Christa Dam Hede
Veterinarian, Clinic Manager

Christa is a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) graduate from the University of Copenhagen and has worked exclusively with companion animals since her graduation in 2000. Her career began with 5 years at an animal hospital, after which she started Centrum Dyreklinik in Copenhagen. She has a keen interest in making a difference and continuing education has always been her highest priority.


Christa has further trained in both surgery and internal medicine and takes care of the more complicated surgical procedures in the clinic. She also has a great interest in heart disease in dogs and cats and is in the process of specializing in cat medicine. Christa is the first veterinarian in Denmark who has gained an Advanced Certificate in Feline Behavior, an exam that contributes to increased professional knowledge for the clients in the cat clinic.

Tea Bergmann Jensen

Tea graduated from the University of Copenhagen and became a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) in 2014 and has worked ever since exclusively with companion animals at several vet clinics, both in Jutland and Zealand. She has been a part of the Centrum Dyreklinik team since January 2020.


In the clinic she takes care of both internal medicine and surgery. She is always focused on the latest veterinary science, and keeps herself up to date by attending courses both at home and abroad.


“I love my job as a companion animal vet and I really enjoy making a difference in the lives of both animals and their caretakers. I take great pride in always creating it the best possible experience, both for our four legged patients but also for the pet owners.

Louise is a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) graduate from the University of Copenhagen in 2016 and has since her graduation worked exclusively with companion animals.


Louise started her career at an animal clinic in North Zealand and has previously also volunteered for both street dogs and research projects abroad. 


Louise is a very versatile and empathetic veterinarian who works with a calmness and thoroughness. Louise has achieved a certification in Veterinary Chiropractic from Germany, which has become a staple therapeutic option for the cat and dog patients in the clinic.

Louise is currently on a leave of absence, travelling around the world, but we are looking forward to seeing her back in the clinic beginning of 2021.

Louise Ellegaard Pedersen
Veterinarian, Certified Veterinary Chiropractor
Amalie Sejr Dinsen

Amalie graduated from the University of Copenhagen in 2013 as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM), specializing in companion animals. Shortly after her graduation, she was employed at Centrum Dyreklinik in Copenhagen where she has excelled and gained lots of experience in the field of internal medicine, dental procedures and treatment of rabbits, guinea pigs and other rodents.


Amalie is very committed to her fields of expertise and keeps herself updated by frequently attending courses of continuing veterinary education. She does this to live up to her motto: “things re more fun, when you are good at the things you do”.

Michelle Lyck Larsen

Michelle started at the clinic as a student in 2014 and became a certified Veterinary Nurse in 2017. Michelle is also a certified dog trainer and behavioral therapist, trained by Turid Rugaas. 


You can meet Michelle on a daily basis in the clinic where she is working with a wide variety of tasks. Both as a canine behavioral therapist and as the clinic’s head nurse working closely with the veterinarians.

Head Nurse (Certified Veterinary Nurse)
Siff Helene Krabbe
Vet assistant and receptionist

Siff started in the clinic as a business intern back in 2015 and has since then become a stable staff member in the clinic. Initially she took care of day to day practicalities, but as she gained more skills and attended various courses, Siff now assist in just about anything that require a couple of extra hands. For the most part however, she will be near at the reception helping customers and their pets by giving advice on everything from feed to proper administration of medicine.


Siff has previously engaged in a variety of courses and has thus gained interest in a wide range of different topics. She has always had a passion for animals and has grown up with several different animal species. In parallel with her employment at Centrum Dyreklinik, Siff is commencing a course of Animal Science at the Copenhagen University.

Kristín Jóhanna Adalsteinsdottir
Veterinary student

Tanya is masters graduate in Animal Science from the University of Copenhagen in 2017, specializing in nutrition, and feed for companion animals. Tanya is also a certified dog instructor and is currently training to become a certified dog masseuse.


You can meet Tanya in the clinic on a daily basis, where she - among many other things - shares advise with clients on weight plans for their pets.

Neline Wiberg Gümoes
Veterinary student

Neline is studying veterinary medicine at the University of Copenhagen since 2016 and will complete her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2022. She began working at Centrum Dyreklinik in February 2018. Her primary interest has always been working with companion animals, in particular within the field of clinical pathology.


Neline acts as the clinic's octopus. You will therefore find her in many different places in the clinic, assisting the vets, working in the reception and often on the phone, where she enthusiastically takes questions from pet owners and help them with veterinary related issues - always with great interest and always with a smile.

Cathrine S. Lindeschou Jensen
Veterinary student

Cathrine attained her Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Copenhagen in 2018 and has continued her master’s and is expecting to graduate in 2021. She aspires to work as a small animal practitioner when she has graduated.


Cathrine spends a lot of time assisting the veterinarians in their everyday work. She also takes the hospitalized dogs for walks, and helps to keep the clinic clean and tidy. 


If she is not giving the vets a helping hand in the exam room or in the surgery, you will find Cathrine at the reception and on the phone, where she is ready to help clients and their pets with veterinary related questions and issues.

Veterinary student

Amalie - nick named Malle - attained her Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Copenhagen in 2018 with the completion of a bachelor project that examined the effect of treatments for skin disorders in dogs.


Malle has been employed in the clinic since 2017, where the insight into the daily routines in a small animal clinic has given her a better understanding of the wide variety of areas in which the veterinary profession operate in. Malle’s particular areas of interes is clinical pathology and internal medicine in dogs, cats and rodents.


Malle holds – like her veterinary student colleagues in the clinic – a multifunction role, helping out at the recption, taking customer calls, and often assisting one of the veterinarians in their work.

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