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Pet Doctors Seaford

Pet Doctors are your local community vets.  We are committed to caring for your pets and making sure your pets receive the best possible veterinary healthcare. Whether you have a dog, cat, rabbit, small caged pet, bird or exotic pet at Pet Doctors each vet and vet nurse strives to ensure your pet comes first!Our vets, vet nurses and support staff are all specially selected to work as a dedicated vet team to care for your pets. Pet Doctors – the vets your pets would choose!  


Our practice is a member of ISFM, which is the International Society Feline Medicine. This means we work to promote the health and welfare of cats through improved feline knowledge and we are a cat friendly clinic! We offer a small area in the waiting room away from other animals and try to ensure we make our practice as cat friendly as possible with the aids of feline friendly Feliway in the waiting room and consult rooms along with the kennel room for inpatients. And we can supply aids to make your cat's stay as comfortable as possible and minimise stress.For more information visit: or

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Your Team

  • Karen Scott BVM&S GPCert(FelP)MRCVS

    Veterinary Surgeon

    My career started after qualifying from Edinburgh University in 1997 and I began working for Pet Doctors in September 2002. I have developed several interests while in general practice but my favourite topics are feline medicine and surgery, dentistry and pathology. These interests developed and I went on to gain a Certificate in General Practice (Feline) in 2009. I have a lovely Staffi called Flora and a cat called Amos

  • Ben Remaj BVMS BSc MRCVS

    Veterinary Surgeon

    After qualifying from Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia in 2011, I worked in Australia for 3 and half years. I then went travelling through SE Asia and Europe before becoming a locum in the UK for 3 months. After taking on a position here for a month as a locum, I decided to take on a full time position in March 2015. I am currently on a six month sabatical back home in Australia.

  • Mirja Summers BSc (Hons) BVMS MRCVS

    Veterinary Surgeon

    After graduating from Glasgow University in 1997, I spent many years in several different private practices in Salisbury and Lewes.I have also lived and worked as a vet in Ghana for a year. I started working for Pet Doctors in 2010 and job share with Philippa working on Monday's, Thursday's and Friday's. I have 2 children and a Border Terrier called Hoops, who keep me very busy the rest of the time I'm not working!

  • Shelley Mildon RVN D32/33 MBVNA

    Registered Veterinary Nurse

    I gained my veterinary nursing qualification at Berkshire Agriculture College in 2001. I started to work for Pet Doctors in May 2007 but have been a nurse since 1999. I assist in the training of new nurses coming into the profession and have been a regional representative for The British Veterinary Nursing Assocaition. I have been to South Africa a couple of times where I have worked with a much larger species of animals and would love to return to do it again! I have a Jack Russell Terrier called Sable. She recently had an eye removed by our brilliant team and continues to do well although she is blind in her remaining eye.

  • Grace Wainwright RVN

    Registered Veterinary Nurse

    I started working at Pet Doctors in July 2014 but before that I worked at Brighton Sealife Centre for 3 and a half years. I moved to Pet Doctors from a practice in Eastbourne where I trained as a Veterinary Nurse. I have a keen interest in travelling and on one of these trips I volunteered at a elephant sancturary in Chiang Mai.

  • Mary Rose Bredin RVN

    Veterinary Nurse

    I graduated from Berkshire College of Agriculture in 2002. Before starting at Pet Doctors as a locum nurse, I spent 8 years working for a private practice in London. In July 2015 I returned to Pet Doctors as a permanent member of the team.

  • Emma Wright RVN

    Registered Veterinary Nurse

    I began nursing training at Plumpton College where I gained my ANA status but became fully trained at MYF Training College in Aldershot in January 2009. I started working for Pet Doctors in September 2004. I have three children and a scruffy Border Terrier called Tiggy

  • Lee Wilson SVN VCA MBVNA

    Student Veterinary Nurse

    I joined Pet Doctors in July 2011.I have completed several Animal Care courses at Brinsbury College, while working at a local kennels. I am currently training to be a Veterinary Nurse at Brinsbury College one day a week while I continue to work in practice where I receive my practical learning. I have a Border Collie called Bumble, a cat called Gizy and a Bearded Dragon called Draco.

  • Vicky Oag SVN

    Student Veterinary Nurse

    After working as a waste water scientist for Southern Water, I made a career change and began working for Pet Doctors in March 2014. I have previously gained a BSc (Hons) Zoology degree and have a keen interest in dog behaviour. I have previously worked at Brent Lodge wildlife hospital near Chichester and did dog socialisation at Dogs Trust Shoreham. I have interests in clicker dog training,rambling,bird watching and live music in my spare time (which I don't have alot of now!)

  • Gemma Bashford VCA


    I started work for Pet Doctors in July 2012. I previously carried out work experience at Pet Doctors, while I took a First Diploma in Animal Care at Plumpton College before going onto a National Diploma in Animal Management. I also previously studied for a NVQ in Horse care. In my spare time I care for my many unusual pets which include: a Gecko, a African Pigmy Hedgehog, Bearded dragon and Axotles amongst many others! I have returned as receptionist, taking over from Mo on Mondays's and Tuesday's after returning from maternity leave after the birth of my first child,Gracie.

  • Karen Hill


    I began to work for Pet Doctors in 1998 in Lewes and transferred to Seaford in August 2007. I know alot of our client's well and always enjoy a chat and a laugh! I work part time sharing my role with Gemma. I work Wednesday, Thursday and Friday's. I have two dogs, a Irish Setter called Max and a Lurcher called Lily and two cats called Rolo and Maisy.

Opening Hours

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8:00 am - 7:00 pm
8:00 am - 7:00 pm
8:00 am - 7:00 pm
8:00 am - 7:00 pm
8:00 am - 7:00 pm
12:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Consultations by appointment only.

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Brooklyn Road,
East Sussex
BN25 2DU
(01323) 894568
(01323) 491044

Free parking is available.

Out of Hours

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Vetcall Emergency Clinic
Freshfield Business Park
Freshfield Way
01273 621682

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