Meet the team

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Djordje (George) Vuckovic BVSc MRCVS – Veterinary Surgeon & Practice Principal.
George qualified from Zimbabwe in 1995, and has worked at the Practice since 2003. His main interests are Opthalmology and internal medicine.
Whilst living in Africa, George had a vast range of veterinary experience. He was very much involved in the care and rehabilitation of the wildlife, often helping to rear orphaned and sick wild cats. He was also instrumental in setting up a 24 hour Veterinary Hospital.
In his spare time, George loves to cook and enjoys fine wines.

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Vladimir Djukanovic BVSc MRCVS – Veterinary  Surgeon
Vladimir qualified from Belgrade in 2002 and has worked at Blackwater Valley Vets since 2005. He enjoys all aspects of working at a first opinion practice, and is especially interested in acupuncture.
At home, Vlada owns a beautiful Borzoi called Aigul, a gorgeous French Bulldog pup called Yogi, two cats and a chameleon. His main hobbies are photography and art.

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Audra Turner BVSc MANZCVS ( Medicine of Cats ) MRCVS – Veterinary Surgeon
Audra has previously worked at a first opinion practice in East London. She qualified from Zimbabwe in 1997, and has a special interest in feline medicine.
Unsurprisingly, Audra loves cats and owns a loveable tabby called Tom, who has taken to the Surrey countryside like a cat to catnip! In her spare time Audra loves music and lots of walking.

Laura Felstead BVetMed MRCVS – Veterinary Surgeon

Laura has a special interest in surgery. She owns a beautiful spaniel cross called Lily and a cat called Lola. Apart from looking after her baby daughter, she also likes to keep fit by running.

 

Karen Collie – Practice Manager

Karen has long experiance in developing finace and management teams in veterinary practices. She is responssible for seemless running of our team. Trained in accounts Karen is the “behind the scenes” engine of the surgery. If you have queries please do not hesitate to contact her.

Her family including 3 young adults as well as  a dog and four cats keep her busy in her “free” time.

 

 

 

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Lynsey Williams RVN – Head Vet Nurse

Lynsey has worked at the practice since 2001, and gained her veterinary nurse qualification in 2008. Her main responsibility is to assess the trainee nurses, but Lynsey also maintains the smooth running of the clinical areas, including the operating theatre and hospital ward.
At home, Lynsey owns two horses, one dog and a cat. Her main hobbies are riding and competing her horses, and walking her dog Smurf.

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Astrid Devaney – RVN

Astrid has worked at the practice since 1973, and gained her vet nurse qualification in 1978. She enjoys all aspects of veterinary nursing, especially caring for our patients and meeting clients.
Astrid owns three dogs that she enjoys taking for long walks, and three cats. Her hobbies are gardening, cooking, a nice glass of champagne, and holidays to her native France.

Justine Alcroft

Jessie has first joined us as a visiting Vetrinary nursing student but has decided to stay with us. She is calm but manages to achieve a lot! SHe has qualified as a nurse, works with us and looks after her 17 rescue horses!

 

 

 

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Hannah Sharp – Trainee Veterinary Nurse

Hannah joined us in 2014. She has five cats, chickens and fish and has just aquired an Irish Wolfhound puppy called Fergus, who is already the size of a small pony !! Hannah also enjoys walking and socialising with her friends.

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Debbie Turner – Reception Manager / Feline Behaviour Advisor

Debbie has joined us having spent the last nine years working in the veterinary profession. She enjoys meetting clients and has a special interest in cats and has certficates in both intermediate and advanced feline psychology. In her spare time she makes and sells pretty candle cups with the proceeds going to our local Cats Protection, who she regularly writes a blog for.

 

Louise Gospel – Trainee Veterinary Nurse

Louise has joined our team as a receptionist. However Louise has started training as a veterinary nurse through College and our training centre. She has a gorgeous chihuahua Kiki, and owns a horse called Tiddles.

 

 


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I was very happy with the care my cats received…the vet gave me a great deal of time and treated my girls like his own. I also received a lot of help from the head nurse who gave me a diet plan to follow which has helped them lose weight. They are now a lot healthier and much more active.

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