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Meet The Cirencester Vet Team | Vets4Pets
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Vets4Pets Cirencester

Meet the Cirencester Vet Team

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Martina Eyre-Brook MRCVS

Practice Owner & Senior Veterinary Surgeon

I am the Senior Vet and owner of Vets4Pets Cirencester. Since I was little girl I was fascinated by veterinary medicine and as soon as I could, I started helping out, after school, in my local small animal vet practice. There was no doubt that I would study Veterinary Medicine and in 2001 I graduated from University of Veterinary Science, Hannover / Germany. I continued straight away writing my doctoral thesis at the University whilst working passionately in small animal hospitals.

In 2009 I married my English husband,who served in the British Army based in Germany, and soon after we moved back to England. Since then I have worked in several different small animal surgeries from Cambridge in the East, to Winchester and on to Poole on the South coast, in line with 2 yearly Army postings.

Finally we are able to settle down and I am so happy that I get the chance to fulfil my dream of leading my own vet practice. I absolutely love all aspects of being a vet, my particular areas of interest are ultrasound, internal medicine, behaviour and 'small furries'. At home I enjoy spending time with my two boys and my husband, our Polo horses, two rescue cats “Monty & Mowgli’ and two dogs ‘Lilly & Lulu’.

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Ionela Muca

Veterinary Surgeon

Having always loved animals, I was able to follow a career in veterinary medicine after graduating in 2011 in Bucharest, Romania.

Moved to the UK in 2013 and since then been working in small animal practice around Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire. 

Recently I have joined Vets4Pets Cirencester after moving in the lovely Cotswolds where my future husband relocated as a mixed animal practice vet. 

I have a passion for dermatology  as well as for small animal surgery.

In my spare time my fiancée and I love cycling, horse riding and long walks discovering the amazing landscapes around Cotswold.

I have a very loud love-bird called Cocorico and a rescued hamster called Speedy.

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Sharon Cuss

Senior Nurse & Practice Manager

I qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 1993 and have worked in many practices since.

I have an interest in the management side of veterinary practice and have gained a further qualification in this area by completing a certificate in practice management and administration.

As a practice we do see a lot of rabbits so I have also completed a rabbit awareness course.I have a border terrier called Oakley. He is very active so I spend most of my spare time going for long walks and attending agility and training classes with him.

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Amy Woore

Veterinary Nurse

I started my career with animals when I left school in 1994! I worked as an unqualified nurse for 2 years, after bring "adopted" by a lovely local vet!  During this time I decided that I would  like to study for a qualification relating to animals, so off I went to Hartpury College to study for a National Diploma in Animal Care and then a BSc (Hons) in Animal Science. I enjoyed studying so much for 5yrs that I decided to spend a further 2yrs studying for my veterinary nursing qualification.

I love all aspects of veterinary nursing with a particular interest in surgical nursing and the laboratory.

I am married with a young son, two cats, Spartacus and Sirus and a beautiful Labrador called Jess. In my spare time I enjoy walking, cycling and anything to do with interior design, especially up-cycling. I look forward to meeting you and your pet soon!

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Cindy Turner

Veterinary Nurse

I qualified in 1987 and started at Vets4Pets Cirencester in May 2015. I love working with cats, especially the 'difficult' ones. I gained over the years a diploma in feline behaviour and due to my involvement in that area I have three wonderful rescue cats, Katie, Shellie and Killer. All of them come with a tail to tell to how to be with me. 

But to do the dog world justice I have as well a very active Jack Russell Terrier, Madison. She has walked the Ridgeway path with me to raise funds for the Cambridge veterinary university cancer unit. 

Please come and see me in the nurse clinics, which I really enjoy. I am always on the other end of the phone for you for advise or consult me regarding cat behaviour. 

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Julie Amos


I have lived in the area for over 25 years, I am a Mum of 6 and a Grandmother.

I have an array of animals including two puppies, Radley who is a Morkie and Benton a German Shepherd, Cassie a Persian cat and a corn snake.

I did keep tarantulas but so many of my family/friends didn’t share my enthusiasm.

I am really looking forward to welcoming all our Clients and their pets in my role as Receptionist.

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I have lived on the family farm all my life where we have five Labradors. I studied biology at Southampton University due to my lifelong love of animals and I'm really looking forward to meeting the pets of Cirencester at reception.

In my spare time I enjoy helping out on the family farm, walking/playing with our dogs, baking (Mary Berry has nothing to fear) and crochet.

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Stephanie Whitehouse


I have lived in the cotswolds most of my life and have recently bought a house in Cirencester with my Fiance.  I have two rabbits called Rupurt and Penny. Penny is a Lionhead Cross and Rupurt is a Netherland Dwarf Cross. 

I am currently doing a Veterinary Nurse Assistant course online and in my free time I do many crafts including pottery, sewing, leather, cake decorating, button art and bookbinding. 

I love animals and can't wait to meet all your pets.

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Alfie Rowlands


Where would I be without my furry baby Tyson the rock 'n' roll Chihuahua!? My aim in life is to make a difference and have a positive impact on animal welfare. I look forward to getting involved with charities and training to become a veterinary nurse, which would give me the skills to be able to volunteer my services anywhere in the world! 

I really look forward to meeting all of you and your pets!