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Meet the team
I graduated from the University of Life Sciences in Lublin, Poland in 2004. I worked in a few different small animal veterinary practices and hospitals before I joined Vets4Pets in 2019 after locuming here at weekends for a few years. I have an interest in surgery and diagnostic imaging and hold the BSAVA Certificate in Small Animal Surgery. Outside work I like to spend as much time as possible with my family and my rescue dog Woody.
I am an enthusiastic and dedicated Veterinary Surgeon that Qualified from the University of Agrico, Science and Veterinary medicine in Timisoara, Romania. Since graduating I have worked in Small Animal medicine and have developed and keen interest in canine and feline ophthalmology in which I'm currently completing and certificate in. I also like soft tissue surgery and small animal internal medicine. I consider myself and open minded person who loves outdoor hiking, travelling and motorcycling.
I qualified in Portugal back in 2018 and came to the UK the same year looking for a different experience. I have worked in a small animal practice for 2 years before joining Vets4Pets in July this year. I am really enjoying working in this practice! I have a special interest in internal medicine and I am particularly keen on the medical management of chronic diseases such as diabetes, kidney disease and thyroid and adrenal conditions. In my free time I like to go outdoors, spend time at home with my two cats and cook for friends. I am looking forward to see and help your pets!
I have been in Veterinary Practice since leaving school in 2010 and did my Veterinary Nursing Diploma at Moreton Morrell College. I spent a few years at a big practice in Birmingham where I gained lots of experience with a wide range of small animals and exotic animals. I work full-time at the practice and you will most likely find me in the consultation room. At home I have a young family of two small children, plus 3 dogs; Keelo (Staffordshire bull terrier) Lola (Cross Breed) and Odon (deaf English Bull Terrier) who are no strangers to the practice and regularly come to work with me. I also have an assortment of cats (7 to be exact), I have this thing where I can't say no to an animal in need and end up bringing everything homeless home with me! I will help in every way I can and love making pets happy and healthy again.
I have been in Veterinary practice since 2006 and qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2009. My career has taken me through many exciting roles, including emergency over night care, referral work with Veterinary Cardiologists and many years in general practice. I am now the Clinical Coach for the students here at Vets4Pets which means I support and train the Student Nurses in practice.
I have a young family now and they keep me on my toes! With a 4 year old daughter and a 1 year old son I come to work for a rest and to get my fix cuddling all the patients. At home I have a fish tank and two crazy Tortie cats called Leeloo and Tiger. Outside of work I am a keen runner and gardener. I enjoy spending time with family and friends, going for walks that almost always end in a pub lunch.
I graduated from the college of animal welfare in 2014 I spent a couple years in first opinion practice before moving on to working nights for a few years. Outside of work I enjoy walking my dog Eddie and taking part in triathlons.
I Graduating from the college of animal welfare in 2014 I spent a couple years in first opinion practice before moving on to working nights for a few years. Outside of work I enjoy walking my dog Eddie and taking part in triathlons.
I qualified as an RVN in 200, having worked in Veterinary Practice since 2004. I thoroughly enjoy all parts of practice life, especially supporting and training student veterinary nurses. I gained an RCVS Diploma in Advanced Veterinary Nursing in 2014. I have worked in private, charity and referral practice, seeing and looking after a wide range of patients. At home I am kept busy with a partner and a young daughter, along with a Cocker Spaniel, a 3-legged miniature Yorkshire Terrier, a Maine Coon x Ragdoll and 2 bunnies.
I qualified as a nurse in Summer 2020. I have two cats, James & Triss who live with me and my partner. I also have a miniature Schnauzer who lives with my parents back in Ireland. I have a particular interest in Diagnostic imaging and feline nursing.
I'm studying my 4th year in Veterinary Nursing at Moreton Morrell College. I'm the owner of two lovely black cats and have two recent additions of baby rabbits. I love to take care of all our patients in the kennels, making sure they're comfortable and have lots of cuddles.
I have been working for over 21 years now and couldn't imagine myself doing anything else. I've had a varied career starting with farm animals and equine vets and onto small animals. I have lectured in animal care and Veterinary Nursing at Solihull College and more recently worked with zoo animals at Drayton Manor on a part time basis. At home I have two dogs, three cats, a frog, a lizard and a husband.
Registered Veterinary Nurse
My name's Kim, I'm 35 and live in Coventry with my husband and 3 dogs. I'm currently studying at Pershore college the Veterinary Nursing degree and on placement at Vets4Pets Coventry as an SVN. I have an interest in working with stray and homeless animals and would be keen to work closely with Street Vet in the future.
My name is Cristina and I am the Practice manager and Joint Venture Partner at Vets4Pets Coventry Walsgrave. I have been around animals from a very young age and 1 years ago I started rescuing animals in Romania and discovered my passion and love for them. in 2013, when I moved to the UK I knew I wanted to work with animals and got a job at the clinic as a receptionist. I slowly worked my way up and 3 years later got the job of my dreams as a Practice manager. This is living proof that everyone can achieve what they want if they work hard and with passion. In my spare time I love spending time with my three rescued cats, Phoebe, Joey and Blue and with my two dogs, Didi and Buddy. When I'm not at work I love travelling the world, meeting new people and discovering new cultures. I look forward to seeing you and your furry friends at the practice.
I studied at the University of Suffolk and completed my FDSC in wildlife management and conservation back in 2012. After finishing University I wasn't completely sure what I wanted to do going forward. It took a few years before I found myself at Vets4Pets Coventry Walsgrave but I have loved it from the moment I joined the team. The team here are very welcoming and will strive to give the best care possible for all of your pets.
I have obtained my SQP qualification meaning I can dispense and advise on certain Veterinary medicines.
I try to bring a smile to everyone I meet and love to have cuddles with all the furry friends that visit the practice. I have a little black cat of my own called Kyo and a Labradoodle called Loki.
I finished my studies at college in 2011 then started working at a vets in Birmingham, my home town, where I spent many years. Here is where I rescued my beloved little French Bulldog, Ronnie, who I love dearly. I have always loved animals ever since I was a little girl and I thrive on caring for them.
I started here at Coventry in 2015 as a Veterinary Care Assistant. I then went on a career break to see if there was anything else I'd be better at. I realised after nearly 2 years that it wasn't for me and I missed that close relationship with the clients and patients at the vets, so I returned back to Coventry in 2017, where I have thoroughly loved being back and seeing old faces.
Over the years in the veterinary industry I have acquired 3 dogs, 2 very cheeky little boys Harvey (Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Oscar (the crazy spaniel!) and Ronnie wiggle-bum, (my frenchie) and not forgetting my beautiful black and white cats, Tinkerbell and Alfie. I love to unwind at the gym and I enjoy horse riding when I get the chance.
I have been working in the Veterinary environment since 2015. Whilst working in my previous practice I gained a Level 2 Animal Nursing Assistant qualification. Prior to this I owned a mobile farm where I took various livestock into schools and other establishments in Coventry and the surrounding areas teaching children and adults about their care and needs. I have lots of animals at home including a dog called Flossy, 2 cats, Parsley and Willow and a few chickens. I am currently enrolled on a level 3 dog behaviour course. I spend my spare time caravanning with my husband and working on my allotment, growing a wide variety of fruit, vegetables and weeds!
I have had a love for dogs since I was a child. My father told me wonderful stories of his childhood spent with German Sheperds and so, I too developed a love of the breed and dogs in general. At home we have our GSD x Malinois who we love dearly. My original career was dental based, but I had the fortune to break into a Veterinary receptionist role some years ago and I am very much drawn to the Veterinary environment. I feel it is a privilege to both own and work with pets. They very much soothe my soul and make me happy, seeing their personalities and hearing about their antics from their owners.
Hello and welcome to Vets4Pets Coventry Walsgrave. We are Leah Whitlam & Cristina Cozmescu, Joint Venture Partners at the Coventry Walsgrave Vet surgery. Please explore this website to find out more about your local Vets4Pets Vets in Coventry Walsgrave.
Emergency coverEven if we are closed, we have your pet covered.
Operating TheatreAn operating theatre with gaseous anaesthetic facility for surgical procedures.
Isolation UnitA special ward to care for animals with contagious diseases.
Blood Pressure MonitorUsed to measure the range of blood pressure as a preventative treatment to identify early signs of systemic hypertension.
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BiochemistryAllows an assessment of the functionality of a patients organs.
HaematologyAllows the assessment of a patient's blood and blood cells.
In-house LaboratoryA range of analytical tests and equipment to assist in the rapid diagnosis of illness.
X-RayGenerates digital 2D images of bones and internal organs.
Hospital WardSuite of custom-built kennels for the housing and monitoring of in-patients.
DentistryThe treatment and prevention of dental disease
Complete Care Senior
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Out of hours
34 Barkers Butts Lane
Tel: Telephone: 024 7659 5354
Standard consultations before 9pm start from £179.00. Standard consultations after 9pm start from £230.50.