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Matthew Bowditch BVetMed.MRCVS
From a family background of Veterinary surgeons and farmers, he graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 1975. After three years in mixed practice in South Devon he settled into the Beaminster practice. The growth of the Practice from a cottage in the centre of town to a purpose built unit with modern facilities has been the fulfillment of an ambition.
Main interests in the Practice are general medicine and surgery, with a special interest in Diseases of the eye, poultry/game bird and dairy cattle medicine.
Matthew is married to Libby and has three sons, Ed, Robert and Charlie who are well grown now.
Home interests are working dogs (three springers and three Labradors) which belong to his wife when they misbehave, fly fishing and fly tying.
Terry graduated from Leeds University in 1983 with an Honours degree in Animal Physiology and Nutrition. He then went on to the Royal Veterinary College and qualified in 1987 .
Having worked in large animal Practice initially he moved to Beaminster in 1989 to do more mixed Practice.
Interests include Acupuncture, canine rehabilitation and he is currently chairman of the Canine Hydrotherapy Association.
Married to Sarah (also a Vet) and with Tim his 6 year old son, they have four dogs, two cats , two horses, loads of chicken and a flock of sheep.
In his spare time? he enjoys falconry (and subsequently does rehabilitation work with birds of prey) fly fishing and is an enthusiastic naturalist.
He is particularly bad at DIY but his enthusiasm more than makes up for it.
Mary Salmons BVSc MRCVS
Mary joined the practice in August 2009 having spent a year at a large animal practice on the North Devon/Cornwall border. She studied and qualified as a Veterinary Surgeon at Bristol University in 2008 and has a special interest in farm animal medicine.
In her spare time Mary enjoys walking her collies, Diesel and Parsley, visiting friends and returning home to Hertfordshire to see her family.
Joanna Rossiter BVetMed (Hons) MRCVS
Jo began working with us in the summer of 2012 and has a keen interest in farm work. Jo will mainly be working with our farming team, but will also perform occasional routine small animal clinics.
Holly Lee MRCVS
Holly joined us in August 2012 and looks after the small animal patients. She has a keen interest in small animal medicine.