After helping to look after a menagerie of animals as a child, always with a terrier or two in tow, I inevitably wanted to become a vet. I qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 2017, and have worked in Kent and Norfolk since, joining Glaven in March 2019.
I first came to Glaven as a veterinary student for experience in my final year of university, so already knew what a special practice and area it is. I am passionate about providing a high standard of care, putting animal welfare first and working with owners to give their pets the best possible quality of life. I am particularly interested in diagnostic imaging, internal medicine, and ensuring dignified end of life care.
In my spare time I enjoy cooking for family and friends, yoga and running. I volunteer as much as I can for Anthony Nolan, and am often found organising a charity fundraiser. More often than not though, I’m out on dog walks with my cheeky Border Terrier, Albie, exploring the wonderful Norfolk countryside!
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