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Meet the highly qualified and caring team of vets at St-David Veterinary Centre

Menna Morgan

Menna Morgan


Menna opened the surgery on her own in 1997 and admits to still having the same pleasure when dealing and caring for animals as she did when she first graduated. Menna boasts real sporting pedigree with international honours in basketball; playing and coaching, along with years of playing cricket for St Fagans. Menna’s obsession with sport now finds her, time permitting, running or walking high and low, almost always with her canine companions. If you can hear test match cricket in the background during your visit, it will be from Menna’s radio!

Claire Masling-Jones

Claire Masling-Jones


Claire has been involved with the practice since 2001 when she started seeing practice here as a vet student. When she qualified as a vet she spent 18 months working as a farm, equine and small animal vet in Scotland. She returned home to Cardiff and began working for the practice in 2005. Since then she has progressed from a recent graduate to a senior vet and is now the Clinical Director. She holds a certificate in Small Animal Surgery and is currently studying for an Advanced Certificate in Soft Tissue Surgery. Claire loves performing complex procedures and allows us to offer a wider range of surgeries than most first opinion practices.
Claire loves the outdoors and spends a lot of her free time out walking her crazy springer spaniel Stanley. She has 2 daughters who also keep her busy and once Covid has gone away she is keen to resume travelling.
Bethan Davies

Bethan Davies


Beth has been at the practice since 2009. She has been involved with the surgery long before joining as a veterinary employee; first seeing work experience and then an animal care assistant. Beth has travelled extensively, collecting wonderful memories from South East Asia and Australia, including a visit to one Mr R Crowe’s farm. Beth has a keen interest in further imaging and in 2015 passed her GP post graduate certificate in diagnostic imaging.

Branwen Davis


Branwen, a welsh speaking vet, joined the surgery in 2014 moving from a busy small animal practice in Newport. She gained her ESPVS General Practice Certificate in Small Animal Medicine in 2005 and has a keen interest in cardiology, internal medicine and all things feline. Branwen in addition to a busy home life with husband Jonathan and two daughters cares for her two cats – Martyn Williams and Mike Catt. She is a passionate Welsh Rugby Supporter.

Sion Rowlands


Sion, a welsh speaking vet, joined the surgery in 2005. Since 1997 he has worked in a number of practices in the UK and even remote parts of Australia. Outside his interests in small animal medicine and adventure sports he claims to be the only vet in Wales to have applied sun tan ointment to an elephant (whilst on work experience in a Zimbabwe animal hospital)!

Alfie Latham

Alfie joined the team at St David Vets as a new graduate in 2018 after graduating from the University of Bristol. He is originally from Pembrokeshire so feels right at home being back in Wales! He enjoys all aspects of general Veterinary practice, and in particular surgery. Outside of work Alfie enjoys going to the gym, Running (completing his first marathon last autumn) and travelling most recently to South Africa on safari.

Giulia Spina

Giulia graduated as a Vet from Messina Vet school in 2009, She has been working in different Practices in Italy before moving to Cardiff and joining St David Vets. She loves internal medicine and cytology. During her spare time she plays sport and goes to Sicily. She is a proud Italian rugby supporter.

Roxanne Wild

Roxanne joined the team at St David Vets as Lead Veterinary surgeon at the Llanishen branch in March 2019. Roxanne is originally from Swansea and after graduating from the Royal Veterinary College in 2008 worked as a large animal vet in east England for 2 years before moving back to Wales. Roxanne has worked in small animal practice in Cardiff and Newport ever since and has taken the occasional career break to travel to India, Nepal, South East Asia and Australia, and to locum around the UK.
Roxanne has a keen interest in soft tissue surgery, wound reconstruction after trauma, medicine and surgery of the eyes, and enjoys all aspects of caring for pets and their people. Roxanne aslo has a keen interest in mentoring and coaching colleagues, and promoting healthy work based culture within the Veterinary profession.
Roxanne enjoys running, yoga, hiking, exploring, and spending time with her family in her spare time.

Katrina Cordell


I’m Katrina. I grew up in Essex but moved to Bristol for university and have been working in small animal practice since graduating in 2011. I gained a postgraduate certificate in small animal surgery in 2018 but my main passion is treating joint disease in dogs and cats especially osteoarthritis. I joined St David’s in March 2021.I have a 10 year old Staffie X English bull terrier called Billy who I rescued after he was abandoned at a practice where I was working as a locum.I’m my spare time I am an avid gardener, growing my own fruit and veg. I also love to cook and bake, mostly bread and cakes but don’t do this often as it doesn’t last long in our house!


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Mary Dunn


Louie Webber

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from the University of Surrey in July 2020
Originally from South London but family now live in Kent where I go home to see my mum and her 8 (yes, 8) dogs.
Outside of work I enjoy going to the gym, watching rugby, going on dog walks with my black Labrador Murphy and looking at/driving nice cars.
I am interested in neurology and may pursue a career in this later in life but for now I’m very happy in first opinion practice.