Eoin special area of interest is general surgery, particularly orthopedics. He is currently studying for the ‘Certificate in Small Animal Surgery’ from the BSAVA (British Small Animal Veterinary Association) Eoin has a menagerie of animals at his home in Wicklow including dogs, cats, horses, sheep, chickens, and llamas!
For the following two years he alternated his small animal work with large animal practice in Co. Roscommon and Co. Antrim, before committing fully to the Animal Welfare Clinic since 1992, to specialise solely in small animals. However, he still maintains an avid interest in agricultural matters keeping suckler cows and hens as his hobbies keenly aided by his 2 daughters!
His areas of interest include orthopaedic and general surgery. Outside of the practice Paul is Dad to 2 boys and a girl and is a keen hill walker and windsurfer when he finds the time! Their little dog Ronnie, a black and white terrier, adopted from the practice is often to be found playing in the kennel area.
Maria has a keen interest in all aspects of companion animal medicine and also enjoys surgery. Originally from Cork, she now loves in Dublin city with her husband, 2 small boys and their gentle long haired lurcher called Mac.
Ruth has a keen interest in managing the more complicated medical case and is about to attain the prestigious ‘Certificate in Small Animal Medicine’ through the Royal Veterinary College, London. She will join the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons List of Advanced Practitioners. Ruth’s own pet, Shewi, is a handsome fluffy cat she fell in love with while he was staying at the practice, looking for a new home.
Marta is currently studying for a certificate in Feline Medicine with the ISFM (International Society of Feline Medicine) in association with Sydney University. Martas’ own pet Colombo is a feisty one-eyed cat rescued from the practice.
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