Vets4Pets logo
Text size:
Menu
Walking dog.jpg

Vets4Pets Daventry

Meet the team

Sian V4P Daventry.JPG

Sian Harper MRCVS

Practice Owner and Veterinary Surgeon

I qualified as a veterinary surgeon from Bristol Veterinary School in 2011. Since qualifying I have been in both mixed and small animal practice and have even spent some time working in the depths of the Amazon Jungle at a rescue centre for monkeys and other Amazonian species.

I have a keen interest in exotics, especially geckos - they are just so cute! I would like to work towards a certificate specialising in exotics in the future. 

At home I have a menagerie of animals that keep me busy in my spare time, including three shelties who you may see running round the practice.

Fiona V4P Daventry.JPG

Fiona Grief MRCVS

Practice Owner and Veterinary Surgeon

Originally from Somerset, I qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 2012. After moving to Rugby I worked in farm animal practice for three years, before realising it's much warmer and dryer working with small animals inside!

I have a keen interest in surgery and shall be undertaking a certificate in small animal surgery in the future. 

I have a black labrador called May, who many clients will have met in the practice. Outside of work I regularly travel back to Somerset to visit family and friends, taking part and judging the Somerset Guy Fawkes Carnivals.


 

Sasha V4P Daventry.jpg

Sasha Kerriage

Registered Veterinary Nurse

I qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse from the College of Animal Welfare in 2005 after working in both mixed (large and small animal) and small animal practices since I finished my Animal Welfare Diplomas at Moulton College.

I have an interest in medical and surgical nursing and enjoy running nurse clinics on a number of topics to ensure we are offering the best possible care for your pets.

When I am not in uniform, I like to spend time with my little family at our favourite place outside of Daventry – Swanage.  I love catching up with friends and family when I can, and love eating out with them.  We have a cat called Louis & a speedy little Tortoise called Linford.



Becky Winter.JPG

Becky Winter

Registered Veterinary Nurse

I qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2008, and have enjoyed working in both small and large animal practice since qualifying. I also have further qualifications in physiotherapy and hydrotherapy to aid recovery of our surgical patients, and am a qualified veterinary oral care nurse to help pets keep their teeth clean!

I love running nursing clinics, helping our clients give their pets the best care possible. The best part of my job is the variety of my clinics – no day is ever the same.

When I am not in uniform, I like to spend time with my husband walking our two dogs – Dora and Pascal. We also have 2 snakes and a hamster at home to look after. I also love going to the cinema with friends or getting lost in a good book!

 

Megan Slade.jpg

Megan Slade

Student Veterinary Nurse

I’m in my first year studying to be a veterinary nurse at Morton Morrell College, Warwickshire. I’ve always had a passion for animals, and from my personal experience, it is always the nursing team that have the biggest opportunity to provide care and reassurance to their patients. I’m loving that every day is never the same, and the best part of the job for me is knowing that by caring for the patients I’m helping them get better.

When I’m not working I love spending time with friends and family, travelling and experiencing new cultures. I have 2 cats that keep me very busy, and have just added a little tortoise to the family!

 

Sue V4P Daventry.jpg

Sue Horn

Receptionist

I started at Vets4Pets Daventry just prior to opening as a full practice, so it has been great to experience the changes as the practice grow. Having previously worked in human healthcare it’s been interesting expanding my knowledge to include veterinary care.

Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, going for walks with our elderly labrador-collie cross Buster and exploring new places in our caravan!


Sarah V4P Daventry.jpg

Sarah Griffin 

Receptionist

As a receptionist I’m your first point of call when you visit the practice and the friendly voice at the end of the phone. Having been at Vets4Pets Daventry since December 2016 it’s been great to have been able to help right from the start! Having previously worked in advertising, it’s a good change, and a challenge to be working in a completely different sector.

At home I have two cats and in my spare time I enjoy up-cycling furniture, spending time with my friends and family, shopping and dining out.