Asher graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2011. After a short period of travelling he returned to the University of Nottingham as a clinical demonstrator before starting a small animal rotating internship, with the university, based at the Pride Veterinary Centre, Derby. Asher joined the Trust in January 2013.
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