Saffy holds a BSc (Hons) in Veterinary Physiotherapy from Harper Adams University. Saffy is professionally regulated by the National Association of Veterinary Physiotherapists (NAVP) and Animal Health Professionals Register (AHPR).
Growing up in rural Staffordshire surrounded by many dogs, horses, and a host of other animals, Saffy found a passion for working outdoors and with animals. Having spent most of her life working with horses, dogs and cattle, developing a love and empathy for the animals in her care and providing them with the best quality of life. When it came time to choose a career path Veterinary Physiotherapy seemed to encompass all the aspects of a career Saffy was looking for, and so Fauna Veterinary Physiotherapy was created after years of hard work studying.
Fauna Veterinary Physiotherapy was built on the qualities Saffy values and prides itself on providing the highest possible standards of care. Tailored to individual needs and utilising a wide range of techniques and skills that have been developed through experience working with a variety of animals in a friendly professional manner. Saffy is also a clinical educator at Harper Adams University, helping to teach the next generation of Vet Physio's.
In her free time you will find Saffy with one of her four-legged family, walking and hiking with her dogs Ruby, Her German Shepard and Moose; Her Working Cocker Spaniel or you will find her with her horses; Aries, a 6-year-old Irish Sports Horse, standing at an impressive 18hh or the miniature mischievous pony duo Cowboy and Woody.
Here at Fauna Veterinary Physiotherapy, we feel it’s important to help train and inspire the next generation of budding veterinary physiotherapists, we hope to give them a slice of our knowledge, experience and passion so occasionally you may see unfamiliar faces working with us.
If you are a student looking for work experience or placement opportunities please don't hesitate to email us!
*Please note we are unable to take any students until 2022*