Meet Our Team

Dr Glenn Sigley

Glenn finished his Veterinary Degree from Sydney University in 1992. He met his future wife Alison in his final year of vet school. Shortly after graduating together they worked and travelled in the UK and around Australia. In 2000 Glenn and Alison settled on the Central Coast with their 2 young boys, and opened Toukley Vet Clinic. They have been looking after pets in the local area ever since.

Glenn is a keen follower of many sports, including cricket and rugby league. He still plays cricket for the Toukley Cricket club with his 2 boys, and has even named his Burmese cat “Ponting”. Glenn is also a devoted Manly fan, but don’t hold that against him!

On a professional level, Glenn is committed to promoting what is best for the health and welfare of the animals in his care. Having been in Toukley for 20 years, Glenn has found it a rewarding experience to look after pets for their whole life.

Dr Alison Sigley

Alison graduated in 1992 from Sydney University earning first class honours. After completing a Large Animal Internship at Sydney Uni in 1993, she enjoyed working as a rural veterinarian in England for 2 years with lots of interesting experiences. These included assisting with lambings, working with Alpacas, and supervising at Agricultural Shows.
Motherhood, marriage to Glenn and settling on the Central Coast followed where Alison completed post graduate studies in Small Animal Medicine gaining membership of the Australian College of Veterinary Surgeons.

Primary interests for Alison include her two sons, native plants and gardening, bird watching, and the beloved family cat “Ponting”. Small animal medicine is Alison’s favourite professional vocation and she always loves a chat in the consult room!


Kylie completed her studies in the NSW Northern Rivers region before moving home to the Central Coast to be closer to her family and joining our team here at Toukley Vets.

Kylie is our very experienced head Veterinary nurse with a strong interest in surgery. She also enjoys her time in reception, getting to know her clients and patients on a more personal level.

When Kylie is not at work she enjoys spending time with her husband Andrew and their two young children Vera and Oscar. There are also plenty of furry family members including “Ira” the German Shepherd, and 3 cats including a recently adopted 15 year old Burmese named “Misty”. “Misty” was owned by an elderly client who sadly passed away, and she wanted her beloved cat to go to a nurturing home.


Britt is a qualified nurse with a keen interest in Emergency Care. Her passion for animals drove her to pursue a career in Veterinary Nursing, and she is very pleased she followed that path.

Britt enjoys furthering her knowledge to provide her patients with the highest level of care. She believes in making a difference to pets in her care, and treats them as if they were her own.

At home, Brittany has a very spoilt Siberian Husky named “Dekota” who loves to go on car rides and frolic at the beach. She loves spending time outdoors in the company of her boyfriend and family.


Ellie is an experienced nurse with a special interest in Animal Behaviour and training. She is a member of the Australian Pet Dog Trainers and Pet Professional Guild of Australia. She regularly attends conferences to keep up to date with the latest methods of pet training. Ellie has also worked extensively with exotic animals including snakes and spiders.

At home there is a menagerie of fur family members including 6 cats, 2 dogs, horses, birds, snakes, lizards and a donkey (smiley face next).

If Ellie had any spare time she would be interested to know what to do with it!

Nic, the clinic cat

“Nic” joined our team in 2015 when he was a cute and fluffy 8 wk old kitten. He was brought in as a stray, and has taken up residence at Toukley Vet Clinic ever since. He loves meeting the variety of pets that visit his home. “Nic” enjoys checking out the local businesses in the Toukley Town Centre, and has a particular interest in staff rooms at lunchtime!

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