We are a two site small animal practice in Sandhurst and Camberley, first established in1988. We are passionate about animal care and our skilled team of veterinarians and vet nurses are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for your animals. Because we love animals and strive to provide excellent continuity of care, we are open six days a week and have access to 24-hour emergency care.
Jo is our practice manager and responsible for the smooth running of Phoenix Vets. She has been involved with the surgery since 2009 and has often been around to help out with nursing and reception duties. Jo grew up on a small holding and has much animal experience, she has a degree in Animal Management, Health and Welfare and now just has her little cat Sebastian to look after.
Ilena is a cheery face behind reception. She owns a scatty cat called Maggie and an escape artist tortoise who arrived here as a stray! Ilena is happy to help with all your enquiries and also help with your insurance claims.
Phoebe is mainly based at our Sandhurst surgery. She has a certificate in animal management and has a collection of pets at home. She has a lovely elderly greyhound who keeps her busy. In her spare time she enjoys horse riding and ice skating.
Niamh O’Connor BSc
Niamh is the newest addition to the reception team. Originally from Ireland, she moved to Wales to gain her honours degree in Animal Science. Niamh grew up with horses and dogs, and has a particular soft spot for German Shepherds!
Danielle joined the practice in April 2018. She has always had a passion for animal care and has a national diploma in Animal Management. When she is not on reception she is at home with her two young boys and two young dogs that definitely keep her busy. She has a gorgeous Collie cross Husky called Sapphire and a rescue Collie cross called Tyson.
Jess has been involved with Phoenix for since 2012, whilst applying to university and now she is one of our EMS students, as well as being our regular Saturday receptionist. She is very hard working and a real champion for welfare.