Meet the Veterinary Surgeons
Sabine Boye MRCVS
Sabine grew up in Zimbabwe and followed her parents into the veterinary profession, even studying at the same university in Germany. Sabine came to Rowcliffe House on work placement during her final year and decided to come back when she qualified in 2000. She lives with her husband and son on their beef and sheep farm. Sabine enjoys open water swimming and can frequently be found speeding across Lake Ullswater.
Sarah Lester BVetMed CertSAS MRCVS
Sarah graduated from The Royal Veterinary College and has worked in small animal practice in Stevenage and Leeds. She completed a surgical residency at the University of Edinburgh for four years and has a strong interest in surgical cases. Sarah joined us here at Rowcliffe House in 2011 and works purely on the small animal side of the practice. In her spare time Sarah can be found cycling, running and walking in the fells.
Dani Blair BVM&S MRCVS
Dani joined us at Rowcliffe House in September 2014 after graduating from Edinburgh University. She is originally from Orkney and enjoys all aspects of mixed practice. Dani is married to a local beef and sheep farmer and in her spare time can be found looking after him and their many dogs! She also has a small flock of Kerry Hill sheep.
Ashley Cotton BVSc MRCVS
Ashley joined Rowcliffe House Vets in September 2016 after graduating from Bristol University. She has a particular interest in sheep medicine and flock health. In her spare time, Ashley enjoys walking in the fells with her dogs Ruby and Norman. She also has six hens: Ruth, Winnie, Sandra, Sylvia, Babs and Whitney.
Jason Megarity BVMS MRCVS
Jason joined the Rowcliffe House team in July 2017 following his graduation from University of Glasgow. He is originally from a dairy farm in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. In addition to his studies, Jason spent time in South Dakota and California gaining experience in pregnancy diagnosis and AI. Jason has a particular interest in dairy work. In his spare time, Jason can be found at the top of a fell with his dog Hugo.
Sedona McNally BVetMed MRCVS
Sedona (Sid) joined the team in September 2018. Originally from Norfolk, she previously worked in a busy mixed practice for two years before moving to the bright lights of Penrith. Sid enjoys all aspects of farm animal work but is particularly interested in infectious disease of cattle and calf health. Outside of work she likes exploring the fells with her Huntaway Boss and kayaking on the lakes.