Medivet Solihull

Damson House Vets

01217 113 775

4.6 /5
104 reviews

82 Damson Lane, Solihull, West Midlands, B92 9JP

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Large car park at rear of property

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Nearest 24 Hour Emergency practice

Southside Emergency Clinic

0121 705 3044

608 Warwick Rd, Solihull, West Midlands, B91 1AA

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Symptom Checker

If you’re not sure whether your pet needs to see a vet, our quick and easy Symptom Checker can help. Answer a few simple questions about the signs of illness your pet is displaying and the checker will advise whether a trip to the vet is necessary and how urgently that specialist care should be given.

  • Your vet in Solihull

    Welcome to our practice in Solihull. Discover a wide range of services as well as truly exceptional patient and client care. We offer a full range of routine care including vaccinations, neutering, microchipping, flea treatment and worming. We also provide a comprehensive range of additional services including soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery, X-rays and ultrasound.

    When you visit, our friendly and experienced team will be happy to welcome you.

Practice facilities

  • Garden
  • Free Client Parking

Meet the team

Heidi Strong

Lead Veterinary Surgeon

Heidi Strong

Lead Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated at the Royal Veterinary College, London in 1985. Before coming to Damson House Vets in 1990, I worked in practices in Grimsby (with the Blue Cross charity), Nottingham and Northampton. I has a special interest in all aspects of internal medicine especially oncology and rabbit medicine and surgery.

Simon Godsall

Veterinary Surgeon

Simon Godsall

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from Liverpool Veterinary School in 1986. After spending some time at Cambridge University I gained a certificate in small animal orthopaedics in 1989. Following this I've worked in both referral and first opinion practices and then for the PDSA where I was involved with staff training and management as well as clinical work. I have a keen interest in orthopaedics. At home we have two Labradors called Mia and Herbie, three cats called Pumpkin, Ditzy and Buckley, three horses called Billy, Ted and Murphy and several chickens.

Jo Godsall

Veterinary Surgeon

Jo Godsall

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Medicine in Edinburgh in 1991. I've worked in various practices for several years in Nuneaton, Kenilworth and Birmingham and also in a specialist feline practice before coming to Damson House in 2011. I gained my certificate in small animal medicine in 2005 and have a keen interest in feline medicine, hormones and haematology. I'm particularly experienced in feline medicine and surgery - our nurses call me The Cat Whisperer.

Antonio Albatas Betancor

Veterinary Surgeon

Antonio Albatas Betancor

Veterinary Surgeon

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Ioana Partin

Veterinary Surgeon

Ioana Partin

Veterinary Surgeon

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Nikki Dowery

Veterinary Nurse

Nikki Dowery

Veterinary Nurse

I joined the practice in 2000 having passed NVQ Level 2 and 3 in veterinary nursing. I'm a Petplan insurance advisor and a Hill's pet nutritionist. At home I have a little Terrier cross called Alf and a cat called Minnie, as well as three guinea pigs and two chickens.

Gemma Ashfield

Veterinary Nurse

Gemma Ashfield

Veterinary Nurse

I joined the practice in September 2004 as a student nurse and qualified as a veterinary nurse after passing NVQ level 2 and 3 in Veterinary Nursing at Warwickshire College. I have a national diploma in Animal Management. I'm also a Petplan. I have a keen interest in veterinary medicines and parasite control and help run our nurse clinics. At home I have two cats called Dartagnan and Leo and a miniature pinscher called Lennox.

Beth Smallwood

Veterinary Nurse

Beth Smallwood

Veterinary Nurse

I joined the practice as a voluntary helper on Saturday mornings and was pleased to begin my student veterinary nursing qualification in September 2014 and have since qualified as a veterinary nurse. I enjoy spending my spare time with my miniature schnauzer cross bichon frise Lola and also love going to live music concerts.

Zoie Harper

Veterinary Nurse

Zoie Harper

Veterinary Nurse

I joined the practice in May 2017 having just completed a degree in Veterinary Nursing from Hartpury College. I'm interested in animal behaviour. I enjoy running our popular puppy parties. I'm also a Petplan Insurance Advisor. In my spare time, I enjoy going to the gym and walking my whippet Misty.

Kate Meyer

Veterinary Nurse

Kate Meyer

Veterinary Nurse

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Emily Keegan

Student Veterinary Nurse

Fiona Simmons

Client Care Assistant

Fiona Simmons

Client Care Assistant

I joined the practice as a receptionist in July 2013. I'm a trained Petplan Insurance Advisor. At home I have two cats, Domino and Dice, as well as a pony called Chanel.