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About Me

For as long as I can remember, I have adored animals;  I was the child always wanting to "pet the pony", say hi to the sheep in the field whilst out on a walk, or point out every single dog that we pass. This interest seemed to kick-start the journey to pet ownership, beginning with small furries and eventually to my first loan-horse.

Over the years, I developed a keen interest in animal health, particularly relating to their anatomy and biomechanics. I am passionate about animal welfare and quality of life, particularly relating to rehabilitation after injury or illness. This led me to undertake a BSc (Hons) degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy at Harper Adams University.

Throughout my journey to becoming a veterinary physiotherapist, I spent many weekends working at a daycare and boarding kennels which I thoroughly enjoyed and I loved getting to know a variety of different breeds of all shapes and sizes!


I currently own my beloved rescue bunny rabbit Basil, who has become a firm member of the family over the last 9 years. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with Basil - he carries out daily physiotherapy exercises and of course gets a good massage on a regular basis! Other than this, you will usually find me out on a walk or a run in the open countryside. 


  • BSc Veterinary Physiotherapy (1st Class Honours)

  • Level 3 Certificate in Canine Hydrotherapy

  • Kruuse Veterinary Physiotherapist of the Year Award 2021

  • Level 3 certificate in Equine Sports Massage

  • Level 1 and Level 2 Reiki Practitioner

In 2018 I spent 3 weeks volunteering at the Millennium Elephant Foundation, an NGO dedicated to improving the lives of domestic elephants in Sri Lanka. I love exploring new places and so here I was lucky enough to combine this with my passion for improving animal welfare. I hope to continue partaking in projects such as these throughout my future, integrating my skills in order to help animals and the people involved. 

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