Dr. Liz Barton qualified in 2004 from the University of Cambridge. She has a varied career treating all creatures great and small in the Lake District. She did an internship at a specialist centre, emergency night shifts and shelter medicine. Her clinical passion is diagnostics and getting to the bottom of an animal’s illness, in order to help them get better as soon as possible. Dr. Barton is also passionate about supporting the people in this caring profession, and has written extensively wellbeing and supporting families. She was elected onto the board of the Society of Practicing Veterinary Surgeons in 2019 to co-ordinate the national vet wellbeing awards. She has two dogs and a rescue cat with no tail.