Annaliese Morgan has worked in the veterinary profession for 19 years, qualifying as a Veterinary Nurse back in 1997.
Since then Annaliese has gained the well-regarded advanced surgical diploma and other qualifications to boot and is now rated within the top 250 vet nurses in the UK.
Annaliese opened her own business in July 2008, Fuchsia Pet Health Spa. In a luxury environment, Fuchsia combines high standard preventative healthcare and grooming, along with education and exceptional client care.
Leading the way in pet care with Fuchsia the professional pet health spa. Keeping pets happy, healthy and beautiful is our top priority. We bring together a wealth of passion and experience to lavish on your precious pets – Please visit the site by clicking the image.
I finish this series of blogs in an entirely different place from when I started them, in a good way. “You can’t begin where you don’t fit in.” This is something I’ve struggled with for a long time, and unfortunately my current situation is not one where I feel or ever have felt like I
‘’That’s it. I’ve had enough. I’m throwing in the towel. How much more I am expected to take? It’s all gone wrong.’’ I’m fairly sure most of us have thought and said these very self-sabotaging words. It does seem at some points in our lives that this is what we are driven to think and
I was actually inspired to write this blog by a status posted by someone on his Facebook page.He was talking about the very recent loss of his friend who sadly passed away and how life can be so tragically short for people. He is absolutely right, it can be. None of us, despite fame, success,
I feel compelled to rant on about those who lack a vertebra. I meet and deal with my fair share of these (as we all do) but recently I’ve snapped on this. The number of humans becoming spineless appears to be on the increase and it really gets on my wick. I’m generally pretty good