Lisa McColl RVN
Lisa joined the practice in July 2001 starting out as a veterinary nurse, progressing to head nurse then clinical director and, more recently, practice director. Lisa takes pride in managing the overall running of the practice where she originally started out as a student. She enjoys being part of the team and thrives on giving the best care to animals and clients alike. Lisa is hoping to have her own dog soon but for now enjoys helping to look after her parents three mischievous dogs!
Rebecca Sjoberg RVN
Becca moved to the UK for university and graduated from The Royal Veterinary College with a foundation degree in veterinary nursing in 2014. She then moved to Scotland and continued studying part-time at Edinburgh Napier University, graduating with a BSc (Hons) degree in veterinary nursing in 2016 while working full-time at a busy small animal practice in Edinburgh. After completing the course, she left Edinburgh to go travelling around Europe and South-East Asia with her partner until deciding to move back to Edinburgh in September 2017. Becca is passionate about animal welfare, theatre nursing and preventative care. She enjoys working within our team and with clients and their pets during her nurse clinics.
Kayleigh Hendry RVN
Kayleigh joined the practice in April 2008 after completing her honours degree in veterinary nursing. She enjoys all aspects of nursing especially nurse clinics and is our practice pet health councillor. Kayleigh has a cat named Tabby who she rescued from the Edinburgh Cat Protection League; Tabby came into the surgery to be neutered and she could not resist and re-homed her! Kayleigh also has Oats, the Border Terrier.
Carly completed her Certificate IV in veterinary nursing in 2014 in Australia and joined the team at Batchelor, Davidson & Watson in April 2018. She enjoys all aspects of nursing, particularly animal behaviour, implementing techniques for inpatient’s to feel more at ease during their visits to the practice. Now being based in Edinburgh, Carly is looking forward to exploring Scotland and further a field.