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Barna and Moycullen Veterinary is an all-female small animal practice. They have two branches – one in Barna and one in Moycullen. They have a large range of pets who come to see them for a wide range of reasons – hamsters to Great Danes, kittens to terrapins, elderly dogs to parrots and even rabbits to snakes!
A major conference for veterinary practitioners aimed at stimulating debate about the opportunities for developing their businesses in the current recession will be held in the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris, on Wednesday October 27.
It is not too late for people who may be at risk of catching the flu to get the flu vaccine from their local GP, Dep Noel Treacy has pointed out this week. The east Galway TD has urged anyone at risk of contracting flu to get the vaccine as soon as possible.
The veterinary surgery at McHale Road, Castlebar has been providing a veterinary service in Castlebar for more than 30 years.
Welcoming the declaration of Brucellosis-free status in Ireland by the Agriculture Minister, Mayo Fine Gael TD John O' Mahony said this is a great result of years of disease control effort by everyone involved in producing quality beef. Deputy O’Mahony said the €9 million saved in disease control costs should be invested in young farmers’ installation aid.
Mayo SPCA is appealing this week for homes for Tiger, little Henry and Lassie, just a small sample of animals in its care.
Mayo Fianna Fáil Senator and Government spokesperson on agriculture in Seanad Éireann John Carty has welcomed the confirmation this week that the EU Commission has approved Ireland’s application for official brucellosis-free status.
As children headed back to school this week, parents in the west are becoming increasingly concerned about the threat of swine flu.
An “unprecedented” number of businesses in Galway and Mayo have signed up to attend a swine flu seminar in the city next week.
Younger people, those with an underlying illness, pregnant women and people who are obese are the groups who are likely to become most seriously ill and among whom most deaths may be recorded from swine flu, a local health expert revealed this week.