Niamh, who joins us from across the water in Dublin. Niamh graduated from UCD and is particularly interested in diagnostic imaging as well as internal medicine including cardiology.
In her spare time she enjoys hill walking, reading and playing the violin. She also likes travelling and has spent some time in Thailand where she worked at a small animal rescue shelter. Niamh has family ties in Fife and hopes to settle in quickly.
Louise is a local having grown up in Cairneyhill, she then went on to Glasgow University where she graduated as a vet in 2015. Since then she has worked in small animal general practice. She recently returned to Albavet Dunfermline following 3 months travelling around New Zealand, Australia and South East Asia.
In her spare time she enjoys travelling to new places, hillwalking, and spending time with her cheeky rescue cat Rosie.
Outside of work Nicole enjoys keeping fit by running and training at the gym. She has two children and a pug called Bertie.
Now she is studying at Edinburgh Napier University to top up to BSc(Hons) in Veterinary Nursing level. When she has time to do something other than work or study, Nikki watches the Fife Flyers ice hockey team with her husband and two sons, the oldest of whom also plays for one of the junior hockey teams.
At home Yvonne is kept busy by her young German Shorthaired Pointer called Rhum, her elderly old man Angus who is also a German Shorthaired Pointer and Thomas, the tabby cat.
Caitlin is an animal care assistant at Albavet in Dunfermline, and previously studied animal care at Elmwood college in Cupar in 2019 in additional to having had lots of work experience in kennels and catteries. She is hoping to further her knowledge and experience in a veterinary surgery and possibly continue her career here or carry on to work in the SSPCA.
When not at work Caitlin is usually taking my Chihuahua Pixie out for long walks and watching her play with my cat Buttons.
At home Ellie has never gone without pets, currently owning guinea pigs and degus.
In her free time she does colouring to help her relax, or reads some Stephen King to do the opposite!
At home she has 2 cats, Lily and Daisy and also Turbo the Horsfield Tortoise, who is as speedy as his name implies!
Amy Greenhill qualified as a veterinary surgeon from University of Glasgow in 2015. Starting her career as a small animal vet in North Lincolnshire, she then moved to West Yorkshire after two years where she began her veterinary acupuncture.Amy isn’t a stranger at Albavet Dunfermline having completed her high school work experience and then the majority of her university clinical placements here too. She is delighted to be back and have the pleasure of taking over the acupuncture clinics from Jane Hunter. You may also see Amy with your pet at one of our clinics as she occasionally works for as a locum vet.