Zoë began working in a small animal practice in 2005 and later qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2008 with merit.
After gaining several years’ experience in a first opinion practice, Zoë went on to work at a busy referral veterinary hospital in Bristol. Here she developed her nursing skills in both medical and surgical cases and emergency and critical care.
In 2012, Zoë took on the role of head nurse in a small animal practice which involved management and training of a small nursing team. Here, she also completed a physiotherapy course and introduced physiotherapy clinics for both cats and dogs.
Zoë joined us as part of the Feline Centre in July 2015 and has since completed the ISFM Certificate in Feline Nursing, which she passed with distinction. Zoë has most recently taken on the role of Radioiodine Nurse, helping with various aspects of our radioactive iodine service. Zoë is very passionate about treating our hyperthyroid patients and helps care for them before, during and after their radioiodine treatments.
Zoë has always had a passion for cats and as a result, owns three mischievous felines; Misty, Midge and Doris. All of which were strays that she has weaned herself from 3 – 4 weeks of age.