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Wrexham

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Main Road
Rhosrobin
Wrexham
LL11 4RL

tel: 01978 311 881

Penyffordd

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27 Hawarden Road
Penyffordd

CH4 0JD

tel: 01244 543 211

Shotton

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97 Chester Rd East
Shotton
Deeside
CH5 1QB

tel: 01244 830 065

Farm

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Rhosrobin
Wrexham
LL11 4RL

tel: 01978 311 444

Nathan Booth (RVN)

Nurse Manager

My name is Nathan and I am the nurse manager at Daleside Veterinary Group. I did my nurse training here many moons ago, and after 10 years away doing other things I have re-joined the Daleside team

During my time away from Daleside I have completed a degree in zoology, worked for a number of other veterinary practices, and have even been a lecturer! None have measured up to nursing at Daleside though and I am glad to be back. I am proud to manage such a fantastic team of registered and student veterinary nurses, and look forward to the new challenges my role will bring.

My passion is canine behaviour and training and I have developed a sound knowledge in this field over the years, enabling me to offer a dog behaviour service at the practice.

I have two rabbits at home named Johnny Vegas and Mike Riley, I have a cat named Lady Diana (who came to us as a stray with a fractured jaw), and a (very naughty) beagle named Cooper who loves nothing more than running round and getting into trouble at every opportunity!

“Best vets in Wrexham. Always helpful and nothing is too much trouble. Friendly staff that go out of their way to not only care for your pet, but also to keep the pets carer fully informed every step of the way. They have always looked after and treated my 2 yorkies Lulu and Pebbles amazingly, they saved Lulu’s life, words can never describe how grateful I am to them. I Would recommend this veterinary practice to everyone and anyone.”

Sha Parry

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