Star of The Yorkshire Vet, Peter Wright, is a pioneer of animal care and a popular media figure. On his show, he provides audiences with a backstage back to the veterinary industry, combined with his likeable personality and The Yorkshire Vet shot Peter to fame. From his early career as a young vet to Peter's thriving role on television, his after dinner speeches retell his thrilling life story, infused with actionable strategies for remaining calm under pressure. As an event host, his celebrity appeal leaves audiences awe-inspired, ensuring that your event is unforgettable.
Based on two practices, Peter's and fellow veterinarian Julian Norton's, The Yorkshire Vet is one of the most popular animal documentaries on British television. Peter's practice, Skeldale Veterinary Centre, takes viewers through a veterinarian's typical day, including the rewarding highs and the heartbreaking lows. Originally the prestigious James Herriot's practice, whom Peter worked with as a young vet, Skeldale is famed for its family values and personalised care. From common pets like dogs and cats, to more complex animals like horses, the practice is widely respected for its high standard of care.
In 1981, Peter graduated from the University of Liverpool with a degree in Veterinary Science. From there, he entered the veterinary world and never looked back. Fast-forwarding to present day, Peter specialises in small animal internal medicine, and can commonly be found on British farms. As a speaker, he captivates audiences with his life story, which spans decades. Retelling how the industry has changed over the years, his expert insight is considered one of the most valuable available to book. Eloquent and entertaining, an after dinner speaker like Peter will thrill audiences.