Veterinary surgeons

Samantha Van De Struys
Samantha Van De Struys BVM&S BSc (Hons) MRCVS
Clinical Director
Samantha has worked in small animal practice since graduating from the University of Edinburgh in 2009. She started off as a vet in the Highlands of Scotland before following her roots back to the Wirral. Samantha is the clinical director of both the first opinion practice and the MiNightVet service and is particularly interested in emergency and critical care. Samantha enjoys the variation of both her roles.

Outside of work she spends most of her energy looking after her two young children and two Springer Spaniels. On the odd occasion that she has any energy left she enjoys running and hillwalking.
Angela Byrne BVSc MRCVS
Veterinary Surgeon
Angie is from the local area and qualified from Liverpool Vet School in 2003, working as a small animal vet since then. She has a particular interest in dermatology and cytology.

Outside of work Angie’s two children keep her very busy. Angie enjoys running and going to the gym and after all that if she has any free time she loves to bake.
Becky Cartwright
Becky Cartwright BVM&S MRCVS
Veterinary Surgeon
Becky joined the practice in October 2014. She grew up in Cheshire and returned after graduating from Edinburgh University in 2007. She is no stranger to Cranmore Vets as her first work experience placement was at the Childer Thornton surgery. Becky has a particular interest in behavioural problems of dogs and cats.

Becky adopted a very laid back cat called Brian and enjoys photography in her spare time.
Angela Manson BVetMed MRCVS
Veterinary Surgeon
Angie graduated from the RVC in 2004 and spent 4 years in mixed practice before moving back home to Cheshire to concentrate on small animal practice. She particularly enjoys feline medicine cases and is hoping to continue studying for her small animal medicine certificate.

Outside of work Angie has two young children who keep her busy. In the rare spare time she has she loves gardening and retail therapy. She is lucky to live in one of the most picturesque areas of Cheshire and takes full advantage of the beautiful walks on her doorstep.
Emma Strange BVSc MRCVS
Veterinary Surgeon
Emma joined the Cranmore team in December 2020. She qualified from The University of Liverpool in 2008 and has worked in small animal practice since then. Emma enjoys the variation of medicine and surgery encountered in her role and enjoys keeping up to date with the latest veterinary developments to help her patients.

Outside of work Emma enjoys walking her two dogs with her husband, meals out and going on holiday.
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