Veterinary surgeons

Allan Dick

Allan Dick

Veterinary Surgeon

Allan graduated from the Royal Veterinary College and after working in Argyll, Shropshire, Norfolk and Cheshire came to Brackley in 1983. The current Centre was opened in 1984 and Allan became a full partner in 1988. Allan’s interests include all aspects of the natural world and various countryside pursuits, on which he is often accompanied by his black Labrador Finn.

Clare Dick

Clare Dick

Veterinary Surgeon

Clare graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 1983 and has been an associate at the Croft Veterinary Centre since 1988. Clare enjoys reading in her free time and is a member of a local book club. She also enjoys going to the theatre, cooking, gardening and walking her lovely black Labrador Finn.

Paul Jennings

Paul Jennings

Veterinary Surgeon

Paul graduated from Bristol University Vet School in 1988, joining the practice as a new graduate, and has been a partner at Croft Veterinary Centre since 1997. He spends most of his holidays diving in various locations around the world and has been  lucky enough to observe and photograph pygmy seahorses while diving in Indonesia. Paul has one dog, Maggie the Norwich Terrier, and two cats. He enjoys watching sport, especially rugby, and going to live music events.

Ruth Carroll

Ruth Carroll

Veterinary Surgeon

Ruth graduated from Cambridge University in 2009 and started working at Croft Veterinary Centre later that year. In 2014 she gained a General Practitioner in Small Animal Practice (GPCertSAM). In her spare time Ruth enjoys plays the flute and often performs as a member of both Brackley Wind Ensemble and Brackley Chamber Music Group. She also enjoys spending her time with Hugo the scruffy terrier who was re-homed from the Dog’s Trust.

 

Caroline Humphrys

Caroline Humphrys

Veterinary Surgeon

Caroline graduated from Bristol University in 2008 and joined Croft Veterinary Centre in March 2014 after working in mixed practice in the New Forest for the previous 5 years. She’s actually moved back closer to her hometown having grown up in Towcester. She is currently studying towards the RCVS Certificate of Advanced Veterinary Practice (CertAVP) in Medicine. During her spare time Caroline enjoys training her chocolate Labrador Skadi, horse riding and also playing piano, flute and singing. She has been around the world taking part in choir tours.