Our Ashton veterinary team understands how much your pet means to you. Their knowledge and experience ensures that your pet is always in good hands.
Adam Williams BSc (Hons)
Adam joined The Vet from a career in retail event industry where he managed some of Britain’s best-known sporting and entertainment/cultural venues. He has a background in food sciences but his time in an industry that is defined by its standard of service, showed him the importance of ensuring that the customer and client is at the forefront of any business
Customer service may be Adam’s passion but his love of animals is long standing. From living on a farm as a child in the Falkland Islands to being surrounded by dogs and cats later on in life in Yorkshire and London, Adam has always been lucky enough to be surrounded by animals.
Adam lives with his wife and daughter who share their home with a German Pointer dog and two cats. Albert the dog is the perfect companion for Adam’s outdoor passions of fell running and Mountain Biking.
Kylie has always wanted to be a Veterinary Nurse since she was little and she has been working with animals since 2002. She volunteered at the local RSPCA rehoming centre for three years and has been working in Veterinary Practice since 2004, qualifying in 2008 from Myerscough College. Kylie has worked in a busy small animal practice for over 13 years. She enjoys all aspects of working in practice with an interest in medical nursing and she really enjoys meeting the clients and doing nurse clinics. She also has a passion for teaching and loves training the student nurses. In her spare time Kylie enjoys spending time with her Husband, 2 children and 2 dogs and catching up with friends and family.
Claire previously studied Zoology before studying to be a Veterinary Nurse. Claire has been a RVN since 2014. She has an interest in feline behaviour, clinical coaching and caring for our inpatients.
Claire has 2 cats named Jasper and Bernard, both of which are rescue cats. She enjoys meeting up with friends in her spare time and going on long walks with her partner.
Craig grew up with his first family pet – a golden Labrador called Max and has always had pets since, currently having a family of four – a cat called Morse, a Westie called Lou and two Angora bunnies Mulder and Scully.
As caring for animals and great customer service are Craig’s strong points, he quickly developed a deep passion for the veterinary industry which made a natural progression to work with animals and be part of something amazing.
Inspired by his positive and nurturing nature, Craig is front of house and is happy spending his days keeping pets and their families happy.
When he isn’t doing this, you will find him on his computer, under the bonnet of a car or on trips with the family.
Allisdhair graduated from Glasgow University Veterinary School in 1985 and has since worked in small animal practices. He is a general practitioner and is confident in treating many medical and surgical conditions affecting dogs and cats by applying over 30 years of experience and keeping up to date with regular continuing professional development. He is committed to improving the quality of service offered by vets to their clients, using evidence based treatments and supporting younger colleagues in their development in the profession.
Outside of veterinary medicine, Allisdhair enjoys walking his 3 legged black Labrador, Jess, who is an inspiration to all who meet her! He is also a member of the Cheshire Artists Network and regularly exhibits his photography. Allisdhair is also a accomplished runner and has run 20 marathons and over 40 half-marathons.