Vets4Pets Richmond Have Relocated
Our brand new, purpose built practice is now open, located on 413/415 Upper Richmond Road West, East Sheen SW14 7PJ. Get in touch with the team on 020 8392 5910 for more information.
Meet the team
Growing up with pet Labradors and a love for the African bush and wildlife conservation, I was always destined to find a career working with animals. I graduated from Bristol University in 2015 and, after working in South Africa as a wildlife vet for several months, have been part of the wonderful Richmond team since early 2016. I have a keen interest in working up medical cases in house and am looking to further my knowledge and skills in orthopaedic surgery and ultrasonography in the near future.
Outside of work nothing beats grabbing a coffee and going for a walk with my fiancée, and I love keeping fit, catching up with friends and family, and playing and captaining my local cricket team in the summer.
I always wanted to vet, but took a roundabout route via a Zoology degree! I qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 2012. Since then I have worked solely in small animal practice. I worked in a busy hospital for a couple of years before coming to work for Vets4Pets where I have been ever since.
I find our profession very rewarding and enjoy being able to make a difference by helping to care for our clients furry companions. I like working up medical cases and am considering a medical certificate in the future. I enjoy the variety that this jobs brings; whether that is seeing a Great Dane or a ferret!
Outside of work I am kept very busy by my 2 young children, Hungarian Viszla Evie, where we spend many hours walking in Richmond Park. I also have a couple of lovely gerbils at home as well.
I graduated in July 2019 from the University of Bristol and I started here at Vets3Pets Richmond 3 months later.
I have a keen interest in anything surgical related, enjoying working up medical cases and love being able to put a smile on owners faces their beloved pet is returned to them in full health.
I am also starting a post graduate certificate in Small Animal Surgery in January 2023.
Aside from being a vet, I love the outdoors. In my spare time I like to go running, skiing and walking in the Scottish highlands. I also love to tackle a cryptic crossword.
I don’t own any pets in London, but when I get to go home to Dorset where I grew up, our family dogs are ready and waiting for me.
I qualified with my veterinary degree from the Royal Veterinary College. Prior to this I earned my bachelor’s at University College London in the Division of Biosciences, where I was also awarded the Human Sciences Prize for top student of the graduating year.
I enjoy practicing both medicine and surgery and am keen to expand my knowledge in both. Outside of clinical science I also maintain a keen academic interest in ethology and evolutionary biology, and have published work in this area. My amateur pursuits include classical ballet and riding and I spend a lot of time as a slave to my own silly boy, Sully the Springer Spaniel.
I joined Richmond Vets4Pets in 2021 and look forward to working with our lovely patients for many years to come!
Hi, my name is Celine. I am originally from Ireland but moved to the UK in 2006. I have always wanted to work with animals and started my training as a veterinary nurse in 2008. I qualified as an RVN in 2013. I worked in a very busy 24 hour hospital throughout my training. I loved the variety that working in a hospital provided and each day brought new challenges! I enjoyed the opportunity of getting to know the animals that came in to stay with us and nursing them from the time of admit until they were well enough to go home.
I started work at Vets4Pets in June 2015 after taking time off from vet nursing to have my son.
I have a special interest in animal behaviour and hope to begin studying towards a certificate in animal behaviour next year.
I have 2 female pet rats, Penny and Bean.
I graduated from Warwickshire College in 2016 with a FdSc in Veterinary Nursing. I joined the team in June 2020 as head veterinary nurse. During my career I have worked in both small animal practice and referral hospital setting, where I worked in out of hours emergency nursing. This has led to a keen interest in emergency and critical care nursing. I enjoy the challenge of nursing intensive patients and the reward when they improve.
I have a small cheeky spaniel named Sam and in my free time I enjoy going surfing in my campervan.
I look forward to seeing you all at the practice soon!
I qualified as a veterinary nurse in September 2012. I took a break to raise my son and have pretty much been working at Vets4pets since 2016. I have a keen interest in companion animal behaviour as well as pain management. I have a cat called Morris and hope to add a Cavalier King Charles at some stage. In my spare time I like to keep fit, spend time with friends and shop.
I graduated as a veterinary nurse in 2003. I spent 15 years at a busy referral hospital nursing a wide range of wonderful patients from Ophthalmology to Neurology and critical care. I have a special interest in feline welfare and behaviour and completed the ISFM Advanced Certificate in feline behaviour in 2021. I am continuing my studies as I hope to achieve full accreditation as a feline behaviourist.
I love traveling and have been fortunate enough to combine it with my love for animals and spent time working with orphan elephants in Kenya as well as Orangutans in Borneo.
In my spare time I enjoy drawing, reading and quality time with friends and my gorgeous, sassy cat called Pud.
I am a strong believer that everything in life happens for a reason. After being unable to work for almost 10 years due to illness I took it as a sign when a precious gift entered my life in the form of a bonkers Staffordshire bull terrier called Murdock. When Murdock was 2 years old he was diagnosed with idiopathic epilepsy. I discovered whilst caring for him over the 8 years he was with me that I wanted to help other animals. I joined Vets4Pets Richmond in 2015 as a receptionist and was inspired by the incredible nursing team to train as a veterinary nurse. I studied for 3 years at MYF College and worked every day as an apprentice until in 2021 my dream was realised and I graduated as a fully qualified RVN. As a type 1 diabetic I am keen to gain more understanding of supportive nutrition and develop my skills nursing endocrine patients. I am truly grateful and proud to be a member of the team at Vets4Pets Richmond.
I have been working here at Vets4Pets Richmond since it opened in February 2015. I started out as a veterinary receptionist and then was given the opportunity to be trained as veterinary care assistant and gained my VCA qualification through the College of Animal Welfare. After this I had the honour of being asked to become the Practice Administrator.
I am the proud owner of a gorgeous black and white cat named Heisenberg. She has a bit of a reputation as a sassy cat and is not afraid to let you know if she isn’t your biggest fan but I wouldn’t change her for the world! If I had the room (and Heisenberg would allow it) I would have a lot more animals.
I started working for Vets4Pets Richmond in 2018 as a receptionist after working in retail since leaving school. I have found the job really rewarding as I have always had a passion for animals and caring for them. After not really knowing what I wanted to do as a career I have finally found it, as I am hoping to begin training to become a veterinary nurse soon!
I currently have 1 cat called Turbo who is a regular here sadly and three Chihuahuas called Lola, Daizy & Deigo.
I started working at Richmond Vets4pets in August 2021 after finishing college in June where I studied animal care for 3 years. I have always had a passion for animals and now I am in the line of work where I get to see animals daily (and say hello when possible) and see all the treatment that goes on for them. I am hoping in the future to start studying and eventually become a nurse.
I have always grew up with animals around me and now have my own dog called Bella ( who is a Staffordshire bull terrier cross mastiff) who comes to work with me to see everyone when we have space. Bella is a very loving dog and LOVES her treats.
I have been working for Richmond Vets4Pets since 2020. I have a lovely little maltese called Estrella.
I have been working for Richmond Vets4Pets since 2021. I have 3 lovely dogs Dorothy, Hector and Marvyn and a lovely cat called Lily.
Vets4Pets Richmond 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.
BiochemistryAllows an assessment of the functionality of a patients organs.
DentistryThe treatment and prevention of dental disease
Haematology – Blood testingAllows the assessment of a patient's blood and blood cells.
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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.
Operating TheatreAn operating theatre with gaseous anaesthetic facility for surgical procedures.
X-RayGenerates digital 2D images of bones and internal organs.
Complete Care Junior
Complete Care Senior
Flea & Worm Pack