Our caring and compassionate veterinary Team!

Meet the team that provides the care and attention to your family of pets. We’re pleased to provide exceptional care for your pets!

Our Vets

Dr Marcus Langer

M.A Vet, M.B, MRCVS
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Marcus graduated from Cambridge University in 1979, worked in the UK and South Africa before returning to Quarry House in 1987, becoming a partner in 1990.

Dr Rares Urcan

MRCVS
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Rares graduated from USAMV in Romania in 2015. After completing voluntary work with abandoned/disabled animals in Romania he joined Quarry House in May 2016.

Dr Bogdan Lupu

MRCVS
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Bogdan Lupu graduated from Faculty Of Veterinary Medicine Bucharest, Romania in 2017. He first came to the UK at the end of 2017 to work as a TB tester, working with large animals. His passion was always small animals and he joined Quarry House in March 2018. His main interest is surgery, especially orthopaedics.

Dr Vladut Neculcea

MRCVS
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Vlad graduated from Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Iasi, Romania in 2012.  After graduating he worked with small animals, and some large, in Romania. He came to the UK in 2016 where he worked with large animals undertaking TB testing. Being very enthusiastic about small animal clinical work he joined Quarry House in June 2018.

Dr Carlo Cicalese

MRCVS
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As of 17th July 2018, Carlo has left Quarry House and moved onto the next stage of his Veterinary career.

We wish him well for the future

Our Nursing Team

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Exotic Pet Owners

Our Senior Vet, Marcus Langer, has been providing Veterinary cover for Paignton Zoo and the Living Coasts for the last 20 years, and during that time has developed a degree of skill and experience that few Vets in General Practice can match. Many Vets refer cases to Marcus and clients come from Cornwall and all parts of Devon. He also sees parrots of all sizes.

From May 2012 we began a Contract to supply Veterinary Services to the Animals in Distress Rescue Centre in Ipplepen. We operate where possible in a specially-designed veterinary Suite at the Centre, but further- and special- investigations and Hospitalisation of critical patients are carried out at our Torquay Centre. We are able to provide on-site care to the majority of AID inmates, thus ensuring minimal stress and maximum health and welfare. Continued care to these unwanted pets can then be given at our 3 Surgeries once they have been adopted by their new guardians. We are very pleased to be involved with such a professional and dedicated Charity