Tine McGuane DVM CertAVP MRCVS
Having spent her entire childhood and youth in the wonderful Copenhagen, the prospect of becoming a farm vet in rural Denmark was not appealing and following her graduation, Tine came to the UK to pursue a career in small animal practice. After over eight years in busy 24 hour, seven day practices in Lincolnshire she joined Evolution Animal Care as clinical director in 2011. In addition to this role she also managed multiple practices in South and West Yorkshire from 2014 to 2016 and has from September 2016 also become clinical director at The Dam Veterinary Centre in Selby. Tine was awarded the certificate in advanced veterinary practice by the RCVS in March 2016 and has a special interest in imaging and soft tissue surgery.
Kathryn Holt BVSc MRCVS
Kat joined us at Evolution in March 2017. She has worked in small animal practice in Yorkshire since qualifying in 2013. Kat enjoys all aspects of being a veterinary surgeon, especially looking after animals with long term medical problems and performing dental procedures to maintain healthy pet smiles. She is also passionate about all things feline, from the medical care to aiming to make their trip to the vets as stress free as possible. Outside of work she’ll be found growing veg in the garden, walking the dog or curled up cuddling her two moggies in front of the fire.
Dagmara Madra Gawin DVM GPCert(SAS) MRCVS
Dagmara gained her qualification in Poland and started her career in the UK shortly afterwards. She joined Evolution in April 2017; previously working in busy first opinion practices in Yorkshire for many years where she developed her surgical and orthopaedic skills. In 2011 she gained her European certificate in small animal surgery. Dagmara has a special interest in diagnostic imaging, ultrasonography and cardiology.
Catriona Randles MVDr MRCVS
Catriona is originally from Southern Ireland but has lived abroad for many years, including a stint in Slovakia. She worked in Lancashire for a year before making the change to Evolution in June 2015. She left Evolution in April 2017 before reprising her role again in February 2018. She cites her 'work family' and Evolution's lovely client base as her reasons for returning. Catriona enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine particularly internal medicine. She has one dog named Leo, a Jack Russell troublemaker. In fact, one could say, she’s a little obsessed with all things Jack Russell. In her spare time, Catriona enjoys walking, visiting her family in Ireland and movies.