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Vets4Pets Thamesmead

Meet the team

Thamesmead V4P Stevan Pesic

Stevan Pesic Dipl Vet, MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon and Owner

I am a qualified Veterinary Surgeon in two countries – my native Serbia and the UK where I am a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. 

I work with small animals and have an interest in diagnostics such as x-rays and ultrasound, as well as in soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery. 

I have worked in west Kent since 2005, working alongside some of the best Vets in the country and getting to know the pet lovers who live here. 

Your pets deserve the highest standards of care - and that's what we deliver. I love living in Kent with my wife, two lovely daughters and two cats who take up most of my free time. What little is left I spend playing basketball.

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Gabriel Bulgaru MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

I grew up in a farm, where I found my love for animals. I graduated in 2010 in the University of Lasi. After working for 2 years in a mixed practice in Romania I moved to the UK.

In the UK I started my career as a volunteer for Blue Cross and worked in two more practices.

I have an interest in general surgery and dentistry.

I began my work here at Thamesmead Vets4Pets in September 2017.

 


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Nicola Harris RVN

Head Nurse

My name is Nikki and I am the Head Nurse here at Thamesmead.

I have been nursing for over 26 years. Every day is different.

I have a partiular interest in Animal Behaviour and Preventative Health Care We treat all our patients as if they were our own animals and spoil them rotten.

At home I have a SBT called Katie and a DSH cat called Duggie.

I also have a 15 year old son who is more trouble than Katie and Duggie put together.


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Jelena Milenkovic

Veterinary Care Assistant

Hi, I am Jelena. I graduated in 2011 in Serbia at The Faculty of Veterinary Medicine.

I have been surrounded by animals since childhood and so the decision to be a veterinarian came naturally.

At the end of October 2016 I joined this practice as a Veterinary Care Assistant.

I really enjoy this job and I love working both with the animals as well as helping their owners.


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Kellie Wareing

Veterinary Care Assistant

Hello, I recently started working at the Thamesmead surgery as a veterinary care assistant. I have always had a passion for animals and love meeting all the clients and their pets.

I own two Staffordshire Bull Terriers, Mollie who is five and Prince who is three and I am also a coordinator for Absolute Bull Terriers Rescue who rescue and rehome English Bull Terriers. The rescue takes up most of my spare time and I also foster English Bull Terriers and love seeing them go off to their new forever homes.

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Kim Whymark

Head Receptionist

I started working at the surgery as a Receptionist in April 2016. I love interacting with the clients and meeting new patients. All the cuddles with the puppies and kittens is an added bonus to my job.

In the future I would like to develop my career and perhaps take further studies into veterinary nursing.

At home I have a Staffordshire Bull Terrier called Sandy who loves snuggles and going for long walks.

My free time is spent with my son, family and friends and travelling.

 

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Kate Roberts

Receptionist

In September 2017, I started working as a receptionist for Vets4Pets in Thamesmead. I absolutely love the job, mainly because I get to see all of the animals that come in to the surgery.

I moved to London from Shrewsbury in 2014. At home I have two cats, Rayah and Khalil who are two years old. I have had them since they were kittens and one day hope to have more animals!

In my spare time I like to ride my bike and enjoy learning about natural animal healthcare and nutrition.