Mission Statement

We aim to treat each pet as if it were our own and treat our clients as family. We are a dedicated small animal practice and our clients and patients are the heart of this: you are the reason we are here. We endeavour to deliver not only the best veterinary medicine for your pet, but also care, compassion and support for you. Through education and investment in training & facilities we strive to provide the best possible care of your pet.

 

 

 

Grey Abbey Small Animal Hospital was opened as a sister practice to Grey Abbey Equine Hospital in 1999.  We are a modern purpose built practice complete with the most up to date equipment and facilities. Our team of experienced veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses and receptionists will ensure you feel relaxed and reassured when coming in with your pet.  We pride ourselves on being a friendly and knowledgeable team as we strive to provide the best possible care for your companion animal. Here at Grey Abbey we understand the importance of your pet and how they become part of the family. Therefore from clipping nails to orthopaedic surgery we are always at hand to provide for you and your animals.

Welcome to Grey Abbey Veterinary Hospital

Meet the team

Sarah Martin

Head Veterinary Surgeon

Kerry Stewart-Greene

Veterinary Surgeon

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Sandra Conlon

Veterinary Surgeon

Eleanor Wauchob MVB MRCVS

Veterinary Surgeon

Eleanor grew up on a sheep farm in Co. Tyrone. From a young age she knew she wanted to be a vet and pursued her dream by qualifying as a vet from UCD.  After graduating Eleanor worked in mixed and small animal practice in England and Australia.  Returning to Ireland in 1993, Eleanor has been working exclusively in small animal practice. Eleanor enjoys building up of relationship with her clients and their pets with her love of animals, compassion and her sense of humour. Eleanors professional interests include soft tissue surgery, dermatology and radiology. Eleanor shares a home with her husband, son and daughter, 2 dogs, 3 cats, 5 hens and a hamster. When not working Eleanor can be found on the side of a rugby pitch, or tacking up a pony.  Her own interests include horse-riding, music, yoga and is an aspirational golfer.

Patricia O'Meara RVN

Head Veterinary Nurse

Patricia qualified from the University College Dublin in 2006 with a diploma in veterinary nursing and she also obtained a green certificate in 2007. While completing her training as a vet nurse Patricia worked in a small animal hospital in Sligo. After graduating she then worked in a well established Equine Hospital for 6 years before joining Grey Abbey in early 2012 and returning to her first love, small animals. Patricia grew up surrounded by animals as she comes from a farming background and this is where she got her love for animals. In her spare time Patricia loves to ride her horse and walk her two dogs.

Georgina Gleeson RVN

Veterinary Nurse

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Emma O'Toole RVN

Veterinary Nurse

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Sharon Walshe 

Reception

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Bryan Buckley

Reception

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Jacqueline Murphy

Animal Care Assistant

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