Truly I have started my career as a
veterinarian not long ago but this
period of time has changed my life in
Social and economic changes have
significantly repressed practice of farm
animals, so I turned my veterinary
activity towards to the treating of pets.
In our region, there are several
well-trained vets, and it is very hard
to get to the first base. Therefore I
have devoted most of my energies to
attain all the medical methods of
reproduction care and hip dysplasia
especially in working dogs.
Dog breeders supported and helped me to
do this. I want to thank them.
One fundamental pillar of my practice is
the in advance made appointment.
Nowadays nobody likes waiting...
The other substantial pillar is the
appreciation of the regular costumers by
different discounts and special breeders'
prices. As a practising breeder I know
how important to consider the costs.
Treating of pets has become a really
diversified science. I think an
omniscient vet does not exist. I don not
know everything either, but I know where
do my clients and their animals get the
most suitable and proper treatments.
Finally I want to mention life long
learning, repertoire of techniques and
permanent developing of my practice.
I graduated from the University of
Veterinary Science in 1994. The next two
years I did the national service and the
compulsory one year long medical
practice at the Department of Animal
Hygiene, Held-health and Vet Ethology.
In 1996, I was appointed to official
veterinarian and moved to Jászfényszaru.
Of course I started my private practice
, that mainly consists of domestic
animals. I also worked for a swine farm
where were about 300 sows.
In 2005, after I finished working as an
official vet, I was interested in pets'
practice. In our family house, a small
examining and operating section was
In 2009, I completed a PennHip course in
Philadelphia (Pennsylvania, USA). Now I
am working on the exam exposures.
After this course I made an operation
called JPS (Juvenile Pubic
Symphisiodesis) on 3 dogs with one of my
colleges, Antal Papp DVM (Talpas
Veterinary Clinic, Budapest).