Michelle & Hazell are joined by Charles Cosgrave, Managing Director at Village Vets a family run business since the 1970's starting with his Dad, to a 15 branch group of companion animal practices in Dublin and Meath.
Michelle & Hazell are delighted to be joined by Martin Kavanagh for this episode.
Martin is a qualified Veterinarian, Cow Signals® Master trainer and Herd Performance Consultant. He is based in Southern Ireland and has worked both on the island of Ireland and internationally in the animal health and agri-business sectors for the last 27 years.
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Vet Space Ireland have teamed up with the Dept. of Ag to talk about their up coming campaign Animal Health & AMR Awareness Week 2021. Michelle & Hazell are joined by Damien Barrett and Caroline Garvan to discuss all the events coming up for the week starting 18th November 2021. We discuss personal encounters with AMR, emerging diseases and much more..
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Hazell & Michelle chatted with Meta Osborne, a Kildare native and equine vet with a special interest in reproduction.
Meta is also a former Senior Steward of the Turf Club and and is a board member of Horse Racing Ireland. She is a past President of the Irish Veterinary Association and of the Veterinary Council of Ireland.
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We are joined by Tommy Heffernan on this episode of Clinical Bites to discuss all things microbes. Tommy explains what microbes are, the role of microbes and the new product Precision Microbes.
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Michelle & Hazell have taken a break from the pod waves for a month so they catch up with what's going on with them, Vet Space and what's to look forward to in the coming season.
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Michelle & Hazell chat with Gemma O Donoghue of PetScan. From starting out as an equine vet to developing her passion for small animal medicine.
Gemma qualified as a veterinary surgeon with honours in 2007 from University College Dublin. She then worked in a number of busy primary care and referral hospitals in London for 7 years. She concurrently studied for four postgraduate certificates at Masters level in Small Animal Medicine, Cardiology, Feline Medicine and Diagnostic Imaging.
Gemma is a member of the Veterinary Cardiovascular Society, British Small Animal Veterinary Society and International Society of Feline Medicine.
Michelle & Hazell chat to vet nurse Paula this week. After studying anthropology, then a masters in primates, Paula went on to become a vet nurse and has been in practice for 14 years, she also has further qualifications in feline nursing. Paula currently focuses on social media marketing, and her new business Vet Scents.
Michelle & Hazell chat with Donal Cape, companion animal vet and partner at Dublin Bay Vets a brilliant new start up vet practice in north county Dublin. Donal qualified from UCD in 2009 to take up a large animal position in the mountains and green fields of Co Tyrone – working in a mixed practice in Cookstown. From there, he travelled to Australia and spent five years travelling and working as a large and small animal vet around the country. He returned to Ireland in 2016, when he took a job in Lucan attending to the local cats, dogs and other pets.