We are a small animal practice in Stoke on Trent, first established over 50 years ago. 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 each of our surgeries.
Kerry shares the head nurse role with Rachael and between them strive to ensure that the very best care is given to every pet, every time. Kerry has two rescue dogs, Madge and Penny and two rescue cats the delightful Douglas and the ex-feral Snippet. Kerry enjoys long rambles through the countryside with them and her family.
Rachael Willott RVN
Rachael shares the head nurse role with Kerry and between them strive to ensure that the very best care is given to every pet, every time. Rachael has worked for Rogers, Brock & Barker since 2007, she is a very enthusiastic nurse who has a passion for caring for our orthopaedic patients, working alongside our orthopaedic surgeon to ensure that our theatres are kept to the highest standards. She has four rescue cats, Max, Toast, Beans and Squish.
Fiona Copeland RVN
Deputy Head Nurse
Fiona will be a familiar face to many as she has been in the Rogers, Brock & Barker family for over 20 years. Fiona uses her many years of experience and acquired knowledge to train our next generation of veterinary nurses. At home Fiona has a little dog called Lizzie who she enjoys taking for long and muddy walks.
Jane Barker RVN CA - SQP
Jane is a friendly face to our Cheadle surgery clients where she is dedicated to client care and enjoys making every pet feel at home. Jane has gained the Companion Animal and Avian SQP qualification enabling her to offer a range of preventative health care products to our clients without the need to see a vet. At home Jane enjoys many craft activities and has two rescue cats, Ringo and Crumpet who she adores.
Chloe Brown RVN
Chloe graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 2017. Since graduating, Chloe has completed a course in Pet Bereavement and became a member of the team at Rogers, Brock & Barker Veterinary Surgery in 2018. Chloe enjoys all aspects of veterinary nursing, from assisting in theatre, consulting and spending time with the inpatients. In her spare time, Chloe enjoys socialising with friends at music concerts and travelling to different countries.
Stephanie Finney RVN
Steph joined the practice in 2003 as an animal care assistant. She then progressed to gain her veterinary nursing qualification in 2007. Steph has an interest in exotics and consulting.
At home Steph has two dogs, Eddie and Autumn, three rabbits, two guinea pigs, two rats and lots of fish!
Liam Grocott RVN
Liam joined the Rogers, Brock & Barker Veterinary Surgery team as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in June 2018. He has a keen interest in anaesthesia and weight management. At home he has two crazy Cocker Spaniels called Duke and Eva who he enjoys walking in his spare time. He also has three ferrets called Sam, Toby and Bingo.
Beki Hill RVN CA – SQP
Beki graduated from Harper Adams University in 2013. She is the lead nurse at the Abbey Hulton branch and is currently studying for the ISFM Certificate in Feline Nursing. At home she is kept very busy with her gardening, crochet and looking after her cat Angus.
Sally Simpson RVN
Sally joined our team in 2009 and is usually based at our Abbey Hulton Surgery. At home she has three cats, a big Ginger boy called Basil and two sisters called Milly and Tilly. In her spare time she likes to go for walks and spend time with her two children.
Tammy Williams RVN
Tammy joined Rogers, Brock & Barker in 2004. She has rescued and raised many orphaned and abandoned animals over the years and enjoys sharing her many years of experience and knowledge with our student nurses. She enjoys going to music concerts, socialising with friends and is a very competent cake maker.
Student Veterinary Nurse
Leanne joined Roger, Brock & Barker in 2016 after previously working at the PDSA as a veterinary care assistant. She started her veterinary nurse training in March 2017 and is usually based at the Longton branch. She has a three legged cat called Brave Dave who was bought in as a stray to the PDSA. When not studying for assignments and exams she enjoys travelling to sunny places, computer games and spending time with friends and family.
Student Veterinary Nurse
Kate joined the practice as part of our reception team and then went on to gain qualifications as an animal nursing assistant. Kate has always wanted to become a veterinary nurse and started her first year training in 2017. At home, Kate has a rescue collie called Steve who loves exploring from coats to countryside
Animal Nursing Assistant
Georgia joined Rogers, Brock & Barker as an animal care apprentice in July 2016 and is based at our Longton surgery. Georgia is keen to learn the ropes and one day become a qualified registered veterinary nurse. She has a guinea pig named Pickle and in her spare time she loves to spend quality time with her family and Pickle and loves to read, dance and help everyone around her.
Animal Nursing Assistant
Stacey joined the team in 2016 and is based between our Longton and Abbey Hulton surgeries. Stacey has the huge task of organising work experience placements at the surgery and is currently completing a course in pet bereavement. Stacey hopes to start her veterinary nurse training in the future. Stacey has a Pug called Suki and Turkish street dog called Tilki which is Turkish for Fox.
Veterinary Care Assistant
At home, Phoebe has two whippets - Jinx and Luna and a rescue ex-racing greyhound called Chance. Phoebe enjoys spending time with her dogs and taking them on their favourite walks around lakes and canal paths. Phoebe also has a bearded dragon called Miss Beans. When not out enjoying the country side with her dogs, Phoebe enjoys spending time with family and friends, sitting in the garden enjoying the sunshine.