Phil McGee RVN NCert (AnBeh)
Senior Veterinary Nurse & Consultant in Animal Behaviour
I started my career in Veterinary practice way back in 2002 where I began my veterinary nurse training in a small animal practice in Liverpool. After qualifying in February 2006 I left this practice to join a large, 4 surgery veterinary practice in order to gain further experience and continue to improve my knowledge of veterinary care. This I felt was important to ensure I can offer the best and most up to date care and advice to the surgery’s clients and their pets.
I enjoy all aspects of veterinary nursing but have a special interest in animal behaviour. I have both studied and received certificates in companion animal behaviour from the British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA) as well as a post graduate certificate in animal behaviour from the European School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ESVPS).
I have a Border terrier called Frodo who is nearly 4 and together with my partners dogs Meg, a black Labrador and Hatty, a boxer, we all enjoy getting out for long walks in the countryside, particularly if they end up at a cosy country pub.
I’m a great believer in the saying “prevention is better than cure” and working with the Vets4Pets Cheadle team will promote the importance of preventative healthcare so that we may offer our clients the best care for their pets.