After 10 years of working at Mount Veterinary Group, vet Tanya Fielding is a familiar face to our clients. During that time she has treated thousands of pets.
Away from work, she is married with two sons and owns two dogs, three cats and three horses, including two thoroughbred racehorses, which compete in point-to-points, with her son Alex in the saddle.
Tanya has been a vet for 28 years after graduating from Glasgow University. She treats strays from Cats Protection.
Clare Wilson RVN
I started at the Mount veterinary group in 2005 as a student nurse to do my training. I went on to qualify as a RVN in 2008. I enjoy working at the mount amongst the friendly staff and clients. It's nice to be part of a small team where you know all the clients and patients well, dealing with them on reception, in consults, in operations and their aftercare. I like dealing with dogs and cats but also have a interest with rabbits and guinea pigs. I now work part time as at home I'm busy with my young children. I have Candy my 9 year old rescue dog who is full of energy, a rabbit and some chickens.
Jane Owen RVN
Veterinary nurse Jane Owen has worked at Mount Veterinary Group since 2001.
She qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2005 and since then has worked hard continually developing her knowledge and skills.
Jane is passionate about providing a high level of care to clients and their pets.
She is particularly interested in assisting in theatre, running nurse clinics, animal behaviour and helping to train student nurses.
Michelle Coatsworth RVN
Veterinary nurse Michelle Coatsworth has been a familiar face at Mount Veterinary Group for 18 years.
She loves working in the local community where she grew up.
As well as nursing, she has a special interest in running puppy clinics, helping owners understand their pet’s behaviour and assessing other veterinary nurses.
She owns an eight-month-old Jack Russell pup called Woody, so is working hard at practising what she preaches in puppy training classes!
Stella Ellis RVN
Stella qualified as a veterinary nurse from Rodbaston College, Staffordshire, in 2004, and joined Mount Veterinary Group in April 2015.
She enjoys all aspects of nursing, but her passion lies with all things feline.
Stella is currently studying on a two-year course to gain a certificate in Advanced Feline Behaviour.
She is the cat advocate for Mount Vets, as the practice works towards gaining cat-friendly practice status, under the scheme run by the International Society of Feline Medicine and International Cat Care.
Receptionist Isobelle is the newest addition to the team at Mount Veterinary Group. She enjoys working with both people and animals (especially puppies), so loves her job! She has an interest in animal behaviour and is currently studying her MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy. Out of work Isobelle enjoys horse riding and walking with her husband and dog, Puca.
I joined the Mount Veterinary Group in July 2018, and I have never looked back.
It's nice to be part of a smaller team where you get to know the clients well, Outside of work I enjoy working my black lab Buddy and also breeding rare breed chickens.