Veterinary Surgeons

Cathy Siddle - Practice Principle

Qualifications: BVM&S MRCVS

Cathy graduated from Edinburgh University in June 1990. After graduating she worked all over the country in general practice, before settling in
Greater London.Cathy joined Arden house in September 1997 as senior vet, and then eventually in 2000 bought the practice from
Mr and Mrs Matthews. She then opened, first the Greenford branch surgery in 2003, and later on the Harefield branch surgery in May 2007.

At home Cathy has her very mischievous Labrador Sasha, a cheeky bengal cat, Theo and is busy being a mum and taxi service to her four children!

Katie Robins

Qualifications: BVSc MRCVS

Katie graduated from Bristol Vet School in July 2000, and joined Arden House in 2004. Katie works every Thursday at the Ruislip hospital.
Outside of work Katie loves all things homely - cooking, gardening and spending time with her husband and their two children.

They have two cats Smartie and Whisper who are always up to mischief! 

           

 

Nigel Youngs

Qualifications: BVM&S MRCVS

Nigel graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2014. Being a local lad, he completed many work experience placements
at Arden House before joining us full time.
In his spare time Nigel enjoys the outdoors (along with his Labrador Barry) & playing ultimate Frisbee, or relaxing in the evening playing video games!

           

Anna Wahmann

Qualifications: MRCVS

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Kathryn Redman

Qualifications: BVetMed MRCVS

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Karolina Fruzynska

Qualifications: MRCVS

Karolina arrived in London from Poland in June 2015 to start a new and exciting chapter in both her professional and private life.
She graduated from the faculty of veterinary medicine in Lublin, Poland in 2012. She is interested in all aspects of veterinary medicine and
is keen to gain many new experiences whilst working at Arden House.

Karolina is mainly based at the branch surgery in Greenford and is enjoying getting to know the lovely pets and their owners.
Karolina prides herself on providing a high standard of care to all the animals.
 


 
 

Registered Veterinary Nurses

Kacie Plank

Qualification: RVN - Head nurse

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Dayna Sanders

Qualification: RVN -Senior nurse

Dayna joined Arden House as a student in 2006, and gained her qualification in veterinary nursing in 2009. In 2011 she became a clinical coach and
so takes an active role in the training of new students to the practice. Dayna has an interest in alternative therapies, and is a qualified
Reiki Master Practioner. She now splits her time between working at Arden House two days a week and looking after her daughter.

At home, Dayna has her lovely horse Robin and cheeky Jack Russel Terriers, Alfie & Toby to keep her busy!


              

               

Amber Annett

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Michaela Pearce

Qualification: RVN

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Student Veterinary Nurses

Becky Baker 

Becky previously studied an animal management Diploma at Berkshire college and enjoyed it so much that she decided to pursue a career in
veterinary nursing. At home Becky has two rescue cats, Charlie and Winston.
In her spare time Becky enjoys spending time with friends, supporting her favourite football team - Spurs, baking and shopping. 

 

 

Emily Dixon 

Emily started working at Arden House in Spring 2019. Before working here, Emily gained a Level 3 extended diploma in animal management
after two years of hard work.She absolutely loves animals and has two cheeky rescue guinea pigs of her own, called Honey and Minnie.
Emily is a keen gymnast and has competed in many competitions including at national level.

Kerri Dyer

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Taylor Barnett

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Receptionists

Amanda Henderson

Amanda started working at Arden House in August 2019. Having previously worked as a veterinary receptionist, Amanda feels quite at home!
She is working part time,dividing her week between work & looking after her daughter. Amanda loves spending time with her family. 

Karen Rix

Karen joined Arden House in August 2019 and enjoys meeting all the clients and their pets. Arden House has been Karen's own vet for 25 years
and she always said that working here would be her ideal job! She recently adopted a black cat called Olive from a local charity. 

Tracey Bourne
 

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Sandra Ebbetts
 

Sandra works on reception at our Greenford branch. She is mad about dogs and has two of her own.Sandra is a colour analyst and personal stylist  
giving women confidence through colour and style. In her spare time Sandra loves walking and her hobbies include painting abstract art and
making jewellery. Sandra worked in fashion for 25 years and doesn't miss the fast pace of work that came with it. 

 

Administrative assistants

Natalie Stockings

Position held: Practice Manager. Natalie qualified as a veterinary nurse in January 2007. She started at Arden House in December 2009 as a nurse,
but in May 2010 took on a new role in the office department with part time nursing, and later has stepped in as Practice Manager to cover maternity
leave.Natalie now is the permanent full time practice manager.

Natalie is the owner of Bubble the cat - he is a very loving and chatty boy!

               


 

 

                

 

Wendy Haldane

Position held: Admin Assistant. Wendy joined Arden House in 2002 after previously working in a practice as a veterinary nurse for 13 years.
Wendy is part of our admin team and amongst other things has the job of organising the vet's rota. She still finds time to pop into the hospital ward
to chat to the in-patients and give them a cuddle! At home,Wendy has a lucky black cat called Smokey.

                 

 

Julie Simpson

Position held: Admin Assistant. Julie joined Arden House in September 2009 and carries out a variety of office duties including running the Arden House
heath care plan and sending out vaccination reminders. She also works on reception.
 

                  

 

Albert - The boss

Albert lives at Arden House and rules the roost! His most favourite thing is food! He has perfected the art of feigning hunger in the hope that the vets
and nurses will give in to his demands. Albert loves to snooze but is also partial to a spot of mouse hunting, usually when the nurses have put him on
a diet!

 
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