Kerrie began training as a Veterinary Nurse in 2001, qualifying in 2004. During this time Kerrie worked in various practices specialising in small animal, livestock and orthopaedic referral work.
In 2008 Kerrie made the transition into teaching and lectured and trained Veterinary Nursing students as well as teaching specialist subjects to the Animal Science division at a local Agricultural College. While teaching Kerrie obtained her Certificate in Education from Portsmouth University.
In 2012 Kerrie decided to enrol on a Veterinary Physiotherapy course and qualified in 2014. Since qualifying Kerrie went on to start up her own Veterinary Physiotherapy business, Hounds to Horses Physiotherapy; and treats a range of animals from dogs and horses to livestock.
Kerrie has a keen interest in pain management and kinesiology (how things move!). She is a RAMP registered Veterinary Physiotherapist.