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Vets4Pets Chichester

Meet the Chichester Vet Team

Luis Seco JVP V4P Rustingdon

Luis Seco

Joint Venture Partner & Veterinary Surgeon

I came to England in 1997 after graduating in Spain in 1996. I worked in various practices before joining Vets4Pets in 2001, although at that time it was called Companion Care vets.

After managing (with Jose) the Companion Care branch in Leeds for almost 10 years, we decided to look for a bigger surgery and better weather.

At work I favour surgery and orthopaedic cases, not missing a chance to assist and work with any of the specialists who visit our surgery to deal with those challenging cases that we have. That gives me the opportunity to continue to improve my skill and knowledge in those fields.

When not at work, I’ll head to the mountains (the only thing the south of England is missing).

Jim Toy V4P Rustingdon


Veterinary Surgeon

I have been a small animal practitioner for 41 years and have been working locally for the last 26 years. I split my time between both Vets4Pets Chichester and Vets4Pets Rustington. You'll find me here at weekends!

My hobbies include painting, writing, birdwatching and fishing; I also love singing, although no one else at the surgery seems very impressed! 

I have a Canicidal Border Terrier and a cat who is the terror of the neighbourhood, small furries and feathers alike.

Kirsty Sharpe

Kirsty Sharpe RVN

Veterinary Nurse

My name is Kirsty and I have been working in veterinary practice for nine years. I qualified as a veterinary nurse in January 2009. I’ve been working at Vets4Pets Chichester since June 2011 and enjoy working as part of a friendly professional team.

At home I have a lovely husband, a beautiful young daughter and three affectionate but cheeky cats named Dexter, Wicket and Mimi. I like to run in my spare time and enjoy spending time with my wonderful little family.

Serena Keary

Serena Keary BSc (Hons) RVN

Veterinary Nurse

Hello, my name is Serena. I graduated in 2013 with an honours degree in veterinary nursing and joined this wonderful veterinary practice in October 2014. I was born and raised in Ireland and moved here to embark on this fantastic opportunity to be part of this veterinary team.

I enjoy meeting new people and socialising with my friends at weekends. In my spare time I like going for walks, especially along the beach, taking up new and exciting hobbies and relaxing in front of the TV.

I love and adore little puppies so pop in for a visit with them for lots of cuddles and attention!

Becky Bates

Becky Bates RVN

Veterinary Nurse

I qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 1999 having worked in a small animal practice for a number of years. I started locuming at Vets4Pets in 2013 and became employed here as a part-time RVN in January 2014. I enjoy meeting clients and their pets and particularly love working in theatre, monitoring them closely during and after surgical procedures.

I have quite a few pets of my own, “Trooper” my collie/springer/lab/boxer, “Mortier”, “Moncey” and “Ollie” my cats, 3 rabbits, 2 guinea pigs and a hamster! I also have two children and my hobbies are walking, baking and spending time with my family.

Kirsty Wells

Kirsty Wells

Veterinary Care Assistant

Kirsty undertook an Animal Nursing Assistant course in 2007. She previously worked in two other busy Veterinary Surgeries in London before moving to West Sussex to be nearer family. Kirsty began locuming at Companion Care Chichester in 2011 and started full time in March 2013.

Kirsty has a giant rabbit called Bugsy who is incredibly spoiled!