Sally qualified from Glasgow University in 2002 and has practised large animal veterinary medicine ever since. She has worked with practices in Cumbria, New Zealand and Somerset, whilst also completing a short period of time as resident vet at Genus bull stud in Wales. Her area of greatest interest is undoubtedly dairy cattle and her focus on fertility problems within the dairy industry was evidenced when, in 2008, she became one of the youngest vets in the country to gain the Diploma in Bovine Reproduction. Sally set up Evolution Farm Vets in 2007 with the aim of providing the best veterinary care to farms in Somerset and surrounding areas, whilst never losing sight of the necessity to ensure value for money.
Evolution is very important to Sally and most of her waking hours (and, we are given to understand, a lot of her sleeping hours as well!) are given over to the practice. But always, running through all that she does, is her devotion to her family. Somehow, while setting up Evolution and studying for her extra qualification, she found the energy to plan her wedding to Miles (our practice manager) and together they produced two wonderful children who make all her hard work worthwhile. . . . usually!!
Addendum! In 2016, Sally was registered as a BCVA Accredited Johnes Adviser