Patient Care Assistants
Certificate in Dog Psychology/Behaviour and Training
Senior Patient Care Assistant
Katie has worked in various roles in both first opinion and referral practices and has a passion for Animal Care and Welfare. She is currently studying to become a qualified Canine Hydrotherapist and she has a keen interest in post surgical rehabilitation.
Outside work, Katie enjoys spending time with family, friends and her cat Albus. She also enjoys walking, travelling and snowboarding.
Sharron joined our reception team in November 2015. Prior to this, she worked in a first opinion veterinary practice in Romford for 12 years. After rescuing a tortoise called Shelley, Sharron decided to pursue a diploma in Herpetology. She also qualified as a Veterinary Care Assistant during her time there.
Outside work, Sharron lives with her daughter, her two black cats, Pixie and Flea, her two budgies, Gie and Pip and, of course, Shelley the tortoise.
Level 2 BTEC Technicals Animal Care diploma
Patient Care Assistant
Briney has always been interested in Animal Care and enrolled in the Level 2 BTEC Technicals Animal Care course at Capel Manor College. After completing her diploma, Briney moved into the veterinary industry and worked at a rehoming centre. Briney joined Southfields in June 2019 as one of our Nursing Assistants.
In her spare time, Briney enjoys reading and walking her dogs.
Patient Care Assistant
Wendy has previously volunteered at several animal rescue centres and was lucky enough to combine her love for animals and travel by volunteering in South Africa. During her trip to South Africa, Wendy cared for many exotic birds and animals. More recently, Wendy worked at a human hospital as a healthcare assistant in orthopaedic theatres.
In her spare time, Wendy enjoys travelling, going to the cinema and spending time with her family and friends. Not forgetting, spending time with her Labrador, Murphy.
BSc (Hons) Animal Management (Companion and Zoo)
Kira has always wanted to work with animals and has previously volunteered at numerous animal establishments including a cattery, Essex Wildlife Trusts, two veterinary clinics and at a nature reserve in South Africa. She has a degree in Animal Management and undertaking this inspired an even greater interest in improving animal welfare.
In her spare time, Kira is an Assistant Cub Scout leader and has been through all sections of Scouting having completed her Queens Scout Award and Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award. She also enjoys reading, swimming and trips out to animal establishments.
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