I was born and raised in Melbourne, Australia. At the age of five, I told my mother, with firm commitment, that I wanted to be an ‘animal doctor’. Some 20 years later I graduated with a degree in Veterinary Science from Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand in 2006.
I began my veterinary career at Cliffe Veterinary Group in East Sussex, England. I then made the move to London and I took on the role of Clinical Director at Chadwell Heath Veterinary Practice. I then joined The Village Veterinary Group (CVS) as Clinical Director, managing four busy hospitals and 55 staff. Whilst living in London, I completed an Executive MBA at the world renowned Cass Business School.
In between these permanent positions I have worked in another 20 hospitals for varying lengths of time.
I made the move to California in the fall of 2011 and live in San Francisco with my black and white cat Monstey. In my spare time I enjoy travelling, fly-fishing, cycling and diving.
I try to offer my clients and their pets health care advice that is honest, ethical and compassionate. I have strong experiences in advanced medical cases and imaging techniques such as ultrasonography, and also see exotic and farm species such as rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, birds, reptiles, pigs, goats and even fish!
In 2017 Dr. Moffatt was awarded the California Veterinary Medical Association's "Veterinarian of the Year". This award recognizes Dr. Moffatt's hard work and dedication to his patients, clients and staff alike and rewards his focus on education, training and progressive medicine. He is also an active board member for the Alameda County Veterinary Medical Association.
You can contact Dr. Moffatt at: [email protected]