She started her working life in a large busy mixed practice in Northumberland, mainly focusing on small and exotic animal medicine. She started at Birch Heath Veterinary Clinic in 2015 after moving back to her home town of Chester. She completed her Postgraduate Certificate in Exotic Animal Studies in August 2020.
In her spare time she enjoys horse riding, water skiing and walking with her Border Collie Tetley and Golden Retriever Indy.
In his spare time, he enjoys exploring North Wales with his Springer Spaniel, Max.
She has completed an MSc in wild animal health, holds a zoology degree and has advanced practitioner status from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS). Suzetta has contributed to current literature and exotics textbooks and has a particular interest in diagnostic imaging.
She has a mischievous Field Spaniel called Myrtle.
Katie has a surrogate dog called Izzy, a male Jack Russell cross Yorkshire Terrier who was an RSPCA case at her previous practice.
Jack has always had an interest in wildlife and exotic medicine, having undertaken his elective in wildlife and exotics medicine, and is always keen to learn more.
At home Jack has two Labradors, Bea and Pippin, a cat called Darcy, a tortoise called Darwin, and three chickens called Mary, Mungo, and Midge. In his spare time can be found walking his two Labradors in Delemere forest. He also enjoys tennis, karate, and is an avid singer.