We are a two site small animal practice in Sandhurst and Camberley, first established in1988. 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.
Claire joined the practice in 2004 and quickly realised she was going to enjoy working at Phoenix. In fact she enjoyed it so much that in 2007 she bought a major share in the practice! Her interests are general medicine and dermatology. She is also a keen surgeon. Claire has a wonderful Labradoodle dog, hens, a cat called Peggy and a very naughty Sprocker Spaniel called Sprocket. She loves the surgery and all the pets and people she meets.
Dr Rachael Jackson BSc BVMS MRCVS
Rachael joined Phoenix Vets in 2018 and is our senior vet. She graduated in November 2002 from Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia, and worked in an accredited small animal hospital in Adelaide for three years before travelling to the UK. Rachael then spent the next four years working various locum positions around the country before joining Beechwood Vets at the end of 2009, starting out as branch vet and became the clinical director in 2012. Her veterinary interests are in feline medicine, imaging and dermatology. Rachael lives locally with husband and daughter and their CKCS, cat and rescue chickens. Her hobbies include horse riding, travelling and cooking.
Dr Zara Bridgeland BVetMed MRCVS
Zara joined Phoenix in September 2017 after working in a busy mixed practice in the Midlands. She is a local girl and knows the practice well through having spent many years helping out doing experience placements and working reception. Zara has two lovely rescue cats, one of which is missing a toe! Zara is a keen dancer and is part of a local dance group.
Dr Aneta Duszak-Kowal GpCert (feline,ophthalmology)DVM MRCVS
Aneta qualified in 2002 and joined us in 2007 from a busy practice in Croydon. She has a great interest in feline medicine and has gained a certificate in GP feline medicine and will be sitting her diploma in feline medicine in 2018, which gives her a world recognised further qualification and a great wealth of knowledge. Aneta also holds a certificate in ophthalmology and is keen to examine any interesting eye cases. Aneta lives locally with her husband and son. She has two cats, and enjoys walking and cycling. She is very friendly and has a lovely way with the pets and their owners too.
Dr Alice Seredynska MRCVS
Alice joined us in October 2016, after two years working on the Isle of Wight and several months working at an emergency and critical care centre. She has a great love of cats and a passion for ultrasound. Alice will begin her extra studies in internal medicine, her area of interest, in 2018.