Update during local lockdown
As an essential service we’re still here for you and your pet. We’re committed to keeping you and our colleagues protected and we have also adapted our services, making it easier to care for your pet. Please contact our friendly team to discuss your pet care needs during this time and we will explain what to expect at your visit.
Meet the team
Practice Director & Veterinary Surgeon
BVetMed PgC SAS Cert AnBeh MRCVS
Joined the Practice in 2010. I qualified from the RVC in 2007 gaining my BVetMed MRCVS. Since then I have gained further qualifications in animal behaviour, acupuncture and small animal surgery. I became Practice Director at Oadby in 2012, and have also helped set up another two Vets4Pets clinics in Rugby. I genuinely enjoy the variety that working in general practice brings along with the additional challenges of running busy clinics. However, my true passion lies in operating so any complex and weird and wonderful surgery and I'm in my element! I live in the South Leicestershire countryside with my husband Ben, our 2 dogs, 2 cats and a horse. Outside of work I enjoy exercising the horse and dogs (sometimes together!), cooking and travelling.
Head Veterinary Surgeon
BVMedSci (hons) BVM BVS (hons) PgC SAM MRCVS.
Joined the Practice in 2013.
I qualified in 2012 from Nottingham University and have recently completed a postgraduate certificate in Small Animal Medicine. I am married to Sean, and currently have 2 naughty torties, 2 very cheeky bunnies and some fish. I enjoy playing the piano, supporting Norwich City Football Club (someone has to!) and socialising with family and friends.
Joined the Practice in 2013.
I am married with 2 young boys, 1 cat, 2 gerbils and 2 fish.
I love most things about my job but I probably lean more towards medicine, in particular Cardiology and Endocrinology.
Joined the practice in 2020.
I qualified in 2020 from Nottingham University. My areas of interest currently include small animal behaviour, dermatology and reproduction, but I am also developing quite a enthusiasm for soft tissue surgery. I have a scruffy terrier cross called Tinker who is my world and I definitely aim to adopt more dogs in the future. I enjoy spending time with family and friends, going for long walks, listening to music and drawing/painting.
I qualified in 2020 from Liverpool University and joined the practice in August 2020. I have recently moved to Leicestershire, after growing up in the Staffordshire Moorlands countryside. At home I have a cat, a horse, and a flock of ex-battery farm hens. I love the variety of being a vet in general practice and meeting everyone and their pets! Outside of work, I am an avid football fan and I also enjoy horse riding and listening to music in my spare time.
I originally joined Oadby Vets4pets in 2012 after graduating from the Royal Veterinary College. I spent 6 enjoyable years with the practice developing my skills from a new graduate vet. During this time my husband and I had two sons. In 2018, to fit in with family life, I left the practice and spent 2 years working mainly sole charge as an emergency and critical care vet, at an out of hours provider. Now that my sons are both of school age I am pleased to return to work with the team at Oadby. I look forward to seeing some old and some new faces! Given my interest in Emergency and critical care I still work some set out of hours shifts. Other than work, I spend most of my free time entertaining my boys. We also have two cats.
Veterinary Care Assistant
Distinction LVL3 Diploma in Animal Management
I am the VCA at the practice and help assist the nurses and vets with daily routine jobs and tasks.
I have lived in Leicester my whole life and I have just recently got a new house with my partner of over 3 years. We are currently on the hunt for a little furry addition to our family (which won’t be too long). I have always been very passionate about improving an animal’s quality of life and insuring they receive the best care they can get. I worked for the RSPCA for 7 years before joining the Vets4Pets team.
In my own time l enjoy watching horror movies and documentaries at home but I am also a very sociable person and spend most of my days off out and about. I am extremely excited to be the first fully employed male to join the Oadby Vets 4 Pets team to further my 10 years’ experience. I am truly honoured and grateful to be working with such a hard working team.
Areas of interest: Complex surgeries and recovery of the patients. Also ultra sound scanning.
Joined the Practice in 2007.
I live with my gorgeous cat Paddy. Oh and my husband Jay! I enjoy Pilates and running - generally keeping fit. I love spending time with family and friends socialising.
I love every part of my job and I cannot say that I have a particular interest in just one area but I do love consultations and being able to help clients with any problems they may have with their pets. My priority is making sure that all of our in-patients are cared for to the highest standards on a daily basis.
Joined the practice in 2018.
I currently own a bunny called Smooch and recently had a new addition to the family a rottie puppy called Jake. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with the family and travelling.
I’ve been nursing for a few years, doing a mixture of referral and first opinion work and I enjoy all aspects of it. I have a keen interest in medicine in particular nutrition and inpatient care. I am hoping to further my knowledge in the future by gaining a certificate in nutrition.
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Veterinary Nursing NVQ Level 3.
Joined the Practice in 2004.
I'm married with 2 children aged 9 and 6 and have an 8 month old Bedlington terrier. I enjoy travel, live music events and dining out.
I enjoy all aspects of being a Veterinary Nurse and just working in a fun happy team and looking after some fantastic patients is enough.
Joined the practice 2019
I live with my husband and a naughty little black and white kitten that I rescued last year. In my spare time I like socialising with friends and visiting my family.
I have always wanted to work with animals, I was lucky to get a job as a receptionist in a vets six years ago then decided to go into veterinary nursing and I have just qualified. I love my job especially caring for inpatients.
Joined the practice in September 2019
I am currently in my second year of studying to be a veterinary nurse. In practice I really enjoy nursing in-patients. I currently only live with my boyfriend, but we are planning on getting a golden retriever very shortly. Outside of practice (when I am not studying) I like going to ice hockey games and playing the piano, as well as mooching around the countryside.
Joined the practice in January 2020
I live with my husband, 2 small children and our family pet, Buster, a Lab x Collie.
Outside of work I like spending day trips out with the kids and date nights with the husband.
I have always wanted to work with animals since I was young. I completed my Animal Nursing Level 2 and love to care for both large and small animals.
Joined the practice in January 2013
I have two grown up children and one grandson and a very lively Sprocker called Elvis and a not so lively tortoise called Rocket. I really enjoy going to the theatre with family and friends.
I love the variety of work that each day brings to the practice. We have a lovely working atmosphere with colleagues and good relationships with the clients and their pets. I feel most rewarded when a poorly pet goes home better.
Joined the Practice in 2018.
I live at home with my 2 cats, Bert and Ivy, and husband and love to cuddle up with Bert and Ivy. I have worked as a vet receptionist now for a total of 5 years.
Areas of interest: My fur babies. Animal behaviour. Crafting: I like to sew even though I’m not very good. DIY: love to make things from pallets and love power tools.
Joined the Practice in 2010.
I live locally with my husband, son and "fur" daughter (ginger ninja cocker spaniel Sandy!!)
I love all our furry customers! Especially FERRETS! We do not get that many in so I always give them a special ferrety fuss when we do.
Joined the practice in June 2019
I live locally with my husband and our fur baby, Poppy. I enjoy going for walks and relaxing at home with the family.
I love working at the practice we have a great team everyone is so friendly and helpful and we get to have lots of cuddles and kisses from our patients.
Client Care Advisor
Distinction* Level 3 Diploma in Animal Management
Joined the practice in January 2020
I live with my mum, brother and 2 fur babies – Kasper who is a Tibetan Terrier & Tilly a crazy tortie. Outside of work I enjoy baking and going to the gym (to burn off those extra calories from cakes!) I love when we welcome new clients to the practice – especially when they are the cockapoo puppy kind! - and how easy is it to get on with the rest of the team.
Joined the practice in February 2020
- Vets4Pets Oadby opened in 2004 and is committed to bringing you affordable, tailored, high quality care via a modern, well equipped practice. Our facilities include an in house lab, pharmacy, theatre, separate dog and cat hospitalisation,digital x-ray and ultrasound. Plus, on site car parking too!
We have an excellent local reputation and pride ourselves on going the extra mile for all of our clients and their pets whether existing or new.
Emergency coverEven if we are closed, we have your pet covered.
Operating TheatreAn operating theatre with gaseous anaesthetic facility for surgical procedures.
Separate Cat & Dog WardsSeparate cat and dog hospital wards, designed to ensure your pet is kept in a comfortably stress free environment.
Digital X-RayDigital X ray equipment is available.
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Isolation UnitA special ward to care for animals with contagious diseases.
Echocardiography (heart scans)Generates a 2D moving image of your pet's heart.
Blood Pressure MonitorUsed to measure the range of blood pressure as a preventative treatment to identify early signs of systemic hypertension.
ECGECG is also available to keep your pet's heart healthy.
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.
ElectrolyteEnables the assessment of critical blood chemicals such as sodium and potassium.
In-house LaboratoryA range of analytical tests and equipment to assist in the rapid diagnosis of illness.
Weight ClinicMonitoring clinic to help dogs and cats achieve optimal weights – both if they have been under or overweight
Soft TissueSurgical procedures involving the soft tissues such as ears and skin.
PrescriptionsWe can provide written prescriptions upon request.
Health PlansDesigned to cover all the regular pet care essentials such as vaccinations and flea and worm prevention, whilst saving you money.
Pet PassportTrained Official Veterinarian vets to issue Pet Passports, Fit to Fly letters and rabies serology tests.
Nutritional AdviceAdvice and support for your pet's diet.
Nurse ClinicAppointments with a highly qualified nurse which can cover anything from nutrition and fitness advice, grooming techniques, to pet socialisation classes.
Locally OwnedThis practice is locally owned.
Hospital WardSuite of custom-built kennels for the housing and monitoring of in-patients.
Bereavement SupportMaking the decision to say goodbye to your pet is one of the toughest you’ll ever make. Pets provide us with unconditional love, friendship and comfort, so it is normal to have intense or conflicting emotions when it comes to euthanasia. At Vets4Pets we’re here for you and your pet for every step of your journey together.
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.
AnaestheticGeneral anaesthetic enables us to perform many procedures kindly and safely for your pet.
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
MicrochippingA microchip can help retrieve lost pets
Small Mammal Medicine and SurgerySmall Mammal Medicine and Surgery
Rabbit Medicine and TestingRabbit Medicine and Testing
Separate Cat & Dog Waiting AreasSeparate cat and dog waiting areas, designed to ensure your pet is kept in a comfortably stress free environment.
Starter pack protection
Best Start in Life
Complete Care Senior
Flea & Worm Pack