Veterinary Surgeons

Matthew Cooper
Veterinary Surgeon
Matthew graduated from the University of Bristol in 2009 and joined the small animal team. His particular area of interest is canine and feline internal medicine.
Andrew Richmond
Veterinary Surgeon
Andrew graduated from Edinburgh Vet School in 1996, working at Three Rivers Vets for 2 years before moving to the New Forest to work in 100% farm animal practice. After 12 years helping the practice expand from two to six vets, Andrew decided he needed a new challenge and went to work for another large farm animal practice in Hampshire for 2 years before returning to Three Rivers Vets in 2012. He enjoys walking his border collie, watching wildlife, collecting fossils and has a strong interest in military history.
Madeleine Kasch
Veterinary Surgeon
Madeleine graduated from Edinburgh University in 2013 and joined Three Rivers at the beginning of 2014. She is interested in all aspects of small animal Medicine and outside of work she enjoys riding and reading.
Tessa Renton
Veterinary Surgeon
Tessa graduated from Royal Dick School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh in 2012 and joined the practice in 2013. Her main clinical interests are soft tissue surgery, small animal internal medicine and avian medicine. Outside of work she enjoys the great outdoors.
Charlotte Bowman
Veterinary Surgeon
Charlotte has recently joined the team having worked in a mixed practice in Lancashire for the first few years of her career.
Will Stevenson
Veterinary Surgeon
Will qualified in 2005 from The Royal Veterinary College in London. Will is experienced in all aspects of farm animal health and productivity with a special interest in cattle lameness and bull fertility. Will was previously a director of Norfolk Farm Vets before moving to Three Rivers Veterinary Group to further his career.