We're here for you & your pets
We are now able to provide all our normal services but in the safest possible way. When you book your appointment our friendly team will explain what to expect at your visit. In Scotland it is now mandatory that you wear a face covering when visiting us.
We’re now offering some vaccinations
In response to updated guidance from our regulatory body we are now carrying out some primary and booster vaccinations, where it is safe to do so and required or indicated for your pet’s welfare. If your pet is due their vaccinations please contact us for further advice.
Your pet’s flea and worm preventative treatment delivered to your door
We are now offering our Complete Care Health Plan clients flea and worm preventative treatments delivered safely to your door. Please contact us to find out more.
Safe collection of medication available
We are now able to offer safe collection of your pet’s medication and flea and worm preventative mediations. Please contact us to find out more.
Meet the team
I graduated from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece) Veterinary Medicine school in 2015. During my studies I worked as a veterinary assistant in many clinics in Thessaloniki. After my graduation, I joined the Greek army for 9 months and was transferred to the Military Veterinary Hospital of Northern Greece working as a vet.
Right after this period I moved to Edinburgh to study in the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Science and Roslin Institute. I studied MSc Animal Biosciences where I worked in the oncology department. My work was focused on the treatment of the lethal squamous cell carcinoma in cats and I graduated with Distinction. I joined Vets4Pets in 2017.
I always try to provide the best possible care for the pets and create a bond of trust with our clients.
Currently I am attending the courses for the Small Animal Surgery (SAS) and General Practitioner Postgraduate Certificates.
Finally I have pets, Frufru (miniature dachshund), Karla (Belgian Malinois) and my cat Mavroula.
Hi, I am Sung from South Korea. I graduated from the College of Veterinary medicine, Kyungpook National University in 2001 and worked in veterinary public health, a postgraduate school, small animal practices and a biomedicine company(as my alternative national military service) in S. Korea before coming to the UK.
When my wife and I moved to Edinburgh for her postgraduate study in 2012, we fell in love with Edinburgh. I became qualified as MRCVS (UK Vet) in 2015 and joined the Fort Kinnaird team in 2016.
In my spare time, I enjoy golf as long as the weather isn’t too bad, I also like movies, exploring, baking and cooking. I am a member of the WSAVA translation committee so I translate monthly bulletin and guidelines into Korean for my colleagues back in S Korea. I used to have 2 cats and 1 dog back in S. Korea but sadly they have all passed away. We don’t have any pets now but will have one (or more) soon after we move into a property that allows them. It would be lovely to see you and your pets at Fort Kinnaird soon.
Hello, I’m Lorna! I joined Vets4Pets at Fort Kinnaird in August 2017, and really enjoy interacting with all the lovely pets and clients we have here. I graduated from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in 2017, having previously studied Biological Sciences at Napier University. I’m a local and I grew up in the Southside of Edinburgh. I’m currently in my second year of the Graduate Programme with Vets4Pets, so I get to go to lots of interesting events to further my veterinary knowledge. I am a part-timer as I have a little girl called Emma and when I’m not working you’ll find me out and about with her and my other child, my 12 year old rescue whippet Darcy. I love to travel and have been to some far flung places, including Peru, Cuba and Namibia, and I’m going to Mexico for my honeymoon in February which I’m so excited about as a lover of Mexican food and drink!
I completed my 4 years of training at our Fort Kinnaird branch and qualified as a registered veterinary nurse in 2016, from Edinburgh Napier University. I became the head veterinary nurse, at Musselburgh, a year ago. I have really enjoyed being able to work in such a new and lovely practice. In my spare time I enjoy going back home to the borders. I’m from a sheep farming background so have always enjoyed caring for all animals and I especially love getting to see my four collies. I’ve always grown up with border collies, so enjoy when any come into the practice.
I have been with the team at Fort Kinnaird since January 2013 when I started my Veterinary Nurse training. I worked as a receptionist and Veterinary Care Assistant until I completed my training. I graduated from Edinburgh Napier University as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in July 2016. I enjoy consulting and have completed a certificate in Canine and Feline Nutrition.
In my spare time I enjoy going back home to the Scottish Borders to go horse riding in the countryside and I also enjoy playing tennis. I have grown up around family pets so I have been interested in all animals from a young age especially dogs. At home I have a mischievous puppy, Missy, a staffie cross, that I rehomed from Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home and 2 little Guinea pigs who are very vocal and like to tell me when they want fed!
I qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2010. After qualifying, I worked in my home town of Elgin, Moray, at a practice that treated predominately companion animals. I left Elgin and travelled to New Zealand where I spend 6 months working in a cat practice. Since coming back from New Zealand I have lived and worked in Edinburgh.
I have worked at Vets4Pets for just over 5 years and really love my job here. I returned to work at the start of 2017 after having my first baby. I now work part-time between Fort Kinnaird and Musselburgh Vets4Pets. I am really enjoying being back at work. The area of my job I like most is helping with pets that have come in for surgical procedures. I enjoy preparing for surgery, taking blood samples, placing intravenous catheters and monitoring anaesthetics.
At home I have a little black cat called Puss who is 15 years old. She generally keeps to herself, sometimes I get to pet her, occasionally I get to pick her up for a cuddle! I wouldn’t have her any other way. Puss has arthritis and eats a special diet food which helps with her joints.
I’ve been part of the team at Fort Kinnaird since September 2017. I started my journey as a Veterinary Care Assistant and this was my first clinical job. I became a Student Veterinary Nurse in September 2018 and can’t wait to qualify. I’m the practice cat-friend and will never turn down holding an adorable kitten. I don’t have any pets of my own at the moment so I really enjoy getting to spend time with other peoples’. My favourite hobby is running after cute puppies in the streets of Leith.
I am currently in my 3rd year at Napier university studying veterinary nursing and I am employed here as a veterinary care assistant. I have grown up with dogs and especially love German shepherds. I have recently volunteered for Welgevonden game reserve in Africa to help broaden my knowledge on the ‘Big Five’. In my spare time you will find me socialising with friends, horse riding and traveling.
Having joined the Vets4Pets family as a Client Care Advisor in 2014, I now hold a bespoke dual role focusing on Training and Development as well as Marketing. I’ve developed a real passion for the veterinary industry and enjoy being able to bring my business and events knowledge and my teacher training background to my job every day.
At home, I have a scruffy Bearded Collie Crossbreed called Lola and a mischievous Border Collie called Honey. Outside of work you’ll find me training Honey at dog agility or teaching Lola new tricks. You'll also find me exploring walks around East Lothian with my Husband, Gareth. I also have a keen interest in photography so in my free time I enjoy developing my photography skills.
I joined Vets4Pets in March 2018, a completely new direction for me (away from Pension, Insurance, Banking and Recruitment) after I decided that I wanted to spend my working hours doing something interesting, fun and rewarding. And it is! I’m an animal lover, and my 7 year old cat Fergus is a great pal. Out of work, I enjoy boot camp (once it’s over!), socialising with family & friends, helping out my (adult) kids and travelling.
I joined the client services team here at Fort Kinnaird in 2018 from a background of events and hospitality which lead me to gain my diploma in Events Management. Originally from the Scottish Borders, I now live in a lovely local village with my husband Chris and my two boys Karson and Mason.
I decided to join the team because of my love for animals. At home we are not short of love from our furry friends, Nyka (Siberian husky), Lily (Ragdoll) and Old Mo (Our Beloved old Moggie). I love meeting our clients and their humans on a daily basis and getting to know them well over my time spent here at Vets4pets.
I was born in Northwest London, and grew up with my beloved Staffordshire bull terrier, Monty, who lived to the ripe old age of 19! I went on to study Creative Writing at Bath Spa University where I graduated with a First Class Degree. After graduating from university I moved to Cheltenham, and started working at Vets4Pets (Companion Care) in October 2016 as a Client Care Adviser. It was there that I met (and fell in love with) my guinea pig, Bobbie, who I adopted after he had a very hard start to life. After 2 years at Vets4Pets Cheltenham, my partner and I relocated to gorgeous Edinburgh, and I was lucky enough to transfer to Vets4Pets Fort Kinnaird in November 2018. I love my job, in particular I enjoy getting to know all of the pets (and their humans!) that visit us every day. No two days are ever the same and there is always more to learn. You’ll find me at the reception desk, most likely cuddling whatever lovely pets are visiting us that day!
Vets4Pets Fort Kinnaird is committed to bringing you affordable, high quality care via a modern, well equipped practice, including a lab, pharmacy, digital x-ray and ultrasound. Plus, on site car parking too!
The friendly team can't wait to meet all of their new clients!
Operating TheatreAn operating theatre with gaseous anaesthetic facility for surgical procedures.
Blood Pressure MonitorUsed to measure the range of blood pressure as a preventative treatment to identify early signs of systemic hypertension.
BiochemistryAllows an assessment of the functionality of a patients organs.
X-RayGenerates digital 2D images of bones and internal organs.
Starter pack protection
Best Start in Life
Complete Care Senior
Flea & Worm Pack
Out of hours
2b Hutchison Crossway
Tel: Telephone: 0131 444 0990
Standard consultations before 10pm start from £179. Standard consultations after 10pm start from £231.