Eifion is the senior partner and has been with Aeron Vets since 1986 when he returned from mixed practice in Anglesey to work alongside his father.
He now enjoys the challenge of cattle and equine fertility work, and providing herd health plans for our farm clients.
Mark is our Irish vet and has been working here from 2004 since graduating class of 2000 from Dublin.
He particularly relishes the rough and tumble aspect of the cattle work thrown at him in mixed practice, and enjoys keeping up to date with new advances in cattle medicine regularly going abroad for conferences.
Colette joined Aeron Vets straight from finishing University in Liverpool in 2000, and became a partner 4 years later. She now specialises in small animal surgery and general equine work, which unfortunately doesn’t leave her much time to ride her own horses!
Frances arrived in November 2007 following graduation from the Royal Veterinary college in London and has since been nominated for Pet Plan Vet of the Year! She now enjoys all aspects of mixed practice accompanied by her faithful three legged friend Pingu.
Becci graduated from Glasgow Vet School in 2010 and has since her time between mixed practice in the UK and adventures abroad in New Zealand and the Cook Islands. She is the newest member of the team, starting in October 2014 and enjoys working with small and large animals. At the weekends she can be found running with her dog Oscar, or kayaking around the West Wales coastline.
Carys has been with the practice for 20years in many different guises and now has the unenviable job of practice manager organising 5 vets! Her job varies from admin to hands on and she enjoys the challenge of working for a busy rural practice.
Mrs Jenkins has been with the practice almost since it started up over 50 years ago, and has continued to rule over the practice accounts ever since. She also runs the office in Tregaron and keeps an eye on the local farmers every Tuesday market day.
Shan has been working part time for Aeron Vets for the last 10 years
and adds to the family atmosphere at the practice.
She spends the majority of her time caring for the many surgical patients that come through the doors.