Meet the team
Laura Graduated from Bristol Vet School in 2005. Laura is originally from the west midlands and was keen to move back to the area. Laura has worked for companion care since August 2011. Laura enjoys all aspects of her job but has a particular interest in investigating and treating more complicated cases. Laura enjoys being part of the friendly team at Redditch and working alongside excellent support staff. Away from work Laura has a soft spot for the Staffies.
Rosie qualified as a vet in 2013 having studied at the Royal Veterinary College. Rosie has a keen interest in surgery.
In her spare time Rosie enjoys walking her dog Roxy a short-haired pointer, socialising and meals out. Rosie also has a much loved rabbit called Pip.
After graduating from Cambridge university Alison worked in mixed practice in Worcestershire for a short time before moving to a small animal practice in leamington spa. Alison left that role to work as a locum and has locumed for us at weekends for some time. We've finally persuaded her to join us as a perminant vet so she will be around during the week as well.
Alison has a particular interest in small animal medicine. When shes not at work Alison enjoys spending time with her husband, young family and Labrador Ralph.
Michelle qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2011 and joined our team nearly a year ago.
Michelle is the proud owner of three rescue cats Charlie, Oscar and a new hand reared addition called Minnie who is now six months old. Michelle enjoys reading, shopping and helping out with the greyhound and Lurcher rescue in her spare time.
Michelle has a keen interest in nutrition and running our nurse clinics.
Jade has previously worked at a small animal practice in Stourbridge for over 3 years in that time has gained lots of experience handling animals, supporting the nurses and vets. Jade enjoys socialising, taking Reggie her dog for walks, cuddles.
Jades area of interest is inpatients, taking care of the animals, encouraging them to eat taking the time to bond with them and giving cuddles.
Rebecca joined the team at Companion Care as a receptionist in September 2011 on completing her Animal Nursing qualification. Rebecca is now enrolled at Morton Morrell College and is training to be a Veterinary Nurse.
Rebecca is a proud owner of a rescue Staffordshire bull terrier called poppy and a cross bulldog called Reggie.
Gemma has over 14 years experience in the small animal care profession having worked as a dog groomer and for charities including the Blue Cross. Gemma has spent the 14 last years in the veterinary profession. Gemma enjoys volunteering for Street vet in her spare time, enjoying walks and socialising with friends. At home Gemma has a lovely rescue dog called Moe and 2 cats called Timmy and Moomin.
Charlotte qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2014 having studied at Pershore college. Having done her training her with us, Charlotte has a keen interest in anaesthesia and hospital care for inpatients.
At home Charlotte enjoys socialising, cinema and walking her 3 dogs. Arthur (pointer), Phoebe (Labrador) and old boy Bertie (Labrador).
Loren has recently moved to us from Companion Care Oldbury, Loren has a white German Shepard, 3 beagles and a Bengal cat that keeps her busy at home. Loren has been in veterinary care for 3 years and loves post operative care the best and meeting clients. Outside of work she likes to shop and go to the movies.
Sarah joined our team in May 2014, having previously worked in a small animal practice for over 2 years. Sarah has a beautiful 3yr old Dogue de Bordeux called Hachi. Sarah loves day trips and taking Hachi along for the ride. Sarah enjoys nothing more than riding her horse through the countryside.
Nikki joined vets4pets in October 2016, having been with the Blue Cross for the past ten years. Nikki is the proud guardian of four amazing rescue cats, who keep her on her toes.
Nikki has as passion for animals, but in her spare time enjoys a good scary movie and is a huge fan of Disney. She also believes that a part of your soul remains awakened until you have earned the love and trust of a pet.
Rebekah has joined our team as our part time receptionist, she started with us a few months ago and is doing great. Rebekah enjoys socialising with friends and family. She has a keen in learning new things and finds it very interesting working at a vets.
With 25 years experience in the veterinary profession, Ann’s relaxed and warm approach is very appreciated by clients and even more so by their pets. Ann is responsible for making sure reception runs smoothly and plays a valuable role in administration. Ann is the proud owner of four Springer Spaniels, two British shorthairs, and three domestic short hairs. She enjoys going on holiday in her caravan with her husband and her dogs.
Leanne has previously worked at a rescue centre for over 7 years, so has had lots of experience in handling animals. Leanne has both experience front and back of house and has joined our great reception team. Leanne loves receptions as she really enjoys meeting new people. Leanne enjoys taking Ruby ( Boston terrier Shih Tzu) on holiday, camping, long walks. Loves cuddles with her 2 cats Clayton and Lily.
Lottie has come to us from another small animal practice having worked there for over 2 years, Lottie has gained lots of valuable experience both front and back of house. Lottie has joined our reception team. Lottie enjoys socialising, festivals, travelling and having cuddles with her 2 beautiful cats Dora and Duke. Lottie keen interest is puppy cuddles.
Vets4Pets Redditch Trescott Road 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.
Digital X-RayDigital X ray equipment is available.
Isolation UnitA special ward to care for animals with contagious diseases.
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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.
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.
Hospital WardSuite of custom-built kennels for the housing and monitoring of in-patients.
DentistryThe treatment and prevention of dental disease
Starter pack protection
Best Start in Life
Complete Care Senior
Flea & Worm Pack