MiNightVet Winchester is a small animal out of hours veterinary emergency service, welcoming dogs, cats and small mammals. We are based in Winchester, Hampshire and provide emergency overnight and weekend care to clients.
Our service is also available to clients from other practices who have arranged this service. Please see the list below to find out if your veterinary practice can use our service.
The MiNightVet team provide a dedicated emergency service with full-time night staff who will be alert and effective even at unsociable hours. The qualified vets and nurses have a special interest, experience and training in all aspects of urgent critical care.
We are always pleased to receive your feedback and constantly aim to provide a high-quality service, so if you have any compliments or suggestions on how we can improve, we would like to hear from you. Please view the have your say page for further details.
Facilities and service
Since graduating in Leon (Spain) in 2015, Sheila has been working in emergency and critical care, which she loves. She also really enjoys internal medicine and is currently studying towards a Small Animal Medicine Certificate. Sheila has a Labrador called Draco who has been her sidekick since she was little and they enjoy going for long walks in the countryside.
Maria graduated in 2015. Her previous work history includes referral practices, first opinion and emergency and critical care. Maria enjoys travelling, discovering cultural features and trying local foods.
Following graduation from Bristol University in 2001, Tamsin initially worked in mixed practice in mid Wales, before moving to solely companion animal practice. In recent years, she has undertaken a PhD in clinical immunology at Cardiff University School of medicine whilst continuing to locum in mainly out of hours roles. Since successfully defending her thesis in 2016, she has worked in a large and busy Out of hours clinic in Cardiff. Tamsin enjoys being a part of MiNightVet Winchester and working closely with the rest of the team.
She lives with her husband, their three youngest children and a few rescue cats and guinea pigs. Her interests include skiing and mountain biking, and she is a keen follower of Welsh rugby.
Molly qualified 2018 after six years volunteering and then studying as a student nurse in the veterinary sector. Molly has always had a special interest in emergency and critical care. In her spare time she enjoys walking her dog and socialising with friends.
If your vet is not listed then you will need to use the on-call facilities that your own vet has chosen to provide. Please call your practices usual number and follow their instructions for emergencies.