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Veterinary surgeons

Henry Braid BVMS MRCVS, Partner

I graduated from Glasgow Vet School in July 1999 and began work at Bishopbriggs Vet Centre in August of that year. I first came to this practice for work experience as a 15-year-old schoolboy and continued to see practice here until I graduated and actually got paid to attend.

I grew up locally on a dairy and sheep farm and have been used to working with creatures great and small from an early age. Working here at Bishopbriggs and Chryston has been great as it is a mixed practice which allows me to work with farm and domestic animals.

Apart from work my home life keeps me busy. I’m married with three kids and we enjoy swimming, sports and helping out on the family farm.

Informative image: Mathtew McCullochMatthew McCulloch BVMS MRCVS

I moved to Scotland from South Wales in 2002 to attend Glasgow Vet School. After graduating in 2007 I started my career as a mixed practitioner in Aberdeenshire. Having found I missed civilisation, I decided to move to Cumnock in East Ayrshire before I took a job in Lancashire working mainly with pets and dairy cattle. Moving practices as a recent graduate gave me a good opportunity to gain experience. However I have decided that Glasgow is the place for me. In my spare time I enjoy most sports, but coming from Wales, its rugby and football that I'm most interested. I try to get my boots on most weekends. I also enjoy watching the odd game, particularly Wales v Scotland !

I've just got married to my wife Cat and we share our house with our black Lab called Sam and our cat Alfie.

Lynn Campbell BVMS MRCVS

I graduated from Glasgow Vet School in 1996 and went to live and work in Anglesey, North Wales, in a busy small animal and farm practice. I have fond memories of my time there and still visit the island for holidays, to meet old friends and practise my Welsh!

I have also worked in Dunfermline and Condorrat before returning to Bishopbriggs and Chryston, in 2009, where I first came for work experience while at school. Currently I’m working part-time as I bring up my family.

I have recently completed the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons “Certificate in General Practice”. This involved completing 600 hours of continuing education covering current, evidence based medicine focusing on cats and dogs. Veterinary science has progressed a long way in 20 years. I am grateful that my years of first-hand experience are complimented with an awareness of current methods and options and this will aid in advising clients on the best way forward for their pets.

Outside of work I enjoy swimming a few kilometres a week and occasionally find time to climb a Munro.  My wee dog is now 5 years and has been joined by 2 playful, cheeky cats who are already 1 ½ years old.

Informative image: Angie small PhotoAngie McLaughlin BVMS MRCVS

After graduating from Glasgow in 2008, I worked in Ireland and then Australia before returning to glasgow (I couldn't stay away) to complete a rotating Internship in the Small Animal Hospital at Glasgow Vet School. I started working in Bishopbriggs and Chryston Veterinary Centre in May 2013 and enjoy being part of the team here, especially meeting all the clients and their lovely pets. I have a 3 legged cat (who thinks he's a dog) called Wylie and he is rapidly running through his nine lives, the leg incident being how I met him !  My special interests lie in diagnostic imaging and surgery, but I enjoy all parts and the variation of my job. Outside of work, I spend my time socialising with friends, running, swimming and surfing.


Hannah McAuley BVMS MRCVSInformative image: Hannah Buchannan, Veterinary surgeon

I graduated from Edinburgh University in 2012 and after a couple of years working in Angus seeing both large and small animals, I joined Bishopbriggs and Chryston Vet Centre as a small animal vet in 2015. I enjoy all the different aspects of my job and the variety it brings, every day is different!

Outside of work, I enjoy running and walking with Izzy the well loved springer spaniel and Tilly my border terrier, they are great training partners but can set a tough pace.