Albavet are pleased to welcome vet Amy Greenhill who took over the acupuncture clinics from 1st September. At present due to Covid restrictions in the practice the acupuncture clinic is on a Sunday. Please call the practice if you would like more information about acupuncture. Amy will also be working occasionally with as a locum vet.
After working in the practice for 21 years acupuncture vet Jane Hunter is retiring. Jane first came to Ryan and Calder (as the practice was called then) as a locum in 1999 and worked full-time for 3 years before focusing on acupuncture. She is planning to do more writing and hoping to soon complete her book “Acupuncture Tails” where she shares experiences treating both pets and people in some fun stories!
Jane says “it has been a real privilege to work with acupuncture and see what a difference it can make to pets lives, especially with regard to improving mobility and reducing pain. A huge thank you to all the clients and staff at Albavet for making it all possible but special thanks to the animals! I am going to miss you all! I had been wondering how and when to retire but it was very timely to meet acupuncture vet Amy Greenhill who is experienced and very enthusiastic to continue and expand the clinics.”
If you would be interested in reading Jane’s book she can be contacted by email.
We would like to wish Jane the very best and hope she enjoys retirement. We can’t wait to read her book once published!