We pride ourselves on providing the best veterinary care and services for your pets.
Monday - Friday 8.00am - 6.00pm
Saturday 8.00am - 1.00pm
After hours emergency contact:
Animal Emergency Service
1 Lexington St, Underwood QLD 4119
Marsden Veterinary Surgery has been at its current location for over 20 years. A major renovation was undertaken in 2008 which has resulted in a modern, spacious practice with up to date equipment and in 2019 we gave our brand and building a new fresh and contemporary look! Our patients' records are maintained on a sophisticated computer system making your pet’s medical history available at the touch of a button. Our highly qualified team of Veterinarians include Dr James Osman, Dr Natasha Alexander and Dr Charlene Koh and they have interests and experiences in internal medicine, dentistry, exotic animals, orthopaedic and soft tissue surgeries, and more. Our friendly team members are actively involved in continuing education to ensure that their knowledge and skills are continually updated. At Marsden Veterinary Surgery we strive to provide professional, compassionate, quality care for your much loved pets. We welcome you and your pet to meet our team at anytime.
James graduated from The University of Queensland and he has since worked in the UK in small animal practice. He came back to Brisbane in 2015, where he joined the Marsden Vet team. James has a keen interest in exotic animals as well as surgery, partically orthopaedic surgery. In his spare time James enjoys kayaking, fishing, car restoration and any outdoor activity.
Natasha graduated from the University of Queensland in 2014 and has since worked in Brisbane small animal practice. Prior to completing her degree, Tash spent many years volunteering at the RSPCA veterinary clinic, where she met her rescue foxie, baby Kyla. In 2018, Tash joined the Marsden Vet team; with a keen interest in internal medicine and soft tissue surgery. When Natasha is not at work or travelling the world, she is kept busy looking after Kyla, her border collie Lexington and her menagerie of cats; Audrey, Clicky, Joe, Monkey and Tiger.
Charlene graduated from the University of Queensland in 2015 and has since worked in small animal practice. She has a strong passion for animal welfare and a keen interest in both medicine and surgery. When not at work, Charlene is found looking after her rescue greyhound Dobby and her rescue cats Rose, Mary and Ella.
Being born and raised in South Africa, Dion had the kind of introduction into a career in the care of animals that Australian trained vets only get to dream about. As a school leaver, Dion studied Nature Conservation, and worked for 3 years for the Natal Parks Board as a ranger, working amongst the amazing wildlife of Africa on land and at sea. Dion’s exciting experiences include getting up close and personal with Great White Sharks and Seals off the South African Coast, whilst participating in the tagging and monitoring of these magnificent creatures.
Dion completed his Veterinary degree and went on to work in large and small animal practices in South Africa, the UK, and NZ before settling on the Sunshine Coast with his young family. Their home is a menagerie of creatures, with birds and dogs, and a blue tongue lizard, which Dion and his daughters reared after rescuing it from a roadside as an injured baby. Dion is an avid water sportsman; he has solo swum the English Channel and is now a keen kite boarder.
Dion is passionate about surgery, and in 2011, after rigorous written and oral examinations, he gained his Membership to the Australian College of Veterinary Surgeons, in Small Animal Surgery.
Christiana joined the Marsden Vet team 16 years ago, straight out of school. When not at work or running around after her kids, she is looking after her Chihuahua, Salsa and two rescue Great Dane X's, Diva and Leelou. Christiana enjoys all aspects of veterinary nursing and is happy to discuss any issues you may find with your animals.
Nikita volunteered at Marsden Vet through school programs and became part of the team in 2012. She has a keen interest in canine behaviour, training and rehabilition. When not at work, Nikita is training and competing in agility with her border collies Bliss, Envy and Hype. She also has a senior dog called Minkah a chihuahua x dachshund,at home who started her love for agility, and a rescue cat called Tinsel.
Prior to joining the Marsden Vet team in 2017, Carly worked in mixed animal practice in Roma (regional Queensland). Carly has a keen interest in surgery and is always happy to have a cuddle with any patient. When not at work, Carly is found at the beach with her rottweiler Rex, border collie Lacey and rescue terrier Mowgli. She also has two ragdoll cats, Marco and Mitzy.
Ash joined the Marsden Vet team in 2018 but has been nursing in other practices in Brisbane for over 10 years. She has a keen interest in canine reproduction and nutrition. When not at work, Ash can be found in the show ring with her two Japanese Spitz, Winnie and Luna.
Vanessa joined the Marsden vet team in 2018 after being a work experience student while completing her veterinary nursing course. She has been a volunteer at the RSPCA wildlife hospital for many years and has a keen interest in all wildlife and exotic animals. Vanessa has a lot of animals at home including guinea pigs, lizards, birds, chickens, two rescue dogs - Jackson and Vader, and her menagerie of rescue cats - Anubis, Athena, Chloe, Fluffy, Mara and Selene. When not at work or looking after the animals, Vanessa runs a grooming business and likes to go on motorbike rides with her husband.