Our experienced team are committed to providing a caring and professional service.
We know that concerns about a beloved pet’s health can make visits to the vet stressful and onerous. The understanding staff at St George’s will strive to provide reassurance and comfort for both you and your pet at each visit.
Our aim is to constantly exceed our clients’ expectations. We are always happy to help in any way we can, including carrying your pet food or cat baskets out to your car.
We look forward to meeting you and your pets.
Please do not hesitate to phone the practice with any query regarding your pet’s health. We are happy to offer advice over the phone or to book an appointment at your convenience.
After a year in a rural mixed practice, Emily made the decision to specialise in small animal medicine and surgery. She has worked as the senior vet in two practices in Greater London and has practiced in Weybridge since 2007.
Emily opened St George’s Vet Centre in 2011, converting Holland House from offices into a well-served veterinary surgery and installing the latest digital X-ray and a fully equipped operating theatre. She is incredibly proud of her Independent practice, which she feels offers a personal, caring service amongst the increasingly corporate veterinary landscape.
Emily is interested in all aspects of veterinary medicine and surgery and has obtained several postgraduate qualifications. She aims to offer her clients a highly empathetic and compassionate service for their beloved animals.
Due to her working hours, Emily only has one pet at the moment, a rescued, one-eyed, ex-polo pony called "Zoom"! She and her husband are looking forward to owning a working Labrador when time permits.
Mel brings a wealth of experience to her role as Head Nurse and is a huge asset to St George's Vets. She has decades of expertise in veterinary nursing as well as being a fount of knowledge for clients regarding everything from feeding puppies to insurance forms! She qualified in 1999 and worked as Head Nurse in a veterinary practice in West London, where she met Emily.
Mel has four children and has cared for twenty-six foster children whilst still working as a locum veterinary nurse part-time and helping Emily open St George’s Vets in 2011. She is now the full time Head Nurse at St George’s Vets as well as the Practice Manager.
Mel has two dogs, a Cavapoo named Millie and a Border Collie named Misti. She has four rescue cats, thirteen chickens, two tortoises and a Bearded Dragon.
Mel is active in supporting several animal charities and will often foster pets for local charities.
Mel’s family are also animal lovers and her brother breeds reptiles (many of which are endangered species) whilst her youngest daughter plans to become a Veterinary Surgeon.
Over the years Kim has developed an interest in emergency and critical care nursing and has gained a certificate in this subject.
Kim understands how nerve-racking visiting the vets can be for both you and your pet so is always keen to reassure and give advice where needed. She will always treat your pet as if they were her own and ensure they receive the highest standard of care.
Kim has a cat called ‘Pip’ who is a feisty little girl. Pip likes to snuggle up on the sofa in the evening once the coast is clear and the toddler is in bed!