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I have been a receptionist at Andale since January 1994. I love my job and pride myself on being a friendly approachable face for our clients.  Having worked here for many years I know most clients by name and have built up a long standing relationship with them.


I now work part time as I have 2 young sons, whom I love to spend time with along with my partner.  My extended family includes a dog (named Gwen Ten) and 4 rescue cats (named Purdy, Errol, Austin and Dexter) meaning I don’t get much spare time.


Shari Coles

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I'm the newest recruit to the reception team and am loving every minute of it! Seeing so many adorable pets on a daily basis and watching them grow and develop is my idea of heaven. I love that the role is different every day and there is always something new to learn.  I look forward to seeing what the future brings.

I have worked in the veterinary industry on and off for 27 years. I have been married to Chris for 20 years and have 2 kids, Chris 18 and Emily 17. I also have 3 Northern Inuit dogs, Logan, Tala and Eric and Elsie the cat. Out of work I enjoy walks with the dogs and holidays with the family.

I started work at Andale in 2000, in this time I have seen the practice grow from 3 vets to the current 7 vets and 8 veterinary nurses.

During my time at Andale I have gone to college and gained my Pre-Veterinary Nurse qualification.

I currently work part time now due to getting married and starting my family, I have 3 boys who keep me very busy.

Natalie Gillan

Vicky Hayes

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I have been a Veterinary Receptionist since September 2015, but I am the newest reception recruit here at Andale. I jumped at the opportunity to work within a more established practice as it gives me the opportunity to gain more experience. I love working in the veterinary world, so I am looking forward to learning more and getting to know a whole new client base!

Gemma Bewley

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Carley Meaden