Olga EN

Dr. Olga Tretter graduated as a veterinarian in Budapest in 2010. Even during her student years she spent all her free time in small animal practice. After graduation she spent two years in Balatonalmádi (Hungary) at Lutra Small Animal Surgery, then in 2012-2015 she worked in England: two years in a private practice in London (Hill Park Veterinary Group / Harold Hill branch) then one year at Companion Care Chelmsford.

The experiences gained in England have influenced her greatly and in 2015 she made the decision to move back to Hungary with the solid intention of using the knowledge acquired abroad and giving the highest quality of veterinary care to her patients and clients. Between 2015-2018 she was the head veterinarian and clinical director of Körönd Veterinary Services on Andrássy út, Budapest where her main duties were performing dental and maxillofacial procedures, managing the the clinic and mentoring young colleagues and students.

In 2018 she finished her exotic specialist degree. As a member of the EVDS (European Veterinary Dental Society) and the RCVS (Royal Collage of Veterinary Surgeons) she had the opportunity to participate in many conferences and workshops abroad in order to further deepen knowledge in her fields of interest. In the fall of 2018 she gave a series of lectures to Hungarian veterinarians about canine and feline dentistry.

Zsófi EN

Dr. Zsófia Vass graduated as a veterinarian in 2018 in Budapest. After her high school graduation she started her university studies at Eötvös Lóránd University, Institute of Psychology. In the summer of 2009 due to the illness of Bagira, her 17-year-old cat she gained insight into the everyday life of a veterinarian and veterinary clinic. She then had decided to apply to continue her studies at the Veterinary University of Budapest, where she was accepted in 2011. Between 2009 and 2013 she was shadowing veterinarians in one of the main veterinary hospitals of Budapest and between 2013 and 2017 she was regularly visiting a clinic near Budapest. Even during the university years she had a keen interest in surgery and in exotic animal medicine. In her thesis she summarised the prospects of predicting ulcerative pododermatitis in hares with the diagnostic method of using thermal imaging. She strongly believes that comprehensive, thorough, gentle examination and up-to-date medical knowledge are the indispensable bases of healing and therapy. One domestic shorthair and 3 bengals are the four-legged members of her family. She is board member of the Hungarian Ethical Cat Breeders Association since July 2018.