Meet our Team
Dr Ruth Taylor
Clinical director/Veterinary SurgeonCert AVP
Ruth graduated from Liverpool University in 2011, having trained and worked as a vet nurse for 5 years before applying to vet school.
She has a specific interest in pain management, dermatology (skin), and also in rabbit medicine. Ruth is is working towards her Veterinary Dermatology certificate.
Ruth has lived and worked in the Northwich area for the last 9 years, and has two little Jack Russell crosses called Minnie and Mollie. She looks forward to meeting you and your pets!!
Dr Deborah Hutton
I have recently joined Hampton vets in July 2023 as a Veterinary Surgeon.
I have 20 years’ experience and like training and mentoring newer graduates. I particularly enjoy soft tissue surgery and emergency and critical care.
Out of work I will be found walking my dogs, riding my friend’s horse or being mum’s taxi for my 2 boys.
Louise qualified as an RVN in 2014 having trained within the Willows Vet Group. She moved to join the team at Kelsall in 2020.
In her spare time she loves spending time with her young family keeping active in the outdoors! She has a cat called Sky who she hand reared from a week of age. In her life before vet nursing she worked with horses and still loves being around them and riding.
Student Veterinary NurseCompetent Dispenser and BVRA Bronze Award
Amy grew up locally in the small village of Duddon and went to Tarporley High School. She then went on to study Animal Management at Reaseheath College.
Amy graduated from the University of Wolverhampton in 2018 with a degree in Animal Behaviour and Wildlife Conservation.
In her spare time she enjoys walking in the countryside with her Cockerdor Skye and she also enjoys animal photography.
Receptionist/Animal Care Assistant
ReceptionistCompetent Dispenser and BVRA Bronze Award
Katherine grew up in Hertfordshire surrounded by dogs, cats, horses and donkeys, she moved to Cheshire 16 years ago to continue rural life!
Katherine has a first class degree in equine science and her family now breed event horses.
At home she has a yellow Labrador called Odin, three cats and she loves walking in the Bickerton Hills.
Katherine enjoys running and cycling and is looking forward to progressing her knowledge in small animal practice following over 3 years in a farm vet practice.