James McCance BVM&S MRCVS
James qualified from Edinburgh University in 1986 and worked in mixed animal practice before taking on Bond Street with his wife, Sue, in 1993. He says “the pleasure of the job is meeting clients with their pets and building a good relationship to provide excellent service for both." He has three children, three dogs, three horses and a cat at home. He also enjoys fishing and mountain biking .
Jon Harper BVSc.Dist CertVR MRCVS
Jon qualified from Liverpool Veterinary School with Distinction, he then studied for and achieved a Royal College Certificate in Veterinary Radiology. After stints in Leek, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Congleton, Hartford and Wilmslow, he joined James and Sue McCance in Macclesfield at Bond Street when the current site opened in 2000. Jon has an elderly rescue dog named Dora, for who short walks are the order of the day. An uneasy truce between Dora and Joe, the new rescue cat, is ongoing. Hopefully he’ll learn to stop tormenting her one day. Jon cycles whenever he can, preferably in sunny destinations abroad. He's challenged himself in the mountains of Europe and Morocca in the past few year.
Pauline Brauckmann Leg.Vet GPCert Feline Med MRCVS
Pauline has worked at Bond Street since 2001, having graduated from Uppsala University in 1994. Pauline has a particular interest in geriatric cats and as such gained a Certificate in Feline Medicine in 2013. She loves investigating chronic diseases and solving complex medical cases. Pauline is very active in her spare time enjoying cycling and looking after her 2 dogs, a young Labrador and an old Weimeraner.
Gary Coxon BVetMed FHEA MRCVS
Gary graduated from the Royal Veterinary College (University of London) in 2003. He then worked in small animal practice in the Midlands before moving back to Cheshire. During a stint working for a pharmaceutical company he achieved a further qualification in teaching. Gary started work at Bond Street in 2017. His time at home is spent running around after his young twin children and his two Siamese cats.
Fiona Brewis BVSc PgC MRCVS
Fiona graduated from the University of Bristol in 2007. She worked in a mixed practice in the Midlands for five years which she thoroughly enjoyed but decided to hang up her wellies to pursue her primary interest in small animal work. Fi joined Bond Street in 2013 and in 2016 gained a postgraduate certificate (PgC) in small animal medicine. Her particular interests are in endocrine medicine and soft tissue surgery. In her spare time, she is a keen skier and mountain biker and enjoys camping and walking holidays with her husband and daughter. Fiona owns a little cat called Crunchie that she rescued from her previous practice after a road accident .
Suzanne Millington BVM&S GPCertSA Med Acupuncture MRCVS
Suzanne started work at Bond street in 2004, after spending 18 months in mixed practice on the west coast of Cumbria. She qualified in 2002 at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh. After seven years in general medicine she studied and achieved her General Practice Certificate in Small Animal Medicine. In 2016 she undertook a course which now allows her to practice acupuncture on animals. Suzanne's favourite part of the job is the medical cases as she enjoys problem solving. She finds it very satisfying to reach a diagnosis, provide a treatment and see a much happier and healthy animal as a result. Her hobbies include gardening and baking. She loves to grow vegetables and the staff at Bond Street love her cakes.
Lynsey Needham BVM&S MRCVS
Lynsey graduated from Glasgow in 2001. She joined Bond Street in 2005, having worked on the Wirral and in Leicestershire. Lynsey enjoys all aspects of clinical work but is most drawn to surgical cases. She loves all patients from the smallest mouse to the largest Great Dane and has a real soft spot for Sighthounds. Lynsey works part-time, with the rest of her time spent looking after her children, being a school governor and helping run their dairy farm. Her menagerie at home includes two cats, a working Collie, some hens, four lambs and 250 dairy cows and calves.