Edward Jones MA VetMB MRCVS
Growing up on a dairy farm and having pets all my life I always knew that I wanted to work with animals.
I qualified from Cambridge University and initially lived and worked the 'James Herriot' life in the Yorkshire Dales treating farm animals, horses and family pets. I then moved back down south and have been working with family pets in the Cotswolds before moving to Peterborough in 2014 and working as a small animal vet.
My spare time is spent with my wife Emma and our two young daughters, as well as with our cocker spaniel Woody. I enjoy photography and gardening. Homebrew keeps me in beer and wine and when I can, cycling to keep fit.
Emma Jones BSc (Hons) MSc PhD
I have always enjoyed having pets in the family home, from gerbils and rabbits as a small child to cats, dogs and chickens in later life.
I have a strong scientific background and worked in the scientific sector for many years before embarking on opening this surgery with my husband, Edward. Our two daughters keep us busy and occasionally you may see them 'organising' us at the surgery.
Sarah Deeley RVN
Since I was a little girl, I’ve always had a huge passion for animals. So much so that in 2011, I travelled to Africa to volunteer at a Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre where I worked with some of the most amazing and endangered wildlife, it was then I knew I had found my calling in life.
I qualified as an RVN in August 2015 after training at a practice in Stamford and have since worked at another practice in Peterborough.
I have a particular interest in anaesthesia, canine and feline lifestages and behaviour, in which I hope to gain further qualifications.
At home I live with my wife Stacy and our 2 dogs; Arya, a rescue Westie and Dyke, a retired Army explosive detection Belgium Shepherd. In my spare time I enjoy dog walking, home improvements and eating pizza.
Roz Harper RVN
I qualified as a veterinary nurse way back in 2003, and have since worked in a variety of small animal practices and have also enjoyed equine and farm animal work.
I live with my partner Martin who is a farmer, and we have two daughters, Ellie and Maisie. Additionally, in a normal veterinary nurse fashion, we also have a menagerie of animals!
We have three dogs - Stig is a mixed Terrier and ageing gracefully at 16. Pip is our black Labrador, she was hand reared as a puppy as she was rejected by her mum.
Our newish addition is Pea who is a Cairn/Jack Russel Terrier cross, and being the youngest keeps us on our toes!
We also have a horse called Katie and a pony called Rupert, not to forget two giant lop eared rabbits called Cheerio and Piper (and there's a fish called Alan..)
I love all areas of veterinary nursing but take a particular interest in patient care and emergency nursing.