Heather joined Rees Veterinary Centre in April 2005. She trained and qualified as an APDT Advanced Level dog trainer having a keen interest in dog behaviour. She loves being part of the team at Rees and is always looking at ways and initiatives to help move the practice forward. Her main aims are to ensure we offer the same service to our clients and their pets that we would like to receive for our own pets and to continually strive to find ways to improve what we do and how we do it.
Amanda joined the Rees team in 2015 as head receptionist. She has been involved in dog training for over 10 years and is passionate about pooches. She has been married for many years and has two human children and six of the doggy variety. She spends most of her spare time walking the dogs and training dog’s to play the fun sport of flyball.
Sharon was “inherited” when Rees Veterinary Centre purchased their first premises from Sharon’s father in 1984! This makes Sharon our longest serving member of staff! She is mad about Cavaliers and has two of her own, called Libby and Daisy.
Kirsty joined the practice in 2006 she has three dogs called Jack, Guinness and Cassie and two cats called Merlin and Lilly. Kirsty loves walking her dogs in the countryside.
Caroline has worked with animals since leaving school and worked as a canine beautician for 25 years working in a boarding kennels and in a veterinary practice until she joined the reception team at Rees in 2003. Her first love is cats and she is interested in feline behavioural issues having lived through a few with her own cats. Caroline has two cats, Pandora and Tango (the last two being rescue kittens adopted from Rees). She also has two dogs Prada, a beautiful black sable German Shepherd, and Lottie, a cross Westie-Dachshund.