I am originally from Surrey and qualified in 2009 after doing a Nursing degree and NVQ. I moved to Beaumont vets from the Blue Cross Animal Hospital in Victoria where I picked up many interests and experiences which I hope to bring to Beaumont.
My interests in practice including nursing exotic species and theatre practice. I have a cat who I hand reared from two days old when he was brought into the Blue Cross. I also have a dog, Skye, who was hand-reared by the nurses at Beaumont when her mother sadly passed away during an emergency caesarian.
In my spare time I enjoy being in the garden and relaxing with a good film.
I am originally from Norfolk and moved to Oxfordshire in 2007. I am a qualified riding instructor and always took a keen interest in any vet visits to the yard, so I decided to take the step into vet nursing.
I qualified as a veterinary nurse in August 2015 and gained my certificate in canine and feline behaviour management in September 2017. I am now working towards a degree in Canine and Feline Behaviour. I find working with both pets and clients to resolve behavioural issues really rewarding.
In my spare time I enjoy riding, wakeboarding, baking, going for long walks and spending time with my two cats, Cosmo and Bliss.
I am a Student Veterinary Nurse here at Beaumont which is my first training animal practice. Before starting here, I worked at the Oxford Cat Clinic for three years as a cattery assistant which made me even more of a crazy cat lady.
I have three cats; Marley and Ava who are brother and sister and Tyler who is the older brother. I also have two albino guinea-pigs called Ginny and Luna. In my spare time I enjoy photography, being with friends and family and spending time with all my cats and my two greedy pigs.
I am from Oxford and started working at Beaumont in 2004. I now work part time since having my daughter in 2015. I have always been passionate about animals and knew that I wanted to work with them.
Since working here I have picked up my own menagerie of a dog, two cats, two guinea pigs and two chickens.
In my spare time I like to walk my dog and enjoy with my young family.
I have worked with animals all my life, before coming to Beaumont in November 2015, I worked in horse racing for 10 years riding out and taking the horses racing and studying in equine management and racehorse care, also helping to run a cattle farm and equine breeding and producing young stock to sell on in to the equine world.
Since being at Beaumont I have gone on to qualify in animal psychology (O.A. Dip. ) and have just finished my diploma in animal nutrition. I have 4 dogs of my own two who I recused from the practice, and an ex racehorse called paddy who is loving life being retired and well spoilt. My passion is dog training and behaviour with difficult breeds.
Hi, I am Ale a new trainee Vet Nurse arrived straight from Italy’s hot weather. There, I left my fluffy lazy persian, Micio and my sweet dog Olly who are well looked after by my family.
I volunteered at the clinic few months before started working and I’ve been a dog walker of two majestic Hungarian Vizslas. I have always loved animals since childhood, after school I thought I would have liked to become a lawyer so I attended the first year at a Law Uni in Milan but It didn’t meet my expectations while I immediately found my fulfilment here at Beaumont. Sadly not having my pets here in Oxford, I wouldn’t want any other job.. always surrounded by your beloved, I’m happy to take care, cuddle, and look after them as if they were my own.
Before working at Beaumont Katie I was a student at Tiggy Winkles wildlife hospital where I got the pleasure of working with all British wildlife.
Before Tiggy’s I travelled to Fiji where I lived in a remote village and volunteered in their cat and dog rescue. It was hard not to take them all home with me!
I have a few pets at home: two dogs (M and Meg), a cat called Billy, a rabbit Dotty, two tortoises (Dizzy and Doodle) and finally a gerbil named Dala.
I first started working in a veterinary practice in 2013 as a veterinary nursing assistant and went on to start my nursing training in 2014. I have a few pets myself including two Jack Russell Terriers, lizards, snakes and a tarantula. I am interested in exotics and spend my free time walking my dogs.
I am originally from the Netherlands and moved to the UK in 1994. I completed my qualification to become an RVN at Barony College in the Scottish borders.
I joined the Beaumont veterinary team in March 2017 and moved into the area to be closer to my family. I have always wanted to be a veterinary nurse and love looking after all of your pets. I have a keen interest in allergies after going through it with my own puppy recently. I currently own two dogs that I compete in agility and flyball with which I thoroughly enjoy.