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Vets4Pets Yeovil

Meet the Yeovil Vet team

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Veterinary Surgeon 

Marian graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Bucharest, Romania in 2005 and has previously worked in Bucharest at Veterinary Clinics as a veterinary surgeon and medical director. Marian enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, however his primary interests are soft tissue surgery, emergency veterinary care and diagnostic imaging methods. 

In his spare time Marian enjoys travelling and learning foreign languages, as well as working on his motorbike.

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Head Nurse

Victoria qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2014 and since then has worked in several small animal practices. She has a keen interest in surgical nursing and would like to study hydrotherapy in the future. 

Victoria has two Cocker Spaniels called Lucy and Minnow that she enjoys taking on long walks and trips to the beach. 

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Practice Manager, Senior Veterinary Nurse & Clinical Coach

Claire has been a Veterinary Nurse for 25 years and has certificates in small animal nutrition. She has had numerous roles within the workplace, including Head Nurse and Locum Nurse, working with both small and large animals. 

Claire is currently studying for her Certificate in Veterinary Business Management. She has a keen interest in emergency critical care as well as cardiology and orthopaedics. Claire owns a horse named Louie, two dogs named Elsa and Raisin, and a cat named sooty. Claire’s hobbies are horse riding, fitness and gin!

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Veterinary Nurse & Clinical Coach

Ashley is a qualified veterinary nurse who has worked at Highcroft Referral Hospital alongside the Critical Care veterinary surgeon. She is passionate about emergency and critical care and works hard adopting and re-homing orphaned puppies and kittens. 

At home Ashley has a dog, tortoise, parrot and cockatiel and enjoys playing with her tractor and helping the carnival clubs outside of work.

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Student Veterinary Nurse

Jessica has a degree in Physiological Science and is currently studying with us to become a veterinary nurse, having worked on reception previously. She is looking forwards to being able to use her passion for anatomy and physiology to help animals in need. 

Jessica lives on a farm with five dogs, two rabbits, sheep, chickens and guinea fowl and enjoys watercolour painting, going to gigs and horse riding.

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Head Client Care Coordinator

Abi started working with us in October 2015 as a part-time receptionist and now works closely with our manager helping mostly with administrative tasks. She has been on several courses since joining Vets4Pets and especially enjoyed learning with ‘Compassion Understood’ as it has helped her when handling sensitive cases with clients who are grieving. Abi is currently training for her SQP qualification. 

Previously Abi worked for the probiotic company ‘Protexin’ which produces veterinary, human and equine products, some of which we provide here at Vets4Pets. Abi has two spaniels called Bailey and Charlie and two rabbits named Big Bun and Emma Bunton.

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Animal Nursing Assistant & Client Care Coordinator

Tabetha has completed her Animal Nursing Assistant course at Lynwood School of Veterinary Nursing and now assists the clinical team alongside working on our reception. Previously, Tabetha studied Art and Design and continues to be creative in her spare time. She is keen to become an RSPCA Inspector one day and enjoys going to gigs and visiting art galleries. She has a Golden Retriever, two Labradors, a cat and two guinea pigs.
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Client Care Coordinator

Nadine currently works at our reception, but would love to qualify as a veterinary nurse in the future. She grew up in a small farming town in Scotland where she worked on livestock farms and volunteered at her local veterinary practices. 

She has a Border Collie and a 'Sprocker' Spaniel, as well as two cats named Robin and Thea, and has competed at Crufts twice with one of her dogs.


Veterinary Surgeon

Mary was a veterinary surgeon at a mixed practice for 10 years – she describes this as the ‘real James Herriot experience’! Within the field of veterinary medicine she particularly enjoys internal medicine, analgesia, anaesthesia and working on medical cases. 

Mary is a farmer’s wife and mother to Lizzie who has just turned one. She loves baking and enjoys pole fit which is great for core strength. She has two crazy collies that keep her on her toes.


Client Care Coordinator

Alongside working on our reception, Lydia is currently studying to qualify as a British Sign Language interpreter. She grew up with a number of animals, from Fancy Rats to Dobermanns. She now owns a Shar-Pei called Lola. Together, they love to go on long country walks, especially if there’s a pub at the end of them.