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Charlotte Dye


European Veterinary Specialist in Internal Medicine, RCVS Specialist in Feline Medicine, Honorary Assistant Professor, University of Nottingham

Department: Internal Medicine

Charlotte graduated from the Royal (Dick) Vet College, Edinburgh in 1998. After a short spell in private practice she moved to the University of Bristol to complete a three year FAB-funded residency in feline medicine. She then embarked on a three year research-based PhD studying the molecular biology of feline coronaviruses. Following this she returned to a clinical teaching post at Bristol Vet School before moving back to private practice.

Charlotte achieved the RCVS certificate in small animal medicine in 2002 and was awarded the RCVS diploma in feline internal medicine in 2008. She gained the European Diploma in Veterinary Internal Medicine in March 2017.

Charlotte enjoys all aspects of small animal medicine and thrives on the daily challenge of problem solving that this subject inevitably entails. She has a special interest in feline medicine and is enjoying the opportunity to build up this aspect of the referral case load. Charlotte joined Pride Veterinary Centre in 2011, adding expertise in feline medicine to the team.

Outside of work most of Charlotte’s time is occupied by looking after her two young daughters. However, when time allows, she enjoys running and also enjoys playing in a local flute ensemble.


Best, E., Bush, D., and Dye, C., 2010. Suspected choledocochal cyst in a domestic shorthair cat. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 10, pp.814-817

Dye, C., Johnson, E.M. and Gruffydd-Jones, T.J., 2009. Alternaria species infection in nine domestic cats. Journal of feline medicine and surgery, 11(4), pp.332-336.

Dye, C., Helps, C., and Siddell, S., 2008. Evaluation of real-time PCR for the quantification of FCoV shedding in the faeces of domestic cats. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, 10, pp.167-174

Dye, C., Temperton, N. and Siddell, S.G., 2007. Type I feline coronavirus spike glycoprotein fails to recognize aminopeptidase N as a functional receptor on feline cell lines. Journal of general virology, 88(6), pp.1753-1760.

Dye, C. and Siddell, S.G., 2007. Genomic RNA sequence of feline coronavirus strain FCoV C1Je. Journal of Feline Medicine & Surgery, 9(3), pp.202-213.

Dye, C. and Siddell, S., 2005. Molecular approaches to the pathogenesis of feline. Molecular Pathogenesis of Virus Infections, (64), p.125.

Dye, C. and Siddell, S.G., 2005. Genomic RNA sequence of Feline coronavirus strain FIPV WSU-79/1146. Journal of General Virology, 86(8), pp.2249-2253.

Dye, C., Peters, I., Tasker, S., Caney, S.M., Dye, S., Gruffydd-Jones, T.J. and Johnson, E., 2005. Preliminary study using an indirect ELISA for the detection of serum antibodies to Alternaria in domestic cats. The Veterinary Record, 156(20), pp.633-635.

German, A.J., Cannon, M.J., Dye, C., Booth, M.J., Pearson, G.R., Reay, C.A. and Gruffydd-Jones, T.J., 2005. Oesophageal strictures in cats associated with doxycycline therapy. Journal of feline medicine and surgery, 7(1), pp.33-41.


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