|Autumn '17 newsletter|
In June we bade a fond farewell to Alice, who leaves us to pursue her interest in academia; Alice will be studying for a PhD on the theme of 'Canine diabetes' at The Royal Veterinary College, London. We wish her every success in her future studies.
|Summer '17 newsletter|
As the long summer days bring with them a spirit of optimism, less muddy dogs and happy cats basking in the sunshine, at Dacre House we continue to work hard, fuelled by the regular appearance of cake from our baking-enthusiasts on the team as well as by your continued appreciation and support of the work we do.
|Spring '17 newsletter|
It has been an exciting season at Dacre House as we have worked hard to cope with increasing demand. We have welcomed two additional staff members and made changes to the building to accommodate the growing team.
We hope you like the "new look" reception desk which we think is a lot friendlier and improves accessibility for wheelchair users. Bradley and Liz have also been busy creating space in other areas of the building to give the vets/nurses and patients more room.
|Winter '16 newsletter|
In September we bade a fond farewell to Andrew after two years with us. We wish him all the very best as he moves to pastures new, probably to pursue his interests in wildlife rehabilitation. At the same time we welcomed to the team two vets who are already very familiar to us. Sarah, who graduated from the Royal Veterinary College this summer, has been a frequent visitor to us on work placements during her studies. Originally from London, Sarah has moved to the area with her husband, Tom. Sarah enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine and is particularly interested in poultry; she recently took on six rescued ex-battery hens. In her spare time, she enjoys exploring new places, walking and camping.