My career in the veterinary industry started in 2011 when I worked voluntary at a local veterinary practice, until I was offered a full time position and the opportunity to study to become a registered veterinary nurse. In 2016 I qualified as a RVN at the College of Animal Welfare. In July this year, I started a new venture as part of the night team here at Sutterton Veterinary Hospital, working through the night to ensure hospitalised patients are cared for 24/7 and any emergencies that arise in the night can be dealt with swiftly.
I enjoy all aspects of my job but particularly inpatient care. I think it's really important that your pet is treated as one of the family and we can make their stay in the hospital as comfortable as possible. It's such a rewarding feeling when you have nursed a patient back to health and you see them reunited with their family.
In the small amount of spare time I have, I enjoy spending time with my whippet, Frank, finding new walks and places for him to do zoomies. My love for sighthounds developed after I spent 4 years living on site at a greyhound rescue kennels, caring for all the georgous rescue greyhounds that just wanted a sofa to lay on! Greyhounds are somewhat overlooked as a chosen breed for pets, but they really are the most placid and gentle dogs, all with their own quirky personalities and love nothing more than a cuddle on the sofa!
We use 3 different types of cookies on our website. You can say which ones you're happy for us to use below.
These cookies do things like keep the website secure. They always need to be on.