About Us


Dr Jeremy Kemp-Symonds, BA (Hons), BSc (Hons), MSc, BVMS, PGCHE, MRCVS

Jeremy qualified from the University of Glasgow’s Veterinary School, but also holds degrees from the University of Birmingham, Nottingham Trent University and the Royal Veterinary College, London. After working at the world-renowned Animal Health Trust in Newmarket for a number of years, his private practice now concentrates entirely on the treatment of horses, ponies and donkeys with skin tumours and Jeremy works with numerous veterinary practices and equine charities throughout the United Kingdom.

Jeremy is a member of both the British Medical Laser Association (BMLA) and the European Laser Association (ELA); he is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM) and a Visiting Fellow at Nottingham Trent University. In addition, he is a member of the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA), the British Veterinary Association (BVA), was a former trustee and treasurer for the BEVA Trust and is the Veterinary Consultant for the rescue and welfare charity Bransby Horses.


  • ”I just can’t understand why more people aren’t aware of Jeremy and his work….. I was determined to find a different route and went against the tide of opinions ……A massive thank you to you and Jeremy.”
    - Alexandra, 2016
  • ”I can’t thank you and Jeremy enough for how helpful you’ve been”
    - Erica, December 2015
  • ”S.... is doing very well. The wound site is very clean, healing well and looking good…… Pleased I went for this option. My Vets appeared impressed as well”
    - Jennifer, January 2017
  • Ziggy is doing great, will send the latest pc, it’s all healed, just a bit of tight skin”
    - Vicky, May 2017
  • ”Huge thank you to your team for such a fantastic job.”
    - Alice, August 2017
  • “Just thought I’d update you on William…5 years on and the sarcoids still haven’t returned. Hope your good work continues.”
    - Helen, September 2017
  • "We are so grateful for the treatment and care Eric's received over the past year for his sarcoids, and couldn't have asked for a better outcome."
    - Kaitlin, Essex
  • “Polly was operated on under standing sedation, with a local anaesthetic and just an hour later was as bright as a button and sarcoid free!”

    - Alexandra, from Chester
  • “We are very pleased with Caradog’s progress. When our regular vet called to see Caradog last week his reaction was “Wow”!”

    - Neville, from Hereford