Holly Loynd

Holly started working at Towcester Vets in 2004 and qualified in 2007, she has worked across all the three small animal sites over the years and enjoys all the aspects of the profession, from anaesthesia and surgery to general nursing. Holly is currently based at the Paulerspury site.
Holly has two boys and a whole menagerie of animals, ranging from pedigree sheep, milking goats, horses to dogs, cats and chickens. In her spare time Holly likes to bake, read and spend time outdoors.

Rebecca Jackson

Rebecca is a qualified RVN. She has experience in equine and small animal. She currently works as a night nurse at our Burcote Road surgery in Towcester and enjoys monitoring our inpatients and assisting vets with routine procedures and emergency care.

Amy Buey

Cheyenne Somerfield RVN

Cheyenne has been nursing since 2019 and qualified as an RVN in 2021. She came to Towcester from a very diverse background. She was a Marketing Director in Washington, DC when she decided to give up her corporate job and dedicate her life to animals. After coming to England, she obtained her qualification at the College of Animal Welfare in Huntington. Cheyenne adores nursing clinics and is happy to practice her Spanish and Mandarin speaking with her clients. All of her spare time is spent with her lovely and lazy Basset Hound Beti.

Gill Cameron RVN

Gill qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 1999 and since then has worked in many places around the country before joining our Towcester team. Gill is passionate about rescuing animals and will often hand rear some of the animals who need rehoming through our practice. Gill has a 5- year-old boy who is also animal mad!

Bethany Byrne

Bethany enjoys helping the vets with their consults and has a particular interest in helping in our small animal theatre.

She owns Bertie, a Bichon Frise X Jackapoo and enjoys meeting with friends, reading and listening to music.

Caroline Hodgkiss RVN

Melanie O’Brien RVN ISFM CertFN

Melanie has been nursing since 2003 & qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2005. Since then she has worked at 3 other veterinary clinics before joining Towcester Vets in November 2018.

She enjoys all aspects of nursing but has a particular interest in emergency & critical care, medical nursing & in-patient care. In September she completed her ISFM Certificate in Feline Nursing.

She is married & lives at home with her husband, their two children, two cats, two dogs, a lizard & a snake.

Jen Ostridge RVN

Jen started her veterinary nusting career 22 years ago, initially working alongside her studies until she completed her veterinary nursing degree in 2004. Since then, she has worked in a variety of practices and roles, including general practice, lecturing veterinary nursing to diploma and degree students and providing emergency care out-of-hours.

Her favourite areas of practice are nursing medical cases and neonatal care. Jen currently works flexible part-time hours around looking after her three young children. Her giddy working Cocker Spaniel Betsy and two cats Dizzy and Diesel. In her (very limited) spare time Jen enjoys spending time with her friends and family, cooking and swimming.

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