Lesley Barrow RVN
Lesley is a qualified and experienced veterinary nurse and dog groomer. As head of grooming she leads the training of dog groomers for the practice group. With regular attendance at veterinary and grooming conferences and exhibitions Lesley is able to bring the latest innovations to her team.
Lesley has a menagerie of animals at home in addition to dogs and cats. With first hand experience of tortoises, parrots and other exotics her advice on these pets is often sought.
Ruth has been caring for animals from a very early age. She trained to be a dog groomer at Central College of Animal Studies and has progressed from an apprentice to a senior groomer. She now leads the team at our Ipswich grooming parlour. Her pets include a Jack Russell called Scamp and two ponies.
Mel joined the practice as a trainee groomer in 2005 to pursue a new career and fulfil her life-long dream of working with animals. She qualified as a dog groomer in 2007 and now works in the grooming parlours at both the Stowmarket and Moreton Hall centres.
Mel has a great love of all animals and ensures her patients enjoy the whole grooming experience. She currently has two cats of her own – Mansun and Mavis.
Having already achieved a Diploma in Animal Management, Steph joined the
practice in 2006 as an apprentice groomer and qualified a year later. Steph is based at our Stowmarket grooming parlour where she grooms all breeds of dogs. She has a very spoilt Lhasa Apso called Barney and two cats, Marilyn and Sid.
Rebecca joined the grooming team at Stowmarket in August 2007 as an apprentice groomer and qualified in 2012. With a passion for dogs, Rebecca enjoys helping clients to keep their dogs in the very best of condition. Rebecca lives locally and looks after Murphy – her own Cavalier King Charles spaniel
Sarah trained as a dog groomer with Central College of Animal Studies and now works at the Moreton Hall Veterinary Centre grooming parlour. As well as caring for all her grooming clients she looks after her four children, two elderly dogs and a rabbit.