Adele graduated in 1998 from Hanover University, after which she worked in Arizona for nine months in an equine and small animal practice.
Adele moved to the UK in 1999 and secured a position at Churchfield Veterinary Centre. She was then offered a senior small animal position at this large mixed practice. After working in first opinion small animal practice for four years Adele moved to Calder Vets where she managed the animal hospital and started specialising in small animal internal medicine. During her last two years at Calder Vets she started seeing secondary and internal referrals in small animal medicine, especially abdominal ultrasonography and endoscopy.
Adele joined Allan & Rushton-Taylor in October 2009 where she plans to use her expertise in small animal medicine to enhance the practice’s excellent care and diagnostics of small animals.
Adele has also undertaken voluntary work with the Twinkle Trust, a cat charity. She has rescue dogs and cats at home, plus! Most of her spare time is spent caring for her pets.
In August 2015 Adele took over from Max Allan and her and Peter Rushton-Taylor became directors of Jersey Village Vets, formerly known as Allan and Rushton-Taylor.