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Primary Care team

Willows has been looking after the pets belonging to local pet owners since the business was started in 1989.  We take pride in giving the best possible service that we can to our local clients, and our general practice vets are totally committed to looking after the patients under their care.

Amy Knapman


General Practice Service Clinician

Amy has wanted to be a vet for as long as she can remember, apart from a brief period when she was seven and considered becoming her favourite primary school teacher... She graduated from the University of Bristol in 2011 and, despite also loving equine and farm work, decided to focus on small animal practice, as this was where her major strengths lay. She spent a very enjoyable three years in a busy first-opinion hospital near Windsor, before deciding that she was ready for new horizons.

In 2014, Amy joined Willows as an intern rotating through all their specialist disciplines, and got a chance to meet several of the primary practice patients while covering the emergency service out of hours. She loved the varied challenges this one year post presented.

Amy enjoys all aspects of small animal practice but is particularly interested in soft tissue surgery and emergency and critical care. Having now joined Willows’ primary care team, Amy is enjoying all the great opportunities that first-opinion, general practice work gives her to really get to know her patients and their human families.

In her spare time, Amy is an enthusiastic (albeit fairly slow) runner and has ambitions to run the Paris Marathon. She also loves hill walking, horse riding, baking and crafts, as well as spending time with her very naughty cat Crumble who arrived as a stray at her first practice and never left!


Sam Carrington-Brown


Head of Primary Care
General Practice Service Clinician

Sam graduated from the Royal Veterinary College London in 2007 and initially worked in a small animal and equine practice in the Midlands. After three years, and seeking a new challenge, Sam then went on to work for an out of hour’s emergency clinic. Wanting to broaden her knowledge and experiences further Sam then joined Willows as an intern. The internship gave Sam the opportunity to rotate through all the specialist disciplines.

Developing a passion for Emergency and Critical Care, Sam completed her internship here at Willows and went back to working at an emergency clinic for a further two years. As Sam had enjoyed her time at Willows she returned to do a further internship in anaesthesia and critical care, since completing this internship Sam has joined the general practice team here at Willows. Sam is looking forward to seeing some familiar faces and meeting new patients during her time in the general practice clinic.

Sam has completed a Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice and is studying for an exam in Emergency and Critical Care. She has already completed additional training in veterinary acupuncture and regularly sees patients at the clinic.

In her spare time Sam enjoys running, swimming, cycling and yoga to keep fit. She also enjoys ski holidays and the next challenge is to try surfing!


Georgina Wells


General Practice Service Clinician

Georgina graduated from the Royal Veterinary College in 2012. Before joining Willows primary care team, she spent 2 years in a rural companion animal practice followed by a further 2 in an extremely busy small animal clinic in the Midlands. 

Georgina enjoys the variety that general practice has to offer, but some of her favourite aspects include; working with nervous dogs, working up complex medical cases, and meeting a wide variety of animals and their owners. She is currently working towards an RCVS Certificate in Small Animal Medicine (RCVS CertAVP(SAM)) and hopes to push the boundaries of her knowledge and experience by joining the Willows team and working alongside some of the top Specialists in the country.

In her spare time, Georgina shows and breeds Donskoys (a Russian breed of hairless cat), she enjoys show jumping with her rescue pony Joey, and has recently taken up agility with her Italian greyhound.