Mortey, German Wirehair Pointer Shirley, and Warmblood horse Figaro. In her spare time she is also studying her Certificate of Advance Veterinary Practice (a UK based higher veterinary qualification).