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Companion Care Vets Southampton

Meet the team

Southampton Companion Care Ruth Tullie

Your vet is Ruth Tullie MRCVS

Joint Venture Partner and Veterinary Surgeon

After qualifying from Bristol Vet School in 1994, I spent over 5 years in a mixed practice in Suffolk dealing with small animals and horses. During this time I gained my certificate in Veterinary Radiology. I then moved to a small animal hospital practice in the New Forest where I developed my interests in imaging, internal medicine and dentistry before joining Companion Care in 2008 and opening the Southampton surgery. I have 4 dogs called, Mopsy, Polly, Phoebe and Hazel, a horse called Alfie and one husband called David. When not working I like to relax by horse riding and walking in the New Forest.

Southampton Companion Care Bridget Atkinson

Bridget Atkinson BVSc, MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

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Rebecca Church, BVETMED, MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

Becca joined us in July 2018 after 5 years hard work and passing her final exams. When not at work Becca spends her time riding her horse Walter and walking her dog Murphy.


Nadia Whitelock, BSc, BVM&S, MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeron

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Marina Davis

Head Registered Veterinary Nurse

Southampton Companion Care Carly Burdell

Carly Burdell

Registered Veterinary Nurse

Southampton Companion Care Carly Masters

Carly Blann

Registered Veterinary Nurse


Jenny Bissex-Carter

Student Veterinary Nurse

Jenny joined the surgery as a Veterinary Care Assistant in June 2018.   When Jenny is not at work she somehow finds time to look after her pony, 2 donkeys, 9 chickens, 3 dogs, 1 cat, 1 budgie, 7 rabbits, her guinea pig, 2 children and her husband! 

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Sophia Robinson-Doyle

Student Veterinary Nurse

Sophia joined Companion Care Vets, Southampton in March 2018 and when not at work spends time playing with her new puppy, Maggie, a Maltese cross

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Mia Squibb

Veterinary Care Assistant

Mia joined us in 2009 to do work experience before starting her full time work here and has also studied Animal Care and Management at Sparsholt College.  Mia currently has numerous animals including a bearded dragon, musk turtles, a canary, 2 hamsters, 2 dogs and 2 parrots.  Mia took a few months off to travel to South Africa to volunteer on a Cheetah breeding project but has now returned to continue her Veterinary Care Assistant work. 

Southampton Companion Care Kim Clark

Kim Clark

Veterinary Receptionist

Kim joined the surgery to work as a Veterinary Receptionist in 2011 after working as an Administrator at Southampton University for 15 years.   When not at work Kim enjoys walking, brushing & constantly cleaning mud from her Gordon Setter, Brodie!

Southampton Companion Care Charlene Randell

Charlene Randall

Veterinary Receptionist

Charlene joined us in 2013 and when not at work, she enjoys helping out with the family dogs.

Southampton Companion Care Sharon Graham

Sharon Graham

Veterinary Receptionist

Sharon joined Companion Care in 2013. When not at work she enjoys walking and caring for her beautiful Cocker Spaniels, Rosie & Harry. 

Southampton Companion Care Maria Sirl

Maria Sirl

Veterinary Receptionist

Maria started working here as a Receptionist in October 2014. When not at work Maria spends her time going to the gym and looking after her beautiful British Blue Shorthair cat, Florence.

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Ruth Collins

Veterinary Receptionist

Ruth re-joined us in 2017 having previously worked with us in 2012.  Any spare time Ruth has is devoted to caring for and showing Lionlop Rabbits.  Ruth also has two Jack Russell terriers called Foggy and Lola.