Caitlin Verberne

Caitlin Verberne

January 17, 2020

Rural Animal Technician

Caitlin joined MVS in December 2019 as part of our Farm technician team.

Caitlin graduated from Wintec in 2019 with a Certificate in Rural Animal Technology.  Prior to studying Caitlin provided valuable support across our Retail, Admin and Technician teams so we were excited to welcome her back in a permanent role with the practice.

Caitlin has a keen interest in disbudding and pregnancy testing and she enjoys observing and assisting with vet procedures which helps to further her skills and knowledge.

Outside of work Caitlin enjoys traveling, going to concerts and visiting friends and family.

Katelyn Roberts – BVTech

January 29, 2019

Large Animal Veterinary Technologist

Katelyn joined us January 2019 as part of our Farm Services Team.

She graduated from Massey University in 2018 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Technology.

Katelyn assists the vets and techs in many of their day-to-day activities and particularly enjoys bolusing and calf disbudding. She enjoys assisting with surgeries and interesting cases.  She is keen to learn and refine her skills during her role here at MVS.

Outside of work she enjoys playing football and tennis, exploring the outdoors and spending time with family and friends.”

Trevor Chubb

November 26, 2011

Large Animal Technician

Trevor joined MVS in April 2003 as part of our Farm Services team.

Trevor is a valuable member of the Farm team who brings many years of skills and experience to support our Farm veterinarians.  Trevor’s main areas of expertise are calf disbudding, leading the Teatsealing Team, vaccinating, inserting boluses and processing milk and grass samples. He also assists our Farm vets in the field. This includes data entry at pregnancy scanning and assisting with reproductive programs.  You will also often see Trevor delivering goods on farm.

Outside of work Trevor enjoys spending time with his family and has a keen interest in most sports especially the V8 Supercars and supporting The All Blacks.

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