Chirag joined the Clarendon House team in August 2015 and is primarily interested in surgery and pain management. Chirag has helped introduce TTA rapid and TTO techniques for cranial cruciate disease and surgical correction of upper airway conditions (‘BOAS’). Chirag has completed the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeon’s Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice (CertAVP), and will be taking further examinations in pain management and to become an Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Surgery.
Chirag was appointed Clinical Director of Clarendon House in February and is looking forward to helping the team deliver progressive and exceptional care to patients and clients at every stage.
In the little spare time that he has Chirag enjoys spending time with his young family, following the Arsenal, watching cricket and for a bit of peace and quiet walking the family’s Labrador, Ziggy.
Saibh obtained a Bachelor of Arts in French at the University of Pennsylvania before pursuing her Veterinary degree at Szent István University. Upon completion of her degree she spent some time working in the United States before relocating to England. Saibh initially worked as a locum before joining Clarendon House. Saibh’s professional interests include soft tissue surgery and dentistry.
Outside of work Saibh is an avid rowing fan and loves to travel.