Penbode Pet Vets

Holsworthy:

Sally Rowlands BVSc MRCVS

Sally Rowlands

Sally studied in South Africa and came to the UK and started at Penbode in 2002. She enjoys all aspects of GP work, especially getting to know clients and their pets.

Kate Sharp (nee Greig) BVSc MRCVS

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Kate qualified from Bristol University in 2010 has worked at Penbode Pets since 2011. She enjoys all aspects of small animal practice with a particular interest in cardiology. She has a little girl to keep her busy and Murphy the springer spaniel and Bobbin the black fluffball(cat).

Kate Cleave BVSc MRCVS

Kate Cleave BVSc MRCVS

Kate qualified from Bristol University in 2001 and has been at Penbode ever since. Initially working in mixed practice at Bradworthy, she now works part time with the small animal team in the Holsworthy and Bradworthy branches enjoying all aspects of her work. Kate is married to a dairy farmer and they have three young children. Outside of work she enjoys running, occasionally riding, baking cakes and spending time with her family including Daisy the dog.

Emma Cooke

Emma Cooke

Emma grew up in rural Hertfordshire and graduated from the University of Bristol in 2020. She's very excited to join the small animal team as she loves interacting with clients and managing medical cases. In her spare time she is loving being by the coast and learning to surf.

Stratton:

Mark Banks BVSc CertVOphthal MRCVS

Mark Banks BVSc CertVOphthal MRCVS

Mark qualified from Liverpool University in 1994 and has been at Penbode ever since. Mark started his career in the farm department, changing to Pets as his special interest in eyes developed. He gained his Royal College Certificate in Ophthalmology in 2005. Mark owns a lazy, re-homed, Jack Russel cross Beagle dog who refuses to join him on his cycle trips around Cornwall. Screen reader support enabled.

Claire Davies BVSc MRCVS Vet MF Hons

Claire Davies BVSc MRCVS Vet MF Hons

Claire arrived at Penbode to help grow the Pets practice over 25 years ago,following several years of combining travel with work in central London practices, here she learnt the art of veterinary practice. She loves North Cornwall, where she has happily juggled a working life with raising a family. Claire is passionate about delivering high quality, compassionate care to all her patients. She integrates acupuncture and homeopathy into her work, particularly enjoying emergency care and complex medical cases. When not working she enjoys walking with her dog and friends, skiing, and visiting her children in far flung parts of the world.

Pas Medina Lic.Vet., GPCert(ExAP), PgC EAS, MRCVS RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Zoological MedicineLic Vet, Marine Mammal Medic and Vet for the BDMLR

Pas Medina

Pas Medina. He knew he wanted to be a vet from the tender age of three! Originally from Madrid, Pas moved with his family to a seaside town near Barcelona. He attended Veterinary school in Barcelona and qualified in 2004. Before heading over to the UK he did an internship and worked for several referring veterinary hospitals in Spain, and visited several zoo and wildlife centres in USA, Mexico and Europe. Pas is out exotic and wildlife vet, and has trained for several years to provide the best care to all those other species. As he says, %3Fanything that it's not a dog or a cat!%3F, although also he enjoys seeing our more common pets. If you need a veterinary for your exotic pets, you find injured wildlife or just need some advice, he can be found at our Stratton branch. Pas is also interested in surgery, endoscopy and minimally invasive surgery (laparoscopic surgery). In his spare time, Pas loves spending time with his wife, two kids and dogs, hiking, cani-crossing, playing rugby and surfing.

Andrew Pierce

Andrew Pierce

Andrew is from Plymouth originally. He trained as a vet in Edinburgh and graduated in 2012. Since then he has worked in South Wales and at Exeter St. David's hospital, before moving up to the North Coast. He enjoys surgery and dentistry. In his spare time he likes to keep fit by going to the gym, playing basketball, golf and surfing.

Adam Sheridan BVetMed PgCertSurg CertSAM PgDip(VCP) MRCVS

Adam Sheridan BVetMed PgCertSurg CertSAM PgDip(VCP) MRCVS

Adam is originally from London, and graduated from the Royal Veterinary College. Adam has worked in first opinion practice and referral. Soon after graduating Adam undertook a Post Graduate Certificate in Small Animal Medicine when he was Bristol based. In 2017 Adam sat a Post Graduate Diploma of Veterinary Clinical Practice as part of his internship with the university of Bristol. Over the last couple of years Adam has completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Small Animal Surgery. Adam has moved to Devon with his partner and rescue bouncy Boston Terrier.

Charly Mould BVSc MRCVS

Charly Mould BVSc MRCVS

Charly graduated from the university of Bristol in 2020 and came to work for Penbode after seeing practice here for many years as a student. On her days off Charly will either be found riding a horse, in the sea, or training on the rugby pitch. She is well known for her baking abilities across all three departments and as a result often spends her evenings in the kitchen making cakes to keep everyone happy!

Bradworthy:

Jackie Felce BVSc MRCVS

Jackie Felce

Jackie qualified from Liverpool University in 1987 and has worked at Penbode Pets ever since! She loves all aspects of general small animal work. Jackie has no free time outside of work as she's kept very busy looking after her two young boys and the farm where she keeps cattle, sheep, chickens, cats, dogs and a pet tarantula!

Camelford:

Heather Stacey BVSc MRCVS

Heather Stacey BVSc MRCVS

Heather qualified from Bristol University in 2011 and began working in mixed practice before deciding to concentrate on small animal practice when joining Penbode Vets. She is married to a farmer and has two young girls, who keep her busy. In her limited spare time, Heather enjoys walking with her dogs and running, participating at events as a member of Holsworthy Running Club.

Nick Carter BVMS MRCVS

Nick Carter BVMS MRCVS

Nick Qualified from Glasgow university in 1987, and to the disappointment of his parents who thought that they were going to get free veterinary advice for the forseeable future, moved 300 miles away from them to South Devon. After 16 years in the English Riviera, he upped sticks to move even further South and landed up in a small town in North Cornwall in 2003. He has been there ever since, happy to be a GP vet during the week, with forays to dog shows with Mandy his wife at the weekends, showing their many (MANY!) dogs. In his spare time he enjoys going out for walks (dodgy knee permitting) and photography. Even after more than 30 years in the job, he still gets a strnge sense of pleasure when he lances a cat abscess.

Katy Peat BVSc MRCVS

Katy Peat BVSc MRCVS

Katy graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2019. Hailing from Yorkshire, she is thoroughly embracing Cornish life, spending lots of time down at the beach.

Megan Jacques-Ross BVSc MRCVS

Megan Jacques-Ross

Branches in Holsworthy, Bude / Stratton, Camelford and Bradworthy
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