Stacey joined our Well Beings team in 2021. She has previously worked in the Pet Food industry for over 8 years moving her love and interests into holistic pet care for animals.

Stacey is currently completing a course on medicinal plants, then continuing further studies in Animal Nutrition. In Stacey’s free time, she enjoys her families company, exploring wildlife & nature, arts & music.

Whilst being around her pack of; Latte the Maltese x Chihuahua, Apollo the German Shepard x Husky, Ocean the Staffordshire, Perisa & Kai the cats, Bugs & Psycho the rabbits, Houdini the guinea pig, Bobby the Cockatiel & the fish.


Di’s career in the animal industry spans over two decades, bringing an invaluable wealth of knowledge of pet nutrition and natural health care, she has also established a reputation of building relationships with our store and rehab customers and their pets here at WellBeings. Di lives regional, devoting her time outside of work to her two legged family and her rescued fur babies. She prides herself on being an advocate of all animal's and their rights, and believes in an holistic approach for their Wellbeing.


Originally from the UK Holly relocated to Australia in 2015. After working in various roles she craved a new challenge and a career change was in order. Her love for animals and a creative flair made dog grooming the perfect choice. She completed a course in 2018. She says it's the best thing she's ever done and takes pride in her work, treating every dog as if it was her own with the ethos 'humanity before vanity'. Holly started working at Well Beings in January 2020. She loves working with like-minded individuals in a beautiful peaceful environment. Working with Acupuncturists, Pet Nutritionists, Vets, Hydrotherapists, Physios and Osteopaths is so rewarding, such a wealth of knowledge all in one place. Holly's pooches Echo and Ivy the Tibetan Spaniels, love coming and hanging out at work and of course enjoys the array of treats in store at Well Beings.



Alex has recently joined the team at Well Beings Holistic Petcare. She has been a veterinarian for 11 years working with animals big and small but is most passionate about animal rehabilitation. After years of seeing pets struggle with arthritis, and difficulties recovering from surgery she decided to dedicate more of her time to helping these patients. Last year she qualified to become a certified canine rehabilitation therapist (CCRT) and is already enjoying seeing the benefit that a combination of hydrotherapy, laser therapy and an individualised rehabilitation program can have on pets’ lives.