Gilabbey Veterinary Referral Hospital

A dedicated Small Animal Veterinary Referral Practice
based at Vicars Road, Togher, Cork, Ireland – Home of RTE’s The Pet Surgeons

Gilabbey Vet Hospital

Home of RTE’s The Pet Surgeons

Hydrotherapy

Surgeons

Home of RTE’s The Pet Surgeons

Exotics

Ophthalmology

Companion Animals

Veterinary Hospital Ultrasound

Diagnostic Services

Ultrasound, Endoscopy, Fluoroscopy, MRI Scanner, Radiology, Laboratory Services

Diagnostic Services

Veterinary Hospital Soft Tissue Surgery

Specialist Surgery

Soft Tissue Surgery, Orthopaedics, Arthroscopy, Spinal Surgery, Respiratory Surgery, Laprascopic Spays (Lap Spay or keyhole surgery).

Specialist Surgery

Veterinary Hospital Ophthalmology

Specialist Procedures

Ophthalmology, Neurology, Cardiology, Chemotherapy, Dermatology, Physiotherapy, Oncology

Specialist Procedures

Consultations by Appointment - 24 Hour Emergency Service - Tel: 021 4962799.

We provide a 24 hour emergency veterinary care service to our clients.
We do not have over-night nursing staff to care for admitted patients.
However, we can arrange over-night care for critically ill cases, but only with prior
arrangement with their owner. There is a fee for this service.

Gilabbey Veterinary Hospital welcomes you

A dedicated Small Animal Veterinary Referral Practice based at
Vicars Road, Togher, Cork, Ireland.

Gilabbey Veterinary Hospital was founded in 1957 by Mr. Liam Guerin. Our award winning staff are committed to providing the highest level of care to their patients and owners. We endeavour to provide our patients with first class veterinary care, along with having a friendly approachable, honest, sympathetic and respectful manner. The welfare of our pets is always our foremost thought.

We provide this by investing and believing in our team. Our veterinary surgeons have national and international reputations. Our staff invest heavily in continuing education as well as offering continual education to other members of the veterinary profession, in order that we may keep right up to date in our fields of expertise.

Our philosophy motivates continual improvement by learning, sharing and growing, both as individuals and as a team.

We can be distinguished from our competition as all our clients benefit from the fact that we are a referral veterinary hospital. Our standards are never compromised, as we aim to treat our patients as though they were our own pets.

Gilabbey Veterinary Hospital was recently featured in RTE’s The Pet Surgeons where the cameras rolled for about six months. The six part series showcased the many aspects of the hospital and followed some very interesting cases. Some of the promotional videos can be viewed to the right.

"She's a family member… A lot of people will understand, a lot won't" Find out how poor Molly gets on this Tuesday night in #PetSurgeons RTÉ One 8.30pm…

Posted by RTÉ One on Saturday, September 24, 2016

 

The Pet Surgeons – Episode 2

Sneaky peak at episode 2 of The Pet Surgeons. We've pigeons, pups and a San Pellegrino drinking labrador Frankie. More videos to follow next week.

Posted by GMarshTV Productions on Friday, September 9, 2016

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Due to the red alert weather warning Gilabbey veterinary hospital is closed today.
We will reopen Tuesday morning
In case of genuine emergency contact 0214962799.
Stay indoors and keep your pets with you.
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**** Some safety tips to keep your pets safe as hurricane Ophelia approaches ****

•Keep your animals indoors during bad weather, supply cats with litter trays and lead walk dogs outside to go to the toilet.
• Check that your animals are micro-chipped (details must be up to date) and that they are wearing an ID tag and collar.
• Ensure vaccinations are up to date, river water can increase the spread of disease, flood water may be contaminated.
• If you have animals usually kept outside, make sure they have a secure shelter, food and water at all times.
• If you have rabbit hutches outside bring them in to a shed or garage, strong winds may bring down trees, outdoor hutches are at risk of being hit by debris and of flooding.
• In case of a veterinary emergency call 0214962799
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Small Animal Physiotherapy Assistant

Small animal physiotherapy assistant required to join our rehabilitation team at Cork Canine Rehabilitation Centre. Ideal candidate must have good animal handling skills, be interested in animal health, and good communication skills. Candidate will be required to...

Receptionist

Receptionist (up to 30 hours per week) required for our busy small animal and referral practice. You will be joining a team of 4 other receptionists and training will be provided. Suitable candidates should have some or all of the following attributes and skills: A...

Part-Time Veterinary Surgeon

Gilabbey Veterinary Hospital has an immediate vacancy for a part-time veterinary surgeon to help with the on-call and weekend rota. Very flexible terms of employment and a very manageable rota is on offer for the right candidate. Email CV and cover letter...

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