Lucy Crosby BSc Hons BVetMed MRCVS
Lucy graduated from The Royal Veterinary College, London, in 2001 and initially worked in a mixed practice in Suffolk. She then spent two years working in numerous practices around the country as a locum vet before finally settling in Cambridge in 2006. She joined Cambridge Veterinary Group in 2007 and took over the Practice in August 2012 when John Grieve retired and is now Clinical Director. Her veterinary interests include internal medicine and surgery and practice management.
Lucy enjoys all sport, especially tennis and horse-riding as well as cycling, hiking and skiing. She is also passionate about gardening and the environment which she combines with her love of photography. She lives in the countryside with her husband, young son, and daughter plus Wilf the cat and a few chickens.
ANNA RIDDOCH MA VetMB MRCVS
Anna graduated from Cambridge University in 2008 and has worked in small animal practice in Cambridgeshire and North Hertfordshire since. She joined Cambridge Veterinary Group in 2016 and enjoys all areas of practice, especially feline practice, imaging and surgery. In 2019 she became a Clinical Director.
Anna lives with her husband, two daughters and a cat, Lola. She enjoys walks in the countryside and gardening, plus trips to the cinema, cooking and travel.
JILL PEARSON MA VetMB MRCVS
Jill graduated as a veterinary surgeon in 1976 and has loyally notched up over 40 years service with our practice. She is well respected, both regionally and nationally, as an authority on reptiles, birds and small mammals and has attracted many ‘exotic’ cases to the practice. She currently divides her working life between veterinary practice and teaching student vets at the University of Cambridge.
Jill is also qualified in veterinary acupuncture, which she now practises as an alternative or complementary approach to pain management.
She is married with two grown up children.
EMMA JARRETT MA VetMB CertAVP(VDI) MRCVS
Emma graduated from Cambridge in 2001 and began her career in small animal practice in Suffolk before joining CVG in 2005. She is particularly interested in radiology and ultrasound and in 2019 completed the RCVS Certificate in Advance Veterinary Practice (Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging).
Emma lives with her husband, 2 daughters and cat, Tilly. She is a keen trail and fell runner, rings church bells and grows fruit and vegetables on her allotment.
JESSICA PEACE MA VetMB MRCVS
Jess has wanted to be a vet for a long as she can remember and claims to have been inspired by the children’s TV show ‘Space Vets.’ She moved from Yorkshire to Cambridge to attend vet school, where she qualified in 2008. She has always worked in small animal practice, spending six and a half years working around St Ives and Huntingdon before joining Cambridge Veterinary Group in October 2015. She particularly enjoys feline medicine.
In her spare time Jess enjoys hiking, and learning new DIY skills as she renovates her house and garden. She lives with her husband and a rescue cat, and would like to keep chickens.
JENNIFER SCOTT MA VetMB MRCVS
Jen graduated from Cambridge University in 2009 and has worked in entirely small animal practice since. She joined Cambridge Veterinary Group in December 2016 and is enjoying finally working in the city she lives in, after having commuted out of Cambridge for her previous jobs. Her main areas of interest are in canine and feline medicine but she enjoys all aspects of small animal practice.
She lives in Cambridge with her husband, young son and Oliver the cat. In her spare time, she enjoys spending as much time outdoors as possible, especially running and time in her garden.
SHARON CHEUNG BVM&S, MRCVS
Sharon qualified from Edinburgh University in 2013 and has worked in small animal practice since. She joined Cambridge Veterinary Group in December 2017 and enjoys all areas of practice, especially dermatology. She is currently studying for a certificate in small animal dermatology.
Sharon lives in Cambridge with her husband. In her spare time, she enjoys hosting dinner parties, hill walking and traveling.
HELEN INZANIMA VetMB MRCVS
Helen is another Cambridge Graduate to join the team, having lived in Cambridge for many years before University as well. She worked in a small animal and exotics practice in Norwich before joining Cambridge Veterinary Group in July 2019. She is excited to be back in Cambridge and no longer commuting such long distances daily. She enjoys all parts of general practice, but has a particular interest in exotic and wildlife medicine and surgery.
Helen lives in Cambridge with her partner Andy, leopard gecko Dotty and ex-farm cat Tom. In her spare time she enjoys kayaking in every form – often found on white-water rapids in Wales or paddling down the Cam.