Skip to content

Vets

Cecilia, Veterinary Surgeon

Cecilia graduated from Glasgow University and joins us from gaining some very impressive experience at one of the largest specialist referral veterinary centres in Europe.

Cecilia is a firm believer in providing outstanding levels of clinical care, using her knowledge and dedication in imaging and diagnostics.

Cecilia's passion is internal medicine and she is very much looking forward to completing a certificate in diagnostic imaging followed by a further certificate in small animal medicine. Cecilia is very much looking forward to ensuring your pets are healthy, happy and well looked after by our experienced Wimbledon team.

Outside of the surgery Cecilia enjoys cooking and loves to travel, last year venturing all around the world. Having returned to the UK she has now set her sights on adopting a Spaniel canine friend to share lots of cuddles with.

Vivian, Veterinary Surgeon

After graduating in 2006 from University of Sydney, Vivian worked in Australia for three years in small animal practice before moving to the bright lights of London. 

She enjoys all aspects of general practice, but has a particular interest in small animal dentistry. She is also an OV practitioner.

In her spare time she keeps busy with her young son, and elderly dog Toto. She loves to spend time baking and dining out.

Vivian is currently on maternity leave, we are all missing her and we look forward to welcoming her back to Wimbledon later this year.

David, Veterinary Surgeon

David graduated from the University of Liverpool and has spent the last year working in a busy small animal practice in London. 

Priding himself on excellent patient care and with a first class customer service approach, David thoroughly enjoys working up medical cases using a range of diagnostic equipment to help treat your pet. 

David enjoys investigating complex medical cases and is a confident soft tissue surgeon. His future aim is to complete a certificate in diagnostic imaging and David is currently studying to be able to issue your pets with a passport and complete export documents. 

When not in surgery, David likes to travel (Vietnam and New York) and play tennis, he also ran the London Marathon in 2017. Next year there’ll be no stopping him, it’s the Paris Marathon 2018! 

At home David has an adopted adorable geriatric feline called Jasper, who has no teeth but still gives out an awful lot of love.

Bridget Bliss: Veterinary Surgeon

Bridget grew up amongst Border Collies, various stray cats, horses and pigs in Millmerran, Queensland Australia. 

Bridget qualified as a Vet in 2012 and came to London to practice in 2014 before joining DNA Vetcare as our permanent South West London Float Vet in April 2016. 

She has a passion for small animal medicine and loves the variety of pets she sees travelling between our popular South London Surgeries. 

Bridget has a keen interest in ultrasound - a skill she is hoping to develop greatly over the next year.

In her spare time she enjoys running, yoga, reading and spending time with her friends. Bridget has also recently joined a local group where you can borrow a dog to go jogging with, to keep her company - sounds like fun!

Opening times

  • Mon - Fri: 8.30am - 6.30pm
  • Saturdays: 9:00 - 4.00pm
  • Sundays: closed

Consulting times

Emergencies

24 hour emergency service provided by the South London Emergency Centre.

Back Forward Home Print Close

Please wait... loading

Footer links and copyright info

© Wimbledon Veterinary Surgery