We are a small animal practice in Studley, first established in 1989. We are passionate about animals and our skilled team of vet surgeons and 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. We also offer free parking for clients at the surgery.
Pete is our clinical director, he qualified in 1985 and started the practice with his wife Chris in May 1989. He has a special interest in dentistry. Pete is the Secretary for the European Veterinary Dentistry Society and has been practising specialised dental procedures for over 20 years. He enjoys cycling, woodturning and walking the family’s two black Labradors, Tarka and Feah.
Dr Christine Haseler BVetMed MRCVS
Chris qualified in 1985 and started the practice with her husband Pete in May 1989. She is our senior veterinary surgeon and head of quality improvement. Chris has a special interest in acupuncture and runs regular acupuncture sessions at the practice. Her home life revolves around her two Labradors and gardening. Chris also enjoys cycling, walking and the occasional spot of baking on rainy days.
Teresa Anderson MRCVS
Teresa is our veterinary surgeon who graduated from Justus-Liebig University in Germany in 2014 and has been working with us ever since. She enjoys the variety of cases that she sees in practice and has a keen interest in diagnostics and providing treatment plans. Outside of work, Teresa has a dog, three cats and a toddler. She enjoys reading, swimming, walking her dog and spending time with friends and family.
James Haseler BVetMed MRCVS
James is our junior veterinary surgeon and has been with us since August 2017. He qualified from Liverpool University in July 2017. James has a clinical interest in veterinary dentistry and is currently being mentored by his father – Pete Haseler. James has a keen interest in walking and outdoor activities and has previously completed a 15 day solo walk of the Pennine Way for charity. He has two black Labradors who often accompany him on his walks.