Jenny wanted to be a vet from when she was a toddler visiting her grandfather at his mixed veterinary practice in rural Norfolk. She qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 2011 and has worked in small animal and exotics practices in Essex, London and Hampshire. Her main clinical interests are dermatology and 'small furries' (hamsters, guinea pigs, rabbits, chinchillas etc) but her real passion is veterinary volunteering and 'shelter medicine'. She has volunteered in India, South Africa, Botswana and Malawi, and for the last few years has been visiting a charity called Mbwa wa Africa ('Dogs of Africa') in northern Tanzania where she runs neutering clinics and provides care to the local dogs, both stray and owned. At Forest Lodge she works in the role of Clinical Director, meaning as well as her everyday veterinary duties, she is responsible for supervising and managing the clinical team, and ensuring everyone works well together to provide the highest standard of care to every pet. At home she has two ponies, Fudge and Casper, and a very naughty cat called Elphaba.
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