Gill works at our Carlton surgery. She started work at Oak House Vets in May 1996. Gill enjoys meeting and helping clients and their pets who, over the years have become more like her friends and family. She gets great enjoyment over getting to know each one of your pets quirky and individual personalities. “I know what we have to do is in the best interests of the animals and try to give clients the best support possible”.
At home, her time is occupied with her cats George, Lola, Ozzie and Chester and Tortoise Tara. She spends time at home with her two wonderful grandchildren, Eve and Finlay, whom she absolutely adores and gives her the excuse of acting childish again!
Julie is part of our Woodborough Road and Plains Road receptionist team and also works Saturdays at the Carlton Surgery. She has worked in veterinary practices since 1988 and joined the Oak House Vets in January 2005.
She has always enjoyed keeping dogs and currently her pet is Herbie a broken coated Jack Russell Terrier with a lovely temperament and a big appetite! She has a lot of love for all types of Jack Russells!
She enjoys walking Herbie, reading, watching good films and spending time with friends and family.
Rachel joined the practice in Spring 2017 fresh from volunteering in South Africa where she worked at a Wildlife Sanctuary and then moved on to Cape Town to work in an animal shelter and in the townships for 4 months.
She continues her love of shelter work and returns to Cape Town twice a year, helping to educate the residents in the townships and working with her friend who owns an animal charity.
Rachel loves to walk her dog Ozzi, a slightly bonkers Weimeraner and they participate in Muddy Obstacle courses together. In her spare time she is a personal trainer and she teaches spin and fitness classes at a local studio.
Working at Oak House Vets is Rachel’s perfect job as she gets her 4 paw fix everyday.
Insurance Coordinator & Receptionist
Sarah joined the practice in 2013 as a receptionist. She is married to an APDT certified dog trainer and has a keen interest in the welfare and training of dogs.
She particularly loves Schnauzers, of which she has four.
What happens in an emergency?
In the event of needing to contact the duty vet out of hours, please ring one of the normal surgery numbers and listen to the directions given on the answer machine.
What about payment?
We try to keep our fees reasonable, but they also have to be realistic and reflect the level of care provided. We ask that payment is made at the time of treatment. For your convenience, we accept Delta, Switch, Visa and Access cards.
What is the best choice for my pet?
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I love Oak House Vets. I moved from a surgery, which was taken over by a corporate vets and it lost that old-fashioned personal touch, which I like. Everyone here is so helpful and pleasant and Andrew is a fantastic vet & a lovely person. It makes taking your beloved pet to the vets much less stressful.