Fixed prices. Fixed pets.
Veterinary Orthopaedic Centre
Our mission is to provide a high quality veterinary orthopaedic service for companion animals. We aim to give clear communication about options, costs and progress throughout your pet’s care. Decision making is a shared process and we will support you to ensure we make the best choices for you and your pet based on individual needs and circumstances.
To achieve this we set up and built Southpaw. We are a family run independent referral practice situated on our farm in the beautiful Cotswolds.
All of the team at Southpaw understand that our pets bring us immense happiness on many levels – their loyalty and companionship, watching them at play, the simple pleasure of taking them for walks or the pride in those that work for us.
Our aim is to help your pets get back to the things you enjoy doing with them and we strive to do this with compassion and skill. We recognise that your pets are an integral part of your families and we will treat them as if they are part of ours.
The Southpaw team is small but mighty and comprised of the following animal mending ninjas…
Bruce D. Campbell
BVM&S CertSAS MRCVS
RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Surgery
Bruce has spent over a decade working as an orthopaedic referral vet in a specialist multidisciplinary referral practice. During this time he has gained a wide range of experience in orthopaedic diagnostics and treatments.
He attained the RCVS Certificate in Small Animal Surgery in 2008 and has been on the RCVS list of Advanced Practitioners in Small Animal Surgery since its inception in 2015. He has an interest in all things limb and loves seeing his patients on the road to recovery.
Helen R. Campbell
BVM&S MRCVS FRCPath
Helen worked in mixed and small animal practice for five years before joining a veterinary diagnostic laboratory to undertake further training as a clinical pathologist. She attained her Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists in 2011. She can provide rapid in-house synovial fluid analysis, cytology and interpretation of blood test results, and loves helping owners and referring vets.
Georgina V. Daly
DipAVN Small Animal RVN
Georgina qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in 2016 and went on to achieve the Diploma in Advanced Veterinary Nursing in 2019. This involved detailed study of anaesthesia, diagnostic imaging and theatre practice. She has worked in specialist referral practice throughout her career, dealing with a range of complex cases. She understands the importance of combining up to date scientific practice with traditional TLC to give the best care to her patients.