Your Dartford Team

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Our outstanding team of veterinary surgeons, nurses and supporting staff members are here to bring to you and your pet the best possible care at the best possible price.

Head of Practice

Lisa Wilson

“I am delighted to have taken on the role of Practice Manager at Easipetcare Dartford. Having spent many years working in education, I am looking forward to the variety of challenges that this new role will bring.”

Our Vets

best vet in dartfordCamilla – Head Veterinary Surgeon

“I qualified in April 2012 and I have worked for easipetcare since 2013. I joined the Dartford team in December 2015. I have a keen interest in soft tissue surgery. In my spare time, I enjoy long distance running, horse riding, rock climbing and travelling. I am a proud owner of 3 rescue cats.”

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Rachel – Veterinary surgeon

“I started working at easipetcare after I qualified from Nottingham university in June 2018. My favourite aspect of veterinary is internal medicine, but I also enjoy soft tissue surgery. In my spare time, my hobbies include reading, yoga and dog training with my Cavalier Roxie. I am also the proud owner of two rescue cats Nala and Beerus”

best vets in KentDiana – Veterinary surgeon

“I am a veterinarian surgeon from Spain and have been working as a vet since 2015.  I love every animal in the world and I am so grateful being able to work with animals.  I am very happy to continue improving my skills in this country.  May I introduce my best friend and the love of my life, my dog Samantha.  She is a Staffordshire Bullterrier, sporty, healthy, sleepy and she loves to eat everything! At least she is happy and that this the most important for me. ”

Our Nurses

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Betriece – Head Nurse

“My name is Betriece Mash but please call me Bea.I have been a qualified Nurse since 2013 and previously worked at our Chatham branch when I first qualified. I have been the Head Veterinary Nurse here at Dartford since it opened as a full practice in Nov 2015. I have a keen interest in weight clinics and currently run the Pet Fit Club. I currently have three pets, a blue Budgie names Frost, a black Cat called Saiyan (who lives up to his name’s reputation) and an English Bull Terrier called Gimli.”

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Chris – Student Veterinary Nurse

“I have worked for easipetcare since June 2013. I started off on reception but my interest lied with helping the vets and nurses with the patients. I then went onto qualifying as a veterinary care assistant. For 6 months in 2015/2016 I undertook a head reception role in our Chatham branch. As Dartford opened in 2015 and became a training practice, I took the opportunity to work here and train to become a qualified Veterinary Nurse. I am currently a Student Veterinary Nurse and I am excited for my new journey. I am the proud owner of 2 crazy Labradors Esme and Shadow, 1 Sprocker Spaniel named Dom and 1 lovely fluffy cat named Ollie. I am very passionate about dogs and I run our puppy party’s which are held every Saturday.”

Our ANAs

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Amy – Animal Nursing Assistant

“I’ve been working in the veterinary industry for 17 years. My role is to make sure our patients are kept safe and comfortable. I have 3 Pugs and 4 cats who keep me busy. I am currently doing my veterinary care assistant award, which I am enjoying. I really love working with a great team.”

Our Receptionists

 Lania – Head Receptionist

“I have been employed with easipetcare since November last year.  I really enjoy my role and meeting all the lovely animals that we see every day.

I am the proud owner of 4 cats; Lollie, Stanley, Bobby and Winston.  Two of which are rescue cats from easipetcare.”

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Kayla

“I have worked at easipetcare for nearly 4 years! I love every aspect of my job and I enjoy meeting new pets every day. I am a proud owner many dogs, cats, reptiles and rodents! My pets keep me very busy when I am not at work. In my spare time, I enjoy being with my large family and travelling – when I get the chance!”