Clinical Director

Originally from Yorkshire, Adam qualified from Liverpool University in 2010, after a few years working back home he moved to Littlecroft in 2013. During this time he has been studying towards additional qualifications and gained his certificate in medicine at the end of 2017. Interests outside of work include working on his allotment, attempting to grow prize winning veg and horse riding. Adam has a rescue rabbit called George and two Indian star tortoises.


Veterinary Surgeon

I am originally from Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA. I did my vet degree at the university of Liverpool and qualified in 2005. I met my now wife in vet school and after qualifying we worked in mixed practice in north wales before doing a two year stint in Bermuda. We returned to the UK in 2011 when I started at Littlecroft. I enjoy operating and consulting but have a special interest in soft tissue surgery. I especially like interacting with the clients and all the furballs! Out side of work is all about family and friends. My wife and I have two little girls Elizabeth and Connie. Between them, and our two dogs- Bo and Nugget, the down time flies by. But we do manage to squeeze in a nice glass of red wine or two!


Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from Liverpool University in 2005. I spent four years working in North Wales, two years in Bermuda and have worked in the North West since then. I enjoy all aspects of veterinary practice. I am married to a vet and we have two young children and two dogs, it’s all about the animals! We like to spend our spare time in the outdoors and with friends. Given the chance I also like to escape for a run!


Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from The University of Nottingham in July 2017. I joined the Littlecroft team soon after and I am loving the job so far, every day is different! I enjoy all aspects of veterinary medicine. Outside of work when I am not being tormented by my cat, Wally, I thoroughly enjoy being in the countryside and spending time with family and friends.


Head Veterinary Nurse

Jenni is a qualified and registered veterinary nurse who has been at Littlecroft for almost ten years now completing her nurse training here. She became head nurse three years ago and is the practices clinical coach responsible for training and assessing student veterinary nurses. She has been working with animals since she was fifteen years old and has always had a huge passion for them enjoying all aspects of nursing and finding it greatly rewarding when she is able to nurse patients back to full health. In the future she is planning on furthering her studies by completing a ISFM certificate in feline nursing. Jenni has a menagerie of pets from working at Littlecroft. Over the years she has rescued and rehabilitated numerous animals including her five cats Ted, Dolly, Boo, Marty and Panda, who all have their own special stories, and her rescued chihuahua J.C. Outside of work she enjoys getting out in the countryside on her horse Mikee, baking, photography, making gin and taking J.C for long walks.

Charlotte RVN

Veterinary Nurse

Charlotte joined the Littlecroft team in September 2014. Here she has undergone her training to become a registered veterinary nurse. She particularly enjoys caring for our inpatients and has an interest in anaesthesia. Charlotte owns a horse and a rescued cat, which she hand-reared from a day old. In her spare time she enjoys horse riding and travelling to new places.

Becca RVN

Veterinary Nurse

I have always had a huge passion for animals, and after completing a Level 3 Animal Mangement course, I moved into studying a HNC Level 4 in Animal Managenent and Science in 2015, I then decided to take the challenge of training to be a veterinary nurse. I joined littlecroft late 2015, and after a year of training then started college early 2017, studying a level 3 Veterinary Nursing course. Becca qualified at the end of 2020. My passions include competing on a regular basis in Kennel Club agility shows with my Springer Spaniel, as well as training my Golden Retriever for competitive Obedience. I also take great enjoyment from studying and developing my skills further, and taking long walks with my three dogs.

Sara BSc

Student Veterinary Nurse

I have a degree in Animal Behaviour and in the near future will be studying to become a veterinary nurse. Throughout my years I have gained lots of experience with animals from volunteering or working at a farm, kennels and even a small zoo. I myself have 2 house rabbits that I love..they even have their own bedroom! In my spare time I like to practice photography, go on dog walks, holiday abroad and visit the zoo.


Student Veterinary Nurse

Coming soon


Animal Nursing Assistant

Kaz started at Littlecroft vets in November 2015, I am an animal nursing assistant I have worked with animals for over 18 years . Me, my husband and daughter love camping with our dogs we have three poodles, Jack, Miah and Doug we also have a Jack Russell cross called Thai. We enjoy taking them to the beach and on long mountain walks. We also have two cats called Saleum and Jess a ferret called Ferb and three African land snails.

Kate BSc Hons RVN VPMA

Practice Manager

Kate has been with Littlecroft since 2001, she joined us after gaining her degree in zoology at Liverpool university and qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2004 when she also became our head nurse. After a break to have her family Kate returned as our deputy practice manager helping to keep things running smoothly! She also likes to keep her hand in at nursing when she can fit it in! Her Bassett hound Rosie and guinea pigs Teddy and Freddy along with her two children keep her very busy outside of work.


Office Administration

Geoff joined the Littlecroft team in March 2018 as our office administrator. After years in retail he wanted a new challenge. He is now our insurance advisor, amongst other things! He is on hand to assist with any queries you may have. In his spare time Geoff is a keen music fan who enjoys playing his guitar, going to concerts, collecting records and spending quality time with friends and family.



I have been at Littlecroft vets for 21years employed as a receptionist. I worked at another’s vets previously. I really enjoy my job as I have built up many good relationships with the clients and staff alike. I find a lot of the operations very interesting to watch, with our expert team working at their best. I enjoy spending time with my pet dog Teddy and my horse Cade along with my two grandchildren. I regularly attend a folk club which I thoroughly enjoy listening to.



Irene has worked at Littlecroft since 2006 after moving back from London. She can be found working on reception in the evenings and at weekends, she enjoys chatting to clients and meeting their pets! Irene has six cats, two have been rescued from Littlecroft, one of which she hand-reared and is called Pepe and one she brought back from Italy! Irene enjoys listening to music, reading and travelling (when she can).



Claire began working at Littlecroft in 2002, she is one of our evening receptionists and loves saying hello to a new puppy and having a cuddle. Claire is a true Everton supporter, as a season ticket holder she trys to never miss a match! She has three dogs at home to keep her busy, they are called Maddie, Romeo and Pablo.

Margy NVQ

Support Staff

For many years I had worked in retail but felt something was missing so I enrolled in college and gained my diploma in animal science. I worked in kennels and realized I had found what I was looking for - animals! An opportunity came my way to join the Littlecroft team and 12 years later I haven't regretted my decision,we are like one big family, we have many regular clients and feel they know me and would like to think a familiar face makes them feel reassured with there little/big furrys. In my spare time I have two elderly cats, a collie dog and a teenage daughter!