OUR FRIENDLY TEAM
She has her own pets at home including two naughty dogs, four cats and a parrot. She also has a little flock of sheep and some chickens to keep her busy.
When she’s not vetting you’ll usually find her in the garden, although she does enjoy a bit of yoga and the occasional swim!
Helen has been nursing since the 1990’s. Originally from Northern Ireland, she moved and settled in Melton in 2001. She loves all aspects of veterinary nursing, but has a special interest in nutrition and behaviour. Helen is also known for her love of wildlife and enjoys rehabilitating the sick and injured back into their natural environment. In her spare time she enjoys running and spending time with her two dogs.
George loves her job, particularly looking after all the inpatients.
She enjoys all aspects of the emergency and critical care work especially caesarians. You will see her in the practice running around like a busy bee!
She loves doing nurse consults, fussing patients and chatting with owners.
In her spare time she enjoys walking her dog Murphy and caring for her cat Figaro.
Emmadee is our receptionist. We are proud to have a martial arts expert working for us – Read all about Emmadee our kickboxing star!
management. Sapphire also enjoys caring for wildlife and has great success
in hand rearing pigeons.
In her spare time she relaxes with her menagerie of animal at home ranging
from ferrets to a Harris Hawk and a very big dog called Mr D
He enjoys his job, particularly surgical cases.
In his spare time you might find him walking the dogs, doing a spot of gardening, but he also enjoys climbing, tennis and he’s a bit of a birder.
away to keep everything in order behind the scenes. When she is not keeping
us all organised she loves walks with her two girls Lexie and Brook.
Libby qualified in 2020 from Nottingham Vet School.
Libby has a keen interest in all areas of veterinary work.
In her spare time Libby loves being outdoors, spending time with her pony
and very cute dog little Echo.
She loves her job, particularly caring for critically ill patients as it is very rewarding; they call her “the feeder”!
In her spare time she looks after her two dogs, two cats and chickens. She also enjoys a bootcamp exercise class and walking her dogs.
When Sarah is not busy with her studies she loves spending time with her sheep.
Sarah is also well know for her excellent cake baking skills which we don’t complain about at all.
She has two rather lazy rescue lurchers, Wizzy and Zinge, two rescue cats, Wotsit and Mishka and a horse Sutts, who is 23!
When not dealing with the family or menagerie she enjoys going to the theatre – musical theatre is her favourite, followed by a nice meal – lovely!