Meet the Team

Carmel

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Carmel is a certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner and has been an active member of the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists in the UK since 1996. Working in specialist veterinary orthopaedic practice from 1997 to 2002 has given her a great understanding of surgeries performed which would benefit from post-op rehabilitation. She also gained insight into the problems faced by surgeons and pet owners during animal recovery.

Carmel consistently reads up on the latest research and techniques to ensure she is providing the best possible treatments for injured or disabled pets. She thrives when her patients do, and loves seeing pets get back to comfortable mobility, so they can just enjoy being pets.

Sam

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Sam has been a part of the Active Pet Family since January 2016. After finishing her veterinary nurse studies in 2009, Sam went on to work as a veterinary nurse for a practice with a hydrotherapy centre, here she found her love for rehabilitation and lovely grey muzzles.

She lives with a furry family of dogs, cats, fish, and a turtle named Troy.

  

Steph

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Steph has been apart of the Active Pet Rehab team since 2018. She has been a qualified veterinary nurse since 2005 and dog grooming since 2007.She is one of the early graduates of Australia’s first canine hydrotherapy course and is putting her qualification to good use at both our aqua treadmills.

Her interests include motorbikes, rally cars, motogp and side car trials

She has a 14 year old Blue Heeler named Roxy, a 3 year old Mastiff x named Loki and a 8 year old Burmese x named Enzo.

Aimee

Aimee is the newest member of Active Pet Rehab team. She is a qualified veterinary nurse, she has experience with rescue dogs and speciality veterinary medicine. She is currently completing her certification in canine rehabilitation.

You

Nobody knows your pet like you do. When you bring your pet to Active Pet Rehab, you become a part of our rehabilitation team. In fact, you’re the most important person! It’s you who puts in the time for extra walks, planned exercises, specific stretches, and you’re the one who brings in your dog or cat to us for their treatments. So, thanks for working alongside us and trusting us to look after your furry friend!