Caragh Kelleher BVetMed MRCVS

I qualified from London vet school on 2014, and started working for Yorkshire Vets in November of the same year. The things I enjoy most  are clinical assessments and meeting the clients. I have a Duck Toller named Logan. read more →

Jorg Wittek

I qualified from Berlin University in 2003 and began working for Yorkshire Vets in July 2013. My main interest is in first opinion medicine. read more →

Francesca Connolly BVMS Cert SAS MRCVS

I graduated from Glasgow University in 2004 and spent my first 18 months enjoying mixed practice in South Yorkshire before joining Yorkshire Vets to concentrate on companion animals. My husband’s job then brought me to Worcester for 5 years where I worked in a practice with orthopaedic referrals. During this time I developed a keen.. read more →

Nicole Baker BVSc CertSAS MRCVS

I’ve been a vet for 13 years, and I love my job. My primary interest is in surgery and I gained an RCVS Certificate in Small Animal Surgery in 2011. I came to work for Yorkshire Vets temporarily in 2012, as I was planning to move back home to Australia. But I liked it so.. read more →

Helen Teff BVSc MRCVS

I qualified from Liverpool University in 2009 and started working for Yorkshire Vets in 2012. I have a particular interest in Acupuncture and General Medicine. I have a cat called Pickle. read more →

Katie Paisley BVSc MRCVS

I grew up in Cumbria and qualified from Bristol Vet School in 2006. After qualifying I worked for four years in Somerset before moving to Yorkshire Vets in September 2010. I am based at our Horsforth branch and my main interest is ophthalmology. read more →

Clare Smith BVSc MRCVS

I qualified from Liverpool University in 1989 and have worked in mixed, equine and small animal practice, including 5 years at the PDSA. I started working for Yorkshire Vets in 2005 and I have a particular interest in surgery. I run regularly with my Patterdale Terrier, Betty, and also have a crossbreed called Ronnie. read more →

Rosie Marshall BVetMed MRCVS

I graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2006 and have worked in my native Yorkshire ever since. I joined Yorkshire Vets in 2009 and am now predominantly based  at the Thornbury Hospital where my main role involves caring for the hospitalised pets. Clinically my main interest is in emergency medicine and critical care and.. read more →

Matt Green MA VetMB MRCVS

I qualified from Cambridge in 2006 and started working for Yorkshire Vets in August 2006.  My main interests are surgery, especially orthopaedics.  I have two cats called Rupert and Leonard. read more →

Suzy Taylor MA VetMB MRCVS

Suzy graduated in 1994 from Cambridge University. She joined us at Yorkshire Vets in 1997. Her special interest is in surgery. read more →