Meet the team
Practice Owner & Veterinary Surgeon
BSc(VetSci)Hons BVM&S CertAVP(ZM) MRCVS RCVS recognised Advanced Practitioner in Zoological Medicine
Zoe graduated from the University of Nottingham and is moving to Newmarket from Hampshire. She has particular interest in dog and cat medicine and surgery, but is also looking forward to working with the wide range of exotic animals that the practice sees.
Outside of work Zoe is a rugby player and Harlequins supporter - a great way of letting off some steam! She is also an avid movie fan and at home Zoe has a Flatcoated Retriever and two Welsh Springer Spaniels to keep her entertained.
Ioana graduated from the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna, Austria in 2010. She has worked in small animal and exotics practices, as well as a field veterinarian in wildlife conservation projects in the Middle East, Europe, South America and the Caribbean. She has completed a clinical internship in Vienna and a master’s degree with the University of Edinburgh.
Ioana also has a strong interest in soft tissue and orthopedic surgery, as well as diagnostic and emergency medicine. In her free time Ioana is an avid traveler, rock climber and motorcyclist, but also loves letting off some steam practicing MMA and playing volleyball. At home she is found cuddling with her two rescue cats, Nitrox and Spock.
Harvey graduated from the Royal Veterinary College, London, and joined the team in August 2019. He has an interest in all aspects of dog and cat medicine and is also excited to be working with the various exotic species within the practice.
Harvey is kept company at home by his Maltese Terrier named Yuki. Aside from work, Harvey enjoys playing tennis and badminton, training in martial arts, playing the guitar, cooking, and is also keen in film and TV.
Emily qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2014, after studying at the College of Animal Welfare in Huntingdon. She has worked in first opinion and referral hospitals around Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire, before joining Vets4Pets Newmarket in October 2016.
Emily loves all aspects of nursing, it giving her a great sense of satisfaction to be able to help, care for and nurse sick animals back to health.
Emily has a keen interest in anaesthesia, nursing clinics, neonatal care, and nursing exotic patients, and is studying for the Advanced Diploma in Veterinary Nursing.
At home Emily has a very handsome kitten called Eric who she hand reared from birth, as well as two naughty Degus called Harvey and Barry.
Amber qualified as a veterinary nurse in August 2019 after studying at the College of Animal Welfare.
Since joining Vets4pets in 2017 she has gained a great deal of experience working with exotics and takes a keen interest in the variety of patients seen.
Amber enjoys all aspects of nursing and in particular loves theatre practice and anaesthesia.
Outside of work Amber has two pugs named Millie and Reggie who keep her busy in her free time.
Alice joined the Newmarket team in September 2018. After graduating from University College Dublin with a BSc Zoology (Hons), Alice worked abroad as a herpetologist, researching a plethora of wild reptile and amphibian species in Madagascar, Honduras and Mexico. However, in 2014 she changed career paths and went into the TV & film industry. Although it was fun and exciting to work on TV shows, commercials and feature films, she knew there was something missing.
Alice always loved animals from an early age and realised her true passion was working with wildlife and science, with a keen interest in exotic animals. Alice is very excited to work towards her veterinary nursing qualification and starting this new journey at Newmarket Vets4Pets.
'Ella joined Vets4Pets Newmarket in October 2016 as a receptionist and loves seeing all of the different patients that visit, especially when they leave feeling better, seeing an animal go from illness right through to recovery. Ella has thus now joined our nursing team as our Veterinary Care Assistant, where she can look after all of our inpatients whilst they spend time with us.
Ella studied for a National Diploma in Animal Management after finishing school, and finished studying as a veterinary nursing assistant in June 2017. Ella has a keen interest in cats and would like to complete her veterinary nursing and go on to specialise in feline clinics in the future.
Out of work Ella lives with her partner and a clowder of cats!
Sam has been nursing for the past 10 years and after having taken time out to have her two children, qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in August 2018. She has a degree in Animal Behaviour and a keen interest in wildlife after spending a few months in Australia volunteering at a rehabilitation centre for injured wildlife in Perth.
Sam loves all aspects of nursing including medical nursing and nurse clinics where she gets a huge satisfaction and pride interacting and educating clients. Sam runs our Senior Pet clinics and the physio-laser therapy sessions.
At home Sam is kept busy by her family, her labrador Reuben, her cat Mir and her corn snake Nya.
Jess joined Vets4Pets Newmarket in October 2016 as one of the receptionists after spending 10 years in Hospitality, she has since become Client Care Manager taking charge of our front of house.
She particularly enjoys meeting all the animals and their owners, and has spent time volunteering with birds of prey and exotic small animals.
At home Jess has 2 house rabbits called Hughie and Pancake.
I have worked for Vets4Pets since December 2017, I started in a Bedfordshire branch and due to moving am now here at Newmarket. I enjoy meeting people and their pets. At home I have 5 cats 2 guinea pigs and 2 teenagers!!!
Alys graduated from the university of Southampton in 2015, and has just started her masters in veterinary physiotherapy. She has a particular interest in canine rehabilitation, especially from neurological conditions. She thoroughly enjoys the variety that receptions brings especially with all the exotics this practice sees.
She has her own menagerie at home which includes a tortoise, rabbits, a horse, dwarf hamster and 2 dogs, a miniature schnauzer and a cockapoo. When shes not studying, working or caring for her crazy animals, she likes to draw animal portraits and swim.
Vets4Pets Newmarket 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.
Operating TheatreAn operating theatre with gaseous anaesthetic facility for surgical procedures.
Isolation UnitA special ward to care for animals with contagious diseases.
EndoscopyAn endoscope is a long tube connected to a light source and video camera that sends real time images to a television screen for viewing. Endoscopy is the use of an endoscope within internal structures and organs of the body. The endoscope can be inserted through natural openings such as the mouth, nose or rectum to reach the structure of interest.
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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.
UltrasoundGenerates 2-D moving images of your pet’s internal organs at work.
BiochemistryAllows an assessment of the functionality of a patients organs.
HaematologyAllows 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.
X-RayGenerates digital 2D images of bones and internal organs.
Laser TreatmentTherapeutic laser therapy.
Hospital WardSuite of custom-built kennels for the housing and monitoring of in-patients.
Exotic PetCan see a range of patients, from small animals through to reptiles.
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.
AcupunctureAcupuncture has evolved from the ancient art of placing needles into particular locations on the body in order to alleviate pain, improve recovery rates and increase resistance to disease. It has been practised by the Chinese and other Eastern cultures for thousands of years and may be used to treat a wide variety of illnesses in people and animals.
DentistryThe treatment and prevention of dental disease
Starter pack protection
Best Start in Life
Complete Care Senior
Flea & Worm Pack