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Our Team

Our Nurses

At Drove we are proud to have a dedicated team of professionally qualified Veterinary Nurses who consult alongside our vets and provide the following clinics:

  • Puppy and kitten care - including welcome sessions when clients are invited to bring pets in to their local branch to meet the staff and allow their pet to become familiar with their surroundings
  • Vaccinations
  • Post op checks and suture removal
  • Sexing of animals
  • Worming and flea treatments
  • Microchipping
  • Redressing of wounds
  • Weight Loss
  • Blood pressure monitoring
  • Behavior advice
  • Senior pet care
  • Ear Cleaning
  • Laser Therapy
  • Nutritional and Dietary Advice
  • Palliative care, support and advice
  • Arthritis Support consultations
  • Disease Management Clinics
  • Nail Clips

Lyndsay Hughes

RVN MBVNA, certificate in Small Animal Nutrition. Main interests are medical, emergency and critical care and nutrition. Lyndsay sits on the Board of Directors at Drove and is also the Junior Vice President of the British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA).

Lyndsey is an advocate for promoting the broad range of skills veterinary nurses have and raising general awareness of the important role they play within a veterinary practice. She is supported by a team of eight lead nurses who oversee the smooth running of our theatres, wards, nurse consultations and branch surgeries. They also mentor and train a great team of registered and student nurses.

Our nursing team are also integral to inpatient and day patient care; staying with your pet throughout their time with us, including during any procedures or treatment that may be needed, and ensuring that our high clinical standards are consistently met. All of them also love making a fuss of every patient and dedicating time for individual care.