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Penmellyn Vets Newquay
152 Henver Road
Newquay Cornwall

Peter Murrish BVetMed MRCVS

Pete was born in Truro, Cornwall. He graduated from the Royal Veterinary College, London in 2001.
Pete became a partner in Penmellyn Veterinary Group in April 2005.

He heads up our involvement within the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Practice Standards scheme.
Pete, his wife, two daughters and son share their home with quite a few animals. Currently they have cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, chickens, sheep, hamsters and some goldfish. They also have a horse and a two ponies.

Outside of work his interests include time with his family, walking, squash, skiing and gardening.

Philip Harris BVSc MRCVS

Phil comes from Devon and left to attend university in Liverpool from where he qualified as a veterinary surgeon in 1999.

At this point he moved to Cornwall and worked in two practices before coming to Penmellyn Veterinary Group in 2003. He became a partner in 2005 and he enjoys all aspects of veterinary life.

Phil is the current head of the small animal department for the whole of the Penmellyn Group of practices.

Lindsay Aldridge BVSc MRCVS

Lindsay is one of our small animal vets and has worked in Cornwall since 2013. She moved here with her husband Alex, also a vet, two children, two dogs, three cats and a growing number of chickens.

Lindsay qualified from Liverpool University in 1998 and spent the next 6 years working in mixed veterinary practice , enjoying the variety of challenges that it involved

After spending six months travelling across Africa, she returned to veterinary practice, continuing her career as a small animal vet and starting a new one ….. a mum.

I work three days a week at the Newquay surgery, and also am responsible for the veterinary care of the animals at the RSPCA centre in Quoit, St Columb Major, and the residents at St Francis Home for Dogs.

I look forward to meeting you at Newquay.

Zoe Morphew BVSc MRCVS

Zoe has returned to Cornwall after graduating from the University of Liverpool. She was brought up and is now living on a small farm with a variety of animals including sheep, cows, horses, dogs, cats and chickens.

She is particularly interested in animal behaviour, internal medicine and small animal surgery. She saw practice with Penmellyn both before and during university. Zoe works mainly at the Newquay branch.

In her spare time, she enjoys baking, surfing, horse riding and walks by the sea.

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