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Normal Opening Hours
- Monday -
- Tuesday -
- Wednesday -
- Thursday -
- Friday -
- Saturday -
- Sunday Closed
Holiday Opening Hours
- Monday 29 Aug -
Meet the team
Dr. Aimee King
Joint Venture Partner and Veterinary Surgeon
BVetMed (Hons) MRCVS
I graduated from the Royal Veterinary College, London in 2012. I grew up in the London/Essex area but I moved to Hampshire after graduating. Since then I have worked in small animal practices in Winchester, Alton and now in Andover.
I enjoy all aspects of being a vet but my favourite area of work is soft tissue surgery. I also really enjoy building relationships with all pets that come through the door and trying to make them feel at ease.
I have a Flat Coated Retriever called Dexter who you may see around the surgery. I also have 4 cats - Blossom, Oliver, Smudge and Merlin and a rabbit Nutmeg. As you can imagine they keep my life pretty busy!
Dr. Finn Seydewitz
Joint Venture Partner and Veterinary Surgeon
I graduated from The University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna, Austria, in 1998. After a short time in practice I came to England to work first at the PDSA in London before moving into mixed practice in Norfolk. In 2001 I joined a practice in Salisbury where I was in charge of the surgical department. In 2007 I joined Companion Care and opened the Winchester vet surgery.
Whilst enjoying all aspects of surgery I particularly like orthopaedics and reconstructive surgery. Following 6 successful years in Winchester, I decided to open a second practice in Andover with 2 colleagues. At home I like to spend time with my wife and 2 children. We have a Labrador called Josie, and a cat called Lillie.
I graduated from the Royal Veterinary College, London in 2011. I grew up in Hampshire and returned to the area after qualifying. I have worked mainly in companion animal practice, for both private clients and Dogs Trust. I enjoy all aspects of medicine and surgery, and have particular interests in emergency medicine, animal behaviour and long term management of chronic cases.
I have a menagerie of animals at home; Mo, D and Sky the horses (Mo competes in eventing and D in dressage), Rupert and Ralph the Border Terriers, and Rose the rescue British Shorthair. Looking after this furry family keeps myself and my husband Murray fairly busy, but we do enjoy escaping down to beautiful Dartmoor when we get a chance.
Head Veterinary Nurse & Clinical Coach
BSc (Hons) RVN R-SQP C&GCertVNES
I qualified from Harper Adams University in 2014 having completed a four year degree in Veterinary Nursing and Practice management. I have a strong interest in medical nursing and exotic nursing.
Having recently completed my certificate in nursing of exotic species I am looking forward to starting up exotic clinics. I am also a clinical coach so I take a lead role in training student veterinary nurses through their qualification.
I have a large menagerie of animals, including three dogs, a bearded dragon, two turtles, two marine fish tanks and seven rabbits.
I have been in practice since 1996 and I qualified in January 2000. I have a particular interest in anaesthetics and analgesia. I hope to gain further qualifications in this area.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family including our rescue Shetland pony called Shady.
Having qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in December 2005, I worked in various large and small animal practices around Somerset, Dorset & Wiltshire before joining the Companion Care team in July 2018.
I love that I have fulfilled my childhood dream of becoming a veterinary nurse, and I enjoy all aspects of my job with particular interests in inpatient care and nurse clinics - especially weight clinics!
In my spare time I enjoy going for long country walks with my dog and spending time in our garden with my rescue ex-battery chickens!
I have been in practice since 2005 and qualified from Lynwood Veterinary College in 2011. Since I became and RVN I have enjoyed helping other students through their training.
I enjoy all aspects of nursing but I have a keen interest in physiotherapy and rehabilitation.
In my free time I like going on 10km runs with a local group. I also enjoy meeting with friends to go for long dog walks over Salisbury Plain, one of my favourite places to be.
After finishing my diploma in extended animal management, I then began a FdSc Veterinary Nursing undergraduate course in Sparsholt college. I am currently in my second year, and I have been training with Andover Companion Care since January 2022, and I am enjoying my time here very much.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and friends travelling and visiting new places. I also love spending time with my sister's cat who I like to introduce as my nephew!
I joined Companion Care in February 2021.
I have a strong background in hospitality management and customer facing roles.
I support the team in all aspects of practice administration and enjoy meeting many wonderful patients and clients.
In my free time I enjoy long walks with my dog Finley rescued from Newbury Dogs Trust in 2019. I have a real passion for cooking, travelling and foreign languages.
I have always had a passion for animals, having grown up surrounded by a wide variety of species and so a career with animals was a natural step. After completing a diploma in Animal Care, I started my working life in the veterinary world.
I have worked in veterinary practices for many years now and love the variety of animals, and owners that come through the door.
My passion outside of work has always been horses and I have a much loved New Forest pony that I have owned for 24 years! I live with my Husband, our adorable Boxer dog Ellie and four mischievous rabbits.
I studied the National Diploma in Animal Management at Sparsholt College as it was my ambition from a young age to have a career with animals.
I have over 10 years experience In a customer service role and also hold a Retail Management qualification. At home we have two palomino New Forest ponies and two dogs, a Labrador X called Trio and my own tiny Yorkshire Terrier called Sky.
Having grown up living with animals I have always had a passion to work with them and in 2009 I gained a Level 2 Diploma in Pet Care and Pet First Aid. Although my career working with animals has only just started, I have years of Customer Service experience working as a Receptionist and Secretary, and I really enjoy working with the general public. I am now excited to be developing my career as a Veterinary Receptionist.
I am the owner of two lovely cats and in my spare time I enjoy walking our family Dog Dancer and keeping fit and active by attending gym classes.
I graduated from the University of Worcester after studying Art and Design and married into military life. Within my time in Germany I was a Medical administrator.
Now we are based in Andover, I have been able to settle down with my husband, our daughters and our new fur babies; Tabitha and Toffee.
I’ve always had a passion for animals, and I grew up with numerous cats and rabbits. I love being part of the team and getting to meet all of the wonderful patients we look after.
I graduated from university in July 2021 and have since then worked as a care assistant in my home town of Bournemouth. I moved to Andover in March 2022 with my partner who is in the military.
I’ve always had a passion for animals, growing up with lots of pets. I now have a dog of my own, her name is Ivy and she’s a 4 month old Great Dane puppy. I love meeting new people and am excited to be part of the team.
Companion Care Andover is committed to bringing you affordable, high quality care via a modern, well equipped practice, including a lab, pharmacy, digital x-ray and ultrasound. Plus, on site car parking too!
The friendly team can't wait to meet all of their new clients!
Emergency coverEven if we are closed, we have your pet covered.
OrthopaedicsSurgery of joints and bones.
Operating TheatreAn operating theatre with gaseous anaesthetic facility for surgical procedures.
Isolation UnitA special ward to care for animals with contagious diseases.
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In house blood transfusionsIn house blood transfusions
Blood Pressure MonitorUsed to measure the range of blood pressure as a preventative treatment to identify early signs of systemic hypertension.
UltrasoundGenerates 2-D moving images of your pet’s internal organs at work.
BiochemistryAllows an assessment of the functionality of a patients organs.
HaematologyAllows the assessment of a patient's blood and blood cells.
ElectrolyteEnables the assessment of critical blood chemicals such as sodium and potassium.
In-house LaboratoryA range of analytical tests and equipment to assist in the rapid diagnosis of illness.
X-RayGenerates digital 2D images of bones and internal organs.
DentistryThe treatment and prevention of dental disease
Hearing Loop InductionHearing Loop
Wheelchair friendlyWheelchair friendly
Out of hours
Mildmay Veterinary Hospital
Tel: Telephone: 01962 858 414
Standard consultation fees are £124 before 11pm, and £194 between 11pm and 8am.