Our Vets
Niall Kenny BSc MA PhD Vet MB MRCVS is one of the partners responsible for the small animal division of the practice. Although originally working as an academic he subsequently qualified in Veterinary Medicine from Cambridge University in 1995. After a brief spell in Kent he came North to Lanark in 1996, and is currently working towards the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Certificate in Small Animal Medicine. He also has extensive interests in veterinary history and is currently an advisor to several historical veterinary libraries. Niall is married with twin daughters.

Hans-Joachim LambertHans-Joachim Lambert Vienna: MRCVS GPCert SAS Hans, a partner in the small animal division, studied at Vienna veterinary school and moved to the UK shortly after graduating in 1998. After short spells in the Yorkshire Dales, the Highlands and Edinburgh, he joined the practice in 2001. He is passionate about surgery with a particular interest in orthopaedics, including the treatment of conditions such as anterior cruciate ligament disease. He is himself the owner of an old and infirm black Labrador!

Jennifer Milner Vetinary SurgeonJennifer Milner BVMS MRCVS Jenny graduated from Edinburgh University in 2004, and after working in mixed practice for several years she joined the Clyde Vet Group small animal team in 2009. She has an interest in soft tissue surgery and opthalmology. She currently has two cats and a dog, and outside of work she enjoys spending time with her young family, mountain biking, white-water kayaking and canoeing.

Lynne Whitefield BVMS MRCVS Lynne Whitefield BVMS MRCVS graduated from Glasgow Vet School in 2007. Following 5 1/2 years working in a mixed practice in Cheshire she moved back to her roots in Lanarkshire to join the small animal team at Clyde Vets in May 2013. While she enjoys all aspects of small animal practice she is particularly interested in internal medicine and cardiology. In her spare time she likes to keep active and be in the outdoors, hill walking and running, but is also partial to bit of retail therapy and attempting to cook.

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