Anne qualified from Barony College in 2007 after being voted Student Veterinary Nurse of the Year. She completed her practical training at The University of Glasgow’s Small Animal Hospital and The Peoples Dispensary for Sick Animals in Glasgow.
Anne worked as a Locum Veterinary Nurse for 2 years whilst travelling in Australia. Then worked at the Peoples Dispensary for Sick Animals in Glasgow for 8 years before joining Martin Veterinary Centre in 2017
She currently holds an Honours Degree from Edinburgh Napier University, Emergency and Critical Care Certificate from Vets Now and City and Guilds and a Clinical Coach Certification from The College of Animal Welfare.
Anne's hobbies are horse riding and looking after her many houseplants. She also spends a lot of time walking her West Highland White Terrier called Freya.
Anne's favourite breeds of dog are the West Highland White, Border, Cairn, Patterdale, and Scottish Terrier.
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