We are a group of small animal practices in Norfolk, first established in XXXX. We are passionate about animal care and our skilled team of veterinarians and vet nurses are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for your animals. Because we love animals and strive to provide excellent continuity of care, we are open six days a week and have access to 24-hour emergency care. For your added convenience, there’s free parking for clients at our surgeries.
Lindsy qualified in 1999 from Bristol Veterinary School. Lindsy loves all aspects of her job but has a particular love for geriatric patients and feline care. She holds a General Practitioner Certificate in Feline Practice. Lindsy has three cats and a horse. In her spare time she enjoys horse riding, reading and gardening.
Gareth Gaunt BVetMed MRCVS
Supervisory Veterinary Surgeon at Thetford and Brandon
Gareth has been with The Old Golfhouse Veterinary Group since 2006 and has worked across all four sites. His main interests are soft tissue surgery and orthopaedic surgery, and he is further developing his skills in diagnostic imaging and geriatric medicine. He took over the role of supervisory veterinary surgeon for Old Golfhouse South (Thetford and Brandon branches) in 2018 and is looking forward to helping to grow the Thetford and Brandon surgeries. Gareth lives locally on a small nature reserve with his partner Chris and two cats, Oscar and Merlin, both re-homed from Cats Protection. His main interests outside work are the great outdoors, cooking and travelling the world.
Marta Cunha MRCVS
Marta qualified in 2017 from a veterinary university in Portugal and decided to come to the UK afterwards, to progress her veterinary skills. She has been working at our practice since September 2018 and has loved every minute due to our close team and friendly clients. She has particular interest in dentistry, ultrasound, soft tissue surgery and internal medicine. In her spare time she likes to spend time with her partner, travel, visit family and friends and play violin and ukulele.
Jess Friar BVetMed MRCVS
Jess graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2016, and after a year out to take care of her young son, she joined The Old Golfhouse in 2017. She has a special interest in clinical pathology, and before starting with us worked on placement in several laboratories. She has also developed an interest in emergency and critical care work. Jess enjoys reading and doing artwork in her spare time. She has four cats, a pygmy hedgehog, two fish and two axolotls.
Jake Greenacre MRCVS
Jake graduated in 2017 after five years of studying at the Royal Veterinary College. When he was training he spent a lot of time with us here at The Old Golfhouse and is very happy to have returned to the practice as a veterinary surgeon. Jake enjoys the challenge of an interesting internal medicine case and in the future wants to pursue a postgraduate certificate focusing on anaesthesia and analgesia. In his time off he likes to read books and graphic novels as well as going to the cinema as often as he can.
Martin Tubby BVetMed MRCVS
Martin graduated from the Royal Veterinary Collage in 2014 and after a year in a small animal clinic, joined The Old Golfhouse to pursue his keen interests in surgery and exotic animal practice. He enjoys seeing any patient with fur, feathers or scales and has also developed a passion for wound management and rehabilitation. Martin enjoys music and spending time in the county with his wife and fellow Old Golfhouse vet Jess and son. Martin has four cats named Angus, Jasper, Munchkin and Teddy, as well as a pygmy hedgehog called Peggy and two axolotls.
Wiktoria Wiechecka BVetMed MRCVS
Wiktoria graduated from the University of Life Sciences in Lublin, Poland in 2011 and joined The Old Golfhouse in June 2016. Her main interests are diagnostics, dermatology and soft tissue surgery. Wiktoria also has keen interest in exotic animals. Currently she’s deepening her knowledge in the field of small animal diseases as she is in the middle of a postgraduate course. The biggest satisfaction in her everyday practice is to restore patients to health, giving back a joy of life to them and to their owners. Wiktoria lives in the countryside with her partner, dog called Mulan and cat, Stefan.