TeamWe are a tight, highly qualified team of young and energetic people who approach their work with passion. Our most important task is to treat animals and care for their well-being every day. In the workplace, we care for a positive atmosphere based on mutual respect, cooperation, equality and openness. We work together, sharing knowledge every day at joint clinical meetings. We support each other and together we strive for perfection. We are constantly developing our skills and training in selected fields, studying and participating in numerous seminars and conferences. The leader of our team is a veterinary surgeon Natalia Strokowska MRCVS – an inspiring, versatile, open and caring person who gives direction to our work. She gained extensive foreign experience by training, working and engaging in volunteering in many places around the world.
She graduated in finance at the Bocconi University in Milan and law at the Kozminski University in Warsaw. She gave up the opportunity to develop her career as a lawyer and decided to devote herself entirely to running PetCare – a project to which she devoted all her time and heart. Her great passion is motorization, so she can be found in a historic Mercedes at the retro cars rallies. Nina travels most willingly to her beloved Italy, which she appreciates for world-class art, cuisine, wine, and the approach to four-legged friends.
She completed a two-year postgraduate course in diseases of non-domesticated animals, and her professional interests include the medicine of exotic animals and dogs and cats. She participated in the prestigious ESAVS courses in the field of soft surgery (I-IV), as well as the radiology of exotic animals. Natalia has professional proficiency in English, she also uses Russian and Spanish. She has extensive experience as a medical translator and medical English teacher. In 2018, she started post-graduate studies at the Academy of Leadership Psychology under the supervision of the eminent business psychologist Jacek Santorski. Natalia is an experienced lecturer – she has performed at numerous international and national conferences, and also conducted courses and trainings for veterinarians and students. She is a co-author of articles that appeared in the specialist veterinary press. The topics of stress, professional burnout, compassion fatigue and the well-being of veterinary doctors in the workplace, as well as veterinary marketing are very close to her. That is why she set up a Vetnolimits blog. She loves to travel with a backpack to distant places. In her free time she dances, dives and actively spends her free time. He likes independent cinema as well as electronic, house and techno music. Natalia runs the most popular personal veterinary Instagram account @vetnolimits in Poland, which is followed by over 25,000 people.
In 2015, she completed post-graduate studies in the field of canine and feline diseases, obtaining the title of specialist. She participated in prestigious courses in fields such as dermatology, endocrinology and anesthesiology of small animals. She also completed training in local therapy in dermatology and in the diagnosis and treatment of skin diseases in dogs and cats. She constantly improves her knowledge at numerous lectures, workshops and symposia. Agata is also developing her skills in laboratory diagnostics of small animal skin diseases. In addition to veterinary medicine, she is a lover of a healthy lifestyle and gym exercises. She loves to read books, especially the detective stories of Polish authors. In her free time she likes to travel, and privately she owns a 14-year-old Ginger – a miniature schnauzer.
Since 2015, she has been associated with Warsaw patients and continues to develop her surgical passion in the fields of urology and nephrology under the supervision of a surgery specialist dr Jacek Stępkowski. Currently, Magda is during doctoral studies at the Faculty of Medicine of the Warsaw Medical University at the Department of General and Transplant Surgery. She is a co-author and co-organizer of the first Practical Nephrology Workshops for veterinary surgeons, the author of several articles published in the specialist veterinary press and a member of the European Society of Veterinary Nephrology and Urology. Privately, Magda is the owner of the beautiful Siamese cat Nuru, a lover of Italian culture and cuisine, and a fan of the “Siesta” radio programme by Marcin Kydryński.
For 5 years now, she has turned her whole attention to veterinary anesthesiology. During this time, she graduated from the specialization in Small Animal Surgery in Wroclaw, participated in many courses and conferences expanding her knowledge in this field. Every day, she focuses on anaesthesia of four-legged patients for dental, orthopaedic, soft surgery, spine and chest surgery, as well as patients in life-threatening situations. In her free time, she spends time outdoors with her family and the joyful Jack Russell Terrier. Monika likes cycling and long walks. In addition, she is a fan of coloring, as well as arranging puzzles with landscape views with a minimum of 2000 elements. She loves to read crime novels and psychological thrillers.
She participated in several dozens of courses and ultrasound conferences in Poland and abroad. Co-author and author of publications that appeared in specialist veterinary magazines. Currently, she is writing a dissertation on the ultrasound diagnosis of the urinary tract. In 2017, she began specialization in veterinary radiology at the University of Life Sciences in Poznan. Natalia loves skiing and is a fan of Formula 1 racing and tennis. In her free time, she looks after her adorable Staffordshire bull terrier, Bobo.
Starting in 2011 in the veterinary clinic in Ursynów, under the guidance of an orthopaedic surgery specialist, she mastered her skills as a veterinary technician. While providing perioperative care over orthopedic patients, she became interested in issues related to their convalescence and faster recovery. In 2014, she graduated with honours from the zoophysiotherapist course. She participated in many national veterinary conferences devoted to orthopaedics and animal rehabilitation. She has several years of experience in working with high-energy laser and shockwave, which are increasingly used in veterinary medicine. Her passion is manual and movement therapy or kinesitherapy. In 2018 she has also completed the basic taping course in dog physiotherapy. Patrycja is a co-author of articles on animal rehabilitation. As a veterinary technician and physiotherapist, she values the individual approach to each patient in her work. She is characterized by great empathy and commitment to animals. Patrycja is the owner of a Shar-pei female named Lala, with whom she loves to walk for hours. In her spare time, she often participates in cycling trips. She spends evenings on reading books – especially detective stories – and meetings with friends.
His second passion is teaching others. As an academic teacher, he runs classes in veterinary dentistry and animal anatomy at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences. He represents WULS-SGGW at international conferences, presenting the results of scientific research, conducted jointly with the Gdańsk University of Technology, Medical University of Gdańsk, Silesian University, Bar-Ilan University, Israel, Hasselt University Belgium, and Saratov State University, Russia. Over all, he is a happy non-human dentist 😉