Green Counties Vets

Chester Lodge, Woodcock Hill,

Felbridge, Surrey, RH19 2RD

T: 01342 311 311   E:

The Team


We are a team of dedicated farm animal vets who all have a passion for working with farm animal species.
This means that whenever you call us you will get a farm animal vet, whether it is for routine work or an out of hours emergency.
Between us we have a range of specific fields of interest and expertise and as a team enjoy sharing information and discussing cases.
Ally graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2012.  Her first job was at a mixed practice in Cheshire.  A drive to increase the amount of farm work drew Ally to the Norfolk Suffolk border where she became a farm vet in a mixed practice and began her Certificate in Cattle medicine. Ally is equally happy working with small holders having been involved with small holders groups in her previous jobs. Ally moved to West Sussex to be with her husband Chris and hopes that the move will allow her to embrace her passion for herd and flock health as well as enjoy some quality time with her husband and dogs.
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Graham is a sheep farmer's son who qualified as a veterinary surgeon from Bristol in 1967.  He spent 8 years as a Government Veterinary Officer working in all districts of Kenya.  He returned to the UK to work in general practice in Norfolk in 1975 and he has been working there until moving to Green Counties.  He has always been interested in farm animals.  He has written five veterinary text books and edited several others. Even though Graham officially retired in April 2016, he is still working for us as a consultant and is always happy to share his experience with the rest of the team.
Lissie graduated from Bristol Vet College in 2012 and then completed a one year large animal internship with university's farm practice.  This included a lovely mix of work with all farm animal species from large farms to back gardens.  She then worked in New Zealand as a surgical intern in a referral equine practice before returning to the UK and settling in Surrey with her husband and daughter.  Lissie spends time in Tanzania every year during which she runs veterinary clinics for the local farm, equine and companion animals.  In her spare time she enjoys dog walks and baking.
Hayley graduated from The Royal Veterinary college in 2012, after completing a year internship in farm animal health and welfare she moved to Somerset and worked as a farm animal vet there until the draw of her boyfriend bought her back to the south east. She's passionate about all aspects of veterinary medicine but particularly enjoys investigating infectious diseases in cattle and sheep. She is also passionate about goat husbandry and health. In her spare time, Hayley enjoys working her gundog Labrador.



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