Catherine Bennett-Williams

High Peak and Surrounding areas

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High Peak and Surrounding areas

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I qualified as a Veterinary Surgeon in 2001, from the Royal “Dick” Vet School in Edinburgh. I have an interest in small animal medicine, especially in dealing with chronically ill or geriatric patients, working to improve their disease management and their quality of life. This had led to an interest in integrated complimentary therapies and nutrition. I have a certificate of competency in Western Veterinary Acupuncture and a Certification in Western (Evidence Based) Veterinary Herbal Medicine.

I have joined Vetcare@Home as I believe in spending the time getting to know my patients and their owners. I want to offer a high level of care for pets in the comfort of their own home, avoiding any of the stresses that may come with having to travel to the vet surgery.

Why did you become a vet? I have always loved animals. I decided to become a vet after reading the James Herriot’s novels. I haven’t been disappointed. Everyday is different and there are always new challenges.
What was your first pet? My first pets were two rabbits called “Lottie” and “Bobbin”. We were told we had bought two females, but six weeks later we were surprised to find Bobbin had given birth to six kittens!
Guilty pleasure Snuggling on the sofa with Douglas, my cocker spaniel.
Best advice for pet owners Always insure your pets. It can be really expensive if your pet needs to be hospitalised or referred to a specialist. Pet insurance gives you the peace of mind that costs will be covered and your pet will be able to receive whatever treatment is needed
Interesting Fact Before becoming a vet I had a variety of brilliant jobs working with animals including Milker on a dairy farm, Cat sitter, Pony Trekking Instructor(with the Dick vet Exmoor herd), Dog Walker at a pet hotel, Pig Farm Assistant, Tour Guide at a visitor farm, Lambing Assistant …

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If you’d like to arrange for us to visit your pet at home, you can either book online or phone.

Need help? Get in touch at any time call 01773 302220 or email info@vetcarehome.co.uk

John provided a service second to none, he did Poppy proud and made her passing so very easy. Having been let down at our own vet, John was able to get the home visit sorted, many, many thanks.

Mark Barber

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First class service, visited within the hour and treated my new puppy. Only problem is now she is running around doing what puppies should do. I wished I had asked about the off switch is!

Mike Young

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We would highly recommend vet care at home. Due to covid 19 and the lockdown restrictions we weren’t able to use our regular vet for home visits. Communication was excellent and John was always very prompt in responding to calls and emails. I’m so glad they were recommended to us as they were amazing.

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Really supportive at a very sad time saying goodbye to our little Yorkie we miss so much.

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Competent & friendly vet, professional, competitively priced & convenient for myself. I can highly recommend, especially if you don’t have transport or your pet doesn’t like the usual veterinary setting. 5 star! ⭐️

Tina Griffiths

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Mobile vet for everything that doesn't require a vet surgery. Brilliant idea and will come recommended by many ?

Martyn Finch

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A very professional and friendly service, putting myself and my multi-cat household at ease. Having a house visit for 5 cats is stress free, time and energy saving for the cats and me... I am so glad I found John Rosie!

Shirley Wheatley

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