Meet The Team
Andrew graduated from The Royal Veterinary College in 1996 and worked as an intern for a year. He has gained much experience in small animal practice. Andrew is heavily involved in the management side of practice now and runs the practice with his wife, Caroline, and their excellent team of staff. He still enjoys his work with the patients though and is particularly happy in the operating theatre.
Caroline qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2000. Since then she has worked in small animal practice including at Wey Referrals, a specialist centre in Surrey. In 2003 she founded Veterinary Healthcare Ltd with her husband, Andrew. She is now Practice Manager at Stonehenge Vets. In her spare time Caroline likes to do agility with her three dogs – Oakley, Stanley and Mulberry – who are regularly seen at the practice!
Anja joined the practice in 2014 after moving down from Lincolnshire from another rural Small Animal Practice. She enjoys all aspects of her job in particular surgery. Anja has always had a menagerie of animals since being in her home town of Aberdeen. At the moment she has some young chicks in the back garden and hopes to expand the family soon!
Zoe graduated from Bristol University in 2012. She spent three years working in a mixed practice in Lincolnshire before moving to Wiltshire in 2015. Zoe currently enjoys both the medical and surgical sides of her job and the variety that this brings. Zoe is keen to pursue her musical interests, initially with choral singing and perhaps in an orchestra if she can find the time!
Izzy graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2018 and joined Stonehenge Vets in early 2020. She has always had a passion for small animal surgery and has ambitions to achieve further qualifications in this field. In her spare time she can be found training with her archery club, crafting anything and everything, playing and making music (don’t test her Eurovision knowledge!) spending quality time with her children (her two Turkish Angora cats, Merlin and Arthur), and creating content for her online following.
Shelley graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2002 and has been working in the local area ever since. She has a particular interest in small animal medicine along with holistic care. Shelley also carries out assessments for wannabe PAT dogs in the area. She lives on a farm along with her 3 dogs, 2 cats, 2 donkeys, 3 sheep, 3 chicken and not forgetting her 2 daughters!
Mandy has worked at Stonehenge Vets since 1999 and is now manages the front of house team as well as doing a lot of the admin work, including the insurance claims. She enjoys walking her spaniel “Bella” and spending time with her husband and two young sons – normally on the motocross track!
Julie started as a afternoon Receptionist in 2011. She is married with three sons, three daughter-in-laws, five grandchildren and a cat – phew! Julie feels that working at Stonehenge Vets and being involved with pets, though the good times and the sad times is a great privilege.
Debbie joined the practice in 2015 as an afternoon receptionist. She has two daughters and a grandson, a dog and a cat. In her spare time Debbie loves going for long walks with her dog and looking after her grandson.
Jane started as an afternoon receptionist in November 2015. She is married with three sons and enjoys spending time with her family and walking her dog “Jimmy”. She also enjoys upcycling and sewing.
Naomi qualified in 2011 after completing a four year degree at Bristol University in Veterinary Nursing and Practice Administration. She joined the team in 2014 as Head Nurse. Naomi has an interest in surgical nursing and rehabilitation. In her spare time she enjoys training and walking her puppy “Loki”. She also has a rescue cat called “George”
Head Veterinary Nurse
Megan joined Stonehenge Vets in July 2012 and recently qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in April 2016. Megan has a keen interest in inpatient care and radiography. At home Megan enjoys cuddles and walks with her new Labrador puppy, Paddy!
Emilia re-joined the practice in July 2017 after completing her degree in Veterinary Nursing from Hartpury College and becoming an RVN. Many of you will recognise Emilia as she did a year of her training with us!
Angela qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 1996 and has an interest in small furries and geriatric care. She has a certificate in Canine Sports Massage Therapy. At home Angela is kept busy with her three children and a menagerie of pets including chinchillas and chickens! She loves going for long walks with her dogs Zodie and Bert.
Abi joined the team in April 2016 as a student nurse and qualified in 2019 after training at MYF in Aldershot. She has a keen interest in emergency and critical care. In her free time she enjoys walks with her dog Casper and coaches trampolining for young people in the local area.
Student Veterinary Nurse
Maddy joined Stonehenge Vets in June 2019 and is currently studying to become a registered veterinary nurse at Hartpury University. Maddy has a keen interest in ward nursing and would love to have a dog but while living at home she has a giant african land snail called Wilson.
Dan joined the Practice in 2013 and is our only Auxillary nurse, he has keen interests in nursing clinics and enjoys every aspect of the job. At home he has two cats called Tommy & Arthur and in his spare time, he likes hiking and camping in the great outdoors.
Stonehenge Vets and Sidbury Hill Veterinary Clinic join IVC Evidensia
We are delighted to announce that we have joined the IVC Evidensia family.
IVC Evidensia is Europe’s leading veterinary care provider with the mission of bringing people together to make animal care better – healthy pets and happy owners. One of the greatest advantages that being a part of the IVC Evidensia family affords us is the sharing of knowledge with a huge network of incredibly passionate, experienced professionals.
The team here at Stonehenge Vets and Sidbury Hill Veterinary Clinic are very excited for the future of the practice. There won’t be any changes to the team that you normally see when you visit us. We will be able to continue providing your pets with the exceptional care you have come to expect from us, with the fantastic support of being part of a larger veterinary group.
Should you have any questions, we would be happy to help. Please don’t hesitate to speak to any of the practice team.