Julie Carrig – Receptionist
Julie (pictured above right) has over 6 years’ experience working in vets. In fact her very first few weeks of training were working with Ian at his previous practice. She has two cats and two dogs and as a big animal lover, Julie describes her ideal day as “going to the beach and walking with her dogs”.
She has been involved in dog training for 10 years which started after managing her own challenging dogs (Robbie and Hope). Julie is passionate about helping other people not to have the same problems she did by ensuring the right information and training techniques are employed as early as possible. She has trained dogs in Agility and heal-work to music, and has also taken part in many big dog shows. She has experience with rescue dogs and has helped raise puppy farming awareness. In addition Julie has distinctions in Clicker training and has completed advanced dog training and behaviour courses through the APDT (Association of Pet Dog Trainers). She is a qualified APDT instructor.
Check out some of Julie’s puppy training classes on our YouTube channel.
Jill Cook – Receptionist
Before joining Vet4Life Jill worked in a secondary school as an office administrator. She has a real passion for animals, and has 9 pets! She has three dogs called Honey, Bella and Rufus, four cats called Fox, Pip, Lulu and Binksie, a tortoise called Arthur and a Gecko called Echo!
Alis Rowe – IT and Online Marketing Specialist
Alis is responsible for the website and social media marketing at Vet4life. She is the one you will most likely be chatting to on Twitter! She has always adored animals and has probably owned most types of species! Now she has five cats (three Ragdolls, one Norwegian Forest and one silver spotted British Shorthair). She regularly babysits a big beautiful 40kg Bernese Mountain Dog who respects it’s the cats’ home, even allowing them to sleep on her bed!
Do get in touch with Alis to let us know what you’d like to see on the website, Twitter or Facebook page.