Corrado Fornengo DVM MRCVS

Corrado graduated at the Veterinary University of Turin, Italy towards the end of the last century.  

After a few years in his own practice in Italy, he finally moved to England in 1994.  

Corrado worked for a few private practices in East Anglia, Essex and London, and also for the PDSA before opening the Oval Pet Centre in 2002.

He has two cats called Isotta and Squeek, and 2 JRT's .

Marta Sanni DVM MRCVS

Marta graduated from the University of Warmia & Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland in 2014. After she graduated she worked in one of the biggest clinics in the city with small animals and exotic pets,

In 2012 Marta graduated with Faculty of Animal Bioengineering, Animal Husbandry in specialization of Amateur Animal Breeding.

She used to breed lizards (mostly chameleons) tortoises and snakes, and 5 of her tortoises stayed with her mum in Poland.

Marta's Interests are  surgery, x-ray, and  exotic pets

She came to the UK  in 2017 with her husband, daughter and cat "Maja" .

Marta's cat was with her for all of her study even going with her to Turkey where she went on a ERASMUS program for one semester.

Raquel Ojeda DVM MRCVS

Raquel qualified as a vet in Spain in 2013 and moved to the UK the same year to start a postgraduate training.

She joined us in June 2017 after working for other small animal practices in England and helping stray animals in India.

She has a particular interest in surgery and dermatology.

She is also an official veterinarian (OV), which allows her to issue Pet Passports.

When Raquel isn’t working she enjoys salsa dancing and travelling.

Mariya Mileva DVM MRCVS

Mariya graduated from the University of Forestry-Sofia, Bulgaria in 2010. 

After graduation she spent 5 years working in small animal practice in Sofia and finally moved to the UK in 2015.

Mariya joined us in December 2017, her interests are soft tissue surgery,

Feline medicine and dermatology.

She is also an Official veterinarian  (OV), which allows her to issue pet passports.


Lavinia graduated from the University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Iaşi, Romania in 2018.  

She moved to the UK in October 2018, starting working in small animal general practices.

She has a particular interest in internal medicine, imaging and cytology.

Her favourite part of being a vet is meeting new clients and cuddling all their pets and making them feel better and happy.

In her spare time, Lavinia enjoys travelling, reading and spending time with her friends.

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