Alannah passed her veterinary nursing final exams in 2016. She carried out 2 years of training and studying in Edinburgh and worked in a lovely practice in Stirling. Having worked at Village Vets for a small time previously as a student she could not wait to join the team again when offered a job at the end of 2015.
Alannah left Village Vets in 2019 for a short time to gain further experience in an out of hours emergency practice and is now back working at Village Vets.
She enjoys all aspects of nursing but particularly enjoys surgical nursing and caring for inpatients.
In her spare time she likes socialising with friends and family and going to gigs.
Rebecca has been nursing for 19 years and qualified in 2007.
Having previously worked in mixed, referral and charity practices, she joined Village Vets in September 2019.
The highlight of her nursing career has been volunteering at a dog sanctuary in Sri Lanka for 3 months.
Originally from Northern Ireland, having worked in Scotland previously, she is now settled in East Lothian with her dog and partner.
In her spare time she enjoys dog walks, visiting her family in Ireland and trying her hand at new recipes.
Louise joined the practice in November 2020. She started training for veterinary nursing in 2017 and graduated in 2019.
She enjoys all areas of veterinary nursing but has a keen interest in theatre, helping with operations, monitoring anaesthetics and getting to know our clients and their pets.
Outside of work she enjoys spending her time with family and friends.
Rachel started working as a trainee veterinary nurse (VN), in 2004 in a mixed practice in Perthshire. She qualified as a VN in 2008 and went on to become a Head Nurse.
Rachel joined Village Vets in 2010. She enjoys all aspects of nursing, especially surgery.
In her spare time, she enjoys travelling, cooking, entertaining friends, and spending time with her family.