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Jill Watson
Jill Watson - HEAD NURSE

I qualified in 1984 after attending Berkshire College of Agriculture.

I have worked in both mixed and small animal practices and with a wide variety of animals including tiger cubs from the Suffolk Wildlife Park.

I live with my pets and family and enjoy riding, having had my own horse in the past.

I'm lucky to work with a very good team at Eaton Vets.

Sarah Proud
Sarah Proud

I am proud to be part of a great nursing team. I qualified as a veterinary nurse in 1999.

I enjoy all aspects of practice life and have a special interest in client care. I love the bond that owners share with their pets.

Sadly in May 2013, we lost our dear dog Crunchie. He has left us with some fond memories and will be a forever paw print on our hearts.

I live with my husband Lee and our son Eli. I enjoy watching football and eating out, especially Thai cuisine.

Belinda Wells
Belinda Wells

I've been nursing since 1985 and have worked in a variety of practices around the country.

I trained at Berkshire College of Agriculture in 1986 and 1987. Throughout my career, I've rescued and rehomed all manner of pets, hand-rearing many along the way.

I can't imagine doing any other job.

Jules Mason
Jules Mason

I trained at the Berkshire College of Agriculture in 1993-1994 after working at Sunnyside Vet clinic and The Old Golfhouse Veterinary clinic. I then worked at a few practices in Berkshire before returning to Norfolk in 1997, where I worked in Wymondham at the Veterinary Health Centre.

In 2000, Alan bought the branch surgery of this practice (Eaton) and I have worked for him ever since (except the 4-5 years I had off to have my children!).

I live with my fiancé Arron, our 2 girls Leafy and Nell, 2 cats, 1 dog, 3 guinea pigs and various fish. I love my job and working with the fantastic team of people we have here.

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Alison Skeggs

I have been working as a vet nurse since 1987 with a small break to look after 3 children.

I trained and qualified at Preston college. I have 2 dogs, guinea-pigs and a rabbit at present.

I also work at a playgroup in the week, so, even though they say “Never work with children or animals”; I do both!

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Vicky Neave

I started at Eaton Vets at the end of May 2017 after 15 years working in mixed practice.

I qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2010. I really enjoy and have a passion for anaesthesia and nurse clinics.

I live with my partner Craig and our two cats, 'Jacab,' a naughty ginger cat and 'Missy,' our newest, a shy black cat in Mulbarton.

We also have 'Max' a Golden Retriever who loves to swim.

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Naomi Goodall

I qualified as a veterinary nurse in July 2014. I have always had a passion to work with animals, and during most of my childhood you would most probably catch me with an animal of some sort, whether it be a guinea pig or horse, but most likely a dog.

I live with my husband Patrick and one very special little Border Terrier - Mr Ted. We are keen dog walkers and spend a lot of our time on long walks with our family.

This includes Kevin and Betsy the Border Collies and Lizzie another little Border Terrier.

I am very fortunate to work alongside such a caring team, both with the animals and with other members of staff.

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Richard Dugdale

I have been in practice since 2009. Having first qualified as a veterinary nursing assistant, I then went on to study at Easton College to become a registered veterinary nurse.

I enjoy all aspects of veterinary nursing, in particular wound care and nursing of critically ill patients. It has been my ambition to work in a modern well-equipped independent practice and therefore was delighted to be offered the opportunity to become a team member at Eaton Vets in 2016.

I have one cat who was seriously injured in a road traffic accident, losing a leg and his tail. As he had no microchip we were unable to locate the owners so I decided to adopt and nurse him back to health.