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Meet The Ayr Vets Team | Vets4Pets

Vets4Pets Ayr

Meet the Ayr Vet team

Ayr V4P Kirstin Craig

Kirstin Craig

Owner & Veterinary Surgeon

I qualified from Glasgow Vet School in 2000 and have been working in small animal practices in Ayrshire since then. This experience in all aspects of small animal practice and local knowledge enables me to provide an excellent standard of veterinary care to my patients.    

I enjoy all aspects of my work but have a particular interest in all types of surgery and rabbit medicine. Outside work I enjoy eventing with my horse Obi and relaxing at home with my dogs Blue a red collie, Beryl the merle collie and cat Dizzy. I have also recently started keeping chickens!


Ayr V4P Christine Nibloe

Christine Nibloe

Veterinary Surgeon

I qualified from Edinburgh Vet School in 2009 and have been working in small animal practice ever since. I began my career in a large veterinary hospital in West Yorkshire and stayed there for three years before returning to Scotland. I joined the team at Vets4Pets in September 2013. I’m really enjoying being back at home in Ayrshire and getting to know our clients.

I enjoy all aspects of small animal work but am particularly interested in feline medical cases.

At home I have two cats, Harry and Jack, who I rescued during my time in Yorkshire.


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Pamela Barr

Veterinary Surgeon

I qualified from Glasgow Vet School in 2013 and have been working in a mixed practice in Ayrshire since. I joined the team in February 2015 and i am looking forward to being able to focus solely on small animal medicine and surgery here at Vets4Pets Ayr.

When I am not in work I like going home to spend time with my horses and my golden retriever Todd, who is the most badly behaved dog when visiting the vets!

I look forward to meeting all of our clients and caring for all their lovely pets.

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Julie-Anne Wilson RVN

Registered Veterinary Nurse

Hi my name is Julie-Anne and I’m a Registered Veterinary Nurse.  I qualified in 2005 and have worked solely in small animal practice.


I have a keen interest in exotics and wish to, one day, further my career by getting my Certificate in Exotic Nursing.

Ayr V4P Kirsty Watt

Kirsty Watt

Student Veterinary Nurse

I have been working for Vets4Pets as an animal care assistant since we opened over 2 years ago. I love my job because every day is different and there is always loads of animals in need of cuddles! I also take our Puppy Playgroup classes with the other nurses which is great fun! I would like to go on and become a Veterinary nurse and I hope to start the course this summer.

I previously worked for over two years in a Kennels and Cattery and completed a course in Animal Care at Reid Kerr College. At home I have a 10 year old Westie called Nell and a 9 month old Labrador called Daisy. Outside of work I enjoy walking, reading and socialising with my friends.

Ayr V4P Laura Burke

Laura Burke

Animal Care Assistant

I have recently joined the team here at Ayr in February, as an animal care assistant and I am enjoying working with a lovely team and meeting all the lovely clients. I have experience of 4 years working in a small animal practice as well as emergency work.  I find my job very rewarding and love all aspects of what I do.

At home I have 3 pets, Mollie who is a cavalier king Charles, she is 3, we enjoy lovely walks and cuddles, Poppy who is a 6 month old blue point tabby cross. Poppy has recently been neutered and has been very brave but still full of character. Also I have 2 terrapins called Coco and Chanel and have had them a year now.

Ayr V4P Elaine Henley

Elaine Henley


I am a Registered clinical animal behaviourist and Full member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors with over 20 years practical experience of training and modifying the behaviour of companion animals. Although working mostly with dogs and parrots, I can offer advice on a variety of species. As well as consulting with caregivers of pets who are displaying problematic behaviour, I also run a variety of dog training in the practice on Sundays. The aim of my classes is to teach caregivers how to prevent common behavioural problems from occurring as well as strengthen the bond between them. I also lecture on many Post Graduate Degree level courses and I’m an Expert Witness in court cases involving Dangerous Dog legislation.

Ayr V4P Georgina Kyle

Georgina Kyle

Practice Manager

I have been working in the practice for six months now. Prior to this I worked in Retail Fashion Management for 9 years. I thoroughly enjoy my work and look forward to meeting all our clients and their pets daily. My job is very rewarding and I am lucky to be able to combine my management skills with my love for animals.

Outside work I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. At home we have a Ragdoll x Persian cat called Mr Boo. I also still own my childhood pony Timmy who I got when I was 11 years old!

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Laura McCrorie


I joined the team in September 2012 as receptionist. Previously I was a student at Oatridge Agricultural College where I have qualifications in horse management. Before starting with vets4pets I was formally a riding instructor for 5 years. I love working with animals and people.

Outwith work I have my own yard with 5 horses, one is my ex racer Antique gold who had a very successful racing career. Also at home I have my 2 cats, one of which, Angel was hand reared from 1 week old by myself and thinks she is human.

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Donna Davies


I joined the Practice in June 2015. Originally from Lancashire I moved to Ayrshire over 22 years ago.Prior to joining the team I used to be a receptionist in a hotel and love meeting new people, now I get the added bonus of meeting their lovely pets as well.

I have always had cats since I was a child and have a tabby cat called Bert who is 21 years old. In my spare time I like to spend time with my family and friends, read and grow veg in my greenhouse.

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Jemma Curran

Registered Veterinary Nurse

Hi, I’m Jemma. I have been a qualified veterinary nurse since 2004, starting in my first small animal practice in 1999. I moved to Scotland in 2006 and love my new surroundings. Nursing has been my life for many years and I find patient care very rewarding.

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Christie Mackay


I have just recently joined the team here as a part-time receptionist. It’s great to be back in the practice after spending most of last year doing work experience here. I enjoy working here because each day is different to the next.

At home I am kept busy looking after my three year old golden retriever, Cody.

I’m looking forward to starting university in September.