Terri Suckling RVN
Terri completed her veterinary nurse training at Miller & Swann and qualified as an RVN in 2009. She is now head nurse. Her spare time is taken up by her horse and two big dogs who she runs with to keep them fit.
Sam Francis RVN
Sam graduated in 2013 from the North Highland College UHI with a level three diploma in veterinary nursing. Her interests include hill walking, reading and photography. She has three dogs, two English Springer Spaniels and a German Shepherd, as well as seven ferrets.
Janet May RVN
Janet trained in Edinburgh and qualified in 2000. Since then she has worked in Scotland as well as working for 12 years in Australia. She has been at Miller & Swann since July 2013 and enjoys living and working in Elgin.
Judith McCulley RVN
Pet Bereavement Support Advisor
Judith qualified in 1992 and has worked in various veterinary surgeries, one being Saint Georges Veterinary Clinic in Wolverhampton, before joining Miller & Swann. In October 2017 she completed the Blue Cross Pet Bereavement Support Skills qualification and is therefore on hand to support any clients who have recently lost their pet. Judith has three teenagers, two hamsters and two snakes. She enjoys lots of outdoor activities such as hiking, camping and water sports and is heavily involved in the local scout group.
Kate Thain RVN
Since starting work at a local veterinary practice in May 1995, Kate qualified as a veterinary nurse in September 2000 and moved to Miller & Swann in August 2010. She has a keen interest in anaesthesia and assisting in surgery. Outside of work she is kept busy being a mum to her daughter and looking after her many animals, including a Doberman who she shows named Kai, a German Shepherd named Chloe and a cat, Tink. She also has a horse named Frances that she competes locally on. At weekends Kate can often be found going for long walks, hacks around the beautiful countryside and catching up with her family.
Student Veterinary Nurse
Hannah joined us as a student veterinary nurse in September 2016, studying with North Highland College UHI. She has six cats at home on the Isle of Lewis and also two dogs, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier and a Jack Russell. Hannah is enjoying her training and learning more about veterinary nursing, you can follow her journey on her blog in our news section.