I have been in practice since 2009. Having first qualified as a veterinary nursing assistant, I then went on to study at Easton College to become a registered veterinary nurse.
I enjoy all aspects of veterinary nursing, in particular wound care and nursing of critically ill patients. It has been my ambition to work in a modern well-equipped independent practice and therefore was delighted to be offered the opportunity to become a team member at Eaton Vets in 2016.
I have one cat who was seriously injured in a road traffic accident, losing a leg and his tail. As he had no microchip we were unable to locate the owners so I decided to adopt and nurse him back to health.
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