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Kimberly Stee, Veterinary Neurologist at Dovecote Veterinary Hospital

Kimberley Stee

ECVN Board-eligible Veterinary Neurologist
  • ECVN Board-eligible Veterinary Neurologist

Kimberley qualified from the University of Liège in Belgium in 2013, then completed a rotating internship in companion animals at the university’s hospital. After that, she worked for four years at the Neurology Department of Ghent University, where she completed her ECVN residency and worked as a member of the “Epicentrum” epilepsy clinic.

Kimberley is interested in all aspects of neurology, with a particular interest for genetic diseases, epilepsy, neurosurgery and feline neurology.

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  • ‘a BIG thank you to you all for getting Jasper back on his feet’.

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  • To Rob White and the team at Dovecote, Alfie is doing absolutely brilliant” He is now back to the cheeky little chap he once was’