We are a small animal and exotics practice in Tarporley, near Chester, first established in 1994. We are passionate about animal care and our skilled team of veterinarians and vet nurses are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for your animals. Because we love animals and strive to provide excellent continuity of care, we are open 6 days a week and have access to 24-hour emergency care. For your added convenience, there’s free parking for clients at the clinic.
After completing an Animal Management Diploma at Reaseheath College, Amy went on to do a BSc Zoo Management Degree at the University of Chester where she graduated in July 2018. Last year she undertook a year placement at Chester Zoo where she worked with the Carnivore team and has gained experience at other zoological collections as well over the years. Amy has an interest in animal health and medicine and is looking forward to learning more. She has two cats called Luna and Boo.
Carole joined the reception team in 2018, and really enjoys meeting all the clients and their pets. She says it’s a very interesting and varied job where no two days are the same. Carole loves being part of our amazing and dedicated team. Outside of work she loves walking her dog called Charlie and spending time with her family.
Sharon joined the reception team in October 2020, fulfilling her dream of working with animals after spending many years in a customer service role in both retail and office management. Outside of work Sharon enjoys going on long walks with her dog called Rusty, and spending time with her Grandchildren.
Kelly joined us here at Birch heath vets in 2017, since then she has had a baby and has taken a temporary step back from her Student Veterinary Nursing role and has joined our Reception team. Outside of work Kelly enjoys spending time with her little girl and giving her attention to her two lovely cats Drax and Shadow. Kelly is currently on maternity leave following the birth of her second daughter.
Mel joined our team in August 2017 as a Receptionist and is now preparing to start her Veterinary Nurse Training. Mel is kept busy outside of work with her two children and numerous animals, including her two Cats Harry and Maisie, Sammy the Tortoise and Horses. She enjoys seeing all the different variety of animals that come into the practice but particularly the exotics.