Becky smallRebecca Sweetlove BSc(Hons), Head Veterinary Nurse, RVN is a qualified Registered Veterinary Nurse with a degree in Veterinary Nursing Science from the University of West of England.

She was based at a practice in Gloucester whilst undergoing her training after which she worked in local practices for 3 years. She joined us in 2008 and worked for us until 2014 when she left to go travelling. She returned in 2016 to take on the role of Head Veterinary Nurse. She lives locally with two cats, her dog Tia and her three horses.

Sue smallSuzanne Pearson RVN joined the practice in 1989 and qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2004. Suzanne has bred several litters of Golden Retrievers, including showing and working them.

She has two horses, which she shares with her daughter as well as cats and chickens! Suzanne enjoys working with small animals such as rats and mice.

Kim smallKim Bell, RVN joined us in May 2008. She had started her veterinary nursing career at a practice in St Neots where she obtained her Veterinary Nursing qualification in 2004.

She moved to an intensive referral centre in 2006 but decided she wanted to return to general practice. She enjoys caring for her two dogs and two cats which keeps her very busy!

Claire smallClaire Daniels RVN, joined us in 2016 after working for a local practise since 2006 and qualifying as a Veterinary Nurse in 2011.

She was a Head Nurse in her previous role but missed the practical 'hands on' side of nursing and contact with her patients.

She lives in St Neots and has a retired Thoroughbred called Tyke and two young Cobs called Freddie and Jack.

She enjoys horse riding, walking in the countryside and meeting friends.


Vicky smallVicky Carr, RVN, qualified from Hartpury College in 2015 and started working at a small animal practice for over a year before joining us in 2017. She enjoys undertaking her nursing duties in theatre and outside work she enjoys horse riding and helping her family on their farm. She has two black Labradors called, Dotty and Charlie and a cat called George.

Siani smallSiani Richardson, Nursing Auxiliary, joined the practice in 2004 after working at a veterinary practice in Newmarket for seven years. She started her Pre Veterinary Nurse training and then locumed at a practice in Biggleswade.

She greatly enjoys looking after her horses, cats and dogs and enjoys her role as the diabetic supervisor, assisting clients with their diabetic pets after going through the experience herself!

Nat smallNatalie Rice BSc(Hons) Veterinary Health Science, Nursing Auxiliary. Natalie is from a local farming background and joined the practice in 2005 after gaining a degree in Veterinary Health Science at the University of West England.

She lives in Sandy with her husband and young son and has two chickens; a rescue cat Pumpkin and two Jack Russell x Paterdale terriers, Maisie and Isla, who she enjoys walking.

She has recently started her City & Guilds Level 2 certificate in Assisting Veterinary Surgeons in the use of Anaesthetics and Sedation.


Danielle smallDanielle Elliman, a nursing auxiliary, started working for us in 2016. She has just started her Veterinary Nurse training.

She has already developed an interest in de-sensitising dogs that are anxious about coming into the practice and looks forward to starting her nurse training.

She enjoys horse riding, farming and country life and has a Cob called Kye and an Arab X Cob called Riley. She also has two Labradors, Savannah and Brewser.

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Caring for pets

As many of us are pet owners ourselves, we understand the importance of pets truly being part of the family. We do our best to offer the best care for your pet, with a comprehensive preventative healthcare programme and a range of medical services and surgical facilities to help when everything doesn't go to plan.

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