Medivet Peterborough Bretton

01733 333444

Hedley House, Rightwell East, Bretton, PE3 8DJ

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Main entrance at the front of the practice. Private car park.

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Vets Now Peterborough

01733 512192

89 - 93 Park Road, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE1 2TR

  • Your vet in Peterborough

    At Medivet Peterborough Bretton, we're passionate about your pet's welfare. We constantly strive to deliver exceptional care, and offer laparoscopic surgery as well as advanced orthopaedics and ophthalmology.

    We look forward to welcoming you and your pet to our practice.

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    We're a Cat-friendly Clinic

    Medivet Peterborough Bretton has been awarded a Silver Standard Cat-Friendly Clinic Award from the International Society of Feline Medicine (ISFM). This was in recognition of its efforts to create a cat-friendly practice and to reduce the stress suffered by feline patients during a visit.

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  • Microsurgery

    Here at Peterborough Bretton, we have state-of-the-art equipment to ensure your pet gets exceptional care. This includes a surgical microscope that illuminates and magnifies areas for delicate operations, such as eye and soft tissue surgery.

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    Orthopaedic Theatre

    Our vets have a keen interest in orthopaedic surgery and have a fully equipped orthopaedic theatre. This means we can confidently treat conditions that affect your pet’s musculoskeletal system. 

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Quick Thinking Heroics of Peterborough Vet Saves Dog’s Life After Marble Mishap

A dog who accidentally swallowed a child’s marble was saved by the quick-thinking heroics and clinical expertise of Medivet Peterborough Bretton vet Pedro Subtil.

Practice facilities

  • Disability Friendly
  • Free Client Parking

Meet the team

Pedro Subtil

Lead Veterinary Surgeon

Pedro Subtil

Lead Veterinary Surgeon

I’ve been the lead vet here since August 2017. I graduated from Lisbon Technical University's Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in 2004, then completed an internship at Hannover University's School of Veterinary Medicine before starting to work in practice in the UK. Over the years I’ve developed an interest in soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery, and in December 2016, obtained the BSAVA's Post Graduate Certificate in Small Animal Surgery. I’m passionate about research into veterinary medicine and surgery and strive to offer the best advice and care available to my patients. Outside of work, I live in Lincolnshire with my wife, who is also a veterinary surgeon, and my two daughters.

Carla Pinheiro Da Costa Leao

Veterinary Surgeon

Carla Pinheiro Da Costa Leao

Veterinary Surgeon

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Sara Valverde

Veterinary Surgeon

Sara Valverde

Veterinary Surgeon

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Susan Booth

Veterinary Surgeon

Susan Booth

Veterinary Surgeon

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Begonia Lluesma Conejos

Veterinary Surgeon

Begonia Lluesma Conejos

Veterinary Surgeon

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Juan Antonio Martin Alonso

Veterinary Surgeon

Juan Antonio Martin Alonso

Veterinary Surgeon

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Kelly Garbett

Head Veterinary Nurse

Kelly Garbett

Head Veterinary Nurse

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Lauren Thurston

Student Veterinary Nurse

Lauren Thurston

Student Veterinary Nurse

I’ve been in practice for two years, starting as a Patient Care Assistant. I hold certificates in animal care and welfare and development. I have a huge soft spot for spaniels, especially puppies, and have a cocker spaniel of my own at home called Winston.

Sammi Harfield

Student Veterinary Nurse

Sammi Harfield

Student Veterinary Nurse

I have a degree in Equine Sports Science and am soon qualifying as a nurse. I’ve been with he practice for almost three years. At home I have an 18 month old border collie called Molly and a cat called Loki.

Beth Brooker

Student Veterinary Nurse

Beth Brooker

Student Veterinary Nurse

I’ve been at the practice for two years and a qualified in animal management. I grew up around horses and have been riding since I was just three years old. At home I have two lovely dogs, an 11 year old Westie called Snowy and an eight year old toy poodle called Posh. I also have two horses, Polo and Lydia.

Gemma Trop

Veterinary Nurse

Gemma Trop

Veterinary Nurse

I qualified in the summer of 2017 and have completed further training in anaesthesia. I’m also a mental health first aider. I’ve been at the practice for a year after moving closer to the area. Outside of work I have a ten year old cat called Garfield.

Jay Ward

Veterinary Nurse

Jay Ward

Veterinary Nurse

I’ve worked in practice for five years, starting at the Bretton practice for work experience. I gained a diploma in animal management from Stanford college before qualifying as a nurse in January 2018. At home I have a lovely pet owl called Otis.

May Buckley

Client Care Assistant

May Buckley

Client Care Assistant

I’ve been at the practice since April 2019 and love working with animals. I’m interested in birds and actually keep 80, including an orange winged amazon parrot named Marley.

Gill Stafford

Client Care Assistant

Gill Stafford

Client Care Assistant

I started at Peterborough Bretton in September 2017 and have been working in reception roles since 1979. At home I have two jack russell’s called Lexi and Amba, and two cats called Polly and Poppy.