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. For your added convenience, there’s free parking for clients at our surgeries.
Liz has enjoyed a variety of jobs in her working career, from a receptionist to computer programmer to practice manager. She was a client of Cromlyn House for 13 or so years before joining the team in March 2002. Liz says that doesn’t seem like that long as every day is different and there are always the regular office things to do, but very often there are times when she is called upon to assist at reception. When she is not at work Liz enjoys gardening and spending time with her two dogs, Suki and Tara.
Pam joined Cromlyn House in September 2017 having previously been a practice manager and receptionist. Pam has many years of experience in working in customer focused roles, ranging from working with the National Trust to teaching a wide variety of people to ride. Pam is looking forward to welcoming and meeting the clients of Cromlyn House and assisting them and their pets enjoy their visit. In her spare time Pam enjoys working with horses and is also a BHS registered riding instructor. She has an energetic Cairn Terrier and four ponies as well as being mum to her two daughters.
Senga knew from an early age that she wanted to become a veterinary nurse. After leaving school she worked in a boarding and quarantine kennels, completed a dog grooming course in England and was then offered a trainee veterinary nurse position in Belfast. She qualified in 1999, then returned to the boarding and quarantine kennels as manager. In 2002 a veterinary nurse position arose in Cromlyn House and she was offered the post. She now works as a receptionist mainly in the evenings. Away from work she likes to spend time with her family and walk her two very lively Springer Spaniels.
Jeanette took up her position with Cromlyn House Veterinary Clinic in October 2011. Through her work she inspires to create a welcoming and friendly environment. Jeanette deals with clients who attend with routine procedures, to those who require that little bit extra with a beloved sick pet. She is the proud owner of Lilly, a Jack Russell Terrier and Sophie, a Springer Spaniel who Jeanette acquired through the charity Animal Connexions. Every day is different at the clinic and it is an extremely rewarding job with a great team which she feels privileged to be part of.