Veterinary Surgeon and Partner
I qualified form Cambridge University Veterinary School in 2005 and worked in Powys and Shropshire before taking the exciting opportunity to become a Vets4Pets partner in Wrexham in 2011.
I love seeing new patients and owners coming into the practice, and then being able to greet them as friends as we get to know them. I see our role as a way of helping you to look after your pets and it is such a privilege to be able to do so.
As the partner in the practice, I also get a huge amount of satisfaction from enabling the staff to utilise their own ideas, and realise their own potential. Our endeavours to become a recognised Cat Friendly Practice, and to set up Osteoarthritis & Pain Management Clinics have come from ideas direct from the team. To be able to facilitate the idea turning into reality is very rewarding, and, importantly, it is the pets under our care who get to truly benefit.
I take cases from the RSPCA, and I also enjoy working with the wonderful team at the Cats Protection Wrexham Adoption Centre. I visit the centre every week to examine new arrivals and any cats under treatment; and any neutering or surgeries required are performed back at the practice.
Life is always busy: I live with my husband and two young children on a farm near Oswestry where we have sheep and cattle, and our slightly unruly sheepdog, Nell! I enjoy taking the children out and about especially into the great outdoors, and we are also now getting into going to summer festivals.
We are really looking forward to meeting you and welcoming you into our practice.