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Tom joined Wanganui Vet Services as Sales Manager in 2001.
Prior to this Tom had worked for Wrightson Wanganui for 2 years and then Schering Plough for 3 years.
In 2005 Tom became a Director of the company and is now the Managing Director of Wanganui Veterinary Services Ltd.
Tom is a keen follower of all sports, supporting his childrens sports at every opportunity. Another much loved family member of the Dinwiddie family is Ollie a very energetic Jack Russell.
Glen has been with Wanganui Vets as the Commerical Sales Manager since June 2015.
Prior to this Glen worked as a Territory Manager in the East Coast/Hawkes Bay/Wanganui/Taranaki area for Merial Ancare for 17 years and two and a half years as the South Taranaki/Waimarino Fertiliser Territory Manager .
Hein joined Wanganui Vets in September 2015, moving to NZ with his family from Holland.
Hein is primarily a small animal clinician with an emphasis on soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery.
He has a much loved family dog named Chester who came to NZ with his family and has settled in nicely.
He also enjoys mountain biking, kayaking, travelling and nature tramping.
Wilna’s special interest is in first-opinion equine practice. She is interested in all aspect of horse medicine, with a particular focus on disease prevention and stud medicine. She is a keen endurance rider, with a wide range of experience in the field.
For any equine queries please contact us on 06 349 0155 or email email@example.com
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Chrissy graduated with a National Certificate in Veterinary Nursing from Ag Challenge in 2006.
After completing her certificate she joined Wanganui Vets as a causal employee and then accepted a full-time position at Patea Veterinary Centre.
Chrissy returned to a fulltime role with Wanganui Vets in late 2015 building strong relationships with the clients and their pets, Chrissy then transitioned into a more administrative role managing stock control and creditors.
Chrissy enjoys her farm life with her family and loves horses, hunting and sports. She also tells us she loves her job !
Marie started work in 1995 as a Vet Nurse at Heads Road Vets. She holds a diploma with distinction in Veterinary Nursing. Marie’s main role now is as an administrative support for the company secretary, creditors department and the Vetcare grazing scheme.
Marie is married with two boys and lives rurally with many farm and domestic animals. Marie’s hobbies include the outdoors, horse riding and she is a very accomplished artist.