I completed a degree in Bioveterinary Sciences at the Royal Veterinary College in 2014, before qualifying as a veterinary surgeon from the University of Surrey in 2019, as part of the first cohort of graduates. During my veterinary education, I was involved in many clinical projects, including researching epilepsy, intestinal parasites and mobility in dogs. I was also a trained Peer Supporter, which meant I was able to support my fellow students when they needed a helping hand in any aspect of veterinary school. For the final year of my degree, I was lucky enough to train in several established veterinary practices across the UK, allowing me to gain invaluable experience.
I have a strong interest in small animal surgery, which I hope to progress further in. Other aspects of the profession that I am very passionate about are animal welfare and the human-animal bond; they are so important and precious!
Outside of work, I love cooking and baking, travelling, film, dance and going for countryside walks, as well as seeing my friends and family as much as I can. My next plan is to rescue a cat to share my home with!
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