After qualifying from Cambridge University Veterinary School in 2009, I worked in James Herriot’s old practice in Thirsk, N. Yorkshire before moving down to Devon in 2011. I love all aspects of mixed practice but I have a particular interest in small animal cardiology (heart conditions in dogs and cats) as well as equine and farm animal practice. In my “spare” time I enjoy sailing and fishing, as well as walking my rescue Labrador, Reggie and watching TV with the cats Gilbert and Elvie.
Angela qualified from the Royal Veterinary College, London in 2009.
Emma graduated from Glasgow university in 2013 and has a particular interest in farm animals! In Emma's spare time she enjoys walking the Devon-shire countryside with her Cocker spaniel Merlin and sailing the coast.
I am the Head Veterinary Nurse at Selworthy, I qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2005, after attending Bicton College of Agriculture. I thoroughly enjoy my job and take particular interest in laboratory work, behaviour and medical nursing. In my spare time, I enjoy riding my horses.
I am a Qualified Veterinary Nurse and have worked at Selworthy Vets since 2005. I passed my exams in 2007, after attending the Veterinary Nursing course at Bicton College of Agriculture. In September 2012, I completed a course to become a clinical coach to assist with the training of trainee nurses. In my spare time I enjoy walking with my dogs and spending time with my family.
I qualified from Bicton College as a Veterinary nurse in 2013. I then went travelling to Australia and New Zealand for 6 weeks which I thoroughly enjoyed and hope to go back again in the future. I enjoy all aspects of my Job but have special interests in Surgical Nursing, Animal welfare and helping wildlife. In my spare time I like to spend time with family and friends, going to the beach, cycling, kayaking, driving my classic Austin Mini 1000 and walking our two dalmatian x Collies on the beaches and moors! I am looking forward to the next couple of years as we are going to be organising a lot of charity events, to raise money for me and Natasha to do a charity trek in Iceland.
After completing my BSc Veterinary Nursing degree and graduating from the Royal Veterinary College in 2011, I was offered a job back at Selworthy Vets in July 2013. I completed a years work placement at Selworthy as part of my university degree in 2007, so it has been nice to join the team again. I feel my role as an RVN fulfilling and find it very rewarding, I enjoy the day to day variety of cases, especially the nursing of intensive care patients and running nurse clinics.
In September 2013, I completed a clinical coaching course, so I am now able to assist with the training of Student Veterinary Nurses and I am also one of the trained First Aiders at the practice. In my free time, I enjoy rowing, playing netball and mixed hockey, spending time with my husband Jacob and our families and friends and walking our two Dalmatian x Collies, Jasper and Marley, on the beaches and moors.
I returned back to working at Selworthy in September 2015, after working a nine month maternity cover in 2014. I qualified as a Animal Nursing Assistant in 2007. I particularly enjoy the medical side of nursing. When I am not at work, I love being outdoors spending time with my three spaniels and my horse.
I have been working as a Veterinary Nursing Assistant at Selworthy for a number of years now and I enjoy all aspects of working in a busy mixed animal veterinary practice but these days I tend to do more office based admin including all the accounts and insurance claims. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, friends and walking my dogs.
I am currently studying at Taunton and Bridgwater College to gain my Veterinary nursing qualification, I am thoroughly enjoying the course and particularly enjoy the anatomy side of it. In my spare time I like to walk my boxer dog Bernard.
I am currently attending Bicton College two days a week working towards my Animal Nursing assistant qualification.
In my spare time i enjoy walking my staffordshire bull terrier Floyd and spending time on the water with my family!
Physiotherapist / Hydrotherapist
Our Veterinary Physiotherapist, Chloe Tuckwell, graduated from Harper Adams University in 2019 with BSc (Hons) Veterinary Physiotherapy. Her studies included a 44-week work placement at Bach Canine Rehab in West London, a specialist Canine Hydrotherapy & Physiotherapy Centre, gaining invaluable practical experience. She is registered with the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP), and will soon be registered with the Canine Hydrotherapy Association (CHA) after completing a Level 3 Certificate in Small Animal Hydrotherapy.
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