Veterinary Surgeons

Dr. Ken Dolan


Hello, I’m Ken Dolan, Vet and Director here at GP Vets. I qualified from Bristol University in 1982 and have lived and worked in Tadley and Basingstoke for the last 30 years. It has been a pleasure and a privilege to know and work with many of our clients and to be able to care for their pets through all stages of their lives. I still have the best job in the world! When not working with the pets visiting GP Vets, I share my home life with my wife Sandie and our menagerie of a horse, 6 cats, 3 tortoises and an elderly gerbil.

Dr. Jonathan Wray

  • BVetMed MRCVS

Hello, I’m Jonathan Wray, Vet and Director at GP Vets. I qualified as a veterinary surgeon (MRCVS) back in 1983, at the Royal Veterinary College, London. I joined Ray, Gough and Dolan in 1990, becoming a co-owner of Gough & Partners in 1992 and GP Vets in 2007. I have been seeing first line general practice cases latterly in Basingstoke since 1990 and undertake internal diagnostic referrals. My special veterinary interests are diagnostics, plus general medical problems for both dogs and cats – as well as running an enthusiastic, high quality, veterinary practice breaking new boundaries in pet health care. In my spare time I enjoy exploring the outdoors by walking with the best dog in the world, Bertie the Border Terrier and travelling to France with my wife and, of course, Bertie. When I’m not caring for GP Vets’ pets I have a dog of my own called Bertie, who I may have already mentioned. By the way, Bertie can be found most mornings answering the phones, making appointments and taking treats in reception at Basingstoke.

Dr. Frankie Kennedy


I graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. I have been fortunate to practice veterinary medicine in western and eastern Canada and in many different areas of the United Kingdom. Over the years I have developed a special interest in the fascinating creature that is the cat!.To further this interest I successfully completed the general practioner’s certificate in feline medicine in April 2015. In my spare time I try to keep active with running, cycling and dancing. I also enjoy travelling, cooking and gardening. Unfortunately having a hectic work and life schedule precludes me from having any pets currently. My greatest achievements are my two beautiful daughters, Megan and Jenna.

Dr. Suzanne Stacey


I qualified in 1980 from Liverpool University. After working in Oxford and Northampton, I took time out to have our family which coincided with our move to Hampshire. Mr Brian Ray (when the practice was Ray, Gough and Dolan) asked me to do a week’s locum in 1990 and I am still here 27 years later! Testament to the friendly and rewarding team that make up our GP Vets staff. I spend most of my day consulting, medicine is my main area of interest and especially in our older patients. There are so many ways we are able to give the best quality of life to our more senior cats and dogs. Prevention too is an important part of our ethos and the Healthy Pet Club allows us to provide preventive health care at a discount. I am very much a country person so spare time is spent walking or just being out in the fresh air with our three dogs.

Dr. Sabine Tillie-Davidson


Hello, I’m Sabine. I have been a vet at GP Vets since 2007. I work mostly in our Tadley branch. Having qualified as a veterinary surgeon in Ghent, Belgium back in 1987, I came over to work in the UK ‘for a couple of years’ but liked it so much I have stayed here ever since. I’m interested in all aspects of veterinary medicine, but have a keen interest in dentistry and acupuncture. When not at work I love to combine my love of travel with my love of photography. My 2 cats Maya and Fynn are regular subjects of my hobby.