Animac Vets Ltd

Our Vets

Amanda Woodhouse (Advanced Practitioner in Small Animal Medicine)

Amanda grew up in Edinburgh and graduated from the university of Edinburgh in 2013.
Since graduating she has worked as a small animal vet in Cramlington for 18 months, before moving back to Edinburgh in March 2015 to join the Animac team.
Amanda then began working towards the RCVS certificate in advanced veterinary practice, which she achieved in April 2018.
Amanda loves all animals, but has a special interest in cats. Her cat Raool is in the picture!

In her spare time she is kept busy performing as part of a musical theatre society and playing netball.

Sam Renton

Sam joined the practice in December 2018. Sam graduated from the Royal Dick School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh, in July 2017. Originally from Massachusetts in America, she has lived in Scotland since 2013. Sam enjoys working up medical cases and has an interest in ultrasonography and cardiology. She currently does not have any pets of her own, but hopes to have dogs in the near future.
Outside of work, Sam lives with her partner and enjoys spending time with family and friends. She also enjoys going to fitness classes, going for walks, and playing netball.

Ruth Scott

Ruth graduated from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in 2003 and has worked in various practices in Yorkshire and across Scotland. She joined the Animac team in September 2019, initially working in the Southside branch and now spending one day a week each at Animac Vets in Morningside and our sister practice, Village Vets in Longniddry.
Ruth enjoys all aspects of general practice and loves getting to know our clients and their pets.
She lives in East Lothian with her husband, 3 children and border collie, Leia.
Outside of work Ruth enjoys running, cycling and dog walking.