Brief info

"I have always loved animals. I love spending my days surrounded by them, and taking care of them and helping them. Being a veterinarian is not only a profession, but a way of life, to which I owe with satisfaction.
Proud to belong to the Mediterranea team, where we combine efforts so that your pets are healthy and happy. "

DATE OF BIRTH: July 6, 1980

Original of Castilleja de la Cuesta (Seville) where he studied primary and high school

Degree in Veterinary Medicine from the UCO (University of Córdoba) in 2003.

From 2003 to 2006 he worked as a clinical veterinarian in centers in the province of Seville such as the Guadiamar Veterinary Clinic and the Society for the Protection of Animals and Plants in Seville.

From 2007 to 2010 he works as Quality and Hygiene Manager for centers such as Carrefour and restaurants of the Zena Group of Restoration.

In 2011 he moved to the United Kingdom where he worked for the Food Standards Agency, in charge of the implementation and control of HACCP and responsible for importing food products to third countries.

In 2014 he returned to Spain and worked as a clinical veterinarian for the group Veterplus in the Axarquia of Malaga.

In April 2015 he becomes part of the Mediterranean Veterinary Clinic team

Clínica Mediterranea es un servicio completo, tanto de cuidado primario de animales que ofrece una amplia gama de servicios veterinarios. Nuestraas instalaciones cuentan con variass salas de consulta completamente equipadas, sala de cirugía y sala deradiologia y diagnostico por imagen avanzado.


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“Heartworm” is the common name for a potentially deadly disease caused by a helminth parasite called Dirofilaria immitis that is endemic in this part of Spain and southern parts of Europe. The adult worms are 10-35 cm long, the females being larger than the males. They are found predominantly in dogs though cats can get infested occasionally.   This disease…

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