Qualifying in New Zealand 22 years ago, I moved to the UK in 2000 working in a number of general practices before running a small animal practice in London. In 2009, I relocated to Hong Kong where I pursued my interest in feline medicine in earnest. Whilst working for the Hong Kong SPCA, I built up extensive additional skills in ultrasonography and cardiology.
In 2012 I attained Membership of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Feline Medicine and in 2015 became a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Advanced Practitioner in Feline Medicine and a member of the International Society of Feline Medicine – Academy of Feline Practitioners.
In May of 2017 after many years of planning I opened a state-of-the-art feline-only veterinary practice in Central London, The London Cat Clinic which now has over 2200 thousand patients registered and is growing daily.
My areas of interest and experience include all aspects of internal medicine, rigid and flexible endoscopy and diagnostic imaging including cardiac and abdominal ultrasonography. I love working with elderly cats and nothing gives me a bigger thrill than having the opportunity to give these special patients a new ‘lease of life’.
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