Vets in Redhill | Open on Sundays | Companion Care

Let’s keep working together to stay safe

We’re committed to keeping you and our colleagues protected, please be respectful and considerate to each other​. Please wear a face covering at all times unless medically exempt. Contact us to hear about the latest safety measures at our practice or to discuss your pet care needs.

Redhill Companion Care

Inside Pets at Home
Unit 3 12 Brighton Road

Telephone: 01737 231480

Open Today 10:00 - 16:00

Opening Hours

  • Monday  - 
  • Tuesday  - 
  • Wednesday  - 
  • Thursday  - 
  • Friday  - 
  • Saturday  - 
  • Sunday  - 

We’re now offering some vaccinations

In response to updated guidance from our regulatory body we are now carrying out some primary and booster vaccinations, where it is safe to do so and required or indicated for your pet’s welfare. If your pet is due their vaccinations please contact us for further advice.

Safe collection of medication available

We are now able to offer safe collection of your pet’s medication and flea and worm preventative mediations. Please contact us to find out more.

Your pet’s flea and worm preventative treatment delivered to your door

We are now offering our Complete Care Health Plan clients flea and worm preventative treatments delivered safely to your door. Please contact us to find out more.

Meet the team

James Fowler

Joint Venture Partner and Veterinary Surgeon


Read James Fowler bio

I graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 2000. I went on to gain a wide range of experience working in four very different small animal practices in the south-east. It has long been my ambition to run my own practice and I am looking forward to bringing together all of the skills that I have acquired in those positions to provide the best possible service to the patients and clients of Companion Care Redhill.

I completed the General Practitioner Certificate in Small Animal Medicine in 2005, but also particularly enjoy surgery and exotic animal medicine. Away from work I enjoy travelling, eating out and cooking. Fortunately I am also a keen runner which helps to compensate for my more indulgent pastimes!

Mariana Ivanova

Veterinary Surgeon


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I graduated from the University of Las Palmas, Spain.Joined the team in April 2017. Learning every day , keeping my focus and interesting the daily cases is a process. To be good at something, you need persistence and dedication.Medicine has been always something that I was aspiring since a child. My first patient was a muppet squirrel: Kate , the worst Christmas gift I ever had as a child.

I particularly enjoy Ophthalmology cases. Eyes are the best gift that we and our pets can open every morning.Working as Veterinary Surgeon in UK , is something that came in my mind impulsively. We live in a world where talent is distributed equally but opportunities are not !More importantly would like to thanks to every single patient and client giving me the chance to be part of that journey.

Donka Daskalova

Veterinary Surgeon


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I have been a vet for 5 years originally I from Bulgaria , where I work as a vet but I decided that I wanted to develop and change my life. So I moved here.

For almost a year I have been part of Companion Care and I adore my patients, clients and the team that I work with. As I am quite busy here in the clinic my own dog, a Newfoundland (4 years old) misses me dearly and gets a bit upset because every evening when I get home from work I smell of all different kinds of little animals. I wonder what does she think?

Fern Wilson

Veterinary Surgeon


Pola Pawelczyk

Veterinary Surgeon


Lorna Butt

Head Registered Veterinary Nurse

RVN, ISFM AdvCertFB & CertFN

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Hi I’m Lorna and I’m the Head Registered Veterinary Nurse here at Companion Care Redhill. I qualified from Plumpton College in 2008 and have been at CC Redhill since October 2014. In 2016 I completed the ISFM Feline Friendly Nursing Certificate with Distinction. In October 2018 I completed the 2 year ISFM Advanced Certificate in Feline Behaviour. I love working with cats and I have a soft spot for sloths. I am the practices “Cat Advocate” and strive to make sure that your cats get all the attention they deserve while at the practice.

Clare Turk

Veterinary Nurse


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I have been nursing for 10 years and qualified in 2008. I started work at Companion Care in December 2014 after my maternity leave. I have two children and a cat called Basil.

Gemma Harris

Veterinary Nurse


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I’m Gemma I qualified in 2016 from Plumpton College with a Foundation Degree in Veterinary Nursing. I have always wanted to work with animals and aspired to become a Veterinary Nurse. Once qualified I worked abroad in New Zealand for a year mainly in a small animal practice. I enjoy all aspects of nursing. Since being back home I have completed my Blue Cross Pet Bereavement training and am able to give emotional support to those who have lost their beloved pets. I have a rescue cat called Wilf and 2 rescue rabbits called Molly and Honey.

Becky Martin

Veterinary Nurse


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I started here in February 2017, starting off as a VCA I am now a Student Veterinary Nurse in college and working my way to becoming a Registered Veterinary Nurse. Growing up I have always been around animals, I have done a lot of work experience in different sectors of Animal management, but liked this role best. I have a dog and two cats at home as well as two fish tanks and a koi pond, with the occasional bird that the cats bring in.

Yasmin Ford

Veterinary Nurse


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I've always wanted to work with animals and was lucky enough to start working at Companion Care as a VCA soon after finishing my animal management course a few years ago. I am now in my 2nd year training to be a nurse. I have a keen interest in exotic animals and hope to specialise in them in the future. I enjoy caring for my bearded dragon Spyro and have a cheeky goldendoodle called Charlie.

Tamzyn Hodge

Veterinary Care Assistant


Shanice Cook

Student Veterinary Nurse


Alice Calvey

Veterinary Care Assistant


Holly Gallett

Student Veterinary Nurse


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My name is Holly, I am a VCA here at CC Redhill. I started working here in June 2018. I joined the veterinary industry in 2016. I previously worked as a receptionist at a practice in South Africa where I got to see a lot of exotic animals and work with a lot of charity organisations. I gained a lot of experience, and now, I am fortunate enough to be part of a nursing team where I can continue to learn and develop my knowledge on animal care. I have two of my own rescue doggies who are very spoilt and love going for long hikes up the mountains. I am 100% a dog person, but have a love for all fur-creatures.

Jo Davis

Senior Rceptionist

Tim Wilkinson


Lucy Burtenshaw


Laura Siudmak


Mike Smith

Practice Manager


During the Covid-19 pandemic our priority has been to ensure that we continue to deliver appropriate care for our patients in a way which also remains as safe as possible for both our clients and our team members.

Very early on in the pandemic we made the difficult decision to not allow clients into the consult rooms. This action was taken not only to keep the team safe, but also to try to limit the effects of the Test and Trace system or our already thinly stretched team. Given that anyone who has spent 15 minutes or more with a later infected person has to self-isolate for 10 days we could very easily have been left with such a severely depleted team that we could no longer provide the care our patients deserve.

Whilst we are aware of the imminent changes in the law on social distancing and mask wearing, the majority of our team members are not yet double vaccinated and the nature of our work often necessitates very close-contact in enclosed spaces. At Companion Care Redhill we are therefore continuing with many of our previous Covid-Secure Policies, both to protect the health and safety of our team members and also to ensure that we have an active workforce who can continue to care for the health and welfare of the patients under the care of the practice.


Our team members will continue to wear face masks, and we politely request that you also wear a face covering wherever possible.

Visiting The Practice

When visiting the practice we ask that you continue to telephone us once you are outside wherever possible and weather permitting. Our colleagues can then either come out to you or invite you in once someone is free to attend to you accordingly. This helps us to manage the number of people in the limited space of the waiting area. Whilst social distancing may no longer be a legal requirement, we are sure that you will agree that it remains a sensible precaution in the face of surging case numbers.


The majority of our consults will continue to take place without the owner present in the consult room. To allow clients back into the consult rooms would mean that if a client later had a positive test result our colleagues would then have to self-isolate in accordance with track and trace, leaving us unable to continue providing a full service to our patients.

We will be regularly reviewing the situation and with the announcement of the changes to track and trace on 16th August we will reconsider our position.

We would like to thank you for your continued support, understanding and patience at what has been a very difficult time for the veterinary profession as a whole.



  • Emergency cover
    Even if we are closed, we have your pet covered.
  • Operating Theatre
    An operating theatre with gaseous anaesthetic facility for surgical procedures.
  • Isolation Unit
    A special ward to care for animals with contagious diseases.
  • Blood Pressure Monitor
    Used to measure the range of blood pressure as a preventative treatment to identify early signs of systemic hypertension.

Show more services

  • Biochemistry
    Allows an assessment of the functionality of a patients organs.
  • Haematology
    Allows the assessment of a patient's blood and blood cells.
  • In-house Laboratory
    A range of analytical tests and equipment to assist in the rapid diagnosis of illness.
  • X-Ray
    Generates digital 2D images of bones and internal organs.
  • Hospital Ward
    Suite of custom-built kennels for the housing and monitoring of in-patients.
  • Dentistry
    The treatment and prevention of dental disease



10% off for NHS staff & members of the Armed Forces



10% off on a Wednesday for the Over 60's

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Senior Pet MOT Clinic - Only £80

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Health Plans

Health Plan

Complete Care

From £8 a month
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Health Plan

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From £17
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Health Plan


Just £99
Vac4Life is a preventative plan following primary vaccinations

Health Plan

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£15 a month
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Out of hours

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609 - 613 London Road
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Telephone: 02081 270393

Standard consultation fees start from £240.50

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