Our veterinary team at The Vet Nottingham are experienced and knowledgable and with pets of their own, they understand exactly what your pet means to you. Use the calendar icons below to check the availability of your vet.
The Vet Nottingham Veterinary Surgeons and Nurses
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’.
Deputy Head Nurse (Currently on Maternity)
Rebecca is currently studying Veterinary Nursing at Nottingham Trent. She decided she wanted to be a Veterinary Nurse after living in Australia for a year and a half and would eventually like to go to Africa to work with Elephants. She also has an extended diploma in animal care and animal management and has previously volunteered at vets and kennels, expanding her knowledge in animal care. In her spare time, she likes going to concerts, listening to music, walking her dog and spending time with friends. Rebecca only has the one dog who is a German Shepherd called Skye, who’s 1 and a half years old (the pup in her picture).
Laura has always loved animals having grown up with them from a young age. Laura qualified in 2016 with an FdSc in Veterinary Nursing from Nottingham Trent University. Following this, she topped up her qualification at Harper Adams University by completing her BSc (Hons) Veterinary Nursing and Practice Management in 2017. During this time Laura was able to achieve C-SQP status as well as her Veterinary Practice Administration Certificate. Her love for Veterinary Nursing is reflected in her keen desire to provide the best standard of care. Laura, whilst enjoying all aspects, is especially interested in anaesthesia, surgical nursing and behaviour. Laura currently has two gorgeous but crazy Springer Spaniels, Molly and Mabel. In her spare time she enjoys reading, socialising and horse riding.
Student Veterinary Nurse
Becca has always loved being around animals having previously owned hamsters, rats and even stick insects! She currently has 2 very fluffy Swiss guinea pigs called Rocky & Rambo and a Cavapoo named Rosie.
She has previously volunteered at an animal rehoming centre, a dog kennels and grooming parlour and is excited to start training to become a veterinary nurse next year.
Emma Chilton – currently on maternity leave
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Jess’s childhood was surrounded with a variety of different animals which hugely contributed to the love and passion for animals and husbandry care she has today. After working in a customer focused background for the past 6 years, whilst studying, Jess decided to academically pursue her ambitions within clinical veterinary care after her completion of her Level 3 Extended Diploma in Animal Management, Derby College Broomfield. She went on to receive an offer to study Veterinary Medicine at The Royal Veterinary College, here she participated in farming, lambing and hand rearing young offspring to help benefit her studies on placements and to broaden her abilities with different species.
Emma has a degree in Zoology and has currently progressed to studying a postgraduate degree in Veterinary Physio at the University of Nottingham. She has a loveable chocolate Labrador at home and has a love for any big or small dog that comes into clinic.
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Fee has been nursing for fifteen years. She qualified with a diploma in veterinary nursing in January 2013, completed her certificate in veterinary dermatology in 2018 and her certificate in oral health in 2020.
She loves dermatology, parasitology, exotic animals and caring for senior patients, however, her main passion in life is wildlife, in particular, hedgehogs!
She spends most of her time outside of work, hand-rearing, rehabilitating and releasing hedgehogs and educating people on how to make their gardens wildlife friendly.
She has three rescue cats; Murphy, Sid Vicious and Chester, a lurcher called Archie, five Giant African Land Snails called; Ser Davos, Jorah, Khaleesi, Drogon and Robb and various tropical fish, shrimp and water snails. She’s previously owned everything from rats and rabbits to frogs and tortoises.
Animal mad is a slight understatement!
In her spare time, Fee enjoys; curling up with her cats and a good book, cross stitching, gardening, baking, films, photography, music, walking the dog and spending quality time with her two nieces and nephew
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Deputy Head Nurse
I graduated from Harper Adams University in 2019 with a BSc (Hons) in Veterinary Nursing and a Veterinary Practice Administration Certificate. I’m a clinical coach to our student veterinary nurses, a Pet Bereavement Support Advisor and I am currently complete if a certificate in nurse consulting. My interests lie within in-patient care and consulting, but I’d also love to delve into hydrotherapy down the line.
Outside of work, I enjoy going to the gym, travelling and reading.