Rathfriland

Veterinary
Clinic

Dedicated to quality care

Every member of our team has
a passion for animals, and is
committed to providing
the best care
for your pet.

Rebecca
Cousins

I’ve been working in the Vet Clinic for 38 years. I manage the practice on a daily basis. I’m married with 3 children and 5 grandchildren.
I live in Annalong in the country. I own a dog, 10 hens and my husband has a small flock of pedigree Dorset sheep.

Sharon
Fee

I grew up on a suckler farm with dogs, cats and ponies. I always wanted to work with animals. I worked at the Riding Centre before joining Rathfriland Vet Clinic in 1990.
When I first started, my main job would have been going out on the farms with the vets to the TB tests, but as the practice has grown, I am mainly indoors now, doing the nursing, sorting out the orders and other general duties.
There is never a dull moment and always something to be done.
I now live locally with my husband, 2 dogs and a cat.

Ruth
McKee

I have worked in Rathfriland Veterinary Clinic since August 1995 as a receptionist/secretary. I have two grown up sons, and fitness is my hobby, eg. running, cycling and aerobic classes. My claim to fame is completing three marathons with fundraising for Newry Hospice.

Seannine
Hanna

I started here in September 2004 as a 17 year old doing level 2 NVQ Animal Care for two years and I have been here ever since. I do jobs around the clinic and go out on TB tests where I do the book work. It involves being out in all weather, but it’s great.
I do lots inside such as cleaning different rooms, floors and general cleanup.
I love dogs and cats and all animals. I currently have 5
dogs and 11 cats, plus 2 goats.

Emma 
Miller

I started to work at the clinic in November 2012. I studied in Greenmount doing my ANA, Animal Nursing Assistant course then I went to Lisburn and did my Animal Nursing Course.
My role in the Veterinary Clinic consists of going to Warrenpoint on a Monday and Tuesday morning, helping the vet with operations, cleaning and tidying up after surgery, and discharging animals. I do the same on a Thursday morning in Rathfriland. The rest of my time I do office work such as writing up vets calls, advising clients about their animals the best I can.
I really enjoy my work as I have a lot of time.

Emma 
Miller

I started to work at the clinic in November 2012. I studied in Greenmount doing my ANA, Animal Nursing Assistant course then I went to Lisburn and did my Animal Nursing Course.
My role in the Veterinary Clinic consists of going to Warrenpoint on a Monday and Tuesday morning, helping the vet with operations, cleaning and tidying up after surgery, and discharging animals. I do the same on a Thursday morning in Rathfriland. The rest of my time I do office work such as writing up vets calls, advising clients about their animals the best I can.
I really enjoy my work as I have a lot of time.

Emma 
Miller

I started to work at the clinic in November 2012. I studied in Greenmount doing my ANA, Animal Nursing Assistant course then I went to Lisburn and did my Animal Nursing Course.
My role in the Veterinary Clinic consists of going to Warrenpoint on a Monday and Tuesday morning, helping the vet with operations, cleaning and tidying up after surgery, and discharging animals. I do the same on a Thursday morning in Rathfriland. The rest of my time I do office work such as writing up vets calls, advising clients about their animals the best I can.
I really enjoy my work as I have a lot of time.

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Phone
028 4063 0385

Office Hours:

Mon - Fri
9:00 - 18:00

Saturday
9:00 - 13:00

Surgery times:

Mon - Fri
9:00 - 9:30
14:00 - 14:30
17:30 - 18:00

Saturday
9:00 - 9:30

Bank holidays
Phone for times

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