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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.
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Jessica graduated from Cordoba in Spain and went on to obtain her PhD in Virology from Hannover in Germany. She initially worked at the Veterinary Faculty in Germany and Switzerland before moving to the UK, where she has gained 20 years’ experience in Small Animal Practice. Jessica is passionate about all aspects of Veterinary Medicine but believes the most important area is to focus on exceptional patient care and outstanding communication. She has achieved her Postgraduate Certificate in Small Animal Surgery and is a keen and skillful surgeon.
Jessica grew up on a farm surrounded by horses, cows, dogs, cats, goats, chicken, ducks and pigs and by the age of nine she already knew that she wanted to be a vet. Jessica has a crazy cockerpoo called Paddy, a very handsome lion head bunny called Roy and a pony called Princess (daughter’s), along with the memory of many that have been but no longer are.
Debbie qualified from Liverpool University in 1992, and for the first two years worked in mixed practice treating farm animals, pets and even a few zoo animals such as a camel with an abscess on its hump! The last 20 years have been spent in small animal practice in Nottingham where Debbie has developed a special interest in ultrasonography and soft tissue surgery.
When she is not working Debbie spends her spare time at the gym or walking in the peak district, reading and going to the cinema. Debbie’s real passion is world travel to meet first hand all the amazing creatures around the globe; from the Tiger Sanctuary in Thailand, to Whale watching in America, on safari in Africa, and snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef.
Debbie currently doesn’t have any pets of her own but she does sponsor a brown bear cub in a bear orphanage in Canada.
Christina qualified in 2009 via the RVC's foundation degree where she attended placements at a variety of practices. After bouncing about for placements she settled down in a practice in Middlesex for seven years before moving away from the hustle and bustle to join the Nottingham team. Christina enjoy all aspects of nursing and cannot think of any other career that she would want to do; she has a particular interest in physiotherapy.
At home Christina has a mischievous rabbit with a wonky leg who has been her companion for six years.
Sue has loved animals all her life and has always been passionate about their welfare. From a very young age she owned several rabbits and has gone on to have cats, dogs, guinea pigs, gerbils, rats and horses as well. Until getting this job Sue volunteered at a local animal sanctuary and loved caring for all the animals. She hopes one day to fulfil her dream and be able to train to become a qualified veterinary nurse and is very excited to be working in a veterinary environment.
At home Sue has a beautiful Weimaraner, Labrador cross called Nixie and a mischievous but very lovable rabbit called Herbie. In her spare time Sue enjoys being outdoors, gardening (pretty unsuccessfully), running and reading but loves nothing more than taking Nixie for long walks.
Toyah grew up from a very young age handling her family-owned exotics pet and quickly developed a passion for animal welfare, especially in reptiles. Having studied animal care and gaining experience in animal based environments, she is delighted to be studying veterinary nursing and developing her knowledge.
Toyah doesn’t currently own any reptiles as she has a Labrador cross named Vinnie who she adores and spoils very much!