Giulia was born in Italy and moved to the UK for her Veterinary training. She qualified at The Royal Veterinary College in London in 2011. During her degree, Giulia spent time in South Africa on a research project about parasites in dogs that are transmissible to their owners, which highlighted the importance of parasite control in our pets. Once qualified, she returned to the South African townships to volunteer for a charity that provides veterinary care for street dogs.
Giulia then moved to Kent to work at a small animal practice for three years followed by a few years of locum work around Hertfordshire and Lincolnshire. She has been working with Bath Vet Group since July 2016, initially as the Night Vet and is now the Senior Hospital Vet.
Giulia completed a post-graduate qualification in small animal medicine through the University of Liverpool in 2021 and has recently achieved ‘Advanced Practitioner’ status. Her areas of interest are diabetes and gastrointestinal disease.
In her spare time you can find Giulia volunteering for a charity called 'The Together Project’ which she founded alongside other vets at Bath vet group. The Together project provides free veterinary care for dogs belonging to the homeless in Bath. She also plays volleyball, enjoys running and dog walking. Giulia lives in Bath with her two cats, Teddy, Freddy, and two dogs, Max and Pearl, and her husband.
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