Exciting news... we are extending our Saturday opening hours! With consultation slots becoming busier and everyone's need for more flexibility with life (hopefully) returning to normal, we are pleased to [...]
Vet Nurse Awareness Month 🌟 Zoe 🌟This month we celebrate all things vet nurse and to mark the occasion we will be focusing on each of our lovely nurses in turn to help you get to know the ones looking after your pets a little bit better! Zoe is our wonderful RVN from Harper Adams University, she is one clever cookie, getting a First in her Degree course. Zoe is a fantastic moral booster and always makes sure that the patients are very well cared for. Zoe is a very patient and kind person who always puts others before herself.When did you join Copthorne Vets? I officially joined Copthorne Vets in June 2021 but you may have seen me during my ten week and year placement as part of my course requirements.Where did you study and when did you qualify? Harper Adams University, qualified July 2021.Why did you want to become a veterinary nurse? Having always cared for our pets and farm animals at home, becoming a veterinary nurse seemed a natural progression.Do you have an area that you are especially interested in? Schedule 3 procedures and wound care.What is the best bit about your job? Working as part of the Copthorne dream team.What is the toughest part?I’m going to agree with Ell and say avoiding all the unhealthy snacks within the practice.Do you have any pets of your own?Two cats, a dog and a pet sheep, Willow, which you may have seen in previous social media posts.Do you have any hidden talents?I can recite the alphabet backwards, quickly!And finally... what's your guilty pleasure?Chocolate. #VNAM2022... See MoreSee Less
Vet Nurse Awareness Month 🌟 Stacey 🌟This month we celebrate all things vet nurse and to mark the occasion we will be focusing on each of our lovely nurses in turn to help you get to know the ones looking after your pets a little bit better! Stacey has recently qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse 🥳. Stacey has worked and studied very hard for her exams, now all that hard work and dedication has paid off. Not only that, Stacey is also our Rabbit and Cat advocate for the practice, she is very busy indeed. When did you join Copthorne Vets? September 2015Where did you study and when did you qualify? Rodbaston college and qualified march 2022Why did you want to become a veterinary nurse? I have always loved being around animals especially when growing up spending time with my auntie's dog that I adored. I soon found I had a keen interest in animals and wanted to be able to care for them!Do you have an area that you are especially interested in? I like working with the feline patients, small furries like your rabbits, guinea pigs, rats etc and exotics! I also have an interest in diabetes management.What is the best bit about your job? Getting to meet all the lovely patients, being able to care for them and seeing them get better.What is the toughest part? Having to say goodbye to patients 😢Do you have any pets of your own? I have 5 cats, 3 rabbits and a hamster!Do you have any hidden talents? I enjoy playing the piano 🎹 And finally... what's your guilty pleasure? Sometimes I do have some naughty food after a good session at the gym 🤭 ... See MoreSee Less
👑🇬🇧 Jubilee Bank Holiday 🇬🇧👑With the double bank holiday coming up next week, here are our opening hours should you need us over the long weekend.Please note that our last medication delivery will be for the orders placed on Tuesday 31st May, a week today, so this will be the last day we can guarantee food or medication orders until the following Monday, although we will of course try our best to help you if you find yourself running short 💊🦴 ... See MoreSee Less
Vet Nurse Awareness Month 🌟 Sarah 🌟Today is Sarah’s turn. Sarah has been at the practice for 18 years! Now that’s dedication. We can’t put into words just how dedicated to Veterinary Nursing Sarah is. Due to health issues it has taken Sarah a little longer to qualify, but we are delighted to say that last year, after sitting her final exams, she got the qualification she truly deserves. Sarah is a truly amazing person and is passionate about animal welfare and education. This month we celebrate all things vet nurse and to mark the occasion we will be focusing on each of our lovely nurses in turn to help you get to know the ones looking after your pets a little bit When did you join Copthorne Vets? May 2004Where did you study and when did you qualify? Rodbaston College, qualified 2021Why did you want to become a veterinary nurse? Always love animals, got the bug for veterinary work from my awesome Grandadd who had a practice down in Devon. I was always going in to watch everything he did. Do you have an area that you are especially interested in? I'm very interested in Nutrition, keeping animals healthy. I currently do weight clinics at the practice. What is the best bit about your job? Getting to know the clients and animals, as well as watching the animals get better.What is the toughest part? Saying goodbye to the golden oldies. 😢Do you have any pets of your own? 2 dogs, 2 cats, 1 rabbit, 4 terrapins. Do you have any hidden talents? I sing, dance and act in my own time part of Bayston Hill Amatur GroupAnd finally... what's your guilty pleasure?You may not think it but I love watching the Kardashians. ... See MoreSee Less
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