Our Morden veterinary team understands how much your pet means to you. Their knowledge and experience ensures that your pet is always in good hands.
Jennifer White BVM&S MRCVS BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
Originally from Warwickshire, Jennifer graduated from The Royal (Dick) Veterinary College in Edinburgh; prior to this she achieved a first class honours degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Southampton where she spent three years. Since graduating as a vet she has worked mainly in mixed practice gaining experience of multiple species. Her main areas of interest are internal medicine and surgery and she is planning to study further in order to gain certification as an advanced practitioner. For Jennifer, the best part of her job is getting to know both the owners and their animals. A keen rider, Jennifer shares a horse called Richochet with her Mum. She is also currently training for her first marathon which she finds a useful way to counteract her love of maltesers! She also enjoys cycling, dog walking, travelling and reading. Pets: Jennifer has a Border Collie called Mog (Naughty Margaret) a retired racing greyhound called William, a Dachshund called Enzo and a rescue cat called Radish. Collectively, she likes to refer to them as ‘The Zoo’.
Natasha Clark RVN
From a young age Natasha knew that she wanted to work with animals and after her work experience she quickly made the decision to pursue a career focusing on helping and caring for animals. Natasha left school at 16 and started working towards her goals. By 2013 Natasha became a Registered Veterinary Nurse. Her career has been based in Veterinary Hospitals around South London. With this experience, her main passion is being an advocate to my patients. Allowing them to feel comfortable and happy during their vet experience, whether it is a stay over at the vets or a quick visit for vaccinations. At home Natasha looks after a diva of a Shih Tzu, a crazy chocolate Labrador and recently re-homed a Hamster who was found in a park in South London.
Charlotte is from South Yorkshire and has recently moved to South London with her four guinea pigs Mouse, Margo, Daphne and Jade. Charlotte graduated in Animal Management under Sheffield Hallam University in 2015, and 2018 marks her fifth year working in the Veterinary industry. Charlotte has a great interest in anything guinea pig and she has kept them for ten years. In her spare time Charlotte enjoys travelling and going out with family and friends.
Georgeana graduated in 2011 in Romania but decided to postpone work and travelled. Georgeana lived in Scotland for a few years and worked in a cat shelter. She discovered her passion for wildlife and photography and decided that it’s time to work as a Vet. Georgeana and her partner decided to move to England a couple of years back. She started working as a nurse and reading lots of veterinary books. Now she’s ready for the next step, working as a Vet.
Georgeana loves travelling with herpartner. They are both fond of photography, wildlife and the outdoors.
Unfortunately they don’t have any animals but they would love to adopt a cat and some chickens!
Holly Smith SVN
Holly is an animal care assistant and aspires to one day be a veterinary nurse. Holly has always wanted to work with animals, ever since she was a child, and she is extremely grateful and excited to be able to pursue this. Holly owns a Variety of animals: a border collie cross staff called Frankie, a cat called Nala, a Florida king snake named Luke, Marcie the hamster and finally an albino African pygmy hedgehog called Mellow!
Daisy Tear SVN
Daisy is a 25 year old Vet Care Assistant from London. She owns a Chihuahua Jack Russell cross called Ernie & a cat named Toulouse. Daisy has grown up around dogs as her aunt used to breed Jack Russell’s when she was younger, and has always known that she would have an animal based career; hopefully embarking on Veterinary Nurse training in the near future. Daisy also has a passion for traveling and has travelled extensively throughout South America, Asia & New Zealand. Once qualified she would love to return to South America to do some big cat conservation in the Amazon.
Debs was born and raised in South London. Her working life has always been in the human medical environment of a local hospital. She has been at The Vet since the beginning of August and is really enjoying her new role as receptionist in the animal medical environment. One of the best parts is meeting animals and their owners. She has always loved furry creatures and has a beautiful black domestic short hair cat called Toby. She enjoys walking with Lexi, her friend’s Golden Labrador and meeting with other dogs and their owners. In her spare time she enjoys reading, knitting and catching up with friends.
Karley was born in Battersea and to all her friends she is known as “the crazy dog lady”. She has always owned a dog and they are her favourite animals. She currently owns two chihuahua’s, Dolly and Teddy. Although she wishes she could have a whole house full of dogs! She loves to help animals anyway she can, little or big.
Emily was born and raised in Sutton and has owned animals for as long as she can remember. Her family had two rabbits named Billy and Bobby then got their first dog, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel called Charlie. Emily says ‘we were all told to keep quiet and still before he came in so he could get used to his surroundings. Charlie came bounding into the room, jumping all over us. That’s when I first fell in love with dogs.’
Since then they have got Bella (a mix of who knows what) and Princess who is a Chihuahua. Emily says ‘Charlie is a grumpy old man now but still loves going for walks with his sisters so to keep him happy I bought a dog pram, he loves it and so do I’. Emily’s dream is to be able to help any dog, cat, rabbit or animal that she can.
Flo graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in London in 2011. After graduating she travelled around the world, volunteering at multiple different charities for stray and injured animals. Since then she has worked in small animal practices around the South East of England, gaining her experience in different aspects of veterinary practice. Flo has developed a special interest in soft tissue surgery. At home Flo has 2 cats and a Lurcher called Lindy. In her spare time, she likes to travel to different countries.