Who else could care for your pet like the team at Nutgrove Veterinary Hospital?

“With advanced qualifications, years of experience and an unquestionable commitment to animal care, the team here at Nutgrove Veterinary Hospital provide an unrivalled service and it’s our pleasure to introduce them to you.”

William Hayden and Tom Mullany

William Hayden

William Hayden

Veterinary Surgeon

Originally from Wicklow, William qualified from UCD in 1984, and initially worked in small animal practices in England and Australia, before returning to Ireland to work in a mixed practice. After setting up practice with Tom in 1992 he gained the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Certificate in Radiology in 1996 and is currently one of only a handful of vets in the country to have this qualification. His current interests lie mainly in ultrasound radiology and endoscopy, in which he takes referral cases from other practices.

William enjoys karate in his free time and is an avid supporter of Ballinteer St John’s GAA club.

Tom Mullany

Tom Mullany

Veterinary Surgeon

Tom is from Dublin and graduated from UCD in 1984. He worked in a farm practice for two years before moving to England to work in a small animal practice. In 1989 he spent a short time as a visiting lecturer in the University of Lusaka in Zambia. In 1992 he established Nutgrove Veterinary Hospital with William, and in 1999 became the first vet practicing in Ireland to be awarded the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Certificate in Veterinary Cardiology. Outside of work, Tom’s passion is Ballyboden Saint Enda’s GAA club.
Charlotte Rossor

Charlotte Rossor

Veterinary Surgeon

Originally from England, Charlotte studied at Edinburgh University before graduating in 2008. She worked initially in a mixed practice in Yorkshire before moving to a small animal practice in Suffolk. Since then she has completed a Masters in Biomedical Science and worked in a busy small animal practice in Glasgow. She is currently studying towards a certificate in small animal general practice. Charlotte owns two cats, Rupert and Lancelot, who will both be making the move to Dublin soon. In her spare time she enjoys long distance running and surfing.
Michelle Dawson

Michelle Dawson

Veterinary Nurse

Michelle grew up in Swords, Co. Dublin and graduated in 2011 from the Athlone Institute of Technology. She joined the Nutgrove team in December 2012. Michelle has a cat called Frederick and a dog called Holly and loves spending time with them. In her spare time she enjoys catching up with her friends, and horse-riding.
Brenna Magee

Brenna Magee

Veterinary Nurse

Brenna is originally from Auckland in New Zealand and joined the team here at Nutgrove in October. Brenna obtained her Veterinary Nursing qualification from Unitec in Auckland in November 2012. She has a black cat called Pepsi who lives back home in New Zealand. Brenna likes to play football, lacrosse and netball in her spare time.

Jennifer Connolly

Jennifer Connolly

Veterinary Nurse

Jennifer is originally from Galway and obtained her qualification in Veterinary Nursing from Dundalk Institute of Technology in 2013. She joined the Nutgrove team in May 2014. Jennifer has two dogs Fido (miniature schnauzer) and Charlie (terrier) whom she rescued.

 

In her spare time she enjoys socialising with friends and travelling when she gets the chance.

Aoife Walshe

Aoife Walshe

Veterinary Nurse

Aoife is from Wexford and gained her Veterinary Nursing qualification from Dundalk Institute of Technology in 2012, before going on to get her honours degree in Practice Management in 2013. She joined the Nutgrove team in October 2013, and takes pride in taking care of our diagnostic equipment and maintaining our new video-endoscopy suite.

At home Aoife has 4 dogs, 3 cats and 3 horses! In her spare time she enjoys horse riding and playing basketball for the New Ross Sparks.

Roisin Hargadon

Roisin Hargadon

Veterinary Nurse

Roisin originates from county Sligo and qualified from St John’s in Cork in 2013 before joining the Nutgrove team later that year. She is responsible for ensuring the smooth running of out theatre equipment, including our wide range of surgical instruments, our anaesthetic facilities and fluid delivery systems which are similar to those regularly used in human hospital wards.

 

Roisin has a Maine Coon cat named Nidge and in her spare time she likes to socialise with friends and travel the world (she is just back from a trip to Thailand!)

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Nutgrove Veterinary Hospital
173 Nutgrove Avenue
Dublin
Ireland

t: 01-2951202

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