Lucy Travers BVSc CertAVP MRCVS
Lucy qualified from Liverpool University in 2006 and gained a Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice in 2017. She has always worked with companion animals bar the odd alpaca and pet sheep! Having experience in many areas of small animal work she has particular interest in
medical cases and surgery. She is an OV (Official Veterinarian) and so can write animal health certificates for pet travel.
Anna-marie Knight BVetMed GPCert (Derm) MRCVS
Anna-marie qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 2002. She has a special interest and advanced certificate in skin disease (Dermatology). She also has a qualification in veterinary acupuncture. She also holds the OV qualification
Amiee Nicholas RVN
Amiee is a qualified veterinary nurse. She has been working in Veterinary practice since 2014 and has experience with a range of exotics species including otters and possums! Amiee has a passion for lab work, anaesthesia and looking after our patients, particularly those in cat ward.
Sally Gough RVN
Sally has been working as a veterinary nurse since 2005. She is a clinical coach which means she works with Bottle Green training to teach our students. She has particular interests in anaesthesia and emergency medicine and enjoys walks with her energetic Jack Russell terrier called Eddie.
Sue Williams RVN
Sue has recently joined us and has been working as a nurse for many years. She enjoys walking her dog Nixie and running. She is getting married this year, we are looking forward to celebrating with her!
Chloe is just going into her second year of training to become a qualified Veterinary nurse. She is flying through college. She is enjoying all aspects of the job, with a particular interest in rabbits and rodents. She has a dog and 3 cats at home.
Megan is just about to start her first year of training to become a qualified Veterinary nurse. She has always had an interest in animals and we have known her since she was at school. She just kept coming back to Veterinary after spending time at University and dog grooming. She has a cheeky Cockerpoo at home.
We want to become an integral part of our local community. Having worked in other small practices, we understand the importance to pet owners of being able to build a lasting relationship with their veterinary team. We feel the best place for a practice is within the heart of the community.
We will always do the right thing for you and your pets. We will always give you our honest opinion on treatment options and will be completely transparent on pricing. Every pet has different needs and there is no 'one size fits all' so we will tailor our medicine and preventative care to your pet.
Being a small company ourselves we are very keen to support local business. We will only use people we know and trust. We have been in Derbyshire for many years now and have built strong relationships with local companies. The pet cremation service we use is one we have known personally for years.
We will do all we can to ensure your pet is not scared when coming to the vets. We will provide longer appointments for pets that need a bit more time. Late admission appointments will reduce stress for nervous pets that need to stay with us for procedures.
We want to look after our environment for all the animals that inhabit it. We will recycle everything we can and use recycled/recyclable products wherever possible. Our new building has an advanced heat exchange system reducing environmental impact.
We are able to provide a first opinion surgery and although this means we can do most things, for more advanced procedures your pet may need to be referred for further treatment. We work with local specialists and will always use a service we can discuss cases easily with.