Treaty Veterinary Clinic, Shannon is made up of a small, friendly team of veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses who make the care of your pet their priority.
John qualified from University College Dublin in 1982. He established this practice in the 1986 and moved to these purpose-built premises in 1996.
John has lectured extensively at University of Limerick, in particular on Canine Husbandry and Equine Science (B.Eq.Sc). He has been nominated on a number of occasions for the Stronghold Pet Care Award. His particular interest is in canine and feline medicine and the injuries of the racing greyhound.
Áine qualified from University College Dublin in 2006. She is originally from Co. Mayo where she worked in a mixed practice for one year after qualifying. Áine then worked in a small animal hospital in England for one year where she developed a keen interest in small animal work before joining Treaty Veterinary Clinic in 2009.
Áine has proven to be a valuable asset to our team and enjoys clinical medicine in dogs, cats and small furry exotics as well as ultrasonography.
Áine lives in Nenagh with her husband, Eamon and their two dogs and two cats, Cusco, Suzie, Izzie and Blitz and their new additions Loretta and Rita, their hens! In her spare time Áine enjoys walking and reading.
Lauren, originally from Connersville, Indiana, moved to Ireland in 2013 with her partner, Matt. Lauren joined Treaty Veterinary Clinic in September 2014, and has proved a great asset to our team!
Lauren graduated from Purdue University with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 2012. She also has a very keen interest in chiropractics and also has a Post Graduate qualification in Veterinary Spinal Manipulative Therapy. Lauren also has a keen interest in orthopaedic surgery and plans on furthering her education in this field.
Lauren has two dogs, a spaniel named Isolt and a pointer named Maud. In her spare time, Lauren enjoys the outdoors, swimming and travel.
Tracy qualified in 1995 from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, London, whilst working in Earlswood Veterinary Hospital, Belfast. She joined our practice in October 1996 and since her arrival she has proved to be an invaluable asset. She is always available to discuss problems with clients. She is a qualified Pet Health Counsellor with a special interest in dietary management and the care of geriatric patients.
Tracy conducts Weight and After 8 clinics. She also has a keen interest in laboratory work.
Karen qualified as a veterinary nurse from University College Dublin in 2006. Karen carried out her three years of training in Treaty Veterinary clinic.
She has spent some time travelling and six months working in one of the largest veterinary hospitals in Australia where she gained valuable experience in surgical nursing.
Karen since returning to Treaty Veterinary Clinic has completed a two year Post-graduate Diploma in Veterinary Physiotherapy from Harper Adams University College in the UK allowing us to have physiotherapy on-site to complement our orthopaedic patients' treatments. Karen also completed an ABC accredited certificate in Small Animal Hydrotherapy in 2013
In her spare time Karen enjoys horse riding and spending time with her four dogs Lucy, Toby, Teddy and Leisha and her two cats, Jacob and Puck, all of which have been rescued through her work here at the clinic and some of whom have already benefited from her physiotherapy.
Amie qualified as a veterinary nurse from Athlone Institute of Technology in 2008 and joined our nursing team in 2009.
Amie has a keen interest in surgical nursing and anaesthesia.
In her spare time Amie enjoys following Gaelic football, swimming and spending time with her many rescued animals at home including her two cats, Maci and Ebony! Amie also has a particular interest in caring for retired and injured greyhounds.
Caroline joined Treaty Veterinary Clinic in 2007 where she began her practical Veterinary Nursing training and carried out her studies in St. John's Central College, Cork and qualified with distinction in 2011.
Caroline has a keen interest in medical nursing and also enjoys playing a huge role in the rehabilitation of sick and injured stray animals. In her spare time Caroline enjoys hill walking and spending time with her four rescued dogs, Buddy, Loughie, Louis and Matilda.
Sarah, originally from Galway, qualified from Dundalk Institute of Technology in 2012 with a degree in Vet Nursing. Sarah joined our team in November 2013.
She has a keen interest in inpatient care and neonatal care and has been involved in the hand rearing of many stray kittens! Sarah loves to get home at the weekends to spend time with her three cats Lily, Koren and Axel!