My UK journey started in 2014 after I was offered an opportunity to join a large veterinary group. I was fortunate to have been able to work and travel around the western coast. Somerset, Bristol and Herefordshire are very nice places. Finally, I ended up choosing to settle down in Hastings.
I am owned by two indoors bunnies who enjoy destroying everything. Also, I get visited regularly by a feral cat who’s trust I am slowly gaining.
Both my wife Andreea and myself love travelling. Unfortunately, we all know how Covid-19 changed everything. Cooking takes most of our free time in the evenings, Andreea being the best chef ever!
I first arrived in Hastings as vet in 2016,
Worked for a local practice for almost two years. Decided it’s time for a change, therefore went for a larger practice. This gave me the opportunity to expand my knowledge. I had the opportunity to work with great general practitioners but also with specialists.
Before this, I was involved in PDSA veterinary work near and in London, in one of their busiest charity location in the South. I admire their work. Firstly as a charity, because of their huge support to pet owners who cannot always help their pets. Secondly, from the team perspective – it is hard work sometimes but greatly rewarding.
I joined H&B Rugby Club which gives me the opportunity to let off some steam and stretch my joints at training and games. I have to say it’s not as easy as a few years back.
First mobile independent veterinary service in East Sussex.
We started off with a small van for consultations, we have now upgraded to a large ambulance with a lot of equipment. We carry out full nose to tail health checks and can answer all the questions you may have about your pet. Patient and client care is our number one priority, it’s so important to us that you are happy with the veterinary care provided.