Layla Maidment PGDip VetPhys., BSc (Hons)
Having always been passionate about animals from a young age I knew my career path had to follow suit. At aged 11 I had my first riding lesson and from that point I was hooked. Alongside the horses I also volunteered at various organisations such as farms, rescues and vets which provided me with a wealth of knowledge in animal behaviour, nutrition, ailments and training for a variety of animals from horses, dogs, cats, exotics and small furies.
In 2014 I started my BSc in Animal Science at Canterbury Christ Church University where I completed my undergraduate with a 1st class degree. These three years furthered my education into the animal world giving me a more in-depth understanding and practical experiences.
Knowing my strong points revolved around biology specifically anatomy and physiology I discovered the MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy course at Writtle University College where I achieved my PGDip and became a fully qualified Vet Physio.
All these experiences have lead me to become knowledgable and confident in the correct handling of animals which means you can rest assured your pets are in the best hands.
When your dogs have helicopter tails when someone comes to the door, you can breathe in the knowledge that they are the right person to be looking after them. When that happens daily, not to mention the tigger bounces and huge grins, you thank your lucky stars. Layla has a natural affinity with animals, is extremely knowledgeable and is an absolute pleasure to be around. She takes everything in her stride and isn’t easily phased by dogs that occasionally forget their manners or wake up in a Mr Mildrew mood. We can’t recommend her highly enough. Amazing with dogs … and humans!
Sam, Dan, Bracken & Bramble