Molly graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 1992. She got married, emigrated and proceeded to spend the next 4 years working in small animal and exotic medicine in Canada, with her husband Tom. These varied experiences included working in multicentre urban practice in Toronto and a small exotics practice in rural Ontario. Her case load included a lot of native wildlife such as raccoons, skunks and red-tailed hawks. After returning to the UK in 1996 she has worked in both London and the North West.
For nine years Molly worked at the Avian and Exotics Clinic in Manchester. Molly gained her RCVS Certificate in Zoological Medicine in 2001 and her Diploma (Mammalian) in 2007. Her special interests are rabbit medicine and surgery, however she is ready and willing to see anything you can get in the door (safely that is!). Molly has contributed to several books including the BSAVA Manual of Reptiles, Nursing Exotic Pets and Wildlife, Rabbit Medicine and Rabbit Surgery and upcoming international volumes on rodent and rabbit dentistry and rodent/rabbit medicine and surgery. Her most recent project, an update on the Textbook of Rabbit Medicine is due to be published on October 1st. Molly also reviews articles for other authors and Journals, and has been involved in reviewing the WildPro volume on Lagomorphs as well as the new Ferret volume. She is an examiner for the RCVS Diploma in Zoological Medicine.