Vet2U is a fully mobile, independent veterinary surgery aiming to provide a caring and professional service tailored to every pet and their owner.  By visiting your home for consultations and provision of care and surgery in our state of the art vehicle, we are able to provide a stress-free atmosphere for you and your pet.

Your Pet. Your Vet. Your Home.

Kate Higgs BVetMed GPcert(SAM) MRCVS

I qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 2009 and have worked in small animal practice since. Small animal medicine is my passion and I have completed a general practitioners certificate in this field. Having previously only worked in a static practice, I saw first-hand the need for an ambulatory service, be it for frightened cats and fearful dogs, or mums who struggle with children and pets, to elderly clients that may have mobility issues.

Outside of work I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, walking my dog (Islay), kayaking, geocaching and supporting the National Search and Rescue Dog Association (NSARDA) Kent.

I also have a cat called Dave and two guinea pigs called Alf and Marv.

Kerry Storey RVN

Since qualifying in 2003, I have worked in many multi-discipline small animal practices. I believe that Vet2U is truly beneficial to pets and their owners and I am passionate about helping the animals of East Kent in the stress free environment of their homes.

In my own time I enjoy spending time with my family, caravanning holidays and arts and crafts. But it’s not all rest and relaxation. I enjoy cycling and have completed the 65 mile British Heart Foundation challenge and have done the 48 mile Pilgrims Hospice challenge twice.

I have a cat called Santa, two dogs called Sybil and Flossie and a marine aquarium.

John Higgs

I worked as a Physiotherapist in the NHS from 2010 to 2018, but in March 2018 the opportunity arose for me to officially support Kate and her practice. During my training and work in the NHS, I have gained a multitude of skills that allows me to facilitate the practice from an administrative and PR point of view. This post has given me greater flexibility and I am able to spend more time with my daughter.

I am a keen outdoor enthusiast and enjoy walking holidays, geocaching, canoeing, off-road cycling and golf. Previously I have been an expedition leader with the Duke of Edinburgh Award, but am now a volunteer with Kent Search and Rescue (KSAR) and the National Search And Rescue Dog Association (NSARDA) Kent.

Glenn Storey

Originally from Leicester I moved here several years ago and very much enjoy living here on the coast with Kerry and our son Jack.
We are keen caravan enthusiasts and get away as often as we can with the dogs, even if it is only a long weekend in Whitstable.
While out and about we enjoy geocaching as a family, we even have some as far afield as Egypt.

Maintaining my marine fish tank is almost a full time hobby but it is most definitely worth the effort. It is the centre piece and main attraction in our home.

I started working for Vet2U in September 2017 and my main role is practice support, which includes deliveries, vehicle maintenance, ordering and stock control, processing blood sampling and any other help that is required…leading to my unofficial job title ‘Dogsbody’.

Other hobbies include cycling, but this is on hold while we wait for Jack to learn to ride, I am also a keen cook and can often be found making a mess in the kitchen with a glass of wine!