We are a two site small animal practice based in Bury and Bolton, first established in 2004. We are passionate about animal care and our skilled team of vet surgeons and nurses are dedicated to providing the highest quality of care for your animals. Because we love animals and strive to provide excellent continuity of care, our Tottington practice is open seven days a week and both practices have access to 24-hour emergency care.
Pamela joined Pennine Vets in February 2018 as practice director. She qualified as a RVN in 2013 from starting as a receptionist. She enjoys the variety the job brings and loves working within a great team. Pamela has a boxer dog, four cats and a husband who is usually found on the golf course. As she doesn’t join him she enjoys the peace to quilt and catch up on her reading.
Jo joined the practice in May 2018 after previously working as a receptionist for a veterinary practice in South Africa. In her spare time she enjoys making every day an adventure for her two children. Her hobbies are spending time at the gym with her husband. Jo is looking into adopting a new furry friend to join their family.
Emma started working with us as a receptionist in August 2017, and is usually based at our Harwood branch. She has a dog called Smudge who she rescued in 2015. In her spare time she enjoys entering competitions, listening to music and camping.
Natalie joined the team in 2011 as an evening receptionist. Over the years her working hours and days have changed and she now deals with insurance claims and health and safety. She has three dogs at home. In her spare time, when not attending her son’s football matches, Natalie likes to go to the gym and go out walking, exploring places both old and new.
Janet started working on reception in 2017 and is usually based at the Harwood practice. She has a love of all animals and is a keen amateur horsewoman. Janet competes her two horses, Max and Leo. Leo, an unusual breed known as a Danish Knabstrupper who is black leopard spotted, competes in showing classes and Max in British dressage.