I qualified in 1979 from the Royal Veterinary College in London. I have worked in Kingsbridge, my home town, since 1989. I enjoy working with all species in our mixed practice. In the spring of 2013 I attended a 4 day acupuncture course, becoming a member of the Association of British Veterinary Acupuncturists (ABVA). I have enjoyed using this skill within the modern veterinary practice. In my spare time I enjoy taking our boat down to Salcombe and walking our dogs.
Veterinary Surgeon. I qualified from Liverpool University in 1984. I always wanted to be a vet and thoroughly enjoy my job. I work part-time now, as I have children, and I'm particularly interested in surgery and feline medicine. Outside of work, I enjoy dog walking, swimming and socialising.
Angela qualified from the Royal Veterinary College, London in 2009.
I am the Head Veterinary Nurse at Selworthy, I qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2005, after attending Bicton College of Agriculture. I thoroughly enjoy my job and take particular interest in laboratory work, behaviour and medical nursing. In my spare time, I enjoy riding my horses.
I am a Qualified Veterinary Nurse and have worked at Selworthy Vets since 2005. I passed my exams in 2007, after attending the Veterinary Nursing course at Bicton College of Agriculture. In September 2012, I completed a course to become a clinical coach to assist with the training of trainee nurses. In my spare time I enjoy walking with my dogs and spending time with my family.
I qualified from Bicton College as a Veterinary nurse in 2013. I then went travelling to Australia and New Zealand for 6 weeks which I thoroughly enjoyed and hope to go back again in the future. I enjoy all aspects of my Job but have special interests in Surgical Nursing, Animal welfare and helping wildlife. In my spare time I like to spend time with family and friends, going to the beach, cycling, kayaking, driving my classic Austin Mini 1000 and walking our two dalmatian x Collies on the beaches and moors! I am looking forward to the next couple of years as we are going to be organising a lot of charity events, to raise money for me and Natasha to do a charity trek in Iceland.
After completing my BSc Veterinary Nursing degree and graduating from the Royal Veterinary College in 2011, I was offered a job back at Selworthy Vets in July 2013. I completed a years work placement at Selworthy as part of my university degree in 2007, so it has been nice to join the team again. I feel my role as an RVN fulfilling and find it very rewarding, I enjoy the day to day variety of cases, especially the nursing of intensive care patients and running nurse clinics.
In September 2013, I completed a clinical coaching course, so I am now able to assist with the training of Student Veterinary Nurses and I am also one of the trained First Aiders at the practice. I also run a three week Puppy Party course at the practice on Tuesday afternoons. In my free time, I enjoy rowing, playing netball and mixed hockey, spending time with my husband Jacob and our families and friends and walking our two Dalmatian x Collies, Jasper and Marley, on the beaches and moors.
I have worked in mixed practice for over twenty years and enjoy the variety of tasks I have to tackle. I am a town Councillor and enjoy being involved in community projects, from Kingsbridge in Bloom to the Cookworthy Museum. In my spare time I enjoy boating (in the summer), riding my horse and walking our two dogs.
I returned back to working at Selworthy in September 2015, after working a nine month maternity cover in 2014. I qualified as a Animal Nursing Assistant in 2007. I particularly enjoy the medical side of nursing. When I am not at work, I love being outdoors spending time with my three spaniels and my horse.
I have been working as a Veterinary Nursing Assistant at Selworthy for a number of years now and I enjoy all aspects of working in a busy mixed animal veterinary practice but these days I tend to do more office based admin including all the accounts and insurance claims. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, friends and walking my dogs.
I am currently working towards my animal nursing qualification and in September I am going to study at Taunton and Bridgewater college to gain my Veterinary Nursing qualification. In my spare time i like to walk my Boxer dog Bernard.
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