We are a small animal practice in Northern Ireland, first established in 1985. We are passionate about animal care and our skilled team of veterinarians and vet nurses are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for your animals. Because we love animals and strive to provide excellent continuity of care, we are open six days a week and have access to 24-hour emergency care.
Beverly grew up on a dairy and beef farm in Hillsborough. As she was used to dealing with animals on a daily basis it was no surprise that she wanted to be a veterinary nurse. After attending Greenmount College and qualifying as a RVN in 2004, Beverly worked in a mixed animal practice and in an emergency out of hour’s clinic in Belfast. She really enjoys nursing intensive care patients, nurse clinics and consultations. Beverly is also very passionate about vet nurse training and the future of veterinary nursing. In her spare time she loves getting out on her horse or spending time with family and friends. Beverly currently has a cat called Peaches and a horse called Pepper Touch.
Katherine Boyes RVN
Katherine qualified from Myerscough College in 1995 and has worked in both mixed and small animal practice throughout her career. She spent some years training student nurses before taking time off to raise her family. Now back in practice part-time, she loves the variety that each day brings. Katherine has a particular interest in radiography and enjoys nurse clinics. In her spare time she enjoys seeing her family, playing golf and running. She has two rescue dogs named Murphy and Daisy and three farm cats, Smokey, Tiger and Jack.
Guoda Fedorenko RVN
Guoda moved to Northern Ireland from Lithuania with her family in 2004 and has been working at Cromlyn House Veterinary Hospital from 2007. She achieved GNVQ and national diploma in animal management from Belfast College, then went on to study for a diploma in veterinary nursing at Greenmount Agricultural College which she completed in August 2012. She is married and has a dog called Rudis and a son called Lukas. In her spare time she enjoys studying French and interpreting to assist social services in the community.
Since Marianne was a child she always wanted to work with animals and had a lifelong dream to become a registered veterinary nurse by attending Greenmount. Marianne has worked in both large and small animal practices as she completed her BTEC national diploma in animal management and applied sciences. She is a proud mum to her two miniature Schnauzers, Bella and Freya, and also has cat called Cherry and a tortoise called Donatello. In her spare time she loves to hike, practice yoga and play bass guitar.
Rachael worked in the hairdressing industry for nine years and is also a qualified make-up artist. However, she loves animals and is very passionate about the welfare and care of them. She has a very handsome Pug called Hugo (winner of our Pet Factor 2013 competition) and she recently adopted the Cromlyn Vets practice cat, Juliette. Rachael believes she has landed her dream job with such a wonderful animal hospital. She hopes in the future to train as a veterinary nurse.
Joeleen worked in a nursing home looking after the elderly before getting her dream job at Cromlyn House. She loves her job here and also fosters some of the inpatients in her own time. This could be anything from hedgehogs to kittens. Alongside this she enjoys looking after her own animals that include Frank her Jug (Jack Russell/Pug), Leo her guinea pig, Rodney the bearded dragon, Angel the chinchilla and her goldfish, Gerrard.
Growing up Helen always had a passion for animals and between cats, dogs, rabbits and horses there was always room in her house for her four-legged members of the family. She always wanted a job working with animals and being at Cromlyn Vets is better than she could have hoped for. When she is not working, Helen and her partner Damien love to spend their time with Pancakes the cat, two schnauzers named Cassie and Harvey, Blue the Rabbit and Herbie the yellow bellied slider turtle. They keep them pretty busy but Helen would not have it any other way.