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Our Nursing Staff


Claire Daniels Head Veterinary Nurse (RVN)

Claire joined us in 2016 after working for a local practice since 2006 and she was Promoted to Head Veterinary Nurse in 2019.

Claire has a keen interest in the clinical side of nursing from stitch-ups & xrays, to grass seed removals. She is also the Clinical Coach for the practice, training and supporting our student veterinary nurses.

She has two dogs; Kobi a Hungrian Vizsla and Oakley a working cocker spaniel.  Claire enjoys working both her dogs, whilst exploring the local woodlands and countryside.

Kim Bell RVN

Kim joined us in May 2008, after qualifying as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2004 at a practice in St Neots.  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!

Vicky Ferriman RVN

Vicky 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 in-patient care and nurse consulting clinics.  She has three working spaniels and a labrador at home (Cleo, Wren, Otter and Bruce) and also two cats (Max and Callie) and they keep her very busy.

Suzanne Glover RVN

Suzanne qualified in 1997 and joined the practice in 2020, she has previously been a distance learning tutor for the College of Animal welfare and a clinical coach for trainee nurses, as well as assisting with examinations.

She loves nurse clinics and has a special interest in nutrition and behaviour, passing her behaviour diploma in 2005. Suzanne is currently working towards the Canine Arthritis Management Veterinary Practitioner qualification and hopes to undertake the Certificate in Veterinary Nurse Consulting next year.

She lives locally with a crazy cocker spaniel, a rescue collie, a house rabbit and a tortoise.

Alex Gerber RVN

Alex joined us in 2020. She qualified from the College of Animal Welfare in 2017 and started a Head Nurse role in North London until 2020 but she missed the hands-on, clinical side of veterinary nursing and being able to follow cases to their completion.

She lives locally with her partner and their crossbreed dog and enjoys long walks in the woods and exploring the local area.

Charlie Leslie RVN

Charlie joined us in 2021 after graduating with a BSc (Hons) from Middlesex University.

She has a particular clinical interest in diagnostic imaging and emergency and critical care and is currently studying for a certificate in Emergency and Critical Care.

Her interests include event planning and socialising with friends. She has a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel called Macey who keeps her very busy.

Jessica Haynes RVN

Jess has worked in practice since 2018. She qualified as a veterinary care assistant before joining us as a student nurse in 2021, and has since qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse.

Her favourite part of being a nurse is the hands on patient care side. At home she has 3 dogs, 2 cats and an African grey parrot.

Siani Richardson Nursing Auxiliary

Siani 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 dog, horses and cats and enjoys her role as the diabetic supervisor, assisting clients with their diabetic pets after going through the experience herself!

Natalie Rice Nursing Auxiliary

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

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

Natalie has also achieved her City & Guilds Level 2 Certificate in Assisting Veterinary Surgeons in the use of Anaesthetics and Sedation.

Nurse Clinics

Are you aware that our nurses run clinics every day to help you care for your pets?
About our Nurse Clinics

Our nurses can assist with general health care advice on worming, flea treatments, grooming, diets and neutering. They can also perform microchipping, claw clipping, emptying anal glands, giving 2nd vaccinations and other on-going injections and medications.

In addition, they run puppy parties, weight clinics and desensitisation clinics. Please see below for more information.

Caring for Pets

Caring for Pets

As most of us are pet owners ourselves, we understand the importance of pets truly being part of the family.

We endeavour 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.

Continuous Professional Development

Caring for Pets

All our vets & nurses undertake further professional training each year to maintain their registration and ensure we are offering your pets the most up to date treatments in veterinary medicine.

Opening Times

Monday to Friday
8:30am to 7pm
Saturday
9am to 12:30pm

Consultations by appointment only. Click here to contact us via email.

In case of Emergency

In the event of an emergency out of hours please call 01767 627317 to be transferred to Vets Now at Barton-Le-Clay. Alernatively, call Vets Now directly on 01582 967089.