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Campsie Veterinary Centre moves to new premises

Vets Kieran Corry and Cathal McNamee pictured outside the new premises for Campsie Veterinary Centre which has recently moved to a purpose built facility for small animal care in Killyclogher.

Vets Kieran Corry and Cathal McNamee pictured outside the new premises for Campsie Veterinary Centre which has recently moved to a purpose built facility for small animal care in Killyclogher.

Campsie Veterinary Centre, which is jointly owned by Cathal McNamee, John Cassidy and Aidan O’Neill, was based at 2 Retreat Avenue, Omagh for 25 years and have moved into its new premises in Killyclogher just last week.

Speaking about the clinic, Cathal McNamee said, “This is a modern, up to date hospital facility for small animal care and treatment, the only purpose built one of its kind in this area. “We are an eight vet practice, and our new vet, Kieran Corry, who will be the lead small animal clinic working alongside Ann Walsh, comes with a raft of experience working in vet hospitals in Dublin and Birmingham, and will allow us to provide many new procedures and services.”

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Turning his attention to the new facilities, Cathal continued, “We are now able to provide separate dog and cat waiting areas, three consulting rooms, two new large operating theatres, a digital x-ray and Ultrasound suite, in house laboratory, separate cattery and under floor heated dog kennels. We have three vet nurses within the team and on site accommodation for vet staff. It’s purpose built on one level with full disabled access and parking.”

To celebrate the new opening, Campsie Veterinary Centre are hosting a fun day on Saturday from 11am until 3pm in the new premises at 25 Knocknamoe Road, Killyclogher. Bring the family and your pet along and enjoy a day of balloon modeling, face painting, a mini zoo, a tour of the new clinic, a bouncy castle and refreshments. Dog microchipping is also being offered free of charge and free goodies, spot prizes and lots more will also be up for grabs.

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