We are have been based in Nottingham has been established for over 20 years with two branches based in Beeston, Nottingham and Ilkeston, Derbyshire. We are RCVS accredited tier one small animal practice with modern facilities offering exceptional client and animal care. We are a small animal practice in Nottingham, established over 20 years ago. Your pets are our priority and our skilled team of veterinarians and vet nurses are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for your animals.
Mark graduated from the Royal Vet College, London in 1986 and worked in a mixed small animal / equine / farm practice, (including practice ownership) during his first decade as a vet. Subsequently Mark has worked exclusively in small animal practice, in Chesterfield for 17 years and more recently in Nottingham. Mark is clinical director of Priory Vets, including MiNightVet, our out of hours service, as well as Forest Vets in Hyson Green. He has a special interest in all aspects of surgery and in particular orthopaedic surgery (bones etc.) His role includes monitoring of many aspects of the care provided; professional development of our team of veterinary nurses and veterinary surgeons as well as assisting with the general management of the organisations. Mark divides his working time between the two practices. He has recently started playing in a brass band which absorbs any free time left after the needs of my family.
Tim Guyott BVM BVS MRCVS
Tim graduated from Nottingham University in 2015. He enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, especially surgery and imaging, having worked for a year in a busy practice in London before moving back to Nottingham. Outside of work Tim enjoys cooking, listening to and playing music. Between himself and his family at home in London they have an English Springer Spaniel, two cats and two guinea pigs.
Natalie Scroggie BVM BVS MRCVS
Natalie qualified from Nottingham Vet School and liked the area so much that she decided to stay. She has strong interests in emergency and critical care, soft tissue surgery, and looking after our older patients. Natalie is particularly interested in intensive care of inpatients and really appreciates the continuity of care we can provide having the emergency out of hours service in-house. She loves getting to know our clients and forming really strong relationships. In her free time she can be found running around the countryside with her Labrador cross Collie, Milly and riding her five year old dressage horse Flora.