Having worked in the Small Animal Hospital as a locum for some time, Lauren finally joined the Langford Vets team in April of 2018. Profile to follow soon.
Elaina Tabrett joined the Langford Vets Equine Centre team in April 2018. Elaina has a level 2 is horse management and care after attending Cannington College. Since then she has achieved a level 2 apprenticeship in the principle of horse care and worked at event, dressage and livery yards. In addition Elaina is a keen rider and has brought on and competed her own horses to a very high standard.
Sam graduated from Swansea University with a BA History and Politics in 2014. After six months living in Australia he returned to the UK to complete his master’s in journalism and an NCTJ Diploma. Sam worked as a news reporter and temporary sports editor at the Stroud News & Journal for just over a year. Following his time on the newspaper he was looking to transfer his skills into a marketing role and joined the Langford Vets team in Spring 2018.
Hayley joined the practice team in April of 2018. Further information will follow shortly.
Danny graduated from University of Liverpool in 2008 with an intercalated MSc in Veterinary Infectious Disease Control. He has spent his career in mixed, equine and small animal practices all over the UK and New Zealand. Some clients may recognise him as he previoulsy worked ni the equinepractice for a few months. Danny is regularly involved with One health projects involving rabies eradication, working horses and livestock in India, Iraq, Morocco and The Gambia.
Hilary graduated from the Royal Veterinary College. She worked in small animal practice for six years before undertaking the role as Feline Advisory Bureau Scholar at Langford, Bristol. Over the next seven years Hilary worked in the Feline, Dermatology, and Small Animal Practice Teaching departments at Langford and gained the RCVS Certificates in Small Animal Medicine and Small Animal Dermatology.
Profile coming soon
Profile Coming soon