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Vets4Pets Bishopbriggs

Meet the Bishopbriggs Vet Team

Bishopbrigs Vets4Pets Chris McGaugie

Chris McGaugie        
BSc (Hons) BVMS MRCVS

Owner & Veterinary Surgeon   

I completed an Honours Degree in Microbiology & Immunology before moving on to Glasgow Vet School and qualifying as a vet in 2004. I have worked in mixed practices but have focused on small animal medicine and surgery since 2007. I feel that this range of experience has given me the drive and ambition to run my own practice and I am delighted to team up with Vets4Pets.

I enjoy all aspects of working as a vet and have a particular interest in internal medicine and exotics. I am currently studying for a Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice with which I aim to deliver an excellent service to the patients and clients of Vets4Pets Bishopbriggs. 

Outside of work I love spending time with my wife, our son and daughter. I enjoy natural history, walking in the country and distance running if the time allows.


Bishopbriggs V4P Rebecca McGaugie

Rebecca McGaugie        
BSc (Hons) BVMS MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from Glasgow Vet School in 2004 having previously obtained a BSc (Hons) in Zoology from the University of Aberdeen.

Being a mostly full time mum to Ben (4) and Abbie (2) takes up the majority of my days but I really enjoy my time when working at Vets4Pets. 

As a small animal clinician I particularly enjoy soft tissue surgery, dermatology and small furry medicine. 

In our spare time I love taking the family swimming and on trips to the countryside.  


Linzi Sergeant BVMS MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon




Lucy Oldham MSC BVMS MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

I graduated from Edinburgh Vet School in 20136 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery and a Masters in Applied Animal Behaviour and Welfare.

Since then I have worked mainly at a small animal practice in Ayrshire and now work part-time so I can carry on with the job that I love whilst bringing up two small children and one big hairy dog.

I enjoy the variety of small animal practice but have a particular love for feline medicine, pain management and animal behaviour.




Jen Fraser

Head Veterinary Nurse

I qualified as a veterinary nurse from the College of Animal Welfare, Edinburgh in 2013. Since qualifying I have spent time in first opinion and short stint working in out of hours with some referral work.

I enjoy all aspects of veterinary nursing and each day is never the same. I am a clinical coach to Jade, our student nurse and enjoy teaching her and seeing her progress in her career.

Before nursing I studied Equine Management which lead to me working on a dressage yard in New York for a period of time.

In my spare time I enjoy travelling back to the Isle of Bute to visit my family including the family dog Millie and my horses, Butler and June, spending time with my husband, horse riding and going to the gym.

 



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Annette Irvine RVN

Registered Veterinary Nurse

I qualified form Edinburgh Telford College in 2011.  I then worked for a year in emergency and critical care and another in general practice.  I then decided to travel as a locum nurse to gain more experience. This involved more out of hours work along with time at the Royal Vet College nursing neurological and surgery patients which I enjoyed very much. I transferred from the Stirling Vets 4 Pets practice at the beginning of the year  due to wanting to be nearer home for work.

Outside of work I enjoy chocolate, coffee, yoga, walking my dog Opal and curling up on the sofa reading.



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Rachel Reid

Registered Veterinary Nurse

I qualified as an RVN in 2012 from Edinburgh’s Telford College in conjunction with Glasgow University Veterinary Hospital. I volunteered at various charities during my studies gaining experience with a variety of different animals including farm, exotic and small animals. My career so far has taken me around the world and back having lived and worked in the Cayman Islands for 5 months.

In my spare time I enjoy walking, cycling, going to the gym and socialising with friends. I have quite a geeky personality enjoying Sci Fi, gaming along with being a Netflix binger and avid movie goer.




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Jade Sherry

Student Veterinary Nurse

I started working with Vets4Pets Bishopbriggs in 2013 during a college placement while studying Animal Care. I then went on to gain employment at the practice as a receptionist before being accepted into a Veterinary Nursing Course at the college of animal welfare.

I am hoping to pass all my exams and GCSEs in 2018 where I hopefully become a Registered Veterinary Nurse.

In my spare time I enjoy going on long walks with my son, Theo, and Cocker Spaniel, Arlo.




Connie Brown

Veterinary Care Assistant

Bishopbriggs V4P Claire Quinn

Claire Quinn

Head Receptionist

I started with Vets4Pets in June 2011, since then I have had two little boys, Rocco and Leo.

I have two house rabbits called Opie and Ellz, which I adopted from Pets at Home. I also have two cockapoos called Enzo and Nico, which my husband to be and I drove to Somerset the week before Christmas to pick up. They are both crazy and I’m sure my family and I will have great times with them as they grow up.

 



Bishopbriggs V4P Catherine Blockley

Catherine Blockley

Receptionist

In my spare time I like to spend time with my mother and two daughters. I like to go to keep fit classes. I also attend bible study sessions at my local church. I also enjoy eating out and socialising with friends. I have a 15 year cat called Zak.




Bishopbriggs V4P Sheila Grant

Sheila Grant

Receptionist

I have been involved with horses since I was 10 years old. I worked on a stud farm when I first left school. At 20 I gained my B.H.S.A.I qualification. As a riding instructor I have also working in kennels and with cat’s protection.

I started working at Vets4Pets in January 2014.

In my spare time I ride my horse, walk my two Dalmatians, look after my 5 cats and my 3 children who are all grown up now.




Nicole Grant

Receptionist

I left school and went into full time child care work, where I gained my nursery nurse qualifications. After 5 years in this industry I left to work in Vets4Pets as I am an animal lover.

I have my own horse, Ellie, two Dalmatians, Halli and Beano and my two rabbits, Dipper and Delilah.

In my spare time I enjoy going out with friends and all things outdoors from dog walking, jogging and horse riding.