Registered charity, welfare and consulting Veterinary Nurse.
Winner for the 'Vet Nurse Of The Year' Ceva Animal Welfare awards 2016 and finalist 2015.
Founder of The SaveABulls campaign.
Member of Associate Parliamentary Group for Animal Welfare. (APGAW) and Animal Welfare Party (AWP)
As a Veterinary Nurse in London I meet bull breeds on a daily basis I have nothing but love for these dogs.
After experiencing the reality of BSL, which expected me to euthinase healthy stray puppies and dogs because of what they looked like, I decided I had to do something. Killing dogs based on their looks benefits no one.
Education is key and evidence shows that this method works to reduce dog bites, our motto at the SaveABulls is 'Education, Not Breed Specific Legislation'.
I hope that you join our campaign and it inspires you all to take an active role in this and get veterinary and rescue staff, dog owners and politicians involved to highlight the many real issues that BSL causes.
Gemma is a registered charity Veterinary Nurse in London, with many years experience working front line in animal welfare. Gemma is often involved in assisting bull breed owners with advice, care and ensuring that every dog has a healthy and happy future. From her experience in welfare charities Gemma plays a key role in education and works tirelessly to prevent breed discrimination.
Gemma has been involved in our park days and speaks with us at the yearly AGM and joins in the fun for Pup Aid every year.
Helping out with the organisation of the campaign, spreading awareness and assisting with social media posts and ideas.
We are grateful to have Gemma as part of The SaveABulls campaign team.
Indy is our famous ambassador dog. Also known as 'Little Piggie'. She is a victim of BSL in the UK. Indy recently featured in a video by The Dodo, she was very popular! See video below.
Her owner Matt is the perfect owner caring for her every need. Matt helps us out with spreading awareness too.