We are made up of a close knit, skilled team of veterinary surgeons and nurses first established in 1977. We provide the very highest standards of veterinary care for pets, horses and farm animals in Kent and East Sussex. Our experienced receptionists make clients feel welcome on arrival and our efficient admin team help run the business behind the scenes.
Tracey is a registered veterinary nurse who started working at Putlands in 2001 as a large animal nurse before moving to a small animal role in 2006 and more recently has become practice manager. Outside of work she is kept busy by her two active daughters and Jack Russell terrier. She enjoys cross stitch and gardening and has an allotment to keep her busy.
Imi joined the team as a receptionist in December 2016, spending the previous 26 years in childcare and education. In her spare time she enjoys playing netball and walking her dog.
Maureen has worked for the practice for thirty three years initially just coming for the summer! Maureen always happy to help. When not at work she enjoys walking her two dogs and touring the country with her husband and new caravan.
Emma has been at Putland’s since May 2013. She enjoys working front of house of our busy reception, helping the vets process our client’s insurance claims, giving clients flea and worming treatment advice and helping out whenever she can. Out of the practice Emma enjoys meals out with her husband, walking her naughty Terriers and keeping her fancy goldfish alive.
Anita is one of our longest serving members of staff; she has been with us since 1990, when she was a mere 16 years of age. You will always be greeted with a smile from Anita and nothing is too much trouble. She is kept busy when not at work by her two teenage children, two black Labradors and her lovely husband.
Jackie has been at Putlands Veterinary Surgery since1992. Jackie is in charge of all large animal bookings and will sort out all account problems. She has just gone part-time and enjoys her time off in the garden fighting with her Great Danes and Pugs.