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Veterinary Surgeons

   Sarah Arnold BVSc MRCVS

Sarah is our principal vet for both surgeries. 

She graduated from Liverpool University Veterinary School in 2001 and worked in mixed practice on the Welsh borders until joining us in 2003.

Sarah enjoys all aspects of veterinary work but especially small animal medicine and enjoys meeting and talking to clients about their animals' health and welfare.

Sarah works part time, spending the rest at home enjoying being a mum to her two boys, Finlay and Isaac. She also loves gardening, cooking and cake decorating

 

 Michele Turner 

 

My name is Michelle and I am married to Chris. I qualified from Dublin in 1986. I have 2 tibetan terriers, Sally who is 7 years old and little Al who is 3 years old and Sophie a bengal cross cat who is 3 and 1/2 years old. Little Al and Sophie are good mates. 

Out of work I enjoy canoeing and kayaking, walking, cycling and diving. These all get me out to watch birds and generally look at wild life and plants.

 

Sophie Holden

Sophie graduated from the University of Liverpool in July 2012 and started work at Adams vets the week after! She is enjoying all aspects of being a vet but particularly likes medicine, especially the topics of endocrinology, renal disease and cardiology. 

In her spare time she enjoys socialising with friends, and taking her dog ‘Zak’ on nice long walks. She also has a cat called ‘Angelica’, and 2 horses ‘Raine’ and ‘Beau’.

 

Joanne Michael 

Jo was born and bought up in Liverpool and graduated from Liverpool University Veterinary School in 2008.  She has since worked as a small animal vet in private practice across Liverpool, and joined Adams in September 2015.

Jo enjoys all aspects of being a vet, but particularly likes feline medicine.

She lives in Woolton with her husband Rob, who is an equine vet, one year old son Oliver, and her rescue cat Macy.  Most of her spare time involves taking Oliver to his various play groups, swimming lessons and music groups.  She also loves dining out, going to music concerts and socialising with friends.

 

David Chana

David used to be a journalist, reading the news on radio and then moving into newspapers and their websites. But his ambition was always to be a vet and so he returned to studying and graduated with distinction from the University of Liverpool. 

David lives in St Helens with his wife, Catherine, his son, Joel, and his rescue dog, Melba.

 

Andrea Koll

Andrea joined us in May 2016. She has been working in small animal practices in North England and Scotland for 16 years. 

In 2004 she qualified as a veterinary acupuncturist.

When not working, Andrea enjoys hill walking, swimming, skiing and entertaining her two children, her cat and her dog.  

 

Katrina Taylor


Katrina joined us in May 2017. She is from Northern Ireland and decided to stay in Liverpool after her training. Katrina enjoys all aspects of being a vet especially small animal medicine. Outside of work she particularly has a love of all things creative from painting to baking.