Dr Aaron Moles BVSc BSc(Vet) MACVSc (SAS) DipECVS
European and Australian recognised Specialist in Small Animal Surgery
Dr Aaron Moles is a registered specialist in small animal surgery. After graduating from the University of Sydney in 1994, he owned and ran a successful small animal clinic in the northern suburbs of Brisbane for more than ten years. Aaron became a member of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists by examination in Small Animal Surgery in 2005. In 2006 he took up a position with Murdoch University in Western Australia as a surgeon in their small animal referral hospital and subsequently completed formal residency training programs with both the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists and the European College of Veterinary Surgeons. By examination, he is a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Scientists, a qualification that affords worldwide recognition as a small animal surgical specialist.
Following graduation from the University of Melbourne in 2010 with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science, Eben continued to work in his home town of Melbourne in small animal general and emergency practice. In 2015 he lived in the UK and worked in small animal practice, whilst playing semi-professional cricket. Upon returning later that year, he became partner in a large practice in the northern suburbs of Melbourne and in 2016 obtained membership to the Emergency and Critical Care chapter of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists by examination. Although Eben had worked primarily in emergency practice his passion always lay with surgery and in 2018 Eben moved to the sunny Perth to begin a 12 month internship at WAVES. During this same year he obtained entry into the Surgical Chapter of the College by examination, and in 2019 Eben began a three year surgical residency training program at WAVES. Although a long way from his family, Eben is loving his time in Perth, and considers it his home away from home. Eben has keen interest in orthopaedic surgery as well as emergency and trauma surgery.
Cathy started her nursing career in 1987, finishing her Advanced Certificate in Veterinary Nursing, as it was called back then, in 1990 at Box Hill TAFE, Melbourne. During her long career as a nurse she has worked within many veterinary fields including emergency, specialist dentistry, specialist surgery and medicine, and practice management. She has also worked for many years within the veterinary wholesaling business as an account manager and customer service representative. Cathy’s role within WAVES is very exciting as she gets to draw on all her years.