Anne Nelson

Senior Veterinary Surgeon/Owner

Anne grew up on a dairy farm in Scotland surrounded by an array of farm animals as well as many horses, cats and dogs. After graduating at Glasgow University Veterinary School in 1982 she worked as the house surgeon at the university for a year before moving south to work at the Royal Veterinary College…

Practice Manager

Dawn qualified as a veterinary nurse in 1996 and after various permanent and locum positions she settled at Anne Nelson Vets becoming a permanent member of staff in 2003. In 2012, along with Karen Davison, Dawn took on the role of practice manager whilst also continuing to nurse part time. However she has since given…

Veterinary Surgeon

At the age of one, Alexandra was already on her first real pony. All her childhood she was surrounded by cats and dogs, so it was an obvious decision to become a vet or join the mounted police…the job with the most passion was an obvious choice! Alexandra graduated from Ghent University in 2005 and…

Veterinary Surgeon

Hettie has wanted to be a vet from a young age and we welcomed Hettie to the team in August 2021 as a newly qualified vet. As well as graduating in Veterinary Science at Liverpool University she also has a degree in Zoology.  Hettie enjoys running and is often accompanied by her buddy Ollie, her…

Veterinary Surgeon

Siobhan Veterinary Surgeon We welcomed Siobhan to the team in November 2023. Siobhan has always wanted to be a vet since she was a child and started off by practicing on her teddies which you be pleased to know are still intact.  When Siobhan was about 15, she carried out work experience with us on…

Angela qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2006 and joined Anne Nelson Vets in 2012. She has a keen interest in Canine Behaviour Therapy and Training having worked for a behaviourist and trained her own Springer Spaniel in obedience, agility, and flyball.

Head Nurse

Nikki qualified as a  Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2008 and recently joined  Anne Nelson Vets after a short break starting her own family. She is passionate about all animals and has 2 horses and 2 cats of her own. She is particularly interested in surgery and in gaining her advanced nursing certificate. SaveSave

Jo has been working for Anne Nelson Vets for many years and helps train Student Veterinary Nurses that are on placement as part of their degree.

Michelle joined us in January 2021 as a student veterinary nurse nearing the end of her training and was a very welcome addition to the team.  Michelle or Mich as she prefers to be called is very well travelled. Not long after leaving school Mich become an air stewardess on long haul flights and visited…

Student Nurse

Student Veterinary Nurse Emily joined the practice as a student nurse in March 2024. Prior to that Emily was working as a veterinary receptionist. Emily has always wanted to work in the veterinary industry but wasn’t sure in what capacity. Her road to becoming a student nurse has not been a straight one and after…

Student Nurse

Martina Student Veterinary Nurse Anne Nelson Vets welcomed Martina to the team in February 2024. Martina started her veterinary nurse training in April 2023. Martina’s career did not start off in the veterinary industry, she started out in hospitality, which she says she fell into. Martina worked her way up, obtained her liquor license and…

Head Receptionist

Head Receptionist Ren has been working with us since June 2023 and she is our head receptionist. Ren is also a registered veterinary nurse and has a wealth of knowledge.  Originally Ren wanted to be vet but following work experience the nursing side appealed to her more. She says nurses play a huge part in…