Daughter of a dairy/mixed farmer from Yorkshire, Sally qualified from Liverpool University and worked in mixed practices before doing locum work when she came to work at Robson & Prescott during the summer months. She started full time work before taking a partnership on Bruce Robson's retirement in August 2001. Sally is our senior equine director with a particular interest in lameness evaluations and medicine but particularly wounds and their management. Outside of work she has a wide range of interests but is a keen racing enthusiast with shares in two dual purpose racehorses. She also has two terriers, a cat rehomed from the surgery and a collection of hens and two other horses. Sally is on the board of Riding school inspectors.
Sarah left the Northumberland countryside for London where she graduated in 2008 from the London Vet college. Sarah soon returned to her roots and worked in Sunderland before starting at Robson & Prescott in March 2010. Sarah enjoys all aspects of mixed practice and has a soft spot for guinea pigs. Sarah enjoys spending time walking her dog Alfie.
Kate has worked at Robson & Prescott since 2003, qualifying as a veterinary in 2007. Kate's main interest is the equine side of the practice and she works closely alongside equine vet Sally Booth on a daily basis. Kate has two horses named Pilgrim and Dirk, a dog named Hal and Tiger her cat. When she not working she likes to spend her time riding, competing and socialising with friends.
Amy has worked for Robson and Prescott since March 2013. She started on placement as a VCA before becoming an Auxiliary nurse. Coming from a farming background, Amy's main interest is the Farm and Equine side of the practise. When she is not working in her spare time, she likes going on walks with her dog Pip and socialising with friends.
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