Vets

Dr Emma Sharp BVMS MRCVS

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After graduating from Glasgow University in 1998, Emma spent nine years in small animal and equine practice in the south of England. She returned home to Scotland with her family in 2007 and joined Dundas Veterinary Group the following spring, becoming a partner in 2012.Emma has always had a passion for animals and was lucky enough to grow up surrounded by them, ranging from hamsters to horses and rescuing various dogs and cats along the way! She enjoys all aspects of small animal practice but has a particular interest in internal medicine and diagnostic imaging. She also has a keen interest in Geriatric medicine and is trained in Acupuncture. Outside veterinary life Emma enjoys spending as much time as possible with her family, which includes their black Labrador, Luna.

Dr Peter Sharp BVMS MRCVS

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Having been born and raised in Edinburgh, Peter spread his wings and studied veterinary medicine at Glasgow University, graduating in 1998. This was followed by a nine year spell of working in the south east of England, initially in mixed practice for three years, then entirely small animal practice.
In 2007 Peter and his wife, Emma, moved back to Scotland with their children. Peter had been working in small animal practice in Edinburgh for 7 years until the opportunity arose to join his wife at Dundas Veterinary Group.
Peter considers himself a general practitioner with a passion for all aspects of veterinary medicine and surgery. He especially enjoys cardiology and diagnostic imaging, including echocardiography and abdominal ultrasound. He is interested in any developments where modern technology can be used to aid the diagnosis and treatment of sick animals.
When Peter is not working, his time is spent walking the family dog Luna, swimming and occasionally running, with the vague hope of completing a marathon one day.

Dr Mo Clarke BVSc MRCVS

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Mo qualified from Bristol in 1980 and, having got to know Edinburgh as a houseman at the “Dick Vet” was delighted to return to the city a few years later. She has worked at Dundas Street for some 25 years, with increasing hours as her family, three daughters, have grown and flown. Currently in a not quite empty nest with husband, Peter, three Working Cockers, an elderly but much loved Jack Russell and a dear ginger cat of equal antiquity, when she is not hoovering up pet hair she can be found singing, sewing, Scottish country dancing or, weather permitting, up a Munro. Or, of course, shouting at the radio, having reached that age. If pushed, she will admit to feline medicine having a particular appeal, but the variety of being a GP is a constant interest and spur .

Dr Jane Scott BVMS MRCVS

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Jane qualified from Glasgow Vet School in 1979 and her first job took her to Leeds and then Fife. She has been with Dundas Vet Group since 1998, based mainly at Granton Road and once a week at Lochend. Jane enjoys the variety of working in a first opinion small animal practice. Outside work she enjoys walking with her black lab, Jet, and also enjoys helping run the Youth Group and annual Holiday Club at her local church. She loves too, when her (now grown-up) children and their friends visit.

Dr Rhiannon Moore BVM&S MRCVS

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Rhiannon graduated from Edinburgh University Veterinary School in 2008 and spent six years in mixed practice in north east England.
She fell in love with Edinburgh as a vet student and was delighted to have the opportunity to join Dundas Veterinary Group and move back to Scotland with her family.

Rhiannon has a strong interest in all aspects of small animal medicine and surgery.
She also has an additional qualification in Veterinary Acupuncture and was fortunate enough to have trained in acupuncture in Beijing Veterinary School.

In her spare time, Rhiannon loves spending time with her husband and daughter and the ever increasing extended four legged family, which includes horse Rose and dogs Rambo and Squidgey.

Dr Anna Escribano Maspons MRCVS

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Anna graduated from Barcelona Autonomous University in 2011 and moved to the UK shortly after.  She spent a few months volunteering in Edinburgh before moving to Derby for a year but her love for Scotland soon brought her back.

She has worked in Edinburgh for the last three years and she was very excited to get the opportunity to join the team at Dundas Vet Group.

She enjoys all aspects of working in a first opinion veterinary clinic and has a particular interest in feline medicine in which she would like to work towards a certificate in this field.

In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her Husband and her mischievious cat, Django.  She loves going for walks and spending some time at the gym.  She also loves going to visit her family and getting a bit of Spanish sun from time to time.

Dr Kate Cheeseman BVM&S MRCVS

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Kate grew up in Vermont (home of beautiful autumn foliage and delicious maple syrup), in the USA. She moved to Edinburgh in 2009, enticed across the pond by her husband, a British native, and has loved living here ever since. She graduated from the University of Edinburgh veterinary school in 2015, initially working in mixed practice in the Highlands. She was very excited to return to Edinburgh in 2017 to work at Dundas Vets. She enjoys the variety of general practice, and is particularly interested in preventative medicine and learning new diagnostic and surgical techniques that can improve the health and welfare of our pets.

In her spare time, Kate enjoys reading, hiking, cycling and baking, and skiing with her family, when she gets a chance to visit them in Vermont.

Dr Kay Gibson BVMS MRCVS

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Kay graduated from Glasgow Veterinary School in 1976 and has worked in companion animal practice since qualifying. After a spell in practice in the west of Scotland, she worked for a number of years with a national veterinary charity in England and Scotland before returning to private practice in 2002. She enjoys all aspects of small animal work. In her spare time she likes reading and walking in the countryside. She has 2 dogs and has a particular interest in the rehabilitation of rescue dogs