Jeremy is the Principal of Burnham House - which is named after the town in Norfolk where he spent his childhood. After his veterinary training at Cambridge University he spent some years working in Dover before opening his own surgery on Castle Street. He is a great supporter of preventative care for ageing pets, and many of his patients are enjoying their golden years. His great passion is wildlife, especially birds and sea mammals, and he is always happy to be called out if a seal - or the occasional passing whale - finds itself in trouble on our shores. He is a member of the British Small Animal Veterinary Association; Association of Avian Veterinarians, and the British Veterinary Forensic and Law Association. Jeremy has been nominated for national PetPlan Vet of the Year many, many times; and has also received awards from the RSPCA for his work promoting animal welfare. In 2012 he reached the final four for the Chris Laurence Vet of the Year Award at the UK Ceva Awards for Animal Welfare.