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Veterinary Council of Ireland issues guidance regarding COVID-19 and passive transfer to animals

13 Apr , 2020  

The Veterinary Council of Ireland (VCI), the statutory body responsible for the regulation and management of the practise of veterinary medicine and veterinary nursing in the state, has issued a guidance note to veterinary professionals on the subject of COVID-19 and passive transfer to animals. Included is a protocol for veterinary practitioners and veterinary nurses […]

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2019 sees highest number of veterinary practitioners ever in Ireland

7 Apr , 2020  

The Veterinary Council of Ireland (VCI), the statutory body responsible for the regulation and management of the practise of veterinary medicine and veterinary nursing in the state, has published its annual report for 2019. 2019 saw an increase in the number of veterinary practitioners and veterinary nurses joining the VCI Register. The total number of […]

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Veterinary Council of Ireland issues guidance to veterinary registrants regarding COVID-19

31 Mar , 2020  

The Veterinary Council of Ireland (VCI), the statutory body responsible for the regulation and management of the practise of veterinary medicine and veterinary nursing in the state, has issued guidance to veterinary registrants regarding COVID-19, following updated Government restrictions to curtail the spread of the virus, which came into effect at midnight on Friday, 27th¬†of […]

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A champion veterinary practice

7 Apr , 2015  

Murphy Sheerin Veterinary Surgery in Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow is not just synonymous with quality healthcare for animals of all sizes; it is also closely associated with the GAA thanks to the success of practice co-owner Tommy Murphy on the playing fields. Tommy, who played football for Baltinglass, Wicklow and Leinster, is the only man in […]

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Sixty years of veterinary excellence

26 Jan , 2015  

Old Church Veterinary Hospital has been delivering quality veterinary care to farm animals and pets in the Donegal region for six decades. Established in Ballyshannon in 1954, the practice also has branch Clinics in Donegal Town and Grange, Co. Sligo as well as a newly-opened veterinary supplies outlet in Grange. Nowadays, Gerard Gilligan and Nicholas […]

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