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Large animal vet, Gerard McGovern, features this week. He tells us about his practice in Co. Cavan, some unusual cases he has encountered and about the role of social media in veterinary.
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.
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Missed the Tommy Does Denmark series? Well you can watch the whole thing right here! So sit back and chill with That's Farming and Tommy The Vet.
It's our final episode in Tommy Does Denmark and we've saved the best til last with Tommy performing surgery and touring some amazing farms!
Ian Rountree comes from a mixed farm but enrolled in a Business and Law course and later switched to Veterinary Medicine!
Mary has always wanted to be a vet and is currently living the dream, juggling life as a vet and a farmer.
At the age of 16, Valerie Dromey realised that she wanted to become a vet and is now living the dream providing specialist equine care.
Justin wanted to be a solicitor but a spot of calf-rearing at the age of 16 changed his future.
Meet Dr.Thomas P. Meagher- A man juggling life as a Vet and a Horse Breeder!
Want to know what Veterinary Medicine is like for a recent graduate? Check out this week's Ireland's Vets!
Catherina speaks to Ollie Keane, the vet who performed a miracle on a lamb with a rare ectopic heart condition.
Catherina meets Rory Cowlam, a young Vet known for his appearance on Pets Factor!
An Irish vet Louise Kennedy is in hot water after she failed an English exam needed to stay in Australia.
In this week’s Ireland’s Vets, Catherina meets a recent Veterinary Medicine graduate Martha Naughton.
In the first of Ireland’s Vets, Catherina meets Conor Geraghty, a vet, husband, father, farmer and an avid sports fan.
At today's MSD Animal Health conference in Dublin we heard from Fergal Morris, who talked about Ireland being near the bottom of antibiotic use in animals league.