articles about irelands-vets
“If you stand still in this game you’re finished; you need to keep improving." Brian Ryan of Mulcair Veterinary Clinic shares his story and views on the veterinary industry.
After several years in mixed practice, Margaret Ryan realised her true calling was small animal practice. This year she has opened her second clinic in the midlands.
Ciara has wanted to be a vet as long as she can remember. The Dublin vet has a degree in agriculture and is a recent graduate of UCD's graduate entry veterinary medicine programme.
Veterinary surgeon, John Keogh, has been practicing in Dundrum, Co. Tipperary for 40 years this year. Speaking with That’s Farming, John tells us about his experience and how rural Ireland has changed since he first qualified.
Three and a half years ago, veterinary surgeon, Mark Slattery made the brave decision to set out on his own. He is now the man behind a busy mixed practice in Co. Leitrim.
Practicing in west Mayo for over 40 years, there's not a back road in the region he hasn't travelled. The vet has over 1,100 herds with his large animal practice in Castlebar.
Practising as a vet for 40 years now, Dermot would say he never worked a day in his life. He never found it as work.
Originally from Germany, Katja has made a name for herself in the Irish veterinary industry. The Small Animal Vet of the Year nominee balances the demanding profession with two young kids at home.
Catherina speaks to Orla O’Connor, one of four vets from Glenamaddy Veterinary Clinic.
Justin wanted to be a solicitor but a spot of calf-rearing at the age of 16 changed his future.
Always wanted to be a vet but didn’t get the points? Read about Sara Roche who overcame big obstacles to achieve her dream of becoming a vet and opening her own practice.
Catherina meets Rodney Gale, a vet that has recently opened a new equine practice in the West of Ireland.