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Carol Wyse, Physiotherapist at Dovecote Veterinary Hospital
Carol Wyse, Physiotherapist at Dovecote Veterinary Hospital

Carol Wyse


Carol qualified as a human physiotherapist back in 1996 and has worked in numerous hospitals around the country predominantly working with neurological patients. In 2015 her love of dogs led her to retrain to be a veterinary physiotherapist attending  Hartpury College for two years. Carol joined Dovecote Veterinary Hospital in November 2017 and works with in and out patients aiming to decrease pain and discomfort and restore strength, mobility and function.

When not at Dovecote she continues to treat people two days a week. Carol also enjoys walking her spirited Border Terrier Alfie and singing in an multi-award winning choir.

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Clients have said
  • ‘Just wanted to say a big thank you for looking after Sally over the past 8 months. For Andrew’s surgery, Alison’s acupuncture and the reception staffs’ welcome we feel we’ve been really well looked after and everything has gone smoothly.’

  • We would like to thank everyone at Dovecote for their help and support, especially Shirley who was always available when needed.

  • To all the wonderful staff who managed to fix my wonderful, wappy dog!’

  • ‘Thank you all for looking after Bailey and taking such good care of him.’

  • ‘Bruce and all the team, we just want to say thank you so much for all the love and care over the years’

  • ‘Thank you, with loads of doggy lurve from Pickle’

  • ‘Whether making an appointment, seeing (in our case Naomi) we have been made to feel very welcome and part of the Dovecote family’

  • ‘Thank you to the nurse who looked after Juno so well during her weekend stay at Dovecote’.

  • Thank you so much for looking after our precious little Holly, and for looking after us too!’

  • ‘a BIG thank you to you all for getting Jasper back on his feet’.