You can count on a warm welcome from our team in Streatham, managed by our lovely Practice Principal, Julie.
Practice Principal (Reading & Streatham)
Julie has a background in International Removals and Shipping Management, but has always felt a strong pull into animal care so made the change when easipetcare Streatham opened up.
She has a passion for rabbit welfare, wildlife and walking. Julie’s favourite animal is a rabbit but find out more in Julie’s Q&A here.
Chief Operating Woof-icer
Peanut is our practice mascot at Streatham. Even though you won’t actually see him around the practice we like to imagine him just hanging out by reception lapping up the attention from his admirers and helping ease their nerves.
Breed – Havanese are affectionate and happy dogs. They do not make good kennel dogs and prefer being with their owners. They are active dogs and enjoy learning tricks and playing games with their owners.
Meet our Vets
Szende is originally from Hungary but studied veterinary medicine in Romania and graduated in 2016.
Since graduating she has been working in a busy referral hospital in Germany until she joined us mid-March just before the Coronavirus lockdown. While with us she is also studying for a certificate in Soft Tissue Surgery which will give her (and us!) the ability to perform more complex surgeries in the future 🙂
Meet our Nurses
Registered Veterinary Nurse
Debbie joined us in March 2019 and has years of experience in the veterinary industry.
She is an advocate for marine conservation and her favourite animal is a whale. Find out more in our Q&A with Debbie here.
Animal Nursing Assistant (ANA)
Janice joined the team in the Autumn of 2020. She has always wanted to work in the animal health profession and there is no question that Janice doesn’t love animals! As she is the proud owner of 6 cats, a dog, a guinea pig, a rabbit… and a gold fish! Find out more about our her in our Q&A with Janice here.
Meet our Receptionists
Joanne joins us as a part-time receptionist looking to renew her desire to work with animals. After leaving school she completed a BTEC in Animal Management Level 3 but got side-tracked into working in different areas. Receptionists have a lot of questions fired at them every day so her training should really help her with all those phone calls! Find out more in our Q&A with Joanne here.
Here’s what our ex-employee thinks of us
Anton (Head Nurse)
“I think, easipetcare is the best place to develop new skills. For me it was to have an opportunity being head nurse, working with talented people, to feel part of big family and sharing my own knowledge with others.
I hope a new employee will receive something special for themselves, with which they can be proud to work for easipetcare.”