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Meet the team
I am Alison Docherty the lead vet at Vets4Pets Livingston. I joined the practice in May 2010. I graduated from Glasgow Vet School in 1999. I initially worked in mixed practice (beef, sheep and equine) before deciding to specialise in small animals after a few years in a busy West Yorkshire practice. I am now very experienced in all companion animal species with a particular interest in ophthalmology and feline geriatric medicine. I enjoy splitting my time between consulting and operating. In my leisure time I enjoy going to the gym and outdoor pursuits with my husband, two young children and two dogs (and occasionally my cat if he gets bored hunting!)
I graduated from the royal dick school of veterinary studies in Edinburgh in 2014 and I’ve worked all over the UK before finally making my way back to Scotland. In the coming months I’ll be looking to start a certificate in Surgery, so I can then provide a further surgical service to our clients. In my spare time I enjoy going to the gym and working out.
I graduated from Glasgow Vet School in 2013. After graduation, i worked in London and Cambridgeshire, before returning back to Central Scotland, where i worked as a locum before settling in at Livingston. I have an interest in feline medicine and animal behaviour, and am currently undertaking a Masters in Clinical Animal Behaviour through Edinburgh University. I live at home with her three cats and naughty black Labrador, and in my spare time enjoys walking, cinema and escape rooms.
I graduated from RDSVS in Edinburgh in 2008 and spent a year in mixed practice in Fife before moving to West Lothian and specialising in companion animals. I joined the Vets4Pets Livingston team in 2016. I enjoy both consulting and operating and have a special interest in imaging especially ultrasound. When I’m not working I enjoy running with my Border Terrier Dylan and exploring Scotland with my young family.
I graduated from Glasgow university in 1995 and started work in mixed practice. I enjoyed the variety of working with a mix of large and small animals in practices across central Scotland for many years.
In 2010 I decided to specialise in small animal practice and further develop my interest in using Acupuncture as another treatment option for our patients. I joined Vets4Pets Livingston in 2015 and enjoy working with this very dedicated team. Outside of work I enjoy going for walks and cycle trips with my family.
I graduated from Barcelona University about 6 years ago and moved to Bonnie Scotland not long after that. I started working at vets4pets in July 2017 and I am enjoying it very much. I have a cat called Django, he is 3 years old and pretty much the king of the house. I really like feline medicine and, in my spare time I enjoy traveling and going for hikes with my husband.
I graduated from Edinburgh vet school in 2018, after having graduated from Nottingham University in 2013 with a BSc in Zoology and an MSc in Biological Photography. I have a particular interest in surgery and exotics, which I hope to expand my education on in the future. I grew up in Hong Kong, but fell in love with Scotland so decided to stay! In my spare time I enjoy taking dogs for hikes, swimming and skiing.
I joined the Livingston team in January 2016 and have been qualified for 10 years. My main interests at work are Anaesthesia and Theatre nursing. I enjoys keeping in touch with our longstanding patients at our nurse clinics and i always looks forward to meeting and bonding with our new patients too. I am also one of our clinical coaches; i enjoys mentoring and supporting our student nurses throughout their training and nursing qualification. I has a blue roan cocker spaniel called Todd who is 12 years old and a Dumbo rat called Brandon. Outside work Linsey enjoys music, films and travelling but most importantly spoiling her beloved Todd and Brandon!
I started with Vets4Pets Livingston as a student veterinary nurse in 2010, and qualified from Edinburgh Telford college as a registered Veterinary nurse in 2012. I am currently head nurse and have been since 2017. I have a great passion for the feline patients and recently gained my Diploma with merit in Feline nursing. At home I have a large cross-breed dog called Ollie and two moggies called Domino and Nala. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and pets.
I joined the team here at Vets4Pets Livingston in January of 2016 as a student veterinary nurse. I have since qualified as a registered veterinary nurse after passing my final exams in September 2017. I have a keen interest in emergency and critical care, I love nursing all kinds of patients back to full heath. I have a sassy little ginger cat at home who always keeps me on my toes and loves to pose for the cutest pictures. In my spare time I enjoy riding my horse jolly, particularly when there are show jumps involved. He loves a cute pose just as much as my cat princess phoebe.
After qualifying with merit from Edinburgh’s Telford College in 2006, I worked as an RVN in a small animal practice for 5 years. At the end of 2010 I left practice and became the Royal Canin Cancer and Wellness nurse in the Oncology department at the Royal (Dick) school of Veterinary Studies. During my 4 years there I gained my advanced diploma with merit in clinical and professional veterinary nursing through the royal veterinary college. Leaving referral in 2014 I worked as a head RVN at a small animal and dermatology referral practice before taking a year and a half out to have my daughter. I currently work for Vets4pets Livingston in central Scotland.
I graduated in Nov 2008 from Napier University and have been working in practice since 2005. I have since completed further certificates in Physiotherapy and Emergency and Critical Care, I am currently working towards my Certificate in Feline Nursing. I have 2 border terriers - Iona and Mac.
I also spend my spare time volunteering with the Riding for the Disabled and with a local Scout group as well as spending time with my family.
I am a student veterinary nurse at vets4pets and have worked here since November 2016. I have two dogs of my own, Mac who is 13 years old and Bracken who is 12 years old. They are both west highland white terriers and just the best pets. In the future I would like to study Hydrotherapy/Physiotherapy in addition to my nursing qualification. Outside of work I competitively play the tenor drum in a pipe band and thoroughly enjoy it.
I have been working for vets4pets since August 2017 as a veterinary care assistant (vca). In August 2018 I was confirmed a place in the student veterinary nurse course at Oatridge and I love my job. At home I have a 4 year old husky x malamute called Kiva who is very sassy and a 12 year old Labrador x Dalmatian called Memphis who loves a snuggle.
I joined Vets4Pets as one of the receptionists in September 2018. My favourite part of the job is being able to meet all the animals and the owners. It is amazing to be able to witness animals getting better and back to themselves by the help of the amazing vets and nurses. I have a cocker spaniel at home called Rudi. He is 5 years old and I love to take him on long walks in my spare time.
I joined vets4pets in January 2011 as a receptionist. My favourite part of my job is meeting and greeting all our clients and their pets. At home I have many pets including 2 dogs called Charlie and Gucci, 1 called toots and a very special little rabbit my wee Sox.
I started reception in June 2018 and only being here a short while, I am absolutely loving it. I have always seen myself in a job doing something with animals but the opportunity has never arose until now. The best part is seeing all the puppies and kittens. The worst part is the sad moments when beloved pets are being put to sleep. I only have the one dog called Skye who is 11 years young and still very puppy-like. Possibly going to rescue a guinea pig later this year with the persuasion from my colleagues.
Vets4Pets Livingston is a recently refurbished state of the art practice who are committed to bringing you affordable, high quality care via a modern, well equipped practice, including a lab, pharmacy, digital x-ray, ultrasound and endoscopy, three contemporary theatre suites and specific kennels for cats, dogs and exotics. There is on site car parking and both upstairs and downstairs consulting rooms for ease of client accessibility.
The friendly, highly trained team can't wait to meet all of their clients, whether it be new or existing.
Emergency coverEven if we are closed, we have your pet covered.
Operating TheatreAn operating theatre with gaseous anaesthetic facility for surgical procedures.
Separate Cat & Dog WardsSeparate cat and dog hospital wards, designed to ensure your pet is kept in a comfortably stress free environment.
Isolation UnitA special ward to care for animals with contagious diseases.
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EndoscopyAn endoscope is a long tube connected to a light source and video camera that sends real time images to a television screen for viewing. Endoscopy is the use of an endoscope within internal structures and organs of the body. The endoscope can be inserted through natural openings such as the mouth, nose or rectum to reach the structure of interest.
Blood Pressure MonitorUsed to measure the range of blood pressure as a preventative treatment to identify early signs of systemic hypertension.
UltrasoundGenerates 2-D moving images of your pet’s internal organs at work.
BiochemistryAllows an assessment of the functionality of a patients organs.
HaematologyAllows the assessment of a patient's blood and blood cells.
In-house LaboratoryA range of analytical tests and equipment to assist in the rapid diagnosis of illness.
X-RayGenerates digital 2D images of bones and internal organs.
Hospital WardSuite of custom-built kennels for the housing and monitoring of in-patients.
Exotic PetCan see a range of patients, from small animals through to reptiles.
AcupunctureAcupuncture has evolved from the ancient art of placing needles into particular locations on the body in order to alleviate pain, improve recovery rates and increase resistance to disease. It has been practised by the Chinese and other Eastern cultures for thousands of years and may be used to treat a wide variety of illnesses in people and animals.
DentistryThe treatment and prevention of dental disease
Complete Care Senior
Flea & Worm Pack