Great professionals who love what they do:

Dr. Anna Esipova

Anna studied Veterinary Medicine at the State Academy of Veterinary Medicine in St. Petersburg, Russia. She graduated in 1998.

Since 1998 she has gained a doctorate from the Faculty of Veterinary Surgery in St. Petersburg, graduating in 2002 under the title Kandidat veterinarnyj nauk (corresponding to the Doctoral Degree).

Since 2001 she has been working as a veterinarian in animal protection in several shelters in Turkey, Bosnia, Russia, Greece, Ireland, India, Namibia, etc. Since 2008 in Spain.

The main field of her activities is the castration of stray animals held in shelters. Up until now she has castrated more than 40,000 animals!

The training of students in spay and neuter is essential and of great importance. Since 2011, more than 200 students from all over the world have been trained by Anna.

Laura Caballero Pastor

She has studied Veterinary Medicine at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain and graduated in 2016.

Since 2017, she has worked in Granavet Clinic. She is the veterinarian in charge of the GRANAVET Los Yébenes clinic. Laura has always stood out for her love and respect for animals, as she combines her work at the GRANAVET clinic with her work at an animal protection agency. This allows her to continue to have contact with the most disadvantaged animals.

Her training has always been based on street animals, as well as with infectious and parasitic diseases, and she has been able to develop this activity with different projects in different parts of the world (Belgium, Nepal,...). Through this, she has acquired the necessary experience for the work she does today.

In 2018, she carried out an animal protection project in Cambodia.

Valentina Schuster

She studied veterinary medicine at the Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich (Germany) and at the University of Leon (Spain) in 2015.

She met Anna of the Granavet clinic during her practice many years ago. She is interested in contributing to animal welfare in a basic and effective way and is very grateful to have learned the techniques taught by Anna.

In May 2018 she came to Los Yébenes (Toledo) with her dog "Rosa" to help us spread the ideals and values of the Granavet clinic.

Elena Caturla

Graduated from the Complutense University of Madrid in Veterinary Medicine, she has also been part of her training in Nantes (France) and Berlin (Germany).

She has also volunteered with different animal protectors and also has experience as a clinical veterinarian practicing in France.

She has a curious and open mentality for the different branches of his profession, being interested mainly in the One Health movement and Animal Welfare. We are pleased to confirm that she is an excellent person with great empathy to people and sensitivity to animals. Understand that pets are the best friends of man and is very motivated with our mission.