We are a small animal practice in Reading, first established as part of the Nine Mile Veterinary Group set up in 1985. We are passionate about animal care and our skilled team of veterinarians and vet nurses are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for your animals. Because we love animals and strive to provide excellent continuity of care, we are open six days a week and have access to 24-hour emergency care. For your added convenience, there’s free parking for clients at our surgeries.
Magda qualified as a veterinary surgeon in Poland in 2016 and has a keen interest in dentistry. She loves travel and enjoys learning foreign languages. Magda also has an impressive stationary collection!
Qihui Pang BVetMed MRCVS
Originally from Singapore, Q qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in London in the summer of 2018, and joined team here at Animed Veterinary Centre in August of the same year. She has a budding interest in exotics which she is looking to develop to help all our small furry and exotic patients. Q has two rabbits at home that run her life!
Jane Pomeroy BVSc BVetMed CertVR CertGP MRCVS
Jane originally started as a locum covering both Beltinge and Whitstable sites, she now works at Whitstable only. Her special interest is cats and is a member of the International Society of Feline Medicine has passed her GP certificate in Feline Medicine. Jane has two cats of her own - the first was acquired as a pregnant stray from work and the second is one of her progeny. Hence I have my "mad cat lady" starter kit. In her spare time she does some volunteering on cat neutering projects in Greece.
Attila Trombitas MRCVS
Attila qualified in 2007 in Transylvania. He has practised in several small animal practices across the UK. Attila has developed a keen interest in small animal surgery and orthopaedics. In his spare time he is a keen fisherman and gardener. At home he has a wife and a beautiful baby girl.
Carolina Vinga MedVet MRCVS
Carolina is a long serving locum vet and has been undertaking extensive training in diagnostic imaging. She is an excellent ultrasonographer and undertakes a large number of the ultrasound scans in the practice, both on her own cases and those of the other vets. She is also a keen surgeon. Out of work she enjoys an extremely active lifestyle with running and climbing featuring heavily in her weekends.
Mark Moreton BVetMed MRCVS
Mark joined the practice in 2002, having qualified from The Royal Veterinary College in the same year. He has always had an interest in veterinary cardiology and is currently studying for the RCVS certificate in the subject. Mark enjoys both cardiorespiratory medicine and surgery and also performs a great deal of orthopaedic surgery in the practice. Mark is available for consultations at the practice on a bi-monthly basis. Outside work he and his wife have a dog, which can sometimes be seen roaming the practice, two cats, two sons and a daughter, which all combine to keep them busy and sometimes make him glad to get back to work!