Anna Rodriguez BVetMed MRCVS
Head Veterinary Surgeon
Anna graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2003, and started her vet career in a mixed practice in the Midlands. In 2008 she came to Acle as a locum and has been here ever since. Anna has settled in the village with her husband and became a mum to two small children. She has numerous pets at home, currently including rabbits, guinea pigs and chickens. She enjoys all aspects of her job, and has a special affection for rabbits and guinea pigs. Anna is keen on a holistic treatment outlook, including lifestyle and diet. She has completed her herbal medicine certificate in November 2015 and has also completed an acupuncture course. Anna is looking forward to helping more animals with these fascinating, alternative treatment options.
Serena Bastillo MRCVS
Serena has been part of the Anchorage Vet team since 2009. She graduated from the University of Perugia, Italy in 2004 and is currently studying for a postgraduate certificate in small animal internal medicine. Her interests include abdominal ultrasound and laboratory diagnostics. Much of her free time is taken up with her three children, her cat and her dog, Coco.
Tracee Keeble DVM MRCVS
Tracee attended the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicines at Tufts University in Massachusetts. She moved to England in 2003 as a newly qualified veterinary surgeon, having previously lived in Bermuda, Canada and the United States. After several years in general practice she joined the night team at a busy hospital in Brighton, where she worked for seven years providing out of hours services for a large number of practices across Essex. In 2015, she returned to the general practice (and daytime work) in order to enjoy more time with her young family, although she still has a passion for emergency and critical care. At the end of 2018 Tracee and her family relocated to Norfolk to enjoy a more outdoor lifestyle. In her free time you will probably find Tracee at the beach with her two children and yellow Labrador, Cooper.
Eloise Quince BVetMed MRCVS
Eloise graduated from The Royal Veterinary College in 2016. After initially working in a mixed practice in North Yorkshire and Cumbria, she settled on seeing small animals in lovely Norfolk. Eloise has a tiny black cat called Autumn who is very cheeky! In her spare time, Eloise enjoys running, yoga and is a very keen baker. She also works with Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens alongside Jess French.
Raul Sanchez MRCVS
From an early age Raul always wanted to work with animals so after he graduated from the Autonomous University of Barcelona in 2017 his dream finally came true! Raul is always looking forward to learning more and is aiming to specialise in exotic animals, internal medicine, ophthalmology or neurology. He has two friendly cats back in Spain, Gauss and Noa, who are both adopted and loved by all the family. His favourite hobbies include reading, sports and speedsolving 3D puzzles but he also enjoys trying different and new activities.