Meet The Team

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Ian Moore MRCVS

Founder - Veterinary Surgeon

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Claire Davis MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

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Pete Dillon BVMS MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

Peter grew up in Moira and starting helping at Lagan Valley Vets for work experience.

He qualified from University of Glasgow in 2011 and then worked in a mixed practice in Lockurbie for two years. After locuming in England he took a position as clinical director in a Small Animal Emergency Only Practice in Preston.

Outside work, Peter plays Rugby and enjoys getting out on his bike and walking in the Mournes as much as possible. He also helps with his dads Hampshire Down sheep at home.

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Jenny Kenny Boyd MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

Jenny qualified from University College Dublin in 2012. She loves working in mixed practice and enjoys treating all sizes of animals from tiny kittens to large cows. 

Jennys first job after graduating was in Donegal where she worked in mixed practice for 2 years she then returned to Dublin to focus on Small Animal work before joining Lagan Valley Vets.

She gets a great kick out of making animals feel better and feels privileged to be part of such a wonderful profession, although her Springer Spaniel Reka doesnt always agree when shes dragged out of bed to calf a cow in the middle of the night! 

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Timothy Ferry BVMS CertAVP(Cattle) MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

Tim qualified from the University of Glasgow in 2012 and has worked in mixed practice ever since.

He joined Lagan Valley Vets in September 2015, after previously working in North Antrim, Garvagh and a calving season in New Zealand.

Tim completed his certificate in Advanced Veterinary Cattle Practice in 2017, after approximately 700 hours of studying, exams and case reports.

Outside of work Tim enjoys watching & playing rugby and walking his two dogs, Bella & Rosie.

Emma Chambers MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

Emma graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2012.

She worked as a small animal vet for a year before returning home to Northern Ireland to work in mixed practice, finding her main interest in small animal medicine.

Outside of work Emma likes to spend time exploring with her family and two springer spaniels.