Meet The Team - Yeovil
Our Yeovil branch is a large practice with ample parking space. It is situated in a quiet area close to the town centre. With helpful staff and a brand new image, the Yeovil surgery’s client base is continually growing and is well on its way to becoming one of our top surgeries.
Modestas Tverskis (MRCVS) Veterinary Surgeon
Hi, my name is Modestas and I qualified as a Vet in 2001. I really enjoy the rapport that I have both with the clients and obviously, their pets. I like the fact that every day is different, and every animal brings its own challenges and joys to myself and the staff here. I look forward to meeting you and your pets in the future. Outside of work I enjoy going to the gym, reading, photography and eating Chinese food.
Yvonne Eaves – Part Time Vet
I qualified as a vet in 1973 from Liverpool University. After working in several practices here in the South West, I returned to Yorkshire and bought a practice which I had for 19 years. After this time, I sold the practice and returned to Somerset and bought a new practice here. After several years, I then sold this practice and became semi-retired, and did part time locum work. I now work at Wellpets part time, usually one day a week but also cover full time when needed. I am married with two grown up daughters, and outside of work my life pretty much revolves around my horses and the smallholding I own.
Shell (Michelle) Dent – Practice Co-Ordinator
Hello, my name is Michelle and I am the Practice Co-Ordinator here at Yeovil. I have always wanted to work with animals in one form or another and now I do! I can honestly say this is my dream job. I am very fortunate, I love coming to work every day, and I enjoy interacting with the clients and their pets. At home, I live with my husband, and a cat who rules the roost! I am very passionate about the rescue and rehabilitation of wildlife. Quite often, I end up doing a trip to the local wildlife rescue centre after work, with a bird or animal that has been brought into the practice during the day! And there have been times in the past, where I have been lucky enough to be asked to release the animals when they have been rehabilitated, which is an honour and joy. So you can see, this is not just a job for me at Wellpets, it’s a way of life, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
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