Welcome to our Cobham practice, located in Copse Road, close to the main High Street, just off the A307 Portsmouth Road and only a few minutes from the A3. Local clients often walk to the practice, there are two parking spaces on the practice driveway, ample parking along the road, and bus stops are just a short walk away.
Our Cobham practice is well-established in the area, having offered general, primary care services since the 1970s. In 2008, the practice was converted, with the addition of the latest operating theatres, diagnostic equipment and comfortable kennels.
Continuous investment is made to better support our highly experienced team, to enable us to offer world-class general, primary, consultation, diagnostic, surgical and specialist services and the very best of care for you and your pets.
For more complex cases, surgeries, specialist and 24hr emergency care, we may treat your pet in our near-by hospital in Surbiton. Complimentary transport is available, if needed.
|Mon||8:30am - 6:30pm|
|Tue||8:30am - 6:30pm|
|Wed||8:30am - 6:30pm|
|Thu||8:30am - 6:30pm|
|Fri||8:30am - 6:30pm|
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Meet The Team
Senior Veterinary Surgeon
Since the age of 6, I have always wanted to be a vet and I don't think I even considered another career. I graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2008 and after one year in mixed practice, I decided to live and work near where I grew up, in Surrey.
As a senior veterinary surgeon, I ensure quality standards across the team, and train and develop each member of the team, encouraging and supporting them to reach their highest potential.
I am also responsible for the more complicated cases and love seeing second opinions. With the specialist services we offer it is so rewarding helping clients who want or need that extra level of care. I have specialist interests in brachycephalic dogs (especially Bulldogs), dermatology and infectious diseases. We have a great team here and always do our best to create a lasting, personal touch.
I love animals and have a lovable Labrador called Dudley and a French Bulldog called Elfa. I also have a horse called Wi, who I spend time with eventing competitively.
Associate Veterinary Surgeon
After studying veterinary medicine at Bristol University, I worked as a small animal and equine vet in South Wales before moving back to be nearer my family in Surrey. I have really enjoyed becoming part of the Voo team because there is such a strong team spirit and wealth of knowledge.
I really enjoy all aspects of veterinary medicine, however the two areas I find the most interesting are surgery and cardiology. By having our own specialists, we provide the best possible care for all our patients. Our amazing reception and nursing teams are always on hand to provide support and to answer any questions our clients may have.
Outside of work I enjoy playing hockey and tennis. I also love photography, particularly of animals and wildlife.
Associate Veterinary Surgeon
I graduated as a vet from Cambridge University and I intercalated in Natural Sciences to gain my Masters Degree. As part of the team here at Voo, I enjoy forming relationships with our clients and their pets and seeing healthier pets and contented owners as a result of our work.
We practice veterinary medicine to the highest standard of care and always follow best approaches when it comes to our cases. I took a special interest in Ophthalmology at University and am hoping to further pursue this specialism at Voo.
I have grown up with dogs and currently have a lovely Flat Coat Retriever.
I graduated from the University of Bristol and joined the Voo team in July 2018. I am really enjoying
being a part of the team, where everyone is friendly, caring and knowledgeable. The high
quality of care that is provided to our patients is so important to us all. I enjoy working with owners
in order to do what is best for their animals and take a great deal of pride in being able to make a
difference to their pets lives. The areas in which I am particularly interested are orthopaedics, neurology
and in general all aspects of surgery.
Outside of work I enjoy horse riding and spending time with my rescue cat, Ralph.
Hayley Dent Registered Veterinary Nurse
Senior Veterinary Nurse
I joined the Voo team in 2012, after completing a BTEC and then my nursing diploma.
I love working with a team who always goes the extra mile to provide excellent treatment, to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients. As a senior qualified nurse, I am also responsible for quality assurance, training and development of the nursing team, to the highest of standards.
I enjoy all aspects of general nursing but am especially passionate about hospital care and emergency stabilisation. Veterinary nursing is something I have always wanted to do and I love spending time and creating bonds with the pets we care for.
Customer Services Manager
I started my career in the leisure industry, as a Lifeguard, progressing into management roles across both private and public sector facilities, for 12 years. I also worked for Virgin Media, as a Service Technician, but when the opportunity arose to join Voo, it was the perfect opportunity to combine a caring customer service role and working with animals.
I really enjoy my role as a Customer Services Manager at Voo, it allows me to meet such a variety of people and their pets. I love getting to know each patient, their individual character traits and little quirks, and I get to give them all fuss and treats! Our team is highly knowledgeable and skilled, but what makes a real difference is how they care deeply about each patient and their well-being. Being family owned and run reflects in the quality of care, personal service and attention to detail we give to every patient and our clients.
Outside work I am an athlete, specializing in the hammer throw and shot putt. I compete for Walton AC and have also proudly represented Surrey for inter-county competitions.
I have two dwarf Hamsters called Reggie & Ronnie and previously owned a much loved cat called Spotty, who was with me until he reached the grand age of 17. We have also had dogs, cats, rabbits, horses, chinchillas and budgies in the family (but not all at the same time!)
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