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Sr. Candice Ramsay

Founder, Veterinary Nurse, Vet Physiotherapist

While working in the Veterinary field I found myself very interested in the post operative care of critical patients. I found that I had a special interest in Animal Rehabilitation. Animal Rehabilitation became an absolute passion for me. I saw how it made a significant difference to the quality of life to all the patients I treated. It is a technique used to support surgery and medical care for animals.

I feel that it builds the relationship between pet and owner by bringing awareness to the owner of their pets needs. It brings me such happiness to see my patients return to function.

My Goal is to provide support to my patients and make a difference to their quality of life.




Jade obtained her qualification as a veterinary nurse in 2013. Her passion for animals was cultivated when she worked in a specialist veterinary practice for 8 years. However, looking for new challenges, Jade decided to change her career path and subsequently entered the corporate world.

After 4 months in the office, Jade realised just how much she missed taking care of her patients. Still wanting to devote her time to helping animals, she accepted an opportunity by Ramsay Rehab. This was an opportunity to use the knowledge she has acquired over the years to help patients with their recovery, and an opportunity to learn and grow more in the vital practice of animal care.

One of Jade’s favourite things to do in life is spending time with her patients by helping them heal and recover, and of course, giving them lots of cuddles!



Veterinary Physiotherapist

I have always found comfort in the company of animals, having grown up with, what felt like, a zoo in my own at home. It was always a given that I would end up working with animals, and finding veterinary physiotherapy has been the most rewarding way to do so. I graduated with a 4 year qualification from Equine-librium College in 2021, and joined the Ramsay Rehab team at the start of 2022. In them, I have found a family who have the same passions and goals. I have a special interest in post-operative rehabilitation and neurological cases.


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Sanitation and Maintenance

Growing up, I was always surrounded by cats, dogs, cows and sheep. I grew to care for them, to love them and to appreciate their kindness. This is one of the reasons why I enjoy working at Ramsay Rehab. Seeing the amazing work the team does on not only restoring faith in the owners of our patients, but the second chance in life they give to these beautiful animals is incredible.
It truly makes me happy when I see and experience the happiness of someone else. I am quiet, kind-hearted and a happy person that never fails to share a smile. My belief and faith in Christ is what drives me each and every day and I am truly blessed for an amazing son, who is my life.
Being part of a family means the world to me and that is why I am so happy to not only be a part of Ramsay Rehab, but to be part of a caring and loving family. We support and stand by each other and we enjoy working as a team! I am truly thankful and blessed to be part of Ramsay Rehab.


Jessica Smith


Having started my journey with the Ramay Rehab team as a client myself, I have always been in awe of the incredible work the Ramsay team do on a daily basis to help improve the quality of life of their patients. So when the opportunity came to be part of the team and bring my love for animals and my magical organisational skills together to help make both our patients and their parents happy, I knew I'd found my place. My goal is to keep our clients happy and to make sure every animal who comes through our doors gets a forehead kiss and a good chin scratch.

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