Veterinary Nurses

Louise George

Louise George RVN A1

Head Nurse

Louise has worked at the practice since May 2001. She qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in 2007 when she was made head nurse. Louise is also the practice assessor.

Louise’s interests include medical nursing and behaviour. She has many pets including three dogs, a cat, horse and chinchilla.

Jess Yeates

Jess Yeates RVN

Jess has always enjoyed working with animals and joined us as an animal care assistant after studying the diploma in animal management for two years at Cannington College. Jess has finished two years of nurse training and is a fully qualified veterinary nurse. She also runs our puppy training courses which are held at the Norton Fitzwarren surgery.

In her spare time Jess enjoys training her Spaniel, Truffle in agility. She also helps out at a local Brownie unit where she is an adult leader.

Dominique Ennew, student veterinary nurse at Tone Vets

Dominique Ennew SVN

Dominique previously worked as receptionist at a practice in Bridgwater and most recently as an animal care assistant at Cave Veterinary Specialists. She loves working within a veterinary practice and she says every day is different and she really enjoys helping both the clients and all their small furries. Dom’s future plan is to qualify as a registered veterinary nurse when she can do even more to help all of your pets.

In her spare time she enjoys her ballet classes, going running, seeing her friends and spending time with her Akita, Kato, who has spent a lot of time in the vets over the years.

Olivia Myers, animal nursing assistant at Tone Vets

Olivia Myers SVN

Olivia completed her degree in Animal Science at Plymouth University in 2014. She previously worked at St David’s Veterinary group in Exeter before joining Tone Vets in March 2015. Olivia started her veterinary nurse training in 2017. She enjoys spending time with both the clients and their pets showing compassion in every unique situation.

Kirsty Pescod, student veterinary nurse at Tone Vets

Kirsty Pescod SVN

Before Kirsty became a student veterinary nurse in January 2015, she was lucky enough to work at Longleat as a lion, tiger and wolves warden; she hopes that she won’t be seeing too many of those come through the door, although she’s always up for a challenge!

Since becoming a trainee veterinary nurse, she has been “lucky” enough to re-home a very naughty Basset Hound called Humphrey, as well as a cat named Hufflepuff.