Graduating from Cambridge in 1992, Martha was appointed to work in small animal practice in Canterbury and was instrumental in establishing the Radio-Iodine Treatment Centre for hyperthyroid cats, before taking the position of Feline Advisory Bureau Resident in Feline Medicine at Bristol Veterinary School. In 2004 Martha was awarded the Diploma in Small Animal Medicine (feline), and is one of only 6 veterinary surgeons in the UK to hold this qualification. She is a recognised Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Specialist in Feline Medicine and is regularly invited to contribute to CPD meetings and to veterinary and veterinary nursing journals. Martha is available to see many of the more complex cases and is particularly involved with the referral caseload. Martha lives in Oxford , sharing her home with her beautiful cat Locky.
Caroline developed her keen interest in medicine through experience gained in both mixed and small animal practice. Finding that she had a passion for cats, Caroline was appointed Fort Dodge Feline Fellow at Bristol, where she expanded her interest in clinical feline medicine, focusing on laboratory diagnosis of infectious diseases. Since then she has been working with cats in both referral and first opinion capacities. She holds the the RCVS Certificate in Small Animal Medicine and was recently appointed as a member of the Australian & New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists after successful examination in the area of feline medicine. Having cared for three golden-oldies for twenty years - her first pets as soon as she qualified - Caroline has developed a special interest in feline geriatric medicine. Currently she is the proud owner of a very naughty-young-tortie "Angel" (who features a lot on our facebook gallery) who is re-introducing Caroline to the joy of owning young cats.
Hannes graduated from the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna in 2001 and completed an internship at the School of Veterinary Medicine Hannover in Germany. Following research in perioperative pain therapy he achieved his Doctorate degree in 2003. He spent a year in small animal practice before taking up a three year residency in Small Animal Surgery at the University of Berne, Switzerland. He has worked in referral practice in the UK since 2007 and became a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons in July 2008. Hannes specialises in all aspects of surgery, including orthopaedics, soft tissue and spinal surgery and is working as an independent surgery consultant since December 2015.
I graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 1994 and spent 10 years in general practice in the South East, South West and the North of England. I passed my Royal College Certificate in Veterinary Radiology in 2003. In 2005 I took a sabbatical period travelling around the world solo, and then I spent thirteen months working in diagnostic imaging at the University of Bristol and the University of Liverpool veterinary hospitals. I subsequently completed a three-year residency in diagnostic imaging at the University of Bristol in 2009 when I was awarded my Diploma and became a European Specialist in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging.
I specialise in providing veterinary diagnostic imaging services to both first opinion and referral establishments.