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Ben qualified at Bristol in 2002. He became a Partner at Kynoch Vets in January 2011, and his work involves a varied general practitioner caseload, and he enjoys problem solving, in particular the identification and treatment of chronic oral pain. Ben practices quality dentistry including radiography and local anesthesia, and intends to develop this, taking advantage of numerous internal referrals. He is also interested in the surgical management of corneal disease, and has completed a postgraduate qualification in Ophthalmology. As such he treats a number of more complicated eye conditions with advanced surgical techniques.
In his spare time Ben dances Cuban Salsa, and enjoys kayaking and cycling when he is not busy renovating his house or spending time with his family.
Ben is married to Liz who is a solicitor. They have 2 young daughters, Lola and Simone, and a son, Reuben.
Tanja graduated from the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, Austria in 2018.
Tanja joined Kynoch Vets in December 2018 having completed the Medivet Graduate Support Programme at Medivet in Reading. She has previous experience in a small animal emergency clinic and a veterinary laboratory in Austria.
Her interest lies in taking a cat friendly approach, emergency medicine and internal medicine. Her aim is to complete a Certificate in the future.
She has two dogs (Foster and Chelsea) and a horse called Allegra who still lives in Austria. Outside of work Tanja enjoys crossfit and cooking.
The reason Tanja moved to the UK was because she had fallen in love with Martin, and they are engaged to be married!
Kristina qualified in 2014 and previously worked at world-renowned Fitzpatrick Referrals, as well as Haven Vets in Great Yarmouth. Her particular interest lies in orthopaedics and surgery, together with diagnostic imaging.
Outside of work she enjoys horse-riding and hiking.
At home she has an American Bulldog called Cody who is her ‘little’ (not-so-little) sweetheart and a ‘naughty torti’ cat called Cookie. They are her best friends forever!
Kristina is currently on maternity leave
Jessica Taylor RVN – Head Veterinary Nurse
Hayley Fordyce RVN – Registered Vet Nurse
Emma Cope – Student Veterinary Nurse
Jessica Lamont – Student Veterinary Nurse
Courteney Elkins – Patient Care Assistant
Sue Urry – Reception Manager