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Gabriel Wax JVP Sutton Coldfield Vets4Pets

Gabriel Wax MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon and Surgery Partner

This is Gabriel Wax, our primary Veterinary Surgeon and practice partner who opened Sutton Coldfield Vets4Pets in July 2010.

He is a hard working dedicated Veterinary Surgeon and provides a high level of care to the pets that he treats. He is a friendly, approachable individual who is happy to deal with any queries or concerns that clients have. He takes pride in the practice and the work that he does and is the face of Vets4Pets Sutton Coldfield, along with his Lhasa Apso dog Brusco.

Sutton Coldfield Receptionists


Here are our three lovely receptionists from left to right; Michelle, Karen and Megan. They liaise with the clients and act as our front of house. They are usually the first person you see when you come to the practice and are always friendly and willing to aid with queries the public have. They have ever growing numbers of animals at home, as they are usually the first to adopt the stray animals brought in.

Sutton Coldfield Vets4Pets Veterinary Nurses

Veterinary Nurses

Here are our qualified and registered Veterinary Nurses: Vicky, Nathan and Sam. They look after your pets when you bring them into the practice. Whether that's for appointments, surgery or medical assistance they take a caring approach to any animal and are the back bone of the practice. They all have their own little menageries at home including cats, dogs and goldfish, and take pride in the work that they do daily.

Vets4Pets Sutton Coldfield Student Nurses

Student Nurses

Here are our 4 student nurses: Rhianna, Danielle, Imogen and Brian. They are currently studying at college towards their Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing and are at different stages of their education. They all take a caring approach to the work they do. They are all keen to learn new skills and are not afraid to get their hands dirty.