We are a small animal practice in Hampshire, first established over 40 years ago. 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 parking for clients at our surgeries.
Vicki joined Mildmay Veterinary Hospital in 2007 and took over the role of head nurse in 2013. She has previously been a finalist for Nurse of the Year at the CVS awards and is also a clinical coach and pet health councillor. Vicki runs obesity clinics as well as hosting puppy parties. She is married with two sons and has always lived in Winchester. Vicki owns two rescue dogs: Eddy, who is a very old Patterdale, and Poppet, a Terrier cross. She also has a horse and in her spare time she enjoys horse riding and walking her dogs.
Abby Beaumont RVN
Abby has been at Mildmay since October 2011, started veterinary nursing at college in September 2012 and is now a qualified veterinary nurse. She has always been passionate about animals and has many pets including cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, bearded dragons and a lovely Cocker Spaniel called Oliver.
Alice Bradbury RVN
Alice previously worked at Mildmay as a canine hydrotherapist, but wanted to train as a veterinary nurse. When an opportunity became available in May 2014 she joined the nursing team and qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2017. Alice has many different animals including her hand reared Labrador cross Springer Spaniel called Bates. She has a keen interest in farming and training Bates as a working gun dog. In her spare time Alice enjoys exploring new places with her dog, going to spin classes and baking cakes. She is a member of the Shotgun and Chelsea Bun Club and goes clay pigeon shooting as regularly as she can. Alice has a keen interest in emergency and critical care.
June Rogers RVN
June qualified in 1977 and has been with Mildmay since 2012 after working for Vets Now, our emergency care provider. She works at Winchester but also at our branch practice in Overton assisting with surgery on Monday and Fridays. She has a new puppy called Tod and has a keen interest in cycling, Zumba and rehabilitating wildlife.
Philippa Willis RVN
Pippa joined Mildmay Veterinary Hospital in October 2018 as a qualified veterinary nurse. She has always had a love of animals from a young age having grown up around them and enjoys nothing more than spending time with her handsome cat, James. After completing an animal management diploma at Sparsholt College, Pippa became a qualified nurse via the apprenticeship pathway in 2015.
Carlie Dixon RCH OAdip
Carlie holds a level three certificate in small animal hydrotherapy and is registered with the Canine Hydrotherapy Association. Her aspirations are to help animals to recover or improve range of movement in body and joints, muscle tone, stamina and aid recovery from injury or surgery in a controlled environment. Carlie is currently studying to become a veterinary physiotherapist along with studying a diploma in canine nutrition. She also holds a diploma in canine behaviour and psychology. Carlie has been passionate about animals since a young age as she grew up on a farm in Wales. She spends most of her free time with her pets, which include a Spaniel called Loki, geckos and a parrot.
Student Veterinary Nurse
Georgie has been working at Mildmay since June 2016 after obtaining her extended diploma in animal management. She is now training to become a qualified veterinary nurse and is starting her second year of training at college. Georgie has always loved animals from a young age and in her spare time she enjoys walking her crazy Lurcher, Lucy. She is also enthusiastic about increasing her knowledge of wildlife.
Louise Moray RICHA BSc (Hons)
Student Veterinary Nurse and Hydrotherapist
Louise joined Mildmay in October 2014 as a canine hydrotherapist. She recently graduated from the University of Portsmouth with a degree in animal management that she completed at Sparsholt College. During her studies, she was able to explore several aspects of animal care, including veterinary nursing. She enjoyed this so much she has now joined our nursing team! Louise remains passionate about animal rehabilitation, in particular how it can improve the lives of older pets with conditions such as arthritis. She shares her life with husband Tony, a beach loving Labrador called Paddy and a very lively Cocker Spaniel called Riley. They spend as much time as possible out and about and especially enjoy doggy holidays in the West Country and Wales – anywhere with a dog-friendly beach is fine by Paddy!
Patient Care Assistant
Before Sophie joined us she worked in a zoo whilst she completed her Masters Degree in Applied Zoo Biology. Sophie’s love of caring for animals brought her to Mildmay where she works with the team in the Prep Room, supporting the nurses and vets while looking after the inpatients. She has two dogs, two rabbits, two tortoises, a turtle and a tenrec! Sophie wants to join our apprenticeship scheme and become a student veterinary nurse.
Student Veterinary Nurse
Naomi started at Mildmay Veterinary Hospital in January 2018 and is on the student veterinary nurse programme. She has always wanted to be a veterinary nurse and loves working with the Mildmay nursing team. Naomi enjoys walking her Munsterlander called Utler in the New Forest in her spare time.
Paitent Care Assistant
Chloe is a patient care assistant here are Mildmay Veterinary Hospital, Winchester. Chloe has travelled extensively including Mexico and South East Asia where she worked with a variety of animal charities. At Mildmay she supports the nurses and vets and loves the animals in her care. Her aim is to become a student veterinary nurse and learn more about animal welfare.
Tegan Frizzell holds a Level 3 Certificate in Small Animal Hydrotherapy and is registered with the Canine Hydrotherapy Association.
She is passionate about the rehabilitation of animals and aims to improve the well-being of those suffering from degenerative conditions or traumatic injury. As a hydrotherapist she aspires to improve range of motion and allow them to comfortably live their life to the fullest.
In the future she hopes to continue to expand her knowledge and experience as well as gain further qualifications in the region of rehabilitation.
Tegan has always adored animals and enjoys spending her spare time with her dog Loki and three chinchillas.