Vetsure Covid-19 Update
The Vetsure team are fully set up to work from home. It's business as usual for us so please feel free to call us to talk about your policy or email [email protected] To help us minimise delay, we're asking you to avoid posting claim forms to us where possible. Claims can be emailed to us at [email protected] or, if your practice is part of our network, please ask your Vet to submit your claim digitally via their Vetsure e-claims option. Thank you. We wish you and your pets the very best of health.
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Since my veterinary career began at AlphaPet, some time ago now, my interest in surgery has continually grown. I love that it often allows a definitive cure to some life-limiting conditions. I have learned new techniques and more advanced treatment options in the 3 years spent studying for my Small Animal Surgical Certificate, and I am now enjoying using these skills on my furry patients at AlphaPet.
As a GP Vet first and foremost, I’m used to managing all conditions, from liver disease to dentistry. So I am ideally placed to fully assess your animal’s overall health prior to any surgical procedures.
I am a general surgeon so manage both soft tissue and orthopaedic cases.
If your animal is coming in for surgery with me, we will start with a long consultation to ensure you understand the condition, and the procedure we will be performing. I will also inform you of the potential risks of the surgery, the likely outcome if we didn’t perform the surgery, and the other conservative options that could be considered instead of surgery. Occasionally, I may consider, and discuss with you the possibility of referring your pet to a more specialist Veterinary Surgeon instead if it is a very complex condition, or if the surgery may require very specific equipment.
At home, I have a very naughty black cat called Bramble. I had never had a cat before I took her home as a stray kitten with a broken leg! I had no idea how difficult it would be to cage rest her or how much I would grow to love her. She has taught me to be a much more feline-friendly vet, and I can certainly sympathise with owners struggling to keep cats rested. I also have Bantam chickens, and have previously been the owner of a house rabbit with dental disease, so am very happy to see the more exotic animals too.
Sadly, I find I don’t quite have the time for a full-time canine, so regularly borrow family member’s dogs for long country walks, returning them tired and muddy. I love trail running in the South Downs, and have entered into multiple marathons this summer to keep me busy outside of AlphaPet.