Our Great Notley Clinic Team
I started working at Spring Lodge in 2003 as a Kennel Assistant and continued to work while I studied for my GCSEs and A-Levels.
I was very lucky to gain the grades required to start my Veterinary Degree at the Royal Veterinary College and graduated as a Vet in 2011.
I rejoined the practice in 2012 and now enjoy all aspects of small animal medicine and surgery, especially dealing with the rabbits and small furries.
At home I have 23 rabbits, 3 cats and a Spitz called Dorothy and Pug called Gru.
I have been working for Spring Lodge since October 2005. I am enjoying the opportunity to work within such an interesting and varied environment where no two days are ever the same.
Over the years, I have accumulated a menagerie of animals ranging from bantams to iguanas.
I now share my home with two dogs, three cats and a husband, all of them rescued!
Hello, I’m Coral I have worked at Spring Lodge since January 2015. I share my house with my Jack Russell Terrier called Ben, who I adopted from Wallace Kennels in July 2016.
We love to do agility regularly with our local trainer and hope to compete in the near future!
I also have a horse called Bella who I adopted in 2007, she’s now semi-retired but we still enjoy the odd plod around the Essex countryside.
Reception Manager, Animal Health Advisor SQP
I joined the company in 2009 as a Veterinary Nursing Assistant and I have now taken on the roll of Reception Liason which involves working with all of our branches to ensure the clients receive excellent service.
My interests are animal welfare, wildlife conservation, and animal behaviour.
My wife and I have a Jackhuahua called ‘Maddie’, a domestic short haired cat called ‘Baby’ and a dwarf lop rabbit called ‘Something Special’.
I have been working for Spring Lodge since 2013. Having been a client of Spring Lodge for many years, I was delighted to get the opportunity to work with such a friendly, dedicated team of people.
I previously worked for the NHS and have been able to transfer my skills to this interesting and varied role.
I own a whippet called Louie, a black cat called Pickles and have rescued a lurcher called Lucy through Spring Lodge. Although I am based at Great Notley, I often work at the other branches when required.
RVN Advanced Pet Health Counsellor
I am Spring Lodge’s Advanced Pet Health Counsellor. I am a Registered, Qualified Veterinary nurse and have been nursing for over 16 years.
I started at Spring Lodge in 2003 and enjoy being part of such a lovely team in a busy veterinary hospital. Running nurse consultations involves giving advice on nutrition, preventative health care, basic behaviour and general animal care.
I also organise displays, promotions, puppy parties, client information evenings and attending charity events which involves many of the staff from Spring Lodge. I have two cats, a rabbit and a little rescue dog called Angel of my own and plan to try some dog agility very soon.