Meet Our Vets
Guy is one of the Clinical Directors and consults at our Salisbury surgery. His special interests include cardiology and internal medicine.
He lives in Salisbury with his three daughters and their trio of Springer Spaniels; Treacle, Chillie and Darcie who he is often seen out running with!
Guy competes in extreme ultra-marathons including the Sahara Marathon, the Jungle Marathon in the Amazon, and Vietnam Ultras. He has driven a 4×4 across the Atacama Desert and walked the Inca Trail with his daughters. Guy’s oldest daughter Alice is studying Adult Nursing at Oxford Brookes University. Eleanor is studying Geography at Churchill College Cambridge, and Millie will be doing her GCSE’s in 2017, and she is Head Girl at Swan School. .
Having driven a 4×4 across the middle of Iceland in 2015 with the girls; Guy’s latest challenge is a 29 mile cross country marathon in Sussex in March 2016, and then to run 46 miles non-stop from Portland Bill lighthouse to Old Harry Rocks along the Jurassic Coast in May.Guy Wolverson
Kimberly is one of the Clinical Directors and works part time at the Salisbury and Amesbury surgeries.
She has a particular interest in soft tissue surgery.
She has two chickens and two cats.
Kevin consults at all surgeries. He holds a certificate in veterinary dermatology and accepts internal and external skin referrals.
He also has an interest in internal medicine. Kevin owns a Labrador called Barley, and two cats; Chess and Scrabble.
Outside of work he enjoys mountain biking, walking and reading.
Anna graduated from Liverpool university in 2008 and moved to the Isle of Wight to work in mixed practice shortly afterwards.
She then moved to Salisbury and joined the team and Avon Lodge Vets. Anna enjoys all aspects of small animal practice and has a particular interest in surgery.
We would like to welcome Vicky Simons a new veterinary surgeon to the Avon Lodge Team. Vicky qualified from the Royal College, London in July 2015 & spent her first year in practice completing an internship at Endell Equine Hospital.
Vicky’s main interests are imaging & soft tissue surgery & is now very much enjoying the challenge of small animal practice where she hopes to develop her skills & looks forward to meeting all our lovely clients.
Vicky’s main hobbies include horse riding (riding out racehorses for local trainer Seamus Mullins), going exploring on her motorbike, running, triathlons, climbing & any other sport she can try, you won’t see her sitting down for long!Vicky Simons
We welcomed Davina to our team in 2016. She is mainly based in our Amesbury branch but does help out in Salisbury on a Saturday.Davina Tootal
Liz graduated from the RVC in 1992, & after a couple of years in mixed practice, settled in for the next 20 years with the RSPCA. Based at both the Putney Animal Hospital & the Southampton Clinic, the caseload was extremely varied with welfare cases alongside everyday ailments & nail clips.
She enjoys all aspects of her work but particularly enjoys trauma cases & hedgehogs. Outside work she plays hockey for Romsey (the old lady of the team), jogs & rambles the New Forest with her rescue lurcher Scout, & her family.Liz Forbes