Meet the team
Dr. Martina Eyre-Brook
Practice Owner & Senior Veterinary Surgeon
My name is Becca, I have recently moved to the Cirencester practice from another Vets4Pets branch. I am the cliché and have always wanted to work with animals since I was 5 years old. I trained as a Zoologist initially, however I then followed my long term dream of joining the veterinary world. I started out nursing then went to study Veterinary Medicine at the University of Bristol. Since graduating I have worked in a referral hospital and smaller practices and love the variety of my work. I genuinely love my job and enjoy talking to clients about their pets. I enjoy lots of aspects of veterinary medicine especially internal medicine, dermatology and exotic medicine. At home I enjoy spending time with my very loved dogs, Ralph and Max and being entertained by my handsome leopard gecko, Nelson and my naughty cat, Pudding!
I was born in Nicosia, Cyprus and qualified as a Vet in 2022, after graduating from the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest. I grew up with a lot of animals so ever since I was 4 years old I was sure I wanted to help them and become a veterinarian, no other job ever crossed my mind. Back home I have mixed Pekingese rescue named Freddie, he is a one-eyed treasure and he cannot go a day without the love of his life, Hoover my cat, who will check and try to eat everything in sight!
I qualified in 1987 and started at Vets4Pets Cirencester in May 2015. I love working with cats, especially the 'difficult' ones. I gained over the years a diploma in feline advanced diploma, due to my involvement in that area I have three wonderful rescue cats, Franklyn and Gwendolyn. Both of them have a tail to tell on how they came to be with me. But to do the dog world justice I have as well and active Jack Russell Terrier, Miona. I hand reared her after her mum was too sick to take her on. Please come and see me in the nurse clinics. I am always on the other end of the phone for you for advice or consults to go into your pets behaviour.
I started working at Vets4pets Cirencester in February 2019 after completing a level 3 diploma in Animal management at Cirencester college. In September 2020 I started studying at Bath College to become a Veterinary Nurse and will qualify in 2022/2023. I have always loved working with animals, especially dogs and I am particularly interested in training. In my spare time I enjoy training and walking my 2 French Bulldogs, Oakley and Bear and spending time with my friends and family.
I joined Vets4Pets in 2021 as deputy head nurse. Originally starting my career in Agriculture, I completed a degree in agriculture business development before moving on to complete a diploma in a veterinary nursing at Warwickshire College. I enjoy all aspects of veterinary nursing and have a special interest in surgical nursing and rehabilitation. I gained a post graduate diploma in Veterinary Physiotherapy 2012 and a certificate veterinary hydrotherapy in 2015. I love nurses clinics especially youth and geriatric clinic. A true lover of Terriers, I have a Jack Russell called Hector who I spend much of my spare time running round the Cotswold countryside with.
I joined the team in December 2021 as an Animal Nursing Assistant after working as a receptionist at our emergency out of hours provider Vets Now in Swindon. Since joining the team I have now started my Nurse training in which I will be qualifying in 2024. In my free time I enjoy all things horsey and spending time with my dog Nelly.
I qualified as a veterinary nurse in 1993 and have worked in various veterinary practices ever since. I have also gained an additional certificate in practice management and administration, so I now work mainly behind the scenes helping out with some of the day to day admin tasks including payroll, health & safety, invoicing and processing insurance claims.
I have a very active border terrier at home so I spend most of my spare time with him enjoying long walks, fun agility and dog trick training.
I have always had a love for animals, so working for a vets was always a dream of mine. I have 2 dogs at home, a stubborn golden retriever called Odie and a Romanian rescue called Willow. Willow is half human half dog, she loves to get in your arms and be cuddled like a baby where as Odie would rather be by himself or near the food. As well as these two dogs, we also foster dogs for a rescue centre based in Wales called Many Tears Animal Rescue, this means that the two dogs always have different dogs to play with and teach to love humans and how to be a pet.
Client Care Advisor
My family have always had a ridiculous amount of pets in the home so I've grown up with all sorts of animals. I previously worked in Pets at Home as a Pet Care Advisor and developed my knowledge and love of animals within the role before joining the lovely Cirencester Vets4Pets team in November 2021.
I have always had a huge passion for animals, making this the ideal career for me! I joined Vets4Pets Cirencester in May 2017, having previously worked for another veterinary practice in Cirencester. At home I currently live with 4 dogs, 2 kitty cats, a leopard tortoise, 3 chinchillas and my daughter who is a veterinary nurse. I expect in the future there will be more animals to come!
Vets4Pets Cirencester is committed to bringing you affordable, high quality care via a modern, well equipped practice, including a lab, pharmacy, digital x-ray and ultrasound. Plus, on site car parking too!
The friendly team can't wait to meet all of their new clients!
Emergency coverEven if we are closed, we have your pet covered.
AmbulanceWe have an animal ambulance for clients who are unable to visit us. *Please contact the Practice to find out more.
BehaviouristThe Behaviourist approach to learning studied changes in behaviour that are caused by a person's direct experience of their environment, using the principles of classical and operant conditioning to explain them.
BiochemistryAllows an assessment of the functionality of a patients organs.
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Blood Pressure MonitorUsed to measure the range of blood pressure as a preventative treatment to identify early signs of systemic hypertension.
Dental X-RayUnlike humans, dogs need to be under general anesthesia for dental X-rays. Anesthesia is considered to be a safe procedure and will be performed after a general examination. It is tailored to the individual and your dog is continuously monitored during the dental exam.
DentistryThe treatment and prevention of dental disease
Digital X-RayDigital X ray equipment is available.
ElectrolyteEnables the assessment of critical blood chemicals such as sodium and potassium.
Haematology – Blood testingAllows the assessment of a patient's blood and blood cells.
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.
Operating TheatreAn operating theatre with gaseous anaesthetic facility for surgical procedures.
OrthopaedicsSurgery of joints and bones.
UltrasoundGenerates 2-D moving images of your pet’s internal organs at work.
Complete Care Senior
Flea & Worm Pack