Sam Cutler BVSc MRCVS
Sam qualified from the University of Bristol in July 1990 and joined the Small Animal Department of Endell Veterinary Group in October 1990, becoming a Partner in April 2004. As well as treating our more conventional cat and dog patients she has a particular interest in rabbit surgery and medicine and is a member of the Rabbit Welfare Association and writes for their magazine "Rabbiting On". Sam is also our vet with a special interest in treating small mammals, reptiles and birds.
Outside of work her main interests are family history research, gardening and dancing. Her two daughters, who both lead very busy lives requiring a reliable parental chauffeuring service, also keep her busy! In any remaining time she is attempting to trace the history of Endell Veterinary Group.
Sarah-Jane Eastman BVetMed MRCVS
Sarah-Jane qualified from the Royal Veterinary College, University of London, in July 1995. She then worked in a mixed practice in Somerset for three years before moving to Hampshire where she spent the next six years in small animal practice. Sarah-Jane then spent just over a year running a dedicated out of hours emergency clinic in the centre of Reading. She joined Endell Veterinary Group in June 2006, becoming a partner in April 2008.
Sarah-Jane’s main clinical interests are ultrasonography, orthopaedics & feline medicine.
Outside of work Sarah-Jane enjoys walking, birding (being an active member of the local RSPB group), going to the gym, photography & relaxing at home with her partner & 2 cats. Sarah-Jane likes to travel to far - flung places to see the world, with a particular favourite being Africa & its wildlife.
Sarah Styles BVetMed MRCVS
Sarah graduated from The Royal Veterinary College, University of London in July 2006.
Following graduation she worked for two years in small animal practice in Weymouth before itchy feet led her to spend the next two years travelling abroad and working as a locum in a variety of small animal practices in the South of England and Wales.
Having escaped the snow of the winter of 2009 by working in Australia she returned to the UK in 2010 and joined Endell Veterinary Group in September 2010.
Sarah likes the variety of people and pets she gets to meet in general practice and particularly enjoys small animal medicine.
On her days off Sarah enjoys heading South West to surf and is also looking forward to taking up kite surfing again now she is back near Poole Harbor.
Her little black cat Abby took up residence with her parents while Sarah was away in Australia and doesn’t seem to have missed her at all!
Cerrie Perrett BSc, BVetMed MRCVS
Cerrie qualified from the Royal Veterinary College, London in July 2012. Prior to her veterinary degree Cerrie undertook a Bioveterinary degree at the University of Liverpool, and after her scenic route to becoming a vet she joined Endell Veterinary Group in November 2012. You may recognise Cerrie from her student days as she spent many weeks with EVG on work placement.
When Cerrie's not at work she enjoys an active lifestyle, horse riding, running, cycling and playing netball to name a few of her hobbies. Cerrie also doubles up as a teaching assistant, helping her teacher fiancé mark school books and doing lots of cutting and sticking!
Cerrie enjoys spending time with clients and their animals and also has a strong interest in soft tissue surgery.
Michelle Dyke RVN - Senior Veterinary Nurse
Michelle joined Endell Veterinary Group in 1992 and qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 1998, becoming Senior Veterinary Nurse in 2002. In 2004 she gained her Veterinary Nurse Training A1 Assessor Award. She added an SQP qualification in 2008 and became an RCVS Veterinary Nurse Practical Examiner in 2010.
Michelle is responsible for looking after our nursing team assisted by our senior theatre nurse and senior clinic nurse. She is experienced in all areas of veterinary nursing including theatre, nurse clinics, client contact, and nurse training. However she particularly enjoys the practical side of veterinary nursing using her extensive experience to approach any task given competently and confidently. She also has an interest in nursing exotic species and large animals.
Her hobbies include reading, foreign travel (even if it is only to visit her mum in Spain!), watching films and socialising with friends and family. In 2007 she gained a full un-restricted motorbike licence and she is saving up to afford a classy model once she and her partner have finished renovating their house!
Jo Rolf RVN
Jo joined Endell Veterinary Group in September 2006 as a trainee Veterinary Nurse, becoming fully qualified and registered in November 2009. Before moving to Salisbury Jo started her career as an ANA in Dorset. She is currently studying for her SQP qualification.
In her spare time, she likes to have long walks with her dog “Dave”. Recently Jo has taken up the exciting hobby of kite surfing. She also enjoys socializing with her friends.
Having been back with us for only a short period after the birth of her son, Jo is currently on back on maternity leave and her second baby is due in the Summer 2012
Jen Blake RVN - Senior Clinic Nurse
Jen qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2003 becoming a registered VN in 2006. She joined Endell Veterinary Group in September 2008 initially as a locum, taking up a permanent post in October 2009. Jen gained her SQP qualification in July 2010. Before moving to Wiltshire Jen worked in a busy veterinary hospital in Surrey.
Jen is mainly involved in our operating theatres in the mornings before moving to the consulting rooms in the afternoons. Here she runs a popular nurse clinic with a big emphasis on helping owners with pet weight management She also has a particular interest in wound management. She loves taking care of our clients - always endeavouring to go that extra mile for you!
Outside of work Jen is a keen amateur photographer. She has also just embarked on a new hobby of wood sculpting. Jen adores the local countryside around Salisbury and this has been one of the main reasons for Jen to give up her free spirited life and swap locum work for a permanent position here at EVG.
Linda Reynolds RVN
Linda first joined Endell Veterinary Group in April 1998. She is a highly experienced Veterinary Nurse having been in the profession for over twenty year and still feels very passionate about her career choice. Linda left full time practice in December 2001 to start her family and, two lovely little boys later, she returned to nursing part-time at EVG.
Her main role and a specific area of interest is in assisting student nurses with their training and theory work. She qualified as an assessor in 2000 and followed this with her Internal Verifier qualification in 2003 and SQP qualification in 2010.
Outside of work Linda is a busy mum who also enjoys the challenges of living on a farm, including hand rearing a calf.
Leanne Willshire - RVN
Leanne first joined us in June 2008 as a student, passing her degree and becoming a fully qualified veterinary nurse in January 2011. Leanne spends most of her time working in the theatre side of the practice, but as with all our nurses can also be spotted manning the Reception Desk. Her main veterinary interests are the intensive care of critically ill patients and animal psychology. In September 2011 she embarked on a 2 year BSc Applied Animal Behaviour Degree Course to further her knowledge in the field of canine and feline psychology.
Leanne is a provisional member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors [APBC] and runs clinics to help owners with their pet's problematic behaviours. Leanne also runs puppy parties which help allow early socialisation of pups and assistance with obedience training.
After completing her degree Leanne will become a full member of the APBC and hopes to continue her studies to gain a Masters qualification.
In her spare time Leanne enjoys socialising with her friends and spending time with her family.
Abigail Rowe - RVN
Abi started her training at Hartpury in 2007 and joined EVG in June 2009. Abi enjoyed being at EVG so much she decided to become a permanent member of the team in March 2010.
Abi passed her nursing exams in August 2012, but wants to continue her training in animal physiotherapy.
Away from work Abi enjoys spending her time with her horse, Juniper, show jumping and eventing. If she finds she has any free time left over after that she enjoys meeting up with friends and undertaking countryside activities such as clay shooting, bike riding and walking the dogs.