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Vets to follow on Instagram

In recent weeks, we asked you to select your favourite Instagram accounts which post veterinary-related content. This list features candidates from across the world in no particular order.

  • Tommy Heffernan – Tommy provides an insight into how he juggles family life and veterinary consultancy.
  • Gerard McGovern – The Cavan-based vet shares the “adventures of a large animal vet” through a series of photos and videos.
  • Hazell Mullins – The Cork-based vet provides an insight into a day in the life of an Irish animal vet, capturing “cows, travel, case studies, farming, greyhounds” with “the odd touch of glam”.
  • Richard Ryan – The Kilkenny native, grew up on a suckler and dairy farm, worked in the UK and Canada after qualifying before joining Thomastown Veterinary Clinic.
  • Jane Alexander – The UCD graduate worked in two local practices after graduating before she moved to Uganda with her husband, where she works as a vet.
  • John Fitzpatrick – The 30-year-old joined Fairgreen Veterinary Centre eight years ago and is now a joint-owner. The UCD graduate, who grew up on a suckler farm, shares small and large animal-related content on his account.
  • Dr Oisín Tracey – The UCD graduate, an emergency vet in Perth, Australia, is also known as ‘Pawsome Doctor’.
  • Dr. Cody Creelman – A vet and digital storyteller, who creates videos and podcasts, based in Alberta, Canada. He has recently created a unique programme that provides farmers with “actionable information, protocols and health systems to improve production and reduce costs”.
  • Barbara Beci – The large animal vet is currently based in Thailand, but also lives and works between Slovenia and Belgium.
  • Tom Searle – Based in Cardiff, Tom spends time “getting cows in-calve and calves out of cows” but can also “be found in the kitchen”.
  • Dr. Jennifer – The large animal veterinary is also a fitness enthusiast, make-up junkie and mother-of-two.
  • The Derbyshire Vet – This account strives to provide an insight into “life as a mixed veterinary surgeon in Derbyshire, UK”.
  • Ruth – Captures life as a mixed practice vet in the Highlands of Scotland.
  • The Veterinary Hospital Wexford – Find out about what life is like in a “busy, mixed” veterinary hospital in Wexford.
  • Marketvell Vets – Harry and Margaux Markwell showcase their lives as equine and large animal surgeons vets;
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