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Oran Veterinary Clinic

Unit 7B Oran Busniness Park,, Oranmore, Ireland



Oran Veterinary Clinic, Oranmore, Galway provides a full range of health care services for your pet. Your Pet is our priority and with this in mind the clinic is manned by experienced vets and offers the most up to date facilities to provide a safe enviro



If you recognise this dog found in Oranmore -Please Phone Marcin 0866072742

***Missing from Ardrahan area since end of February*** Please phone 091788270 if you have seen him.

**An injured tabby cat has been dropped in to the clinic this morning, found staggering across the road in Kilcolgan area, please contact the clinic if you are missing a short-haired tabby**

We would like to notify our clients that we are closed both Saturday 17th and Monday 19th of March. Happy Paddy's Day :-)

Update Due to on-going extreme weather conditions, the clinic will remain closed today and reopen tomorrow as normal if weather permits. Please keep all pets inside and warm during this weather and keep safe everyone. There is emergency only vet covering 24 hours for the clinic, please ring 091788270 if required. Thanks

A frightened black & white collie has been spotted running around one of the fields adjacent to the Deerpark industrial estate. Please share incase someone is missing a pet in the area.

******RETURNED******* *BlackNose is missing from Oranmore village* He is wearing a blue collar and has very distinctive markings on his face, he is a young male and is neutered. If you spot him, please phone the clinic on 091 788270. Thank you.

Dogs missing from Ballybane since Friday 16th February- please phone the clinic on 091 788 270 if you have any information, thank you.

Is anyone missing a pet bird?? This little guy flew onto a lady's windowsill in the Oranmore area & tried to get inside! He looks like a finch, looks well nourished and cared for, her neighbour is currently looking after him. If you recognise him please phone the clinic on 091 788270. Thank you!

Hi everyone, Bev from The Hogsprickle is our main wildlife rehabilitation person - she takes the majority of our injured wildlife and nurses them back to health and is a mine of information. We have been asked to share this on her behalf. Thanks for taking the time to read it :-) The Hogsprickle is a not-for-profit wildlife rescue and rehabilitation unit that supports hedgehogs and other native Irish wildlife from across the country. While it started off as primarily an intensive care hospital and recovery centre for hedgehogs, the Hogsprickle increasingly cares for more and more types of Irish wildlife. Some of the patients that have found shelter, help and emergency care at the hospital include foxes, badgers, pine martins, shrews, hedgehogs, and many, many different types of bird. The Hogsprickle is delighted to announce the start of our ‘Unite for Irish Wildlife’ campaign. We are looking for 200 big-hearted, kind vets, animal stores and individuals to donate €10 each (or any amount that you can donate) to help us to support injured, sick, orphaned or distressed Irish wildlife. The Hogsprickle is a completely voluntary organisation – created and run by award winning veterinary nurse and wildlife rehabilitator, Bev Truss (a woman with the biggest heart in the world!!). Bev relies on a small group of dedicated volunteers to help transport the casualties from all around the country. Take a look at some of the pictures from our gallery below to see some of the many patients under Bev’s care this year. But the Hogsprickle has hit a crisis and we need your help! The cages that are currently being used are no longer fit for purpose (the picture on the left below). They are too bulky, difficult to clean and seriously limit the number of casualties that the Hogsprickle can cope with. In 2017, Bev had to close the hospital to new admissions on three occasions as it was already packed to capacity – casualties had to be redirected to centres at the other side of the country. In order to ensure that this doesn’t happen again in 2018 and to be able to continue this really important work, the Hogsprickle needs a serious upgrade! This is where you can help! Bev has sourced amazing new sustainable recovery cages for the Hogsprickle’s smaller patients (the picture on the right below). These will cost approximately €2000 to fit out the recovery unit at the Hogsprickle. So, we need your help! If we can get 200 people or businesses to donate just €10 each (or any amount that you can donate! Every euro helps!) we can reach our target and be able to help even more Irish wildlife in 2018.

Sharing for a client whose own cat is a little stressed at the prospect of a new roommate!: This gorgeous cuddly girlie "Leah" is looking for a home, approx 5 months old, playful and also content to sit in your lap for cuddles. Has lived with a sheepdog so is fine in that regard. She looks to play with the other cat in the house, but unfortunately he gets stressed with this and so the owner would like her to be re-homed to a more suitable household. If you can offer this beauty a home please phone the clinic on 091788270. Thank you!😊

Sharing for a client, if you have seen Ernie please phone the clinic on 091 788270, thank you.: Please can you share my post on your page please f possible: Missing From Oranisland Oranmore! I think someone has taken him in and is feeding him possibly. Please keep an eye out for him! He’s Male kitty all black except for a tuff of white hair on his chest. His name is Ernie!!!!! He is MUCH LOVED and MISSED. He’s neutered but not microchipped. He’s just over 2 years old! Please share this in ORANMORE. I MUST FIND HIM PLEASE. Thanks Dudley