Recently you might have seen a couple of new faces at the practice. We are proud to officially introduce Dr. Rebecca Hart and Dr. Ros Doyle as part of our veterinary surgeons team!
Let’s start by introducing Rebecca Hart. She has actually been working for us since mid 2018 as a locum veterinary surgeon but has now taken on a permanent position and we couldn’t be happier. Rebecca qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in London in 2014. Since then she has mainly been working with small companion animals in the Colchester area, although she has ventured in some more exotic work including neutering a sugar glider and performing a dental procedure on a degu, how amazing is that?
Growing up she always had the dream of working with animals and was also very interested in medicine, so it’s no surprise that she studied veterinary medicine. Rebecca really enjoys the variety of challenges small animal practice provides. She divides her attention between internal medicine and surgery, and loves both equally.
Outside of work Rebecca also owns a beautiful 3 year old Cockapoo called Luna which takes a lot of her time. Apart from taking Luna for walks in the woods, Rebecca also enjoys cooking and experimenting in the kitchen (although she has confessed that not all experiments are successful)! We also look forward to seeing what leftovers she brings in for lunch at the clinic.
And now to introduce the lovely Dr Ros Doyle. Ros joined us much more recently, starting work at the Mayne Veterinary Clinic in January 2020 as one of our part-time veterinary surgeons.
Ros qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 2011 and, just like Rebecca, she has put her focus into working with small companion animals. When we asked why she likes being a vet she also said she enjoys “the variety” that comes with the job as every day is different. Ultimately, she loves being able to help people and their pets, which is why she fits in so well with the team here at Mayne Vets. Ros is originally from Colchester and she practically grew up in the veterinary industry as her mother is also a veterinary surgeon. Ros enjoys all aspects of small animal medicine, but as well as Rebecca, she has also had a little bit of experience with the more exotic species including amputating a ring tail lemur’s toe!
While not in the clinic Ros enjoys keeping healthy, going to the gym and walking with her little rescue dog called Macy. Ros and her partner now live in Colchester where they have started their family; they are proud parents of two beautiful children aged 3 and 5 years of age and that’s enough to keep anyone busy!
We hope that, for good reasons, you get to meet Ros and Rebecca soon and experience how lovely and knowledgeable they are; we couldn’t be happier that they have chosen to join our Mayne family.