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.
The Vet Morden Veterinary Surgeons and Nurses
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.
Customer Care Manager
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.
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Chantel has always had a love and passion for animals. She decided to volunteer at Wildlife Aid in 2011 before starting her career in the Veterinary industry in 2014. Chantel qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2019.
She 4 cats at home, the oldest being 17 years old, and the youngest being 7 months old. Over the past 6 years she has gained experience in various fields including physio and hydrotherapy, and assisting with the treatment of zoo animals. Chantel really enjoys doing nurse clinics and nursing hospitalised patients, as the sense of fulfilment seeing them return to health compare to none other.
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Lili graduated as a RVN from the Royal Veterinary College in July 2019 and she joined the team soon after. Alongside work she is currently studying for her BSc in Veterinary Nursing back at the RVC and is also on the committee who created and ran the first ever SVNFest Congress. At home Lili owns a Border Terrier called Bobbie, a Shetland Sheepdog called Quinn, a cat called Domino and a Syrian Hamster called Hattie. Her hobbies outside of work include watching her football team AFC Wimbledon and taking Quinn to conformation dog shows. She is also the secretary for the South East Branch of the English Shetland Sheepdog Club.
Veterinary Care Assistant
Shanice always knew she was going to work with animals from a young age. She has never found another job that has given her more satisfaction than working with animals. Shanice has studied animal management and animal care at college, after that she then graduated from university with a degree in Applied Animal Behaviour and Training in 2019. She has recently adopted a stray that was brought into The Vet, her name is Evie Wonder due to an eye deficit. Her aim is to study veterinary nursing and develop her skills at The Vet Morden.
Student Veterinary Nurse
Sasha has always aspired to work in the veterinary industry. She has completed her level 3 Animal Management Diploma at Nescot College and after doing work experience at The Vet she knew she wanted to become a Veterinary Nurse. She then went on to study Veterinary Nursing at Middlesex University, where she is currently doing her final year. Sasha has always had pets in the family home, currently she has a loving Old English Sheepdog Cody and cannot wait for her fluffy family to grow. In her spare time she enjoys going out with friends and traveling.