Introducing Our Practice Team
Everyone at our practice is committed to providing you with the very best in pet healthcare. Our veterinary team bring a wealth of experience to the practice and have individually obtained high standards of professional qualification.
- Kieran Doyle
- MVB MRCVS
Kieran, a local from Killowen, graduated from UCD in Dublin in 1996. He worked in mixed animal practice in Castlewellan for 2 years. He then travelled to Australia and New Zealand, where he worked for 6 months. He returned home in 1999 to work in this practice, eventually buying it over and renaming it Clanrye Veterinary Clinic.
- Brian Doyle
- BVM&S MRCVS
Brian graduated from Edinburgh University in 2000. He then worked in mixed practice in Fermanagh before returning to Newry . He became practice partner with his brother Kieran in 2005.
- Danielle Fogarty
- MVB MRCVS BAgrSc (Animal Scienec) MSC (Wildlife Conservation & Management)
Danielle (our Dublin vet) joined our practice in October 2016 and has settled in very well. She started her studies with an Agricultural degree in Animal science, she then went on to do a masters in wildlife conservation & medicine. More recently she studied Veterinary medicine in the UCD were she gained a MVB. Danielle likes everything weird and wonderful with her biggest interest being exotics and wildlife. She works in Phoenix Park in Dublin tagging and sampling deers every summer. She enjoys travelling, volunteering and likes a challenge in life. Danielle previously spent time living in Indonesia as a research assistant, volunteered in a wildlife park in Australia. She also has a mini zoo at home but her closest companion is Chloe her 13 year old Westie who can usually be found close by!
- Caitlin McAnulty
- BVM&S MRCVS
Caitlin is from the Northeast of Scotland and graduated from Edinburgh in 2013. She has experience in a farm and small animal practice and spent time working in the Northwest of Ireland. She also has a keen interest in small animal medicine cases and geriatric cats. Outside of work she likes to explore the outdoors and the beech with her 2 rescue dogs Penny and Maisie.
- Eoghan McAnulty
- MVB MRCVS
- Jordan McCracken
- BVMS MRCVS
Jordan graduated from Glasgow University in 2016 & joined the team here in July 2016. She enjoys the diverse range of work with mixed practice but has a particular interest in surgery. In her spare time she enjoys playing hockey, and relaxing with a good cup of tea
- Michelle Megaw
- CertVNECC RVN
Michelle became a qualified nurse in 1999 and joined our team in february 2012. She has previously worked in a busy referral clinic in Belfast and a dedicated out of hours emergency clinic where she obtained her emergency and critical care certificate in 2011. She enjoys all aspects of vet nursing, especially running nurse clinics in the practice. When not working, Michelle is kept busy by her two young children, her rescue dog Bella, and her 7 cats. She still finds time to enjoy doing some pet sitting.
- Rebecca Newell
Rebecca graduated from Conventry University in 2014 and joined our practice in late 2014. She grew up on a family farm were she cared for animals big and small. She enjoys all aspects of Veterinary Nursing but particularly enjoys the intensive nursing side as it is very rewarding to see patients restored to full health. In her spare time she enjoys the outdoors with her four dogs, caring for her pet Herdwick lamb â€˜Beckyâ€™ and her two cats.
- Nial Martin
Niall graduated from DKIT in 2011. He has experience in nursing with both large and small animals. He has a keen interest in surgical nursing, especially in the areas of anaesthesia and dentistry. outside of work he loves the outdoors, running and road cycling.
- Hanna Skillen
- Veterinary Nursing Assistant
Hannah is our student Veterinary nurse and has been with us since 2014! She is currently in her final year at Greenmount college and studying hard for important exams. She has always had a love for animals and a keen interest when it comes to nursing patients back to health. Hannah has various animals but is especially close to her beloved Springer Spaniels!
- Karen Carlisle
- Senior Administrator
Karen has been part of Clanrye Veterinary Clinic since 1999, so is well known by our clients! Karen takes on many roles within the practice, from answering the phones at reception to stock ordering and accounts. She is a busy mother of two girls so always has her hands full! when she gets free time she is often found at the gym or out for a run.
- Eva Murphy
Eva joined Clanrye in january 2012. She deals with both large and small animal clients. When not working, Eva likes attending the gym and is kept busy by her two children.
- Geraldine Hillen