We are there for you

Our practice team is looking forward to your visit

In the veterinary practice Dr. Morys work in addition to the experienced veterinarian Dr med. Vet. Ulrike Morys the internal and surgically experienced veterinarian Andrea Schmitz as well as four veterinary assistants.

Teamfoto Dr. Ulrike Morys
VET

Dr. med.vet. Ulrike Morys

  •  Studied at the FU Berlin, several years as an assistant in various practices
  • Member of the German Society of Veterinary Dermatology (DGVD) and the European Society of Veterinary Dermatology (ESVD)
  •  Graduate of the ESAVS courses (European School for Advanced Veterinary Studies) Dermatology I-III.
  • Member of the Academy for Advanced Veterinary Training (ATF)
  • Doctorate in animal welfare

  • Owner of Border Terrier “Fine”, hobby ornithologist, hobby photographer and member of NABU Düsseldorf e.V.
  • Sparrow project Düsseldorf
  • Cooperation with the Bat Rescue Düsseldorf
Veterinarian Andrea Schmitz
VET

Andrea Schmitz

  • Studied veterinary medicine at the University of Veterinary Medicine Hanover
  • Until 2002 assistant veterinarian at the veterinary clinic Grußendorf-Bramsche
  • Until 2010 assistant veterinarian in a small animal practice in Düsseldorf
  •  Since March 2010 working in the veterinary practice Dr. Morys
  • Special interests: general consultation, surgery, ophthalmology & cytology
  •  Mother of 2 children and 1 dog & 1 cat

Mrs Schmitz is an enthusiastic diver.

Veterinary assistant. Dana Wolter
Veterinary assistant

Dana Wolter

 

  • 2019-2022 Training as a veterinary assistant
  •  Dana Wolter will finish her training in our practice in 2022 and will remain with us.

We are very happy that she will continue to support us in the team.

Areas of responsibility:

  • Treatment/op assistance
  • Registration
  •  Laboratory

In addition to her daily work as a TMFA, she runs a successful family business with 3 children, husband and King Poodle dog Alva.

At the weekend, Mrs Wolter enjoys mantrailing with her dog Alva.

Veterinary assistant and practice manager
Veterinary assistant and practice manager

Larissa Pleiß geb. Achilles

  • 2012-2016 Training as TMFA
  • Ms Achilles joined the team as a veterinary assistant in May 2017.
     
  • 2021 Further training as practice manager
    Her areas of responsibility include:
  • Registration
  • Surgery and treatment assistance
  • laboratory
  • Ordering
  • Training management
    Committed and cheerful, she is there with heart and soul for all animals and their owners.
    She demonstrates her organisational talent every day, as she is the “boss” of the registration desk.
    In addition to her daily work in the practice, Ms Pleiß enjoys riding/driving a carriage with her Norwegian “Kwentin”.
Accounting assistant and veterinary assistant Fr. Goffin
Accounting assistant and veterinary assistant

Claudia Goffin

  • 1985-1987 Training as TFA
  • Worked in the training practice until September 1998
  •  October 1998- December 2002 Practice Dr. Morys
  • From January 2003 self-employed with mobile veterinary care
  • Since November 2011 back in the practice Morys as a part-time employee for treatment , surgery assistance and administration.
  • Since 2017 Mrs. Goffin takes care of the pharmacy administration, bookkeeping and accounting in our practice.

Proud owner of 2 Australian Shepherd dogs and 5 tortoises.
With both Australian Shepherd training to become an Anoplophora detection dog team in 2017.

Teamfoto Frau Nadine Reuter
Veterinary assistant

Nadine Eßers geb. Reuter

Veterinary assistant

  • 2002-2005 trained as a TMFA in a practice in Düsseldorf, worked in this practice until 03/2017
  • Since July 2017 she supports the team of the practice Morys.

Her areas of responsibility include

  •  Ordering
  • Treatment/ surgery assistance
  •  registration
  • Laboratory

Mrs. Eßers has a very good grip on the ordering system.

We also call her OP nurse Nadine, because she likes to operate a lot with our doctor.

She likes to laugh until she cries.

On the side, she rocks a small family business with her child and boyfriend.

Her biggest hobby is her beautiful garden, which she takes care of with a lot of love and dedication.

Veterinary assistant Lena Wipperfürth
Veterinary assistant

Lena Wipperfürth

 

Veterinary assistant

  • 01.11.2020-30.10.2022 Training as a TMFA in a practice in Düsseldorf
     
  • She has been continuing her training with us in the practice since November 2022.
  • Ms Wipperfürth will finish her training on 13.01.2023.
    Her areas of responsibility include:

  • Treatment/ surgery assistance
  •  Laboratory
  • registration

Ms Wipperfürth enjoys playing tennis in her free time.
But what is even more dear to her heart is cars.
Whether driving, screwing or cleaning she loves it.
At weekends she also likes to take her dog Flippa out into the forest.

Lea Marie Röddecker Tiermedizinische Fachangestellte in Ausbildung
Veterinary assistant in training

Lea Marie Röddecker

  •  2020-2023 Training as a veterinary assistant
  •  Ms Röddecker will complete her training at our practice in May 2023 and will remain with us.

The team is very happy that Lea will stay with us.

Areas of responsibility:

  • Treatment
  • surgery assistance
  • laboratory

Her biggest hobby besides her daily work is her motorbike.
She uses it to explore the most beautiful corners of Düsseldorf and the surrounding area.
Her other passion is martial arts.

Dr.Finkenstein
Profession, additional training and qualifications

Dr. Isabel Finkenstädt

Specialist vet for small animals

General Practitioner Certificate in Cardiology
– Cardiologist (heart specialist) certified according to the guidelines of the European School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ESVPS)

focal points
Freelancer as a consultant veterinarian for:
• Cardiology (cardiological check-ups for puppies, cardiological check-ups for older and sick
animals, clarification of anesthetic suitability using heart ultrasound, resting ECG, blood pressure measurement, pericardiocentesis and thoracocentesis)

Please call us in the practice to find out about the current consultation hours with Dr. Finkenstädt and get an appointment!

Education and professional career

• 2008
Obtaining the license to practice medicine at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Hanover

• 2008-2009
Doctorate and research assistant at the Anatomical Institute of the University of Veterinary Medicine Hanover (Dr. med. vet.)

• 2009-2012
Assistant doctor at the Bökelberg veterinary clinic in Mönchengladbach

• 2012-ongoing
Senior Physician for Internal Medicine and Cardiology at the Neandertal Veterinary Clinic in Haan

• 2014
Acquisition of the additional designation: Specialist veterinarian for small animals

• 2016
Obtaining the additional designation: General Practitioner Certificate in Cardiology (certified cardiologist/heart specialist) according to the guidelines of the European School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ESVPS)

• Since November 2017
Freelancer as a consultant veterinarian for cardiology in the veterinary practice Dr. Morys in Düsseldorf

publications and lectures

• 2009
Investigations on the innate immunity of the esophagus epithelium of domesticated mammals, dissertation Anatomical Institute of the University of Veterinary Medicine Hanover, graduation with “summa cum laude”

• 2011
Demonstration of substances of innate immunity in the esophageal epithelium of domesticated mammals. Part I-Methods and evaluation of comparative fixation, Acta Histochemica
Demonstration of substances of innate immunity in the esophageal epithelium of domesticated mammals. Part II – Defense mechanism, including species comparison, Acta Histochemica

• 2014
Anaplastic leiomyosarcoma of the urinary bladder and ureter in a young Bernese Mountain Dog. Finkenstädt, I., Engelhardt, P., Kleintierpraxis 59, Issue 8 (2014), pages 429-434

• January-March 2016
Cardiological lecture series in the Neandertal veterinary clinic