Jessica Warne RVN
Head Veterinary Nurse
I’m originally from a tiny village in the North of Scotland but moved to Stirling where I worked in retail before deciding to follow my dream and train to become a veterinary nurse. I qualified from Edinburgh's Telford College in March 2013 with a Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing. I started working for Vets 4 Pets Stirling in March 2013 and progressed on to become Head Nurse in 2014. The best things about being a veterinary nurse is getting to help pets and their owners on their journey from the really young to the more senior! I love having client and patient interaction and therefore really enjoy consults. This is really special to me as I get to spend time helping patient’s feels better, improving their quality of life and most importantly building a strong bond with them.
I also have a passion for emergency and medical nursing and I am currently studying towards gaining my certificate in Emergency and Critical Care. I live with my fiancé, three rescue guinea pigs and my beautiful but crazy rescue Jack Russell Skye who loves walkies and cuddles from everyone she meets. When I’m not working I enjoy walking outdoors and up hills with Skye, reading, fixing up our house, crafts, gardening, going to the gym and cooking.