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Erika Jones

Veterinary Surgeon and Partner

After qualifying in 2005 I went straight into a mixed practice on the Shropshire-Powys border dealing with dogs, cats, cows and sheep. After a couple of years, I felt that I wanted to focus more on the small animals, so I moved to a practice in Market Drayton. I spent 4 and half years there in the small animal department and gained a particular interest in medicine and oncology.

Joining Wrexham Vets4Pets as a partner in November 2011 has been very exciting and rewarding. The team we have here is very caring, and everybody is dedicated to their jobs and the animals we look after. I really feel that we provide a friendly, professional and good value service for the pet owner, and the best possible experience and care for our patients too.

When I’m not at work, I live with my husband and children on a farm near Oswestry where we have sheep and beef cattle. I also enjoy cooking, and I skate for the Evolution Rollergirls roller-derby team based in Shrewsbury!


Elaine Griffiths

Practice Manager

I joined Wrexham Vets4Pets from a dental practice background so I was interested to see what it would be like to work every day amongst a veterinary team –I’ve been here since July 2012 and I can honestly say I love it! Every day brings something new and meeting our clients and getting to know them and their pets is one of the best parts of the job.

I’m originally from Somerset but I left to study English and history at university in London before moving to North Wales in 1996, after meeting my husband. We have 2 daughters, both of whom are desperate for us to adopt any strays that come in to the practice and I’m sure that it’s only going to be a matter of time!

Outside of work I love reading, cooking and spending time with my family, especially big family dinners and walks on Sundays! I still go home to Somerset as much as possible to see my family there.

If you wish to contact me directly please email


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Hannah Watson

Veterinary Surgeon

I had always wanted to be a vet and, after having gained my qualification from the University of Liverpool, I feel very lucky to be doing a job that I enjoy. I like the variety of being in a veterinary practice and enjoy meeting people and their pets. I have always been more interested in small animals (dogs, cats and other small pets) than the farm and equine side of things, so working in a busy practice like Wrexham Vets4Pets is perfect for me. Clinically I am interested in medicine and particularly imaging modalities including radiography and ultrasound.

I have a Staffordshire Bull Terrier called Tonk who I adopted from a rescue centre a few years ago. He keeps me busy outside of work with walks, playtime and lots of cuddles! I used to do a lot of horse riding but have been too busy over the past few months so I am hoping to get back in the saddle very soon! My favourite non animal activities are cooking and eating, followed by swimming and Zumba to balance things out!

Eleanor Wood

Veterinary Surgeon

Having qualified in 2004 I spent a few months in small animal and equine practice before realising that I really enjoyed surgery, and decided to focus on small animals. Since then I've worked in a couple of different practices as I've moved around the country. Having moved to our dream home in Wales I started at Vets4Pets in 2016. It is an ideal job for me as I can concentrate on surgery but without losing the regular contact with the owners of my patients which is such an important part of my job. Outside of work I'm mostly busy with renovating our cottage with my husband, and learning how to manage the woodland around it which has been untouched for nearly 50 years and is quite wild. My dog and cat love coming to explore the woods with me but they're not so much help with the heavy lifting!

V4P Wrexham Helen Rudd

Helen Rudd

Head Veterinary Nurse

Hi I'm Helen, a Registered Veterinary Nurse and also Head Nurse here at Caia Road. I have a special interest in all aspects of surgical nursing, orthopaedics, dentistry and exotics.

My other interests include raptors and wolves! I have previously been involved in bird of prey demonstrations up and down the country! I also have a qualification in Wolf Management, Ecology and Conversation.

Outside of work I enjoy travelling and everything the great outdoors has to offer!


Laura Martin, Wrexham
Laura Martin, Wrexham

Laura Martin

Veterinary Nurse

I’m a registered veterinary nurse from Ellesmere Port. I qualified in 2007 and studied for my nursing at Lite Limited College in St Helens. I also have a BSc (Hons) degree in Zoology from Liverpool John Moors University. I’m very dedicated and enjoy my job, particularly being in theatre helping with surgery and monitoring anaesthetics.

Outside of work, I’m a loving mother of one. I love taking my little girl on days out and to the farm where I keep my horse, Danny Boy, who I’ve had for 15 years. I also have a dog called Darwin, Bobby the cat, and 2 rabbits called Rupert and Winnie.

Wrexham Vets4Pets Joanne Schofield

Joanne Schofield

Student Veterinary Nurse

I have ten years of experience as a veterinary nursing assistant, and have now finally got my dream job to become a qualified veterinary nurse.

At home, I have two dogs, a cat and various small animals. I am married with two young children, and in our spare time we love going away in our touring caravan on family adventures and walking the dogs.

Claire @ Wrexham

Claire Robinson

Head Receptionist

What is your favourite animal and why?
All furries, Domestic & Wild. I especially love Orangutans; I experienced breakfast with some at Singapore Zoo. They are fabulous animals, very clever, very cute, very strong yet gentle. They feel like coconuts!

What pets do you have and what are their names? 
I have two Burmese Cats, (brothers). A blue one named Beau and a brown called Nougat. I don't have a dog at the moment, but I do sponsor a small Terrier x Breed called Schnoz, who resides at the Dogs Trust in Shrewsbury. 

What's the best pet name that you've ever come across?
Oi the puppy 

What is your favourite famous animal? 
Scooby Doo 

What's the best aspect of working for Vets4Pets? 
The best aspect of working for Vets4pets is meeting clients old and new and all the lovely animals.



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Jack Tattum

Receptionist and Student Veterinary Nurse

I've been a Receptionist with the practice since Oct 2016 having previously completed my BSc (Hons) for Animal Studies at university. I love to learn as much as I can about animals, especially the behaviour and biology side. During my time here I feel like I have been able to do that as no two days are the same and there is always something new to learn.

One of the best parts of my job is meeting and getting to know our clients and their pets. I love my job and, thanks to the support from everyone in the practice, I will be starting my veterinary nurse training in August.


During my free time I enjoy socialising with friends and family. I'm a big video game nerd so I'm on my computer in my spare time. If I'm not on my games I'll be playing with my mischievous cat , Loki (defiantly lives up to his name!) or my bearded dragon, leopard geckos and my Hognose snake.



V4P Wrexham Jane

Jane Teece


I joined vets 4 pets in June 2014 as a receptionist I have a dog called spud who is a little over weight but gorgeous and has a lovely nature since I started I have adopted a kitten that was handed into the practice who I have called Rosa. (Lesson to self: Do not think you are immune to stray kittens). It was love at first sight from Rosa and Spud...well almost, and they are good company.

I love the work at the practice and we are a great team meeting clients and pets is probably the best part of the job.