Outside of the consulting room, most of the attention and medical care your pet receives is at the hands of a veterinary nurse. This May we celebrate that care and attention, as Veterinary Nursing Awareness Month (VNAM) gives us an opportunity to talk about the role of our VN’s in caring for your pets. In any given day they may find themselves taking x-rays, medicating patients, doing consults, maintaining equipment, monitoring anaesthetics, dressing wounds, answering phones, and the list goes on! We couldn't function without them.
During this month we would like to introduce you to different members of our nursing team covering our veterinary nurses, student nurses and our nursing assistants.
Today we would love you to meet nurse Anne joined Vale Vets in 2003. Anne helps to run our successful Nurse Clinics and has a keen interest in Weight Clinics and puppy development. In her spare time Anne and her husband enjoy walking, cycling, Morris dancing, folk music and cross-country skiing.
She has a lovely dog Murphy, a small lurcher and a cat called Leaf.
We are fortunate at Vale Vets to have an amazing team of committed, talented and enthusuastic staff.
We are an RCVS approved veterinary hospital with a team of friendly vets and qualified nurses who are available 24/7