Gender: Female

Ashlee Crook, Lymm Veterinary Surgery

Ashlee Crook

With her mother being a shepherdess during her early childhood, animals have always been an inherent part of Ashlee’s life. Her main hobby outside of work is taking care of her lovely horses (of which she has four geldings) – She particularly enjoy liberty training.…

Danielle Peet, Lymm Veterinary Surgery

Danielle Peet

Danielle has joined the Lymm team after working in our Veterinary Hospital. Danielle is very passionate about what she does and has worked with animals for over 9 years. Keeping her company at home are 4 tortoises.

Maxine Hackett, Lymm Veterinary Surgery

Maxine Hackett

Maxine has worked for the Willows since 2012. She has cats and dogs, recently rescuing a dog from the meat trade in China as well as fostering kittens for the RSPCA. Outside of work Maxine enjoys the outdoors, wildlife and walking her dogs.

Gemma Scott, Lymm Veterinary Surgery

Gemma Scott

Gemma qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2005 and later went on to complete a Zoology degree in 2012. She has a keen interest in medical and surgical nursing, laboratory diagnostics and animal behaviour. Gemma lives in Culcheth with her husband, 2 young kids and…

Geraldine Daniels, Lymm Veterinary Surgery

Geraldine Daniels

Geraldine  is the longest serving member of our team, having started as a trainee nurse and eventually now as head receptionist. Geraldine loves the pets and their clients and has made many friendships over the years. Geraldine’s interests are animals, animals, animals, walking, reading and…

Dr Rachel Dean, Lymm Veterinary Surgery

Dr Rachel Dean

Rachel was brought up on family farm in Comberbach and qualified as a vet from Liverpool in 1998. She started working at a Small animal practice in Shotton, North Wales where she remained for 15 years before moving to the Lymm practice in January 2013.…

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