Dr. Linda Simon

Veterinary Surgeon

Linda Simon MVB MRCVS is a vet who qualified from UCD, Dublin as top of her class in internal medicine. Since then, she has worked in a range of clinics in London (including the RSPCA and Goddard’s) and now works as a locum vet. Her special interests include geriatric pet care, pet nutrition and dermatology.


Dog Health

Dog Nutrition

Senior Dog Care

Qualifications: Veterinary Surgeon, MVB MRCVS

Education: Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, Graduated from UCD Dublin



Since graduating in 2013, Linda has worked as a locum vet for various practices in London. These have included charities, emergency clinics, and well-known veterinary practices.

During this time, she's worked with a range of companion animals, including dogs, guinea pigs, cats and rabbits. Her special interests include geriatric pet care, pet nutrition and dermatology.

Aside from her work as a locum vet, Linda is the vet consultant for Pooch & Mutt dog food company. She is a part-time writer and editor of veterinary articles for companies including Woman Magazine, Wag! and VetHelp Direct. She has also provided online veterinary assistance since 2018, for websites such as Vetster and JustAnswer.


Dr. Linda Simon completed her education at the UCD School of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. She graduated top of her year in internal medicine. Linda is a fellow of the British Veterinary Association and a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.

Latest Articles From This Author

A senior dog with CCD

Canine Cognitive Dysfunction: A Vet Answers Your Questions

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A vet's explanation of common signs of CCD

6 Signs of Canine Dementia in Dogs (A Vet’s Perspective)

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