Our outstanding team of veterinary surgeons at easipetcare Reading are here to bring to you and your pet the best possible veterinary care at the lowest possible price. We have a hugely experienced team, and we would like to introduce you to them.
Head of Practice
Joined easipetcare in October 2013 after many years managing a variety of childcare settings as well as being an NVQ assessor.
She enjoys spending time with her teenage daughter and their cat ‘Meg’ as well as visiting family overseas.
Louise Marsh – Head Vet
Louise qualified from Liverpool Veterinary school in 2012, She started at easipetcare soon after. She excelled in surgery and is a firm favourite with our clients. Louise returned from maternity leave in February2015 as our Head Vet surgeon. She has gained experience in emergency care and will always be seen taking charge of some of our more difficult cases.
At home she has 2 dogs, chickens and guinea pigs. Toby, her border terrier, became a star last year after being stolen. After a media campaign, sky write and TV appearances (including a “Crimewatch” reconstruction) he was finally reunited with Louise’s family and her little 11 month old daughter Pippa.
“I graduated in 2006 in Lasi, Romania. Since 2010 I have lived and worked in the UK and in September 2014 I joined easipetcare. I love long walks in the countryside and travelling.”
Dorota qualified in 2008 from a university in Wroclaw, Poland. She started with us in 2013 and quickly became a fond member of the team. She enjoys surgeries and meeting all our fluffy friends for their operations. After gaining some valuable experience up north she returned to her easipetcare family to join our surgery team. Outside work she enjoys the cinema, meeting friends, eating out and spending time with her cuddly cat Rurek.
“I graduated from University of Warmia and Mazury in Poland in March 2015 and joined easipetcare shortly after. I enjoy all aspects of small animal work, especially diagnostic imaging.
My interests outside veterinary medicine include horse riding, travelling and walking with my doggie Stephan.”
The easipetcare nurses are all qualified Registered Veterinary Nurses whose names are on the Register of Veterinary Nurses, maintained by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.
easipetcare RVNs are trained and able to carry out all procedures within Schedule 3 to the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966.
Most important of all is that our nurses are truly dedicated and passionate about pet care and we honestly believe that you and your pet will just love them.
Tina Llewelyn – Head Nurse
Tina started her Veterinary career in 1997 as a kennel hand in West London. After working her way up in the practice, she qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2003 before taking on the role of Lead Nurse in Whitton. In 2011 She moved to Reading,starting at easipetcare in 2012. She has a great passion for surgery and is in charge of the daily operations list as well as being the Head of our fabulous nursing staff.
In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband and three children. She has a doppy Rottweiler called Brian who likes nothing more than popping into work for extra cuddles from our receptionists.
“I joined easipetcare in June 2014. After 7 years working alongside two animal hospitals in Spain I decided to come to England to work here as a Veterinary Nurse to improve and expand my knowledge. I enjoy looking after hospitalized animals and assisting in theatre. I am a dog lover and I have got a lovely Pug called Coffee. In my spare time I enjoy going out with friends, cooking, running and hiking.”
Anna Kopec – Animal nursing assistant
Anna has always had a passion for working with animals and spent 15 years working with race and competition horses. She joined easipetcare in June 2013 as an Animal Nursing Assistant. She also has a degree in Landscape and Garden Design.
In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and playing with her pets Hazel the rabbit and Spikey the Bearded Dragon.
“I am a busy mum with three wonderful children, 3 cats and 9 guinea pig. In recent years I have worked as an Office Manager but recently left to return to my first love – animal care.
Before managing corporate offices I attended the Berkshire Collage of Agriculture studying animal care. I then worked as a Kennel Maid for over 7 years. I am so excited to be a part of the easipetcare team.”
Our talented Receptionists
Sasha graduated from TVU (Reading College) in 2008 after studying beauty therapy levels 1, 2 and 3, business studies and business management. Sasha joined easipetcare in August 2013 after deciding on a career with animals.
Sasha enjoys spending time with her 3 cats, Fidget, Alfie and Wonky. In her spare time Sasha runs a very successful pet sitting and dog walking business which is going from strength to strength. Sasha has completed many courses relating to animals and wishes to carry out more in the future.
Hilary joined easipetcare in March 2014 to fulfil a wish to work with animals. She has had a varied career working in education and business, but most recently she has been working in a private health hospital. She loves animals and has owned rats, mice, rabbits, cats, bearded dragons, tarantulas, and snakes to name but a few. She enjoys spending her spare time with her family and socialising with her friends.
Her hobbies include reading, theatre, dining, walking and cycling – and looking after her loveable cat Alfie and lively and loving dog called Sasha. She is passionate about the wellbeing of animals and has recently rescued a very young squirrel and reared it for a couple of days until a new home with specialist care could be found.
Laylah joined the easipetcare team in March 2012, before this she worked with many animals as a groomer.
She has a strong passion for all animals and has a keen interest in helping rescue animals and has been a foster mum to many dogs. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and her 4 wonderful dogs.
Adele joined the easipetcare team in April 2015, after always having a strong interest in animal care and recently studied Animal Behaviour & Welfare at BCA. She has a strong passion for dogs of all shapes and sizes and currently shares her house with a very naughty black cat called Iggy, who she rescued from the streets of London as a kitten and nursed back to health.