Tel: 01344 421 200
Monday – Friday 8:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday 8:30am – 10:30am
Sunday & Bank Holidays (see Crowthorne)
Consultations by appointment
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Chris is our Head Vet at the Harmans Water Surgery. He joined us towards the end of 2014 having worked initially for a year as a mixed farm and small animal vet in Lincolnshire after qualifying from the Royal Veterinary College in 2009. Thereafter he worked as a small animal vet in Newmarket, Suffolk for 3 and a half years.
His main areas of interest are internal medicine and geriatric cats.
Outside of work he enjoys badminton, football, swimming and cycling, but especially spending time in the great outdoors with his family – his wife Laura (also a vet), their young daughter Isla, Lily the ‘Springador’ and Lola the special cat.
Ellie graduated from Cambridge University in 2015 and started working at Kynoch Vets in October 2015. Her particular interests are internal medicine, specifically neurology (study of the brain and nerves) and also dermatology (study of the skin).
Outside of work, Ellie enjoys reading murder mystery novels, yoga, walking, horse riding, playing clarinet or otherwise spending time with her friends and going to the cinema.
Originally from Lincolnshire, she now shares a flat in Wokingham with one of our other vets, Maybelle, and Peanut, a naughty little grey tabby kitten!
Ivan has worked at Kynoch Vets since 1999, and first started running rabbit clinics for local rabbit shelters in 2002.
Since then he has been seeing both first and second opinion rabbit medicine and surgical cases. Ivan advised on the development of a brand new range of anaesthetic devices (v-gels) for rabbits as well as dogs, cats and other small and large animals, and has been the lead vet in their clinical trials and research since 2008.
Ivan teaches rabbit anaesthesia and surgical and medical rabbit management in the UK and USA, most recently at the Western Veterinary Conference in Las Vegas and the Rabbit Welfare Conference at the Royal Veterinary College in London. He likes to teach ‘real world’ techniques that are immediately applicable in a general practice setting — making rabbit cases enjoyable and rewarding.
In his spare time, Ivan keeps tropical fish – as they tend not to get sick and don’t need treatment often!
Jessica Peggram RVN – Head Vet Nurse
Sara Sturgess RVN – Registered Vet Nurse
Francesca Boulding RVN – Registered Vet Nurse
Amy Barnett – Registered Vet Nurse
Olivia Bunton – Animal Nursing Assistant
Andrea Bradley-Turner – Reception Manager