Jonathan Niccol MRCVS
Joint Venture Partner & Veterinary Surgeon
I have been a Veterinary Surgeon since 1999.
I have always looked after cats, dogs, rabbits, ferrets and other small ‘furries’. I recently was responsible for the Ferret Rescue centre in Romford, Essex as one of the principal Vets. I have also had a lot of experience dealing with Working Dogs. as I was the main vet responsible for treating the Unit 2 and 5 Metropolitan police dog units (German Shepherd’s, Malinois’s, Cocker Spaniels and Springer Spaniels) and because of this I was also involved in looking after some of the Transport Police dogs. My ethos for veterinary practice is: to help owner’s to deliver the best health care possible for their pets. This I achieve by using good communication skills.
My Veterinary interests are internal medicine (particularly feline) and endoscopy. I am currently enrolled in a certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice through the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. In my spare time my wife (Jacqui) my son (Arran) and I enjoy taking our Norfolk Terrier ‘Cosmo’ for walks in the surrounding countryside.
I love being a Vet as it allows me to meet lots of people and all their pets all of which have different personalities and characters. I am also a partner in my new surgery at Companion Care Vets in Cheltenham.