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Lorna Ungoed-Thomas


Mark is originally from Essex and graduated from Cambridge in 1995.  He relocated to Scotland soon after graduation and has been here ever since!  He joined the team in 2001 after spending 12 years working in a mixed practice in Alford, Aberdeen-shire.  Mark is married and has settled here very well.  He is a great lover of the outdoors and a keen runner.  He is also a very good artist!  

Lorna is our head vet in Fort William. She has worked in the area for most of her career and is a very caring and dedicated veterinary surgeon. Lorna concentrates solely on the small-animal side of the practice and provides clinical support to the whole team of vets. Outside of work, she is married to Colin and loves her dogs!

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Kenny Lang


Kenny joined the team in 2012 and is our head large animal vet.  He is very experienced with large and small animals and has an interest in orthopaedics.  Before coming to Crown he travelled and worked in New Zealand gaining a wealth of experience.  Outside of work he enjoys the great outdoors and spending time with his wife Cheryl and their two dogs Smokey and Pip.


Yolanda Coscujuela Saenz





Mairi Thom



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Yolanda is originally from Barcelona and graduated from the UAB University in Spain in 2012.  After graduating she volunteered at many different establishments including Barcelona Zoo, wildlife centres and a specialist exotics practice, before moving to the UK in 2014.  She has a keen interest in exotic medicine and diagnostic imaging.  She is very dedicated to her patients and is often seen with her head in a book researching new ideas.  At home she takes care of her three Guinea Pigs Biscuit, Doughnut and Muffin.  

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Mairi is originally from Edinburgh and graduated from the Royal Dick School of Veterinary Medicine in 1999.  She has worked for a variety of small and large animal practices in the UK and Canada.  She spent 11 years in Cape Breton, a place where she regularly returns for holidays.  She is very settled in Fort William now with her husband and her Beagle, Lovat.  Outside of work she enjoys playing the fiddle, mountain biking and is a dab hand at arts and crafts.  



Rosie Ettles


Rosie is originally from East Yorkshire, she trained as a vet at the Royal College in London.  She has embraced the transition from London to Lochaber and can often be found out and about exploring (getting lost!).  Her soft spot is for three legged dogs, although she enjoys working with a variety of species seen by the practice.  Outside of work she attends the local choir and takes pleasure in playing the piano.