Sarah is an RVN and the team lead for Swansea. She has worked in practice for 22 years both large and small animals, and has also had the opportunity to work with monkeys 🐒.
At present she is in full time education teaching animal management and veterinary nursing. Her passion is animal welfare, critical and emergency care where she gained a distinction in her certificate (certvnecc) and again a distinction in nutrition (certvnhnut). She also has a certificate in education. She believes educating the public is of utmost importance when it comes to animal welfare.
Qualified as a Vet in 1983 and spent 21 years in mixed practice. Holds a certificate in Sheep Health and Production and past president of the Sheep Veterinary Society. Consultant and flock health advisor since 2004. Director of Wales Veterinary Science Centre. Does a long weekend in general practice once a month as cover for small mid Wales practice. Live on a small hill sheep farm in the Brecon Beacons with partner, sheep, dogs and horses.
Alison qualified as an veterinary nurse in 2005 and has worked in first opinion, referral and critical care. She has a variety of pets including a staffie called Maddie, a cat called Julius and several ex-battery chickens.
Sarah has been a veterinary surgeon for 5 years, working in Wales and the south west of England. Her main interests are medicine and ultrasound. She has a dog (Mortimer) and cat (Mia) and lives with her husband-to-be in Bridgend. In Sarah's spare time she likes to play badminton, go walking and bake.
Laura is a Qualified Veterinary Nurse and has been in practice since 2001. She loves her job because it brings great joy and satisfaction. Helping others is Laura's passion and she is proud to be part of the StreetVet team. She also volunteers for the Burry Port Coast Guard Rescue Team. Being a mum of two keeps her busy, they help her strive in personal development by teaching her new things daily. She loves all exercise especially yoga , the wonderful natural beauty of the great outdoors and most importantly good nutritious food. I joined Street vets when we launched in Swansea in 2019 .I look forward to seeing our team grow by making a difference to the life's of street pets.
Siriol was born and brought up in the South Wales valleys, and is a fluent Welsh speaker. She graduated from the University of Bristol in 1987.
The early years of Siriol’s career were spent in predominantly farm animal practice, working in Cornwall and Somerset as well as West Wales.She married Steve, who is a specialist veterinary orthopaedic surgeon in 1990.
Following the birth of their fourth child in 2002, Siriol stepped back from full time practice and spent five wonderful years as a full time mum to her three sons and one daughter.
Since then she has worked in various small animal practices as a locum, spent a period working at a local rescue shelter, responsible for the veterinary care and neutering of around 2000 dogs a year. In 2018, Siriol spent a month volunteering on a trap, neuter, release project in Borneo, Malaysia – providing essential veterinary care to the island’s many thousands of street cats and dogs.
Siriol loves all aspects of general veterinary practice, particularly building a bond with clients and their pets. She also enjoys all types of general surgery, and supporting her younger colleagues in the early years of their careers.
Outside work, Siriol’s family are the main focus of her life. She loves all sorts of outdoor pursuits, especially walking with her three rescue dogs, Alfie, Jess and Nell, and skiing and travelling with her family. She also finds time to volunteer as a leader with a local Scout group.
She plans to spend her retirement travelling the world, volunteering on veterinary projects in 3rd world countries – but has to persuade her husband first!