QUALIFIED VETERINARY PHYSIOTHERAPIST AND
REGISTERED VETERINARY NURSE
Becky began her training in 2009 out of Harper Adams University, qualifying in 2013 and joining the AVG team in 2014.
Whilst she has always wanted to be a vet nurse, making a difference to the lives of pets and their owners, Becky discovered a love of orthopaedics early on in her AVG career, and went on to re-train as a Veterinary Physiotherapist, graduating in 2017 and joining the RAMP register shortly afterwards. She now heads up our rehabilitation department, and fills her days with helping our post-op or acute patients, as well as those suffering with ongoing chronic pain and their families.
Becky understands our clients and their pets can be at their most vulnerable when they come to see us, and that her skills can offer them comfort, reassurance and, in essence, a way forward.
With this part of the industry becoming more widely recognised in the last few years, she is looking forward to developing the AVG service further – watch this space!
At home, Becky has two troublesome cats, Merry and Pippin, as well as a well-loved Musterlander called Remus. Becky loves nothing more than getting lost with Remus out on country walks. She has a penchant for all things “gardening”, and fancies herself a poor-mans Monty Don, with an enormous plant collection to match!