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Denise March, client care at Dovecote Veterinary Hospital

Denise March

Client Care
  • C-SQP

In 1998, Denise landed her dream job as a nurse/receptionist in a mixed veterinary practice in Derbyshire and hasn’t looked back since. She has worked in several veterinary practices, both in Derbyshire and in Cornwall before coming to work at Dovecote Veterinary Hospital in 2015. Part of her working day is reception based and part in administration as the practice health and safety coordinator.

Denise has a wonderful Border Collie called Scott. They walk miles together at home and in the Peak District and also spend their holidays on a working dairy farm in Cornwall.

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Clients have said
  • ‘Dear Alison, Archie and I have been treated with nothing but kindness, care and consideration from yourself, your nurses and the fabulous ladies in reception’

  • To Mark, nurses and all support staff.  Thank you so much for everything and looking after our little Obi’

  • To Rob White and the team at Dovecote, Alfie is doing absolutely brilliant” He is now back to the cheeky little chap he once was’

  • ‘Jed is so well cared for at Dovecote and all his aunties on reception give him so much love.’

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

  • ‘For all at Dovecote, Thank you so much for all your skill, love and attention for Charlie and for all you patience and counselling for us’

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

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

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

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