About Us

Anna, Graeme and the team at Henlow Veterinary Centre would like to offer you a warm welcome, and to thank you for visiting our site

We are an independently owned, community veterinary practice who believe in treating your pets as if they are our own. We are committed to providing the highest quality care and treatment to your pet, and also to treating them with respect and dignity at all times.

“We want both you and your pets to feel welcome and secure from the first moment you make contact with us, to the moment you leave the practice, and throughout your ongoing journey with us. To this end we have developed a warm, inviting place filled with highly experienced staff, who have been chosen because of their great compassion and dedication.”

Graeme Mason, Practice Manager, Henlow Vets

“When Graeme and I first imagined opening a practice together we passionately believed in providing a warm and welcoming environment offering the highest standards of care to your beloved pets.

We are immensely proud of what we have achieved, which couldn’t have been done without the amazing team of people that we employ, each of whom is chosen for their commitment to your pets and our ethos.
We are constantly striving to improve our facilities and services .”

Dr Anna Marshall-Brown, Owner, Veterinary Surgeon and Advanced Practitioner

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Why Choose Us

There are many reasons why thousands of people trust Henlow Vets to look after their pets. Some of the top reasons can be found below.

Life-Long Commitment To You And Your Family

From choosing the right pet through to saying goodbye and bereavement aftercare. We’re here for you at all stages of your pet’s life.

An Individual Approach To Your Pet's Healthcare

Including tailor made preventative treatments, feeding, lifestyle and exercise plans. Because prevention is always better than cure.

Your Pet's Well-Being Is Our Highest Priority, Always

We provide extra long appointment times, high spec equipment and facilities, separate dog and cat waiting areas and nurse clinics.

Henlow Healthy Pets

Henlow Healthy Pets is your pet’s “Stay Well Plan.” Being in the Plan helps you save money on the preventative care you need to keep your furry family member healthy with affordable monthly payments.

Our Expert Team

From the Vets to the Support Staff, we have an expert team at Henlow Vets. Ready to help you and your pet with whatever they may need.

Our Vets

Our Nurses & Student Nurses

Our Patient Carers

Our Support Staff

Meet some team members

From the Vets to the Support Staff, we have an expert team at Henlow Vets. Ready to help you and your pet with whatever they may need.

Laura Bernal

Hi I’m Laura and I’m one the night nurses here at Henlow Vets. I have been nursing for over 10years and have gained experience in first opinion, referral and shelter/charity practices. I have a keen interest in feline nursing and also emergency and critical care and have gained certificates in both of these subjects.

I am also one of the clinical supervisors who mentors one of our student nurses during their training.

In my spare time, I run a small-scale hedgehog rescue (The Little Hog Hospital) and take care of my rescued pets- 3 cats a soppy staffy.

Faye Hornsby

Hi I’m Faye, a registered veterinary nurse and reception manager. I qualified and worked as a veterinary nurse at a practice for 13 years before leaving to be a full-time mum in 2013.

I fancied a new challenge, so joined HVC as a receptionist in January 2019. Since then, I have been able to combine my nursing knowledge and people skills in my role and absolutely love it!

I became reception manager in 2021 and am lucky to have such a lovely team to lead. I have my own pets, a Bichon Frise, 3 cats and 2 guinea pigs who take up the rest of my time, and my children of course!

Look forward to meeting you all at HVC!

Chloe Williams

Hi, I’m Chloe, a 2nd year vet nursing student. I joined HVC almost 2 years ago as a receptionist before starting my nursing diploma in September 2020.

I have a passion for assisting in surgery and inpatient care.  Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my ex-racehorse, Rose. Rose and I have been practicing a range of disciplines over winter, ready to start competing again in the spring.

I look forward to meeting you and your pets in practice!

Kayley Mackay

Hello, my name is Kayley. I’m a Veterinary Care Assistant and I’m a general helping hand around the practice, helping with animals, cleaning and many many tea rounds!

I’m interested in becoming a Veterinary Nurse and in my spare time I like helping with charity and going on adventures with my Labrador, George.

Simrita Sangha

Hi, I’m Sim a Registered Vet Nurse I enjoy everything Small Animal Nutrition! I have undertaken over 35 hours of Professional Development in in this field, and love to incorporate this knowledge into my nursing practice.

I joined the HVC team in 2018 as a Student Veterinary Nurse, before qualifying in 2019 with Middlesex University. I love the diversity of my role, and I am the resident Chihuahua enthusiast! I currently live in Bedford with my Chihuahua cross called Ty, two rabbits and tortoise.

Delia Bridge

Hi, I’m Delia and I’m one of the vets here at Henlow Veterinary Centre. I graduated in 2012 and joined the practice in October 2018. I have a passion for soft tissue surgery and I’m currently working towards a post-graduate certificate in surgery.

I also have a keen interest in exotic medicine and surgery. Outside of work I enjoy knitting, singing and walking our Rottweiler x Labrador, Malu. I live with my husband, son and small menagerie, who take up most of my spare time!

Jennifer Solomon-Kretay

I am Jennifer and I started my career in 1992 as a kennel assistant before becoming a fully qualified registered veterinary nurse in 2001. I joined the practice in July 2017 working part time.

I enjoy all aspects of the role and the variety that each day brings. I have a further qualification in nursing of exotic species and do have a particular soft spot for guinea pigs and currently live with 2 of my own.

Over the years I have shared my life with a variety of animals from stick insects and giant african land snails to the more usual dogs and cats, many of which are from rescue.

Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my family and being outdoors.

Emily Buchanan

Hi, I’m Emily! I am a Registered Veterinary Nurse with an interest in emergency and critical care and supporting pets with mobility issues. As well as working nights at HVC I also offer a laser therapy and myotherapy (therapeutic massage) service.

My additional qualifications include the vets now certificate in emergency and critical care nursing, laser therapy certificate and myotherapy diploma, I am also an elite level fear free certified professional. In my spare time I also enjoy rehabilitating wild birds and will often take in injured and orphaned birds until they are ready to be released.

Amanda Bett

Hello, I’m Amanda, I joined Henlow Vets as a receptionist/administrator in 2019 after a career in the RAF. After working in-practice, I started working from home after being dragged away from the beautiful Bedfordshire countryside by her husband’s work.

Mandi’s menagerie currently consists of two adorable and energetic Rhodesian Ridgebacks, and my spare time involves exercising, training and caring for them. I also enjoy baking, thriller tv shows and love doing jigsaw puzzles.

Hannah Mackenzie

Hello, I’m Hannah, and I’m one of the vets here at HVC.

I joined the team in 2017, after working in a busy hospital practice in Stevenage for many years. I enjoy all aspects of my job, but particularly dentistry and feline medicine. I’m also passionate about sustainability, and am part of our “Green Team”, aiming to reduce our carbon footprint.

Outside of work I love to bake, garden and spend most of my time ferrying my two children to their extra-curricular activities…

I look forward to meeting you and your pets!

Ella-May Farr

Hello, my name is Ella-May and I am a veterinary nurse here at Henlow Veterinary Centre. For as long as I can remember I have wanted to work with animals.

I studied Animal Management at Shuttleworth College which gave me the grades to go to Middlesex University. In July 2020 I qualified with a first-class honour’s degree in veterinary nursing. I have three cats, two of which I rescued. I hand reared my third cat for the first time and I loved the whole experience.

I enjoy learning new things and I am currently doing a certificate in emergency and critical care which is a main interest of mine. During my free time I enjoy going to the gym, cooking and walking my sisters labrador, Obie.

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