We are a mixed animal practice in Cornwall, first established in 1976. We are passionate about animal care and our skilled team of veterinarians and vet nurses are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for your animals. Because we love animals and strive to provide excellent continuity of care, we are open six days a week and have access to 24-hour emergency care.
After graduating from University Colledge Dublin, Cathal joined the practice 1999 and became a practice partner in 2004. His main clinical areas of interest are herd fertility, production diseases and and small animal medicine. Cathal is married with three children, if he finds any spare time he likes to spend it playing football and any left-over energy is taken up exercising his very enthusiastic Pug, Pob.
Kieran Corry MVB MRCVS
Head Small Animal Clinician
Kieran is our full time lead small animal clinician. He graduated with first class honours degree from UCD in 2005 with a class prize in small animal medicine. After three years working in mixed practice, Kieran moved to a large hospital in Birmingham where he developed his skills in advanced orthopaedic and soft tissue surgery. He then opted to commute to Dublin to consult at Anicare where he worked for over six years. Kieran is married with two children and a menagerie of ever growing rescue animals, including two dogs, a cat, four guinea pigs, hens, ducks, guinea fowl and a stick insect.
Ann Walsh MVB MRCVS
Senior Small Animal Clinician
Ann graduated from University College Dublin in 1996 and spent the early part of her career working in mixed practice. She soon discovered that small animals were her love and after working at small animal hospitals in England came to Campsie Vets to become the senior small animal clinician. Ann enjoys all aspects of small animal practice, particularly medicine. Outside of work she enjoys walking her dogs, cooking and gardening.
John Cassidy MVB MRCVS
John graduated in 1994 from University College Dublin. He joined the practice in 1998 after spending his early working life in Strabane, and in 2002 became a partner in the practice. John is married with three children and somehow manages to find some free time to farm at home as well.
His interests include equine medicine and small animal orthopaedics. John is also the practice principal for the veterinary nursing training programme.
Aidan O'Neill MVB MRCVS
Aidan joined the practice after he qualified from University College Dublin in 1995. He became a practice partner in 2002, and has a special interest in large animal surgery and small animal ophthalmology. Aidan is kept busy in his leisure time with the family farm of Limousin Cattle.
Chloe Acheson BVMS MRCVS
Chloe is from Omagh and graduated in July 2015 from the University of Glasgow. She has a keen interest in all aspects of mixed practice, specifically within bovine and small animal medicine. Outside of work Chloe enjoys travelling, cooking and taking her dog Lily for runs in the forest.
Jennie McMullan MVB MRCVS
Originally from Killinchy, County Down, Jennie graduated from the University of Glasgow in July 2014. She then spent 18 months working in mixed practice in Garvagh, where she developed an enthusiasm for all the challenges of working in a busy mixed practice. Outside work she enjoys cooking, or preferably getting taken out for dinner, kayaking and hiking with her two rescue dogs, Dougal and Nessie.