Good Companions Veterinary Clinic

About Good Companions Veterinary Clinic

Caroline and Simon Baker purchased the practice in 1992, with the aspiration to provide the standard of care for pets and their owners that they would wish for their own pets.


Caroline's empathy with her patients and understanding of the concerns and worries of pet owners meant the number of clients on the practice books grew rapidly.  In December 2006, Pip McLachlan became a partner in the practice.  In July 2013 our assistant, Amy joined us to cover maternity leave and we were fortunate that she decided to stay when our previous assistant decided not to return to work.  We are keen that continuity of care is maintained, and so encourage you to request an appointment with the vet of your choice.  All three vets work together closely ... three heads are often better than one, and discussion of our ongoing cases ensures that if you were to have to see a different vet you will not have to recap all that has been happening with your pet.


In March 2005 we moved from our first floor premises in The Maltings to a purpose designed premises on the ground floor.  This move has provided us with a practice with many modern practice design ideas incorporated.  We have benefitted from separate dog and cat waiting rooms and kennel wards, an aseptic operating theatre and a designated imaging room.

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