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.
Eamon Walsh M.V.B
Eamon qualified as a Vet from UCD in 1997. He has worked in mixed and small animal practices in both Cork and the UK and has also spent time working in the Donkey Sanctuary. His area of special interest is key-hole surgery and Eamon pioneered the first laparoscopic neutering in Ireland in 2011. Eamon has also acquired 2 rescue dogs named Jessie and Bella and has recently adopted a stray kitten called Wendy.
Aine Considine RVN
Aine graduated from UCD with a diploma in veterinary nursing in 2010, a native of Co Clare, Aine has worked in Clare, Limerick, Cork and Dublin over the past 11 years in both large and small animal practices.
Aine moved to Killarney and joined our team in Allcare in July 2016. In her spare time she likes walking in the national park, watching rugby, reading and going home to Clare. She has two dogs – Tia a Retriever and Dalmatian cross Carrie. She recently acquired a 3 legged kitten called Indi since her move to Killarney
Francesca Eyers RVN
Fran moved to Ireland from the UK 8 years ago and spent the first few years here volunteering with animal rescue groups. During her volunteer time she has fostered both cats and dogs and even the occasional rabbit!
Her home has become a refuge for “difficult to rehome” animals and she now has numerous cats and dogs, a rabbit, a guinea pig, fish and even a pony! She qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2016 from St Johns College Cork, and joined our team in September 2016. Fran loves her job and is passionate about the welfare and care of our patients. She is pictured here with Rosie one of her rescue cats.
Daisy Heneghan RVN
Daisy joined the Allcare Veterinary Centre in September 2017 after moving to Kerry from the UK. She was previously working in a small animal practice in Nottinghamshire, which she joined in 2010 and went on to graduate from Bottle Green Training with a diploma in veterinary nursing in 2016.
Daisy brought her English Bull Terrier, Nox and two cats, Vlad and Aura with her when she moved and has recently acquired a stray kitten called Niffler since being with us. In her spare time, Daisy enjoys taking Nox out for walks, reading, films and watching the rugby.