Veterinary Welfare Advisor
Time at the charity
I have previously been a part of the group, as a veterinary nurse with Vets for Pets for 5 years, so I am excited to now be joining the Foundation in May 2023.
Quick summary of your role
I oversee the welfare of our pets looking for new forever homes in our adoption centres, as well as overseeing vet bill authorisations and the adoption accounts.
What do you love most about working at Pets Foundation?
So many things! The team are amazing, and the work the Foundation is doing to help pets is incredible and making a real difference. I’m very proud to be a part of it.
What pet do you have at home?
Sadly, no pets at the moment! But I am sure that this will soon change now I am part of the Foundation team.
What’s your favourite type of pet?
I love all animals, but I have a real soft spot for dogs, (particularly spaniels) and who doesn’t love guinea pigs? I think they love food as much as I do!
What is your most memorable rescue experience?
I am really looking forward to visiting some of the great rescues that the charity supports, but my personal experience would be rescuing my own cocker spaniel a few years ago. Being part of her journey and seeing first-hand what difference a loving home can make was so heart-warming, and it makes me passionate to ensure that we help as many pets as we can into loving homes.
What are you most excited for this year at the Foundation?
Getting started into my role as a Veterinary Welfare Advisor! So far, I have loved learning about how much work the charity does, and I am excited to be able to see this first-hand in the coming months.
Where are you most likely to be found in your job?
Either in the office, getting to know all my Pets colleagues, at home in my office, working on our cases and helping the wider PAHF team.