Updated: Mar 8, 2021
Small Animal and Canine Hydrotherapist
I'm new here at Fit4dogs, you will usually see me on a Thursday. I have been a Qualified Veterinary nurse since 2004 and worked in the veterinary industry for over 20 years. I decided to add to my skillset a couple of years ago and studied alongside working as a vet nurse for my Canine Hydrotherapy Certificate in both pool and treadmill. I completed this qualification in December 2019, I now have the pleasure of providing nursing and rehabilitation for my furry four-legged friends. I love my work now I have the best of both worlds.
I share my home with my favourite humans; my husband Iain (who also works within the veterinary industry as a vet surgeon) and my Son Isaac who has just started secondary school. My Furbabies are Errol my black labrador and Tyrone who is an English bulldog - he's my baby as I have hand-reared him from day one and is always my shadow at home. We also have a British shorthaired Cat called 'Mouldy Cat' (she looks a mouldy colour haha), Tony Cat who is my feral rescue hand-reared kitten, and another feral garden cat called Evangeline. As if the family wasn't big enough, I have also expanded my garden space to include some chickens.
I love all animals hence my passion for caring for them, and my goal is to ensure each client in my care and owner receive the best experience and treatment. I can't wait to meet you and yours and hear your stories of how you came to have them in your lives.
Vet Nurse/Hydrotherapist made Finalist in the Animal Start Awards
Kate Etridge Canine Hydrotherapists and Vet Nurse who works at Fit4dogsuk Canine Hydrotherapy Centre in Beverley has been announced as a finalist in the up and coming Animal Star Awards
Vet nurse for 21 years and animal lover lives in Yorkshire where she is an advocate for charities became a finalist in Vet Nurse of the Year 2020
Kate Said ‘I am so proud to be a finalist and make it through the judging process”
The Animal Star Awards Celebrates individuals who have made a difference to animals and their humans, with over 1000 nominations and is judged by a panel of experts.
Mary, the owner of Pet Connect UK, said: ‘I’m so excited to be able to bring the awards to life once again albeit virtually on Sunday, March 28 to give recognition to the animals and humans alike that have done extraordinary things for one another.
‘Since starting the awards in 2016 it has grown beyond all my expectations.’
The awards will be held on the 28th of March via Zoom in support of charities such as Mane Chance Horse Sanctuary, K9 Angels.
More information about the awards via https://animalstarawards.com/
More information about Fit4dogsuk www.fit4dogsuk.com
Nominated Vet Nurse of the Year in the Pet Plan Awards.
Kate Etridge has been Nominated Vet Nurse of the Year in the Pet Plan Awards 2021
Kate has been a veterinary nurse for over 20 years and Canine Hydrotherapist, she was nominated for her passion for finding new rehabilitation methods to help clients pets to aid in the recovery.