Practice Manager and Pet Bereavement Advisor
Denise joined the practice in 2016 as an administrator but has now been promoted to practice manager. Within her first year at the practice, Denise studied the Blue Cross pet bereavement course and is also our pet bereavement advisor. Passionate about all animals she has several pets of her own which include five bunny rabbits and a Border Collie dog called Bonnie.
Alex started nursing in Putney, London at the age of 17. She moved to Irchester in 1974 and joined The Johnston Veterinary Clinic in December 1989. Initially Alex went from nurse to practice administrator and was made practice manager in 2009. She is now the practice director but she is still a nurse at heart and luckily able to take home the occasional ‘hand rears’ including small birds that are brought in. Alex has a Jack Russell called Dolly and four cats, Freddie, Arthur, Jamie and Eric.
Georgia joined the practice in October 2017 as one of our receptionists. She will soon be a qualified veterinary physiotherapist, practicing under the governing body of the NAVP. As a veterinary physiotherapist Georgia assesses the musculoskeletal system to determine if there is any pain present and treats the affected area with massage, exercises and therapeutic machines. Away from work Georgia enjoys spending time with her two dogs, Callee and Theo.
Aimee joined the practice in January 2010 as a receptionist. She has previously worked in a kennels and cattery, in which she earned her NVQ level two for small animal care. In her spare time she enjoys walking her Shetland Sheepdog named Darcy and caring for her five cats.