Glen Veterinary

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Our multidisciplinary team consists of seven vets, three registered veterinary nurses, and eight support staff. Kieran O'Mahony MVB joined Ireland's oldest veterinary practice in Tipperary in 1998.

Established in 1904 by Alan Baker, a Trinity College graduate, the practice began at Lismacue House, Bansha, later taken over by his son, William. Eventually, the business relocated to Main Street, Bansha, and then to Blind Street, Tipperary, where it operated for nearly three decades.

Dog grooming Guideline Prices

  • Small Dog €40
  • Medium Dog €50
  • Large Dog €70
  • Giant Dog €80


  • 24 Hour Emergency Service
  • Blood Test
  • Dog Food
  • Dog Grooming
  • Large Animal Vet
  • Microchipping
  • Neuter
  • Nutrition
  • Pet Passport
  • Vaccinations
Address: Bansha Road, Tipperary Town, e34 w973, Tipperary

Opening Hours

Closed Now
Day Opening Time Closing Time
Monday 08:30 18:30
Tuesday 08:30 18:30
Wednesday 08:30 18:30
Thursday 08:30 18:30
Friday 08:30 18:30
Saturday 09:00 16:00
Sunday Closed Closed

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