Dr Darren Cibilic (BVSc, MVS) Practice Principal
Darren Cibilic graduated from the University of Sydney in 1990. Darren has also completed his Masters Degree in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery. He is accredited to perform hip dysplasia screening with the PennHip method and also with Kyon to perform Tibial Tuberosity Advancement to repair injury to the cranial cruciate ligament.
As a student, Darren started work at the RSPCA in Yagoona, initially working as an animal attendant and then as a veterinarian, and stayed a total of eight years. Since then Darren has been working in the Sutherland Shire and is the owner and manager of the Sutherland and Como Veterinary Clinics.
Darren owns 4 dogs, 2 cats, 2 horses, 2 cows, 10 chickens and 6 ducks! Along with 3 children, this keeps him very busy when he is not working at the clinic. Darren likes to play golf and waterski.
Dr Kerry Marais (BVSc Hons)
Dr Kerry Marais qualified as a Veterinary Surgeon 15 years ago at the University of Pretoria (South Africa). Kerry has worked in South Africa and the UK, and has a special interest in Surgery. She has been working at Sutherland Veterinary Clinic for the last three and a half years.
Kerry enjoys hiking, scuba diving and travelling in her downtime and is currently the servant to two awesome ginger cats.
Dr Abigail Law (BVSc)
Dr Abigail Law BvSc graduated from University of Sydney in 2013. She has been working in small animal practice in Sydney suburbs since graduating and joined Sutherland Veterinary Clinic at the end of 2015. She enjoys most aspects of veterinary science especially internal medicine and soft tissue surgery. In her spare time, she loves hiking and enjoying the outdoors. She lives with a cheeky cat named “Casper”, who was a rescue and has one blue and one amber eye.
Dr Kathryn Stalder (BSc(Vet), BVSc)
Dr Kathryn Stalder graduated from the University of Sydney in 2005 with a BSc(Vet) and a BVSc with first class honours. She has worked in small animal practice since then, both in Australia and overseas. She has experience in both general practice and emergency medicine, and spent 2 years undertaking a residency in medicine of Australian wildlife and completing her MVSc through the University of Melbourne. She has gained membership by examination with the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Small Animal Medicine and Australasian Wildlife Medicine, and has served as an examiner for the college in Small Animal Medicine.
Kathryn enjoys all aspects of veterinary practice, but especially loves management of the more complicated medical cases, clinical pathology, ultrasonography and wildlife/exotic animal medicine. She has recently joined the team at Sutherland Veterinary Clinic, but grew up here in the Sutherland Shire. She doesn’t have much downtime, but enjoys playing with her son and meeting the demands of her very spoiled cat Charlotte.