Meet the Staff
Find out more about our dedicated team of experienced veterinary surgeons, nurses and care assistants.
Dr Alyson Hardman BVSc MRCVS
Veterinary Surgeon and Owner
I qualified from Bristol veterinary school in 1997 and have worked in first opinion practice in Wiltshire and Surrey since then. Having grown up in Wimbledon, I returned to the area and lived in Surrey in 2000 with my loyal companion, collie X lurcher Haida, always by my side. Over the years we have added a husband (Matt), two children (Jenna and Andrew), a rescue whippet lurcher (Scapa), numerous chickens and, most recently, Hermie the cat (who keeps us all in line!) and Hania (black and white rescue pooch) to our expanding family.
Over the years I have developed a keen interest in acupuncture and pain anagement, ultrasonography and small animal medicine. I keep up to date through attending lectures and discussion groups and aim to provide a edicated and personal service.
Whilst working in small animal practice the question that often crops up every day is “will the vet come out to the house?” It is with this in mind that I started “The House Vet”.
Dr Kate Simpson MRCVS
I Graduated from Bristol Veterinary School in 2001 and then followed that by completing a Small Animal Medicine Internship at the Royal Veterinary College in London in 2003. I have worked in small animal general practice with my special interests lying in Cardiology, Ultrasonography and Small animal Medicine. At home I combine my working life with spending time with my husband, 2 children and 2 dogs and very much enjoy walking in the Surrey Hills. I also have the challenge of training my ever energetic young Labrador which keeps the whole family on its toes!
Dr Hannah Schulten MRCVS
I graduated from Bristol in 2012 and have recently joined the team after gaining varied experience in small animal practice and locum positions in Surrey. My special interests are in feline medicine, and ultrasonography and I hope to study for my advanced practitioners certificate in the near future. At home I have a cat called Winston , a hamster called Kevin and my Fiance Steve. When not working, I enjoy travelling, running, climbing , baking and managing my allotment.
Jody Barry BSc (Hons) RVN DipCABT
Veterinary Nurse & Animal Behaiour Therapist
I found my first Saturday job at a veterinary clinic when I was 17, and graduated from Harper Adams University with a degree in Veterinary nursing and practice management in 2007. Having been involved in training and working dogs from a young age I followed my interests to complete my diploma in Companion Animal Behaviour in 2012. In 2018, I completed my certificate in dermatology and love helping with skin and ear cases in practice. You will often find me singing along to Disney songs in my Disney themed scrubs!
In my spare time I love spending time with my young family and dogs.
Claire Green RVN
I always loved animals growing up and after school I got a kennel assistant job at a local veterinary hospital. Once I had finished college, I got a job as a veterinary nurse. The role included out of hour shifts, being on call and looking after a lot of inpatients so I got to experience a lot. I qualified in 2005 and have locumed for various clinics as well as being stationed at a practice for the past 11 years. I am excited to become part of the team at the House Vet and gain new experiences and learn even more. I live with my husband and 2 children, Harrison and Molly along with our family spaniel Herbie.
I also run a cat sitting and small dog boarding service.
Reception and Veterinary Care Assistant
I have been working with animals now for almost 10 years either as a veterinary receptionist or with my dog walking business.
I joined the House Vet when they opened their clinic in Cranleigh and am loving everything about it. I started as a receptionist but have since qualified as a veterinary care assistant and I love my new more clinical roll.
In my spare time I enjoy walking my own Labrador Sammy Dog. I also enjoy country sports and have been doing it since I was 5 years old!
Veterinary Care Assistant and Student Veterinary Nurse
I joined the team at Rowly fully after doing Saturday morning work experience with them since 2014.
I recently completed my VCA and am now trining to become a qualified RVN!
At home I have two Jack Russel x Yorkshire terriers, a few chickens & a pony! I am also a part time riding for the disabled volunteer & instructor for a riding school.
I joined the clinic in December 2018 and am really enjoying my role as receptionist. I especially enjoy getting to know the clients and their pets and welcoming them into the clinic. At home I have a husband and 2 children as well as a very energetic spaniel called Harley and two very tolerant cats called Marble and Buttons!
News & Events
What our customers say
I have been so lucky to have the Housevet look after my dogs for some years. Alyson and her team have always given us excellent care and coming to the house has made the experience very easy for the dogs, keeping them calm and stress free.
When I lost my previous dog (he was over 14, to cancer) Alyson and her brilliant team were with us all the way, giving us so much help and support. Now I have been delighted to introduce my new puppy to this great vet practice which I highly recommend.
A proper family vet with a no nonsense approach to caring for our 4 legged loved ones. No unnecessary medication, no extra hidden charges, no milking the owners at the expense of the pet. They truly care about the animals they treat. Alyson really knows her stuff and only employs others who do the same. I would not use a ‘chain vet’ ever again. If you want a vet who replicates the practices of an old fashioned GP for humans – look no further.
I can’t express how grateful I am to this wonderful team. I travel over an hour to visit Alyson and the team as I wouldn’t trust anybody else with my two senior dogs. They’ve been here for us for routine dental care and spaying right through to the trauma of saying goodbye to our beloved pets. Always a kind and professional service, I really can’t recommend them enough. Thank you again x
So grateful for having found the best of vets for our rescue senior boys – we feel they actually have no idea Alyson and her team are vets/nurses, they just come and give them attention and cuddles. The holistic nature of the care is second to none. They have filled a gaping hole – with an old fashioned, honest approach to vet care – treating your pet as they would their own – filling a void to maybe the elderly owner, or those who don’t drive – offering to visit your pet at home, as a matter or course, not as an exception – for our senior arthritic rescue dog and his brother – this was a game changer. A no stress scenario, with the best care. We couldn’t recommend this practice more highly. Many thanks Alyson and everyone at The House Vet.
Just the most amazing people. They were incredibly supportive when they treated my dog Polly just before she passed away. Being able to be with her when she passed, rather than her being treated away in another room, was so valuable to me in being able to process it all.
The team from Rowly House vet have look after my numerous animals for years now. They have always been professional but friendly and show me much patience of the 100s of questions I ask. I never feel rushed on a appointment at home or in surgery. A great Team to have by my side. Alyson is a real Gem!!