Medivet Reading has three veterinary surgeons and an outstanding team of vet nurses. We aim to ensure your pet's health and welfare is at the core of everything we do. We understand the importance of having an experienced veterinary team that you can trust, and that’s why we deliver the highest standard of care to your pet with a caring and personal attitude.
Medivet Reading is a well-equipped practice with modern facilities that includes digital xray, ultrasound, dental equipment, surgical facilities, as well as separate cat and dog wards. Our facilities enable us to perform advanced treatment as well as allows us to be able to deal with most cases in our practice, including emergencies.
We have plentiful parking on-site. We understand that local traffic can be demanding during the early mornings and evenings. To better suit our clients, we provide consultations during afternoon hours in order to allow you an easier commute to your appointment.
As well as cats, dogs and small furries, we also welcome exotic animals, including small mammals, birds and reptiles to our practice. Please call the practice for an appointment.
If you have any questions or would like some more information, please give us a call or pop by the practice. We are more than happy to discuss any queries you may have.
Tel: 01189 871 693
Fax: 01183 130 102
62 London Road
Mon–Fri: 8.00am – 7.00pm
Sat: 8.30am – 2.00pm
Mon–Fri: 8.00am – 11.00am
2.00pm – 3.30pm
5.00pm – 7.00pm
Sat: 8.30am – 1.30pm
Our emergency out-of-hours service is based in Vets Now. Please call us on 01189 871 693 to be directed accordingly. Alternatively, call the practice directly on 0845 2234 435.
Robert Christian Wienesen – Veterinary Surgeon
I graduated in 2011 from Utrecht University's Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in the Netherlands. Before joining the Medivet family at Medivet Reading, I worked at practices in Dover, Darlington and Birmingham. I have a special interest in exotic animals such as birds, reptiles and small furries. I also have a keen interest in ophthalmology and anaesthesiology. At home, I have two pets of my own: a Frisian Pointer called Sita and a spotted tortoise. In my free time I love to road cycle and compete in triathlons, including half iron distances. I have a fondness of model trains as well.
Katie Knapp - Veterinary Surgeon
I graduated from University College, Dublin in 2014. I hope to gain experience in all aspects of small animal medicine and surgery. In my free time I enjoy horse riding and spending time with my family and friends.