Danny O’Sullivan M.V.B. M.R. C.V.S.

Danny has been working as a vet since 1983 and is proud to say that he still loves his job, which comes with his love of animals and his enjoyment in meeting his patients owners many of whom have become firm friends over the years. He enjoys communicating with people and is a strong animal welfare advocate which he has been promoting in his role as “Danny the Vet on Radio Kerry” over the years educating the public on responsible pet ownership. Danny also attends veterinary courses to update his knowledge in this rapidly evolving field and the practice is a registered training hospital for trainee nurses and vets.


Lindsey Edwards M.V.B

Lindsey joined the practice in 2012 having worked in mixed large and small practices in the counties of Cork and Kerry since she graduated from U.C.D. in 2007. She has been interested in pain management and care of long term conditions such as arthritis since she began her career. Lindsey is also a Certified Veterinary Chiropractor and has a keen interest in football and greyhounds.


Niamh Delaney

Niamh joined us in November 2012. She studied Veterinary Nursing in Bicton College of Agriculture in Devon. She worked in Small Animal Clinics in Dublin for 9 years. Previous to this Niamh Volunteered at the Blue Cross Clinic in Dublin. When not in work her two dogs “Gertie” and “Lillie” keep her busy!


Femke Bot

Irish Veterinary Nurse of the year 2014 (Irish Veterinary Nurses Association). Femke has been working with us since 2005 and loves dealing with the clients and their pets, many of whom nominated her for her I.V.N.A award for her caring and compassionate care shown toward their pets. Her studies began in 2001 when she studied Animal Care and Veterinary Nursing in Cork and then continued her studies in the U.K. qualifying in 2004. She worked for a year in a large well equipped practice in Stoke-on-Trent in the U.K. and returned home with two new furry additions to the family.