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Karen is the Principal Partner of Campbell and Galloway and has been with the practice over 20 years. She achieved a degree in Zoology before qualifying from Glasgow University in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery. Karen has a Lhasa Apso called Nigel who sometimes comes in to visit and make sure we are doing everything right! Nigel recently acquired a cheeky little brother called Huxley, who is a long-haired minature Daschund.

Being born in South America and raised in Trinidad Karen is well-travelled. Although settled in Glasgow with her family she still brings her friendly and welcoming Caribbean personality to work.

Dawn graduated from Edinburgh Napier University in 2010 with an honours degree in Veterinary Nursing. After working at various small animal practices in Glasgow including People’s Dispensary for Sick Animal (PDSA) we were excited to welcome our former nursing student back to Campbell and Galloway in June 2011.


As of 2015 Dawn has become our Head Nurse and is doing her best keeping all the staff in line! She spreads her time between clinical work, mentoring the student nurses and lots of paperwork!


Dawn recently completed an extra qualification- a certificate in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care- adding more letters after her name!

Rachel graduated from Edinburgh Napier University with a BSc (Hons) in Veterinary Nursing in July 2022. Rachel first came to Campbell & Galloway in 2021 to complete her final three university placements.

Rachel loves in-patient care, and is usually found in the cattery or kennels, cuddling patients. Rachel has an interest in conservation, and spends all of her annual leave helping with conservation projects all over the world. Last year, she spent the summer in Croatia, and later in 2022 she will help with projects in South Africa and Nepal.

Rachel is owned by two cats- Floyd & Milli.

Yasmin graduated from Edinburgh Napier University with a BSc (Hons) in Veterinary Nursing in June 2021. She completed all of her university nursing placements at C&G, so knows most of the patients well!


Yasmin originally comes from Yorkshire, but is glad to call Glasgow home now!


Yasmin is owned by a wee cross-breed named Pip. He comes to work with Yasmin most days, but mostly stays in the office as he’s not too fond of other dogs!

Nikki graduated from Edinburgh Napier University with a BSc (Hons) in Veterinary Nursing in July 2019. She’s been a regular face at Campbell & Galloway since 2014, firstly gaining experience on Saturday mornings and then whilst on placement from university.


Nikki loves surgery- from preparing to assisting and monitoring patients post-operatively. She also has an interest in critical care nursing and phlebotomy.


Nikki is owned by a Jack Russell Terrier named Ozzy. He occasionally comes to work with Nikki, but he prefers the unemployed life.

In line with the Scottish Government’s easing of restrictions, we will be delighted to welcome a limited number of clients into the surgery.
One person per pet may come in, whilst wearing a mask.
if you are mask exempt, we will still see your pet, but you may not accompany the pet into the surgery.
Please respect our wish to keep our staff safe and our business open to continue to provide the best care we can for you and your pet.

As of January 1st 2021, the rules for taking your pet to the EU have changed.


The UK-issued EU Pet Passport is no longer valid. Although, Pet Passports issued in EU countries are still valid (e.g. a passport issued in Greece is still valid). Passports issued in EU countries should be checked by the practice 4-6 weeks prior to scheduled travel.


Instead, to take your dog, cat or ferret to the EU, you will need an Animal Health Certificate (AHC). The AHC must be completed by an official Veterinarian (OV) at the practice. An Official Veterinarian is a vet who has an additional qualification to complete travel documentation and we have two OV’s on our team who can help you.


Please note the following regarding Animal Health Certificates:

  • These documents are lengthy and will take some time to complete.
  • They can be issued up to 10 days prior to travel into the EU.
  • They are valid for 4 months for onward travel within the EU.
  • They are valid for 4 months for travel back to the UK from the EU.
  • They can only be issued for a single trip from the UK to the EU. A new AHC will be issued each time your pet needs to travel.


To apply for an AHC we would need to check or have proof of the following:

  • Your pet has a functioning microchip
  • Your pet has an up-to-date rabies vaccination


(An existing Pet Passport or vaccination card can be used as evidence, so please do not destroy them.)


Rabies vaccinations can only be given to a pet over 12 weeks of age, and 21 days must pass before the pet is allowed to travel. The 21-day wait does not apply if it is a booster vaccine.


AHC’s are bilingual documents, one part in English and one part in the language of the first destination country. You will not be able to change your country of entry after the AHC has been completed.


Rabies titre tests are not currently required to travel in to the EU, however this may change in the future.


Some countries also require specific parasite treatments to be administered within 5 days of travel. We will advise which treatments are required based on your destination.


If you plan to travel to the EU with your pet(s), please call us and we can help you with your preparation, at least 4-6 weeks prior to departure is preferred.


For more information please see the link below:


For Northern Ireland:


Our receptionist, Emma, joined our team in June 2018. She currently works 4 days a week.

Emma graduated from Barony College in Dumfries with a HND in animal care in 2007. She has worked with animals in various positions including animal care assistant and animal rescue officer for the the Scottish SPCA.
She has a little scottish terrier called Crannah who she loves to go hill walking with.
Her claim to fame is she once dog sat 3 dogs and 1 cat belonging to Shirley from Eastenders for an entire month!


Emma is also a qualified dog groomer.

Emma is currently on maternity leave. She became mummy to Conan in September 2021.

Megan joined the practice in Spring 2021 as an Animal Care Assistant. Megan assists the vets in consultations, and helps the nurses keep the practice clean.

At home, Megan has four dogs (MooMoo, Stormzy, Diesel & Bullseye), two cats (Minnie & Lexi), two hamsters and seven rabbits. Her spare time is filled with dog walks, and pet care!

Yvonne joined C&G in October 2021 as our newest receptionist. Yvonne previously worked a a receptionist in a GP Surgery, as well as a car hire firm.

Yvonne is mum to daughter Hollie and Spaniel Alfie.


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