Small Animals: 01437 762806
Farm Animals: 01437 762511
Vets & Groomers: 01646 622010
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Lisa Phillips (Director)
I joined the practice in 1993 after graduating from the Royal Veterinary College, London. I later completed two further qualifications: the Certificate in Veterinary Radiography (CertVR) and Certificate in Feline practice (CertGPFelP). I am a member of the International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM), and my main interest is in treating any cat problems, including behavioural issues. Other clinical interests include oncology and chronic pain management including acupuncture use. In my spare time you may find me working up a sweat at the gym, or practising yoga and meditation. I am a Welsh speaker, so if you would like your consultation conducted in Welsh do let me know.
Shaun Sinclair (Director)
I am originally from the Edinburgh area, and qualified from the R(D)SVS in Edinburgh in 1996. After working in a variety of veterinary jobs in The Lake District, Australia, and Cardiff I joined Fenton Vets in 2004. My clinical interests include soft tissue, orthopaedic surgery and ophthalmology. I work in our main practice in Haverfordwest and our branch in Pembroke Dock. Living in Pembrokeshire gives me lots of opportunities to get out and take part in triathlon, and sailing. If I can fit in a week skiing during the winter, what more could I want!
I qualified from the R(D)SVS in Edinburgh in 1993. I joined the practice in 2007, having previously worked for VetsNow (out of hours service) and PDSA in Swansea. My main professionl interests include emergency medicine and dermatology. Outside of work, I enjoy swimming and trying out my ‘experimental ’style of cooking on my ill-fated nearest and dearest. (Brussel sprout curry, anyone?).
I qualified from the University of Cordoba in 2009. After 2 years working in Spain, I spent a year working in Lowestoft, Suffolk, before joining the Fenton Vets team in 2012. Clinically, my interests include soft tissue surgery and ophthalmology, having gained my ESPVS GP Cert in Ophthalmology this year. Outside work , I love walking my greyhound (he loves it too!). I own 3 cats, but they prefer to stay at home. During my walks, I like to take some photos of the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside and try to capture them in watercolor once I get home.
I graduated from Szent Istvan University in Budapest in 2010. I spent my first two years in Wales working as a large animal vet in Fishguard and Carmarthen, before joining Fenton Vets in March 2013 to pursue a career in companion animal medicine. All in all it has been a very sensible decision!
I graduated from Royal Veterinary College London in July 2013. I moved to Pembrokeshire shortly after and started here at Fenton Vets in June 2014. My interests include neurology and caring for geriatric patients. Outside the practice, I am an active member of Keyston Young Farmers’ Club and have competed in dancing to stock judging… and everything in-between.