We are a small animal practice in Suffolk, first established in the 1930’s. We are passionate about animal care and our skilled team of veterinarians and vet nurses are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for your animals. Because we love animals and strive to provide excellent continuity of care, we are open six days a week and have access to 24-hour emergency care. For your added convenience, there’s free parking for clients at our surgeries.
Originally from Kent, Rosie is our clinical director and head vet. She qualified as a vet in 2007 from the Royal Veterinary College in London. Rosie is currently studying for a certificate in veterinary cardiology and has interests in backyard poultry and small animal surgery. When she is not at work she enjoys going out running. Rosie currently has a dog and three rescue cats.
Dr Rebecca Dixon BVM&S MRCVS
Rebecca grew up in Selkirk in Scotland. After qualifying as a vet from Glasgow University, she moved to Suffolk for a job in the countryside. Rebecca enjoys all aspects of her job as a general practitioner. When she isn’t working she enjoys reading and walking her dog, Harley.
Dr Harriet Hall VetMB MA MRCVS
Harriet graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2016. She has a keen interest in small animal surgery and researched correction of patellar luxation in dogs as her final year elective. In her spare time she enjoys running, cycling, hiking and going on travels with her partner who is also a vet.
Dr Clare Knott BVSc GP CertFAP MRCVS
Clare qualified as a vet in 2002 at Liverpool University. Having spent several years working in mixed practice in Derbyshire, Clare came to Suffolk to be closer to family. She has a certificate in farm animal practice but now focuses on small animals. She also has a special interest in acupuncture with a qualification form ABVA. Clare is an avid runner, but also enjoys gardening and spending time with her boys. She has a Border Collie and two rabbits.
Dr Lydia Williams BVMS MRCVS
Lydia was born in Suffolk and went to Edinburgh University, qualifying as a vet in 2014. She then worked in Newmarket with racehorses for a year before returning home to work at Fromus. Her veterinary interests include rabbits and surgery, preferably together! Lydia has Bob and Flossy the rabbits; Betty, Murial and Edith the guinea pigs; Rita the ex-racehorse and her 25 year old Exmoor. When Rita is fit, Lydia takes her eventing. She also plays for a successful netball team.