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Plenty of free parking directly outside the practice.
Meet the team
Practice Owner & Veterinary Surgeon
BSc BVetMed MRCVS
I qualified in 2007 from the Royal Veterinary College in London and after a stint in New Zealand, returned to Hampshire where I have remained ever since.
I have worked in small animal first opinion practice since graduating and love getting to know people and their furry friends! I particularly enjoy surgery and also all aspects of preventative care, especially trying to improve welfare and making life enjoyable for our patients.
I have found a very happy new home here at Vets4Pets Amesbury and am proud to be part of such an awesome team.
When not working, I spend my time with my 2 kids, husband and retirement village of old lady guinea pigs!
Sarah Cooper is a Veterinary Ophthalmologist with over 15 years experience of treating eye cases big and small, ranging from hamsters to horses as well as dogs and cats. She qualified in 1999 as a veterinary Surgeon and obtained further Certification in Ophthalmology in 2004. She is also an Advanced Veterinary Practitioner (AVP) in Veterinary Ophthalmology. Sarah is a referral vet and is happy to see any cases with eye problems, which can be booked in via our reception team. On occasion she will also act as a locum when our other vets are on leave.
BVSC Cert VC DipECVIM-CA (Cardiology) MRCVS
Andrew is a Small Animal Veterinary Cardiology Specialist. He began his veterinary career in Mixed Practice in North Cornwall before moving to Edinburgh where he completed his specialist training in Small Animal Veterinary Cardiology. Since being awarded the ECVIM-CA diploma in Small Animal Cardiology in 2013 he has worked in the Pharmaceutical Industry and specialist referral practice. He is a referral vet, meaning one of our vets may suggest you see Andrew for a more detailed cardiology examination which can be arranged through our reception team.
I have spent the last 16 years working in various roles in veterinary practice.
During that time, I have studied to achieve a FdSC in Animal Management and Applied Science, and qualified from Lynwood with a Diploma in Veterinary Nursing. In 2018 I completed a Certificate in Canine/Feline Veterinary Nutrition which I very much enjoyed and look forward to putting into practice.
Within my work at the practice, I enjoy practical tasks such as diagnostic imaging and laboratory work.
I currently have a rescue cat but I grew up with dogs and also kept rats for many years. If I’m not working you can find me climbing or running – my favourite hobbies! I look forward to meeting you and your pets here at Vets4Pets over the coming months.
I graduated in 2018 with a Diploma in Veterinary Nursing from Sparsholt College, whilst working in a small animal practice.
I was raised in the London borough of Redbridge and worked for the charity Blue Cross Animal Hospital in Victoria. Inspired by the team I then decided to pursue a change of career after having worked in aesthetic medicine.
I have developed a keen interest in theatre nursing and enjoy in-patient care. I hope to further my studies with a certificate in Anaesthesia and develop my clinical skills during my first year as a qualified RVN. I also have a personal goal to volunteer for a conservation programme with endangered species in the future.
My spare time is spent raising my son with my partner and we really enjoy living in the Wiltshire countryside with our Tolling Retriever Louie.
I'm proud to be a part of the team at Amesbury caring for your pet and look forward to meeting you all.
I joined vets4pets in August this year and have loved getting to know the amazing team. I recently bought a house with my Fiance which we hope to fill with fur children! In my spare time I love camping and exploring the great outdoors. I have a keen interest in cat friendly practice and anaesthesia and look forward to getting to know all of the clients lovely pets!
I have always had a love for animals and have a 12 year old Patterdale Terrier, Luna. In 2017 I decided to follow my passion for animals and started my journey in gaining the qualification to be a Registered Veterinary Nurse, achieving my goal in 2021. I enjoy working with animals, being able to make a difference and helping as important member of the team. In my spare time I enjoy seeing live music, gardening and spending time with my family.
Having grown up around animals from a very young age, I've always had a love for them. I am a huge horse lover but also have a love for dogs, cats and small furries (I'm a sucker for a fluffy rabbit!) I have two horses, a dog, a cat and a rabbit with whom I spend my spare time. I'm regularly out competing at local events with my two horses. I've loved every second of working at Vets 4 Pets Amesbury. I can't wait to meet more of you and your pets in the coming months.
I grew up in Hampshire and was lucky enough to have a cocker spaniel and ponies from a young age. As I always knew I wanted to work with animals, I went on to study Horse Management at Sparsholt College. Following this I worked at various stables before deciding on a career change and joining Hampshire Police when I was 21. After a few years ‘on the beat’, I moved into a specialist department where I worked until my military husband was posted to Germany; where we spent a very happy 18 months with our two children, Abigail and George. We were then posted back to the Amesbury area where we have settled along with our Terrier cross, Mouse. As a family we enjoy competing at Pony Club with Abigail or watching George play football for the local team; and when we can - heading off in our caravan (we especially love Wales!). Since starting at Amesbury Vets4Pets as a receptionist in 2017, I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know all our clients and their pets. I have now completed the British Veterinary Receptionists Association certificates in bronze and silver and am looking forward to moving on to gold; which will mean I am an Accredited Veterinary Receptionist!
I have grown up around animals for as long as I can recall... dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, pigs, horses and a parrot! I love all things equestrian and I’m not afraid to admit to being a bit of a crazy horse lady. I live with my boyfriend and our two crazy cockers, Fred and Wilma. I spent 5 years in the motor industry with Ford and Volkswagen. My change in career came after Wilma was involved in an accident that required surgery. The level of support and care we received from Vets4Pets was amazing and inspired me to want to provide other pet owners with the same feeling we had. I am so happy and grateful to be a part of the Vets4PetsPets team. You may now also see me with the clinical team in pink scrubs - as I begin the journey in training to be a Veterinary Care Assistant and hopefully, a registered veterinary nurse!
I was lucky enough to grow up in Hampshire surrounded by countryside and animals! I’ve always had a strong passion for being around animals my whole life. I have past experience working as a veterinary nurse assistant, and a background in dog training! In my free time I’m busy keeping up with my 3 crazy spaniels! I’ve been met with a warm welcome since joining the vets 4 pets Amesbury team from both clients and colleagues! I look forward to meeting you and your pets!
I grew up in Salisbury and spent my childhood with dogs, horses and my beloved hamster! Animals have always been something I've been inspired by and at the age of 26 I decided to go back to college to do an Advanced Technical Diploma in Animal management level 3. This reignited my fire to learn and now I'm back at University studying Veterinary Physiotherapy for dogs and horses and I'm loving it, with the support of my partner Matt and our fluffy dog Ginny. I was so excited to be given the opportunity to join the Vets 4 Pets team as it combines my love for animals, people and organising! I was delighted to find myself in such a welcoming and warm place to work.
Client Care Advisor
*If your enquiry is URGENT – please call the practice on 01980 676 510**
We are very pleased to be welcoming clients back in to our consultation rooms! We ask that only one client per patient attends the practice and masks are still required if you wish to enter.
Urgent appointment request: Emails are not constantly manned. Please contact the surgery directly.
Non urgent appointments: Please email your request, including suitable times and one of our team will contact you to arrange for this preliminary appointment to be booked (our aim is to book this appointment for you within the next 24-48hours).
Vaccination requests: Due to a nationwide shortage, all CAT vaccine appointments are currently being delayed by one month. Please email the reception team who will be able to book you in at a suitable time.
Routine neutering: Routine neutering is now being undertaken, please email to book. Please allow at least 2-3 weeks notice.
Delivery service for flea and worm treatment for Complete Care Plan clients:
Please email requests: they will be added to our list and processed accordingly. You do not need to do anything further however as there are a high number of requests being processed, there may be a slight lag with delivery. The aim is to have these delivered to you within 7-10 days, however if you have not received your medications within 14 days, please contact the surgery.
Non-care plan flea and worm requests:
Please email requests: they will be processed for collection in 48 hours. Alternatively you may wish to arrange delivery (£3 delivery fee for secure, recorded delivery),with payment taken over the phone prior to sending. Please specify in your order if you would like to take advantage of this offer.
Prescription medications: As per our usual protocol for prescription medication requests, your pet’s history will need to be reviewed by a veterinary surgeon and will be subject to the usual 48-hour notice period to enable us to order and dispense your medication in adherence with dispensing guidelines. We will do our best to process your requests as quickly as we can.
For all other non-urgent enquiries, please be patient and we will endeavour to respond to your enquiry as soon as we can.
Thank you again for your support, understanding and patience during this time. We hope you and your loved ones are all staying well.
Vets4Pets Amesbury Team
Emergency coverEven if we are closed, we have your pet covered.
BiochemistryAllows an assessment of the functionality of a patients organs.
Blood Pressure MonitorUsed to measure the range of blood pressure as a preventative treatment to identify early signs of systemic hypertension.
DentistryThe treatment and prevention of dental disease
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Haematology – Blood testingAllows the assessment of a patient's blood and blood cells.
Health PlansDesigned to cover all the regular pet care essentials such as vaccinations and flea and worm prevention, whilst saving you money.
Hospital WardSuite of custom-built kennels for the housing and monitoring of in-patients.
In-house LaboratoryA range of analytical tests and equipment to assist in the rapid diagnosis of illness.
Isolation UnitA special ward to care for animals with contagious diseases.
Laser TreatmentTherapeutic laser therapy.
MicrochippingA microchip can help retrieve lost pets
Nutritional AdviceAdvice and support for your pet's diet.
Operating TheatreAn operating theatre with gaseous anaesthetic facility for surgical procedures.
Pet Passport / Animal Health CertificateTrained Official Veterinarian vets to issue Pet Passports, Fit to Fly letters and rabies serology tests.
PrescriptionsWe can provide written prescriptions upon request.
Separate Cat & Dog Waiting AreasSeparate cat and dog waiting areas, designed to ensure your pet is kept in a comfortably stress free environment.
Separate Cat & Dog WardsSeparate cat and dog hospital wards, designed to ensure your pet is kept in a comfortably stress free environment.
UltrasoundGenerates 2-D moving images of your pet’s internal organs at work.
Weight ClinicMonitoring clinic to help dogs and cats achieve optimal weights – both if they have been under or overweight
X-Ray & UltrasoundX-Ray & Ultrasound