305 Fullarton rd, Parkside, Adelaide, South Australia, 5063, Australia
My name is Michelle Vuaran. Two years ago I decided to make a fresh start and took a package from my job at CSIRO as an Experimental Scientist, to pursue a career with dogs. I have seen many injuries within the Agility Sport and it was my passion to study Canine Remedial Massage and Rehabilitation. I have now completed a Veterinary Nursing Cert IV, Practical Rehabilitation for the Veterinary Industry Course and a Canine Remedial Massage Certificate (the latter two both through Canine Health and Wellbeing Academy, Dogs In Motion Canine Rehabilitation- Melbourne Australia). In conjunction with my studies I have been lucky to have had many hours of practical experience working within the rehabilitation field with Adelaide Dog Mobility located at Glenside. I am also a member of the Australian Canine Rehabilitation Association.
Many may know me as a result of my long career competing in Dog Agility, dare I say it 15 years! Or via my role as instructor at the Agility Dog Club Of SA, located at West Beach, for the past 10 years. My two competing dogs, Taz and Mysticskye both achieved the ultimate qualification of Agility Dog Champion. We have represented the State in many National competitions and my beautiful Mystic Skye was National Excellent Agility Champion at the National Agility Championships held in NSW in 2012.
Bachelor of Applied Science in Chemistry and Microbiology University of South Australia 1992
Certificate IV Veterinary Nursing – Open Colleges, 2018
Practical Rehabilitation for the Veterinary Industry Course- Canine Health and Wellbeing Academy, Dogs In Motion Canine Rehabilitation- Melbourne Australia, 2017
Certificate in Canine Remedial Massage Certificate – Canine Health and Wellbeing Academy,
Dogs In Motion Canine Rehabilitation- Melbourne Australia, 2018