We are a small animal practice in Halesworth, first established in 1950. We are passionate about animal care and our skilled team of veterinarians and vet nurses are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for your animals. Because we love animals and strive to provide excellent continuity of care, we are open six days a week and have access to 24-hour emergency care. For your added convenience, there’s free on-site parking for clients at the surgery.
Lucy qualified as an RVN after completing her training with us in 2014. She left us for a while but re-joined in August 2017 and we are very happy to have her back. Lucy has an ISFM certificate in feline friendly nursing and hopes to continue this to diploma level. She lives with her partner in Ipswich along with her three cats, Monty, Poppet and Hetty. In her spare time she enjoys reading, watching films and photography.
Lucy Crisp RVN
Lucy is one of our qualified RVN’s, having completed her training at Easton College. She enjoys in-patient care and nurse clinics. When not at work Lucy enjoys walking her dogs and socialising. A lot of her spare time is taken up looking after her own animals, which includes three black Labradors; Ruby and Rebel the cats; Merlin and Martha the tortoises; Billy, Bobby and Bertie the guinea pigs; Brussel, Bandit and Bonnie the rabbits; Joey the parrot; two lovebirds; 12 chickens and three degus.
Student Veterinary Nurse
Hannah has been employed at Eagle Veterinary Group as a nursing assistant and receptionist since February 2015. She is now studying as a student nurse and moved to Suffolk from Cambridge and lives with her dog called Charlie, four cats and a hamster. Hannah loves all things animal related, enjoying dog agility with Charlie, riding Suffolk Punch horses and when she gets the chance getting out and shooting some game.
Student Veterinary Nurse
Sarah is originally from Gravesend in Kent and headed north initially to study animal science at Writtle College. She is currently studying to become a vet nurse at the College of West Anglia. Sarah is interested in animal nutrition and any guinea pig work. At the weekend she works as a carer, as well as running a business for dog walking and sitting, making bespoke collars and leads and doing a little bit of gardening. Sarah lives with Chester, a Scottie dog cross; Holly, a Jack Russell Terrier cross; Rocky, a Pomeranian cross; four guinea pigs and some marine fish.