Everyone at our practice is committed to providing you with the very best in pet healthcare. Our veterinary team bring a wealth of experience to the practice and have individually obtained high standards of professional qualification.
He graduated from Liverpool University in 2001 and has since worked in several small animal hospitals and clinics in the South.
His veterinary interests include orthopaedic surgery, endocrinology and feline medicine. He completed a Certificate in Feline Practice in 2008 and is looking at doing his acupuncture training in 2013.
Peter spends most of his spare time walking his dogs Harvard, Luna and Floyd. He is a qualified scuba diver and is encouraging Sam to start her PADI course so they can go diving together.
Her spare time is mostly devoted to her dogs Luna, Harvard and Floyd.
Sam also has three cats Chicken, Chi and Lily who tend to rule the house!
Since joining the practice in May 2010 she has enjoyed helping to set up and run the nurse clinics in particular the weight watcher and puppy / kitten clinics.
Outside of work Rosie enjoy making jewellery, walking, yoga and have recently taken up inline skating.
Rosie is also a fosterer for Cat Protection which involves caring for and rehoming cats for and rehoming cats from her home. It was through Cat Protection that she adopted her own cat Brad who had been found as a stray.
She qualified and joined Ensbury Park in October 2011. Sam enjoys all areas of nursing but in particular nurse clinics such as puppy and kitten clinics and weight management clinics. Previously she has worked in several small animal clinics in Hampshire.
Outside of work she enjoys spending time with friends and family, and has a Jack Russell Cross named Marley and a black and white cat called Socks.
At home she has a German Sheppard called Bowdie, Jack Russell x westie called Pixie, Jack Russell x dachshund called poppy and her cat called Midnight.