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Small animal veterinary surgeon required


We have an opportunity for a veterinary surgeon with a minimum of three to four years’ experience to join our team at Shrubbery Veterinary Centre. If you enjoy sharing your experience with younger members of staff, then you might join Natalie and Nuno in the veterinary management team.

We encourage ideas, contribution and commitment. We are proud of our culture, our practice has a structure, not a hierarchy, where every member of staff has a voice. We are a lively, friendly and independent practice. A large family of 42, consisting of Kelly, our receptionist manager and her receptionists, head nurse Katie and her nursing team, Andy and his office team and our kennel assistants.

We offer:

• 15-minute consult

• lots of opportunities to develop your skills

• very competitive package

• only a four-day rota

• five weeks paid annual leave

• no OOH

• only working one full weekend in five

• easy access to London and the Kent countryside.

So, what are you waiting for? Email us for the attention of Natalie: shrubberyvet@btconnect.com


  • Zoo animals step on the scales for annual weigh-in
    Blog SpotSquirrel monkeys, penguins and meerkats are just some of the animals that stepped on the scales on Thursday (22 August) for the start of ZSL London Zoo’s annual weigh-in.

    The annual event gives keepers a chance to check the animals in their care are healthy, eating well and growing at the correct weight. Keepers say that a growing waistline can also help them to detect pregnancies, which is vital as many of the species at the zoo are endangered.

    The data is then added to a database shared with zoos and conservationists across the globe. This helps keepers to compare information and provide better care for the species they are fighting to protect.


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