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Meet the team
Sophie qualified from Murdoch University in Perth Western Australia in 2006. Sophie has worked in mixed practice since graduating but has since settles for small animals solely. she has a surgical bias and enjoys extra curricular activities with charity work.
Tim has spent over 30 years looking after all sorts of pets throughout Warwickshire and the West Midlands. He is thrilled to now be part of the Vets4Pets Team of Stratford-upon-Avon, and particularly enjoys helping deliver excellent surgical care for all the fury patients there.
At home, he is joined by Hattie, a 4 year old Lurcher, and Douglas, a black and white moggie who prefers not to disclose his precise age... just like his owner... The responsible adult of the household is his wife, Helen.
What pets, if any, do you have?
Newton a Chihuahua, Mork, Claude & Piglet (Cats) and about 100 Koi carp.
Your interests inside of work:
Surgical Nursing & Exotics.
Your interests outside of work:
Singing/playing music and art.
Before I became a Veterinary Nurse I worked in IT for 20 years. I started as a trainee nurse at a local practice and was instantly hooked! I completed my nursing diploma and registered with the RCVS, and haven't looked back since.
My main passion is cats, and anything cat related, I also have a keen interest in anaesthesia and absolutely love being in theatre and taking care of your pet under general anesthetic. I'm very lucky to work with an amazing team here at Stratford and can't imagine working anywhere else.
How long you've worked here? 3 years as of January 2020
Qualification- RVN, qualified in 2013
Pets- 2 Jack Russells, 1 miniature dachshund, 2 guinea pig, 12 chickens
Interests inside of work- physiotherapy, care of hospitalised patients
Interests outside of work- I'm currently doing a distance learning degree in Archaeology.
I also enjoy dance and gardening.
Hi, my name is Tina, I have over 20 years reception/administration experience, I love meeting people and therefore consider myself to have found my ‘Purr-fect’ job working here as Practice Manager.
During my spare time I go on lots of walkies with My ‘Fur-Kids’. Hugo is the apple of my eye, he’s a very characteristic Black & White Tibetan Terrier with gorgeous rare blue eyes, needless to say he gets a lot of admiration wherever we go.
Cloie is my little princess, she is a Toy Yorkie but she thinks she is a big dog, therefore she isn’t scared of the dinosaurs in the park. Last but not least is Obi Cat, she is my son’s cat, we rescued her at 6 weeks from the side of the road, she has travelled the adventures of growing up with my son into her teens – together we all make the perfect pack.
I look forwards to meeting you all and hearing your stories.
I have recently joined the team at Stratford Upon Avon Vets4pets in June. After studying an engineering degree I spent several years working for Rolls Royce before deciding to change careers to the service industry. I started in the veterinary industry 7 years ago and have enjoyed progressing through the business. My job role is mainly working with the CCA team to make sure we can offer a great service to our clients and making sure our team have everything they need. I have a lovely cat named Lyra who is deaf and loves cuddling up on the sofa and waking me up at 5am! Outside of work I enjoy rock climbing and playing squash.
I started working here in January 2022.
My role is a Clinical Care Advisor, although this is currently undergoing an exciting change to become a Pet Health Advisor, allowing us to become more involved and more knowledgeable about our patients and their care.
I never thought redundancy after so many years in my previous job could lead to such a great opportunity. My days are filled with all kinds of "fur babies" and their families - what's not to like?
Working with a committed and enthusiastic team makes it a joy to work here.
Pets have always been a part of my life. Whether it be a goldfish or a rescue pony, we've pretty much had them all. Winnie is our latest addition, another rescue puppy. She's beautiful, very talkative, and LOVES cheese.
Hello, I’m Megan
I joined the Stratford team in August 2022. I am currently studying a degree course in canine therapy and rehabilitation. You will see me greet you and your fury friends at reception. I have a group of my own cuddly animals, I have 2 dogs, a Labrador and a Cockerpoo and 2 cats called Elsa and Bella.
How long you've worked here- I started in October 2019
Position in practice- client care advisor/receptionist
Pets- a little rescue dog called Adele (she came from Romania and is my baby!) Before that I always kept hamsters and guinea pigs.
Interesting facts/hobbies outside of work- I love spending time with my husband, Chris (and Adele!)
I love reading and watching films (anything to do with Disney or Harry Potter). I also like going to see musicals in London.
I'm hoping to reach my target of reading 60 books by the end of the year. I speak fluent Hungarian as I am originally from Budapest.
Companion Care Stratford upon Avon has rebranded and joined the Vets4Pets family, as well as moving along with the Pets at Home store!
The NEW Pets at Home store is on Maybrook Retail Park, and our shiny new practice, with the new name Vets4Pets Stratford, opened on 2nd August.
But don't worry, despite our new look and address, we are the same friendly practice, offering the same fantastic care.
Open 7 Days a WeekWe are open 7 days a week.
AnaesthesiaGeneral anaesthetic enables us to perform many procedures kindly and safely for your pet.
DentistryThe treatment and prevention of dental disease
Health PlansDesigned to cover all the regular pet care essentials such as vaccinations and flea and worm prevention, whilst saving you money.
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Nurse ClinicAppointments with a highly qualified nurse which can cover anything from nutrition and fitness advice, grooming techniques, to pet socialisation classes.
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.
X-Ray & UltrasoundX-Ray & Ultrasound
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