Welcome to YourVets Nuneaton

Meet our Nuneaton team

  • Outdoor explorer, Blenheim Half Marathon runner

    I joined YourVets Nuneaton in 2011 as a PHA as I wanted to become a vet nurse. I had some work experience at YourVets Coventry as part of my national diploma and knew that YourVets is a great company in which to learn.

    The most enjoyable part of my job is caring for inpatients and learning new lab skills.

    Katie Lynch, PHA

  • Cat and dog owner, wildlife protector, ukulele player

    I joined YourVets Nuneaton in 2008 as a Pet Health Advisor, after spending some time volunteering at an elephant sanctuary in Sri Lanka. I then went on to qualify as an Animal Nursing Assistant then Veterinary Nurse, and have recently become Head Of Theatre at the YourVets Nuneaton clinic.

    The favourite part of my job is being involved in the recovery of sick animals, it’s very rewarding!

    Natasha Loftus, Head Of Theatre

  • Originally qualified as a Zoo Keeper, owner of 2 rescued chinchillas 

    I came to YourVets Nuneaton as a locum veterinary nurse in August 2013 and was given the opportunity to become a permanent member of staff.

    My interests are firmly associated with exotic species, but I am also quite fond of parasites!!

    I LOVE my job and could not imagine doing anything else.

    Amy Barfield, Registered Veterinary Nurse

  • Worked in a reptile shop for 3 years before joining YourVets 

    I have always loved animals. When I worked in a reptile shop I grew very fond of reptiles and am now a big fan. All I have ever wanted to do is work with animals, and now that I am I never want to stop.

    Once a qualified VN I would love to advance my knowledge in reptiles as these are my real passion.

    Kaitlin Lynch, Animal Nursing Assistant

  • Keen photographer, gardener and basketball enthusiast

    I joined the YourVets Nuneaton team in 2010. My love for animals helped me decide at the age of 15 that I wanted to become a vet. I qualified from the University of Messina, Italy in 2005.

    I have a dog, Zeus (cane corso) and a rescue cat, Roro that I found when she was a kitten in need of home. I really enjoy being part of this team. Everybody is very friendly and we all work hard to provide the best standards of veterinary care possible.

    Tomi Papapostolou, Veterinary Surgeon

Nuneaton Veterinary Clinic

Hello! We are the affordable vets who love your pets. Our friendly, highly trained staff are ready and waiting to help you and your pet in a caring environment – whenever you need us.

Hello! We are the affordable vets who love your pets. Our friendly, highly trained staff are ready and waiting to help you and your pet in a caring environment – whenever you need us

YourVets in Nuneaton provides high quality veterinary care at the lowest possible prices. We make caring for your pet affordable, whatever your budget.

Our lovely new Nuneaton clinic is fully equipped with the latest veterinary technology. It is also an “RCVS registered Veterinary Nurse Training Practice.

You can find us on Camp Hill Rd, in the former Camp Inn pub, Nuneaton. There’s lots of car parking at the clinic. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Available Services
  • Digital x-ray
  • On site laboratory
  • RCVS nurse training practice
  • Free parking

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Prevent Dental Disease in Pets with YourVets

Posted: 19 September 2016

As with all disease, prevention is always better than cure. There are several ways you can help reduce the chance of your pet developing dental disease. Try feeding your pet a larger amount of hard foods, or ask YourVets about our specialist diets that will help clean your pets’ teeth. Just like with us humans, the…


FREE Dental Check Ups at YourVets

Posted: 01 September 2016

Did you know dental disease is one of the most common problems seen by the vets at our YourVets vet clinics? Dental disease isn’t very nice for our pets and they often don’t show any noticeable signs until it’s really severe! The main causes are two nasty substances called plaque and tartar, which build up on…