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Verity qualified from the university of Veterinary medicine and pharmacy in Slovakia in 2014.
Prior to this she completed a BSC in Veterinary sciences at The Royal Veterinary College.
Verity worked in Bedfordshire in a busy small animal practice before joining Ashcroft Veterinary surgery in June 2015.
Verity is particularly interested in small animal internal medicine.
Outside of work, Verity enjoys exploring the local area and meeting with her friends from university.
Alison graduated from Liverpool in 2011,but is originally from Cumbria.
She worked in a busy small animal practice in Yorkshire before joining Ashcroft vets in April 2013.
Outside of work, Alison enjoys walking her two dogs and trying to make her garden fit for birds without letting her cat get involved!
Vicky has been working in the Veterinary Profession since 2000 having originally obtained a Veterinary Nursing degree. Vicky then qualified as a Veterinary Surgeon in 2009 at the University of Liverpool.
Vicky started working at Ashcroft as a Veterinary Nurse in 2001, and continued her employment as a vet when she qualified in 2009. Her long stay at the practice has meant that she has developed good relationships with clients and their pets. Vicky has a keen interest in surgery.
Outside of work, Vicky enjoys spending time with her son and husband. She loves to spend time in Cornwall and enjoys walking.
Charly qualified in 2009 from the Royal Veterinary College, and worked in small animal practice in North Wales for four years before joining Ashcroft Vets in August 2013. Charly is in charge of work experience placements at the practice, and is one of three 'Official Veterinarians' at Ashcroft, which means she can issue pet passports and assist you with pet exports.
Outside of work, Charly enjoys spending time with her family, including Oscar the fur child (aka black+white cat), and playing crazy golf with almost no skill whatsoever!
Ed qualified in 1998 from Liverpool University, and worked in mixed practice in Shropshire for four years before deciding to concentrate on small animal work. After working in Stockport for a while he joined Ashcroft Vets in September 2005, and became Clinical Director in January 2015.
When not at work Ed has two Border Collies to keep him busy and a cat to watch films with, but on clear nights likes to be out stargazing.