Since graduating from the University of Nottingham School of Veterinary Medicine in 2016, Dr Joanna Woodnutt worked in companion animal practice in the Midlands. She worked for a number of practices and branches doing medicine, surgery, and feline-only practice as well as out-of-hours emergency work. In 2019, Joanna left full time practice and now works as a locum/relief vet in the Channel Islands.
Joanna lives with her partner, Ian, on the Channel Island of Alderney- which is where she grew up. They also run a plant nursery and organic salad farm called Little Island Leaves. In the summer, Jo likes kayak fishing on the north coast of the island, and loves to cook fresh mackerel with a simple, home-grown, green salad!
Jo currently has one dog, Pixie, a rescued crossbreed terrier weighing just 6kg! She likes to joke that Pixie is badly behaved but she’s alright really- she’s just got terrible recall! Jo also has a flock of chickens, and regularly takes care of her mum’s ancient cats (Little Bear and Molly) and a herd of free-range pigs.
Some fun facts
Giraffe – I just love those necks!
Skiing in Scotland
Coffee or tea?
Tea! I drink a lot of it when I’m working!
Here you can see my recent work.